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Consists of leafy rosettes and two to four pairs of stem leaves.
A clump-forming plant with rough leaves and thistle-like reddish-purple flowers.
Other names: Common knapweed, Hard-heads, Paintbrush.
Pale pink flowers form a dense spike at the end of the flowering stem.
Other names: Easter ledges, Pudding dock.
A small annual with toothed leaves.
A large member of the buttercup family.
A tall plant with finely toothed leaves.
Perennial with erect and ascending stems.
A northern perennial with shallowly lobed palmate leaves.
A robust low-growing perennial.
Other names: King cup, May-blobs
A climbing perennial.
Frothy white flowers on tall red stems.
Tall stems bearing large purple thistle flowers.
Tall stems with spoon shaped leaves.
Other names: Dog daisy, Moon daisy.
A small, delicate plant indicative of undisturbed ground.
A common tufted perennial.