It is made up chiefly of the willow-herbs and heaths, with the milkwort.

No.

Botanical Name.

Common Name.

Season.

Situation.

Structure and Habit.

108

Oenothera

Ev. Primrose

July-Sept.

Shores . .

Stem erect, hairy, flowers large, yellow.

109

Epilobium

(Fig. 18)

Willow-herb

June-Aug.

Various. .

Long pods, which burst and show cottony seeds.

110

Chlora. . .

Yellow Wort.

June-Sept.

Fields . .

Yellow flowers, stem simple, glaucous.

III

Paris . . .

Herb Paris .

May-June

Woods . .

Solitary flower from a whorl of four leaves.

112

Adoxa. . .

Moschatel

April-May

Hedges. .

Five small green flowers in a head.

113

Daphne . .

Spurge Laurel

Feb.-April

Woods . . .

Shrub, fragrant yellow flowers, evergreen.

The milkwort is a little blue flower with curious blossoms found on heaths and hillsides. The different forms of heath and ling do not need description.