The Large Marsh Pink (Sabbatia dodecandra (Linnaeus) Brit-ton, Sterns & Poggenberg), (figure XXIV) has eight to twelve corolla segments, and is occasionally found in the salt marshes along the coast, but more rarely than the other two species.

The Common Rose Pink or Bitterbloom (Sabbatia angular is (Linnaeus) Pursh), with square stems, opposite branches, and ovate, clasping leaves, is usually found in thickets and damp, grassy places in southern, central and western New York and southward.

Figure XXIV Large Marsh Pink (Sabbatia dodecandra (Linnaeus) Britton, Sterns and Poggenberg)

Figure XXIV Large Marsh Pink (Sabbatia dodecandra (Linnaeus) Britton, Sterns and Poggenberg)