Wild Flowers of Sleepy Hollow LakeCommon Names of Wild Flowers of Sleepy Hollow Lake
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Table of Contents of Common Names of Wild Flowers of Sleepy Hollow Lake

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Foxglove Beardtongue

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Jack in the Pulpit

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Thistle, Canada

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Day Lily

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Blue-eyed Grass

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Violet, Confederate

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St. Johnswort, Common

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Vetch-Hairy

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Clover, Rabbit-Foot

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Sunflower, Wild

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Aster, New England

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Turtlehead

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Orange Coneflower

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Indian Tobacco

Common Names

Adder's Tongues
Ajuga
American Mint
Anemone, Canada
Anemone, Rue
Aster, New England
Aster, White Wood
Avens, White
Avens, Yellow
Baneberry
Bachelor's Button (Knapweed)
Bedstraw, White
Bellwort, Perfoliate
Bergamot, Wild
Bindweed, Hedge
Birdsfoot Trefoil
Birdsfoot Trefoil, Orange
Bittersweet Nightshade
Bird's Nest (Queen Anne's Lace)
Black-eyed Susan
Black-eyed Susan, Hairy
Bladder Campion
Bloodroot
Blue-eyed Grass
Blue Flag Iris
Boneset
Bruisewort (Daisy)
Bugle or Bugleweed (see Ajuga)
Bur-Cucumber
Burdock, Common
Butter and Eggs
Buttercup
Buttercup, Kidneyleaf (Crowfoot, Small-flowered)
Campion, Bladder
Canada Anemone
Canada Mayflower
Canada Thistle
Canadian Lily-of-the-valley (Canada Mayflower)
Canadian May-lily (Canada Mayflower)
Celandine
Chickweed, Common
Chicory
Chicory, White
Chives, Wild
Cinquefoil, Common
Cinquefoil, Rough
Cinquefoil, Rough-Fruited
Clover, Alsike
Clover, Hop
Clover, Rabbit-Foot
Clover, Red
Clover, White
Clover, White Sweet
Clover, Yellow Sweet
Coltsfoot
Columbine
Columbine, Shortspur
Common Mallow
Common Mountain Mint
Coneflower, Green-Headed
Coneflower, Orange
Coneflower, Yellow (Black-eyed Susan)
Cow Vetch
Creeping Charley (Ground Ivy)
Crowfoot, Small-flowered
Crown Vetch
Cucumber, bur
Daisy
Dame's Rocket
Dame's Violet (Dame's Rocket)
Dandelion
Day Lily
Deptford Pink
Devil's Paintbrush (Hawkweed, Orange)
Dock, Curled
Dogtooth Violet (Adder's Tongues)
Evening Primrose
False Lily-of-the-valley (Canada Mayflower)
False Solomon's Seal
Fawn Lily (Adder's Tongues)
Fleabane
Forget-me-not
Foxglove Beardtongue
Garlic, Field
Garlic Mustard
Geranium, Wild
Gill-Over-the-Ground (Ground Ivy)
Goldenrod, Blue-Stemmed
Goldenrod, Canada
Goldenrod, Hard-leaved
Goldenrod, Showy
Goldenrod, Woodland
Goldenrod, Wreath
Greek Valerian
Ground Ivy
Hairy Vetch
Hawkweed, Few-leaved
Hawkweed, Mouse-ear
Hawkweed, Orange
Haymaids (Ground Ivy)
Healall
Hedge Bindweed
Helleborine
Hemlock, Water
Herb Robert
Horse-Nettle
Indian Hemp
Indian Tobacco
Indian Turnip (Jack-in-the-Pulpit)
Iris - Blue Flag
Iris, Yellow
Jack in the Pulpit
Jewel Weed (Spotted Touch-Me-Not)
Knapweed
Loosestrife, Purple
Loosestrife, whorled
Maiden Pink (Deptford Pink)
Mallow, Common
Meadow Rue, Tall
Merry Bells
Milfoil (Yarrow)
Milkweed
Mint, American
Mother-of-the-Evening (Dame's Rocket)
Mullein, Common
Nightshade
Orange Coneflower
Ox-eye Daisy (Daisy)
Parsnip, Wild
Pussytoes, Plantain-leaved
Queen Anne's Lace
Ragweed, Common
Red Clover
Robert Geranium (Herb Robert)
Rock Bell (Columbine)
Rue Anemone
St. Johnswort, Common
St. Johnswort, Dwarf
Sarsaparilla, Wild
Saxifrage, Early
Scarlet Pimpernel
Selfheal (Healall)
Slender Speedwell
Soapwort
Solomon's Plume (Solomon's Seal, False)
Solomon's Seal, False
Solomon's Seal, Hairy
Sow-Thistle, Common
Spotted Cowbane (Water Hemlock)
Spotted Touch-Me-Not
Springbeauties or Spring Beauties
Star Thistle (Knapweed)
Strawberry, Wild
Sunflower, Wild
Sweet Rocket (Dame's Rocket)
Teasel, Purple
Teasel, White
Thistle, Canada
Thistle, Bull
Thistle, Star (Knapweed)
Thistle, Tall
Tick Trefoil, Pointed-leaf
Toadflax, Yellow (Butter and Eggs)
Trout Lily (Adderstongue)
Turtlehead
Vetch-Cow
Vetch, Crown
Vetch-Hairy
Violet - Common
Violet, Confederate
Violet - White
Violet - Yellow
Virginia Mountain Mint
Water Hemlock
White Clover
Whorled Loosestrife
Wild Carrot (Queen Anne's Lace)
Wild Madder (White Bedstraw)
Wild Mint
Wild Morning Glory
Wild Parsnip
Wild Strawberry
Windflower (see Rue Anemone)
Winter Cress, Early
Woman's Tobacco (Pussytoes, Plantain-leaved)
Wood-Sorrel, Creeping
Wood-Sorrel, Yellow
Yarrow
Yellow Avens
Yellow Coneflower (Black-eyed Susan)
Yellow Daisy (Black-eyed Susan)
Yellow Iris
Yellow Rocket, Early (Winter Cress, Early)
Yellow Sweet Clover
Yellow Wood-Sorrel
(more to come)

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Spotted Touch-Me-Not

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Wood-Sorrel, Yellow

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Slender Speedwell

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Columbine

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Violet - Yellow

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Clover, Red

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Knapweed

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Dame's Rocket

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Coneflower, Green-Headed

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Herb Robert

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Water Hemlock

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Common Mallow

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