Field Office Illustrated Guide to Plant Species
USDA-Soil Conservation Service - Aquatic plants
Includes 300 Southern wetland vascular plants, excluding most species that are true aquatics. For each entry there is an illustration and a color photograph of the plant, the flowering time, description, geographical distribution map and habitat description.
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1/2 inch long 1/2 inches wide Achenes Alternate April-May Field Marks Asteraceae axils Bark base bayheads bogs Borne in spikelets bottomlands bracts branched brown Capsules clusters crowded cymes Cyperaceae Drupes dry soils ellipsoid elliptic elongated Fabaceae Family female flowers borne Field Marks flatwoods Fruits Grass Poaceae gray green greenish Habit Habitat hairs inch in diameter Johnswort July-October Field Marks July-September Field Marks lanceolate leaf stalks leaflets leaves lobes Low pinelands Low woods lower surface Male and female May-June Field Marks Notes oblong obovate Ovary inferior Ovary superior ovate ovoid panicles Perennial herb Petals pinelands Pistils plant Poaceae pointed prairies purple racemes rhizomes rounded savannas seeds Sepals Shrub simple slender smooth or hairy sometimes sparsely hairy species spherical spikelets spikes Stamens Stems stream banks subtended swamps tapering teeth thickets toothed toothless tree trunk diameter tube Twigs umbels unbranched united to form upper surface Upright usually smooth woody vine yellow