The flowers are grouped under their most conspicuous colors, the ones the novice would be most apt to call them. As far as possible the smallest flowers are placed first in each section.

White As The Chief Flower-Color

False Spikenard. - Tiny; clustered............. 49

False Solomon's Seal. - 3 leaves on stalk........ 51

Meadow Rue. - Filmy cluster; 3-lobed leaves.... 123

Sundew. - Raceme; leaves hairy, basal.......... 147

Saxifrage. - Cluster; 5 petals; basal leaves..... 149

Mitrewort. - Raceme; 5 petals, crystal-like...... 151

Foam Flower. - Feathery spike; leaves basal... 151

Meadowsweet. - Spire-like cluster .............. 153

White Clover. - Triple leaves; round heads...... 175

Ginseng. - Umbel; 3 compound leaves........... 227

Wild Carrot - Flat cluster; divided leaves...... 229

Catnip. - Small clusters; aromatic.............. 293

Rattlesnake Plantain. - Tubular, spiked ........ 95

Ladies' Tresses. - Spiral spike;" tubular......... 95

Checkerberry. - Tubular, pendent; evergreen.... 247

Partridge Berry. - In pairs, 4-lobed.............. 325

Violet. - 5 petals, lower large, veined........... 215

Star-of-Bethlehem. - Umbel; grasslike leaves.... 67

Dutchman's Breeches. - 2 sac-like spurs......... 139

Squirrel Corn. - Tubular, heart-shaped.......... 139

Tooth wort. - 4 petals; 2 compound leaves...... 141

Star Flower. - Above whorl of leaves........... 259

Bladder Campion. - 5 petals; inflated calyx...... 109

Evening Lychnis. - 5 notched petals............ 109

Anemone. - 5-6 sepals; delicate low herbs....... 125

Pipsissewa. - Cluster; 5 waxy petals............ 233

Shinleaf. - Raceme; 5 waxy petals ............ 235

Indian Pipe. - Cold, clammy white; no green.... 235

Turtle-head. - Tubular, 2-lipped; spiked......... 307

Cornel. - 4-parted involucre. Low herb......... 231

Bloodroot. - Solitary; 6-10 petals ............... 135

Mandrake. - Solitary; 6 petals; large leaves...133

Fringed Orchis. - Showy spike; lip fringed..... 85

Trillium. - 3 petals, 3 sepals; 3 leaves.......... 65

Arrow-heads. - Aquatic; 3 petals ............... 23

Water Arum. - Aquatic; large white spathe..... 27

Grass of Parnassus. - 5 petals, green-veined..... 149

Azalea. - Shrub; tubular, 5 spreading lobes..... 237

Laurel. - Clustered, Saucer-shaped; shrub ...... 243

Atamasco Lily. - Erect, 6-parted; solitary....... 67

Lady's Slipper. - Large, white, slipper-shaped......77

Dogwood. - Shrub or tree; 4-parted involucre.... 231

Water Lily. - Floating, numerous petals........ 117

Blue As The Chief Flower-Color

Bluets. - Tiny, 4-lobed; white, blue - tipped .....325

Toadflax. - Spurred, hooded, tiny lip ............305

Forget-me-not. - 5 petals, yellow center .........285

Day Flower. - 2 petals; delicate; spathed...... 31

Pickerel-weed - Aquatic; showy spike............ 33

Mud Plantain. - Aquatic; kidney-shaped leaf..... 33

Fringed Gentian - 4 spreading, fringed lobes.....267

Bugloss - Leafy racemes; tubular, 5 lobes......287

Lobelia - Leafy spike; 3-lobed lip ...............335