This group includes N.O. Caryo-phyllaceae, and forms the class Decandria.

No.

Botanical Name.

Common Name.

Season.

Situation.

Structure and Habit.

117

Monotropa .

Bird's-nest .

July-Aug.

Woods . .

Stem scaly, succulent, yellow racemes.

118

Pyrola . . .

Winter-green

June-Sept.

Woods . .

White racemes. Several species.

119

Andromeda .

Wild Rosemary

June-Aug.

Bogs . .

Shrubby, less than a foot, leaves glaucous below.

120

Arbutus . .

Strawberry tree

Sept.-Oct.

Ireland.

Shrub, fruit like strawberry in winter.

121

Saxifraga .

Saxifrage . .

May-Aug.

Various.

Many species, chiefly mountainous.

122

Chrysosplenium

Golden Sax. .

April-July

Marshes

Yellow. 2 species, leaves opposite or alternate.

123

Saponaria.

Soapwort . .

July-Sept.

Hedges. .

1 to 2 feet, rose coloured, glabrous.

I24

Dianthus .

Pink . . .

June-Sept.

Banks .

Pink or rose. Half a dozen species.

125

Stellaria .

Stitchwort

May-Aug.

Hedges. .

Straggling plants, white flowers. Several species.

126

Silene . . .

Catchfly . .

June-July

Fields . .

Often viscid, catching insects. Several species.

127

Lychnis .

Campion . .

May-July

Hedges. .

Rose or white, the latter fragrant at night.

128

Cerastium

Mouse-ear

April-Aug.

Banks . .

Diffuse, small white flowers. Several species.

I29

Oxalis .

Wood sorrel .

April-June

Banks . .

Delicate rose colour, acid, trefoil leaves.

130

Cotyledon

Pennywort .

June-Aug.

Walls . .

Fleshy, simple stem, pendulous creamy bloom.

Fig. 27.  Wood Anemone.

Fig. 27. -Wood Anemone.

Fig. 28.   Enchanter's Nightshade (Circaea, Group i).

Fig. 28. - Enchanter's Nightshade (Circaea, Group i).

Fig. 29.   Musk Mallow (see Group xviii).

Fig. 29. - Musk Mallow (see Group xviii).

Fig. 30.   Dandelion in Fruit.

Fig. 30. - Dandelion in Fruit.