This chapter is supplementary to the last. A few plants, not strictly roadside or field plants, those found, perhaps, on hillsides whose good soil has been washed away, along the edges of open woods or upon dry banks, are grouped here. No soil is too poor to support vegetable life. Mosses and lichens cover even rocks. The frostweed and orange grass seem to require little or no nitrogenous substance such as helps to make fertile soil.

Bear or Black Scrub Oak (Quercus ilicifolia). Page 382. Coast Joint weed (Polygonella articulata). Page 58. This often borders roadsides running through pine forests. Indian Chickweed (Mollugo verticillata). Page 62. In garden paths or along sandy banks of streams. Sand Spurrey (Spergularia rubra). Page 253. Pearlwort (Sagina decumbens). Page 62. Thyme-leaved Sandwort (Arcnaria scrpyllifolia). Page 04. Hedge Mustard (Sisymbrium officinale). Page 170. Dwarf Thorn (Crataegus tomentosa). Page 398. Low or Running Blackberry (Rubus canadensis). Page 399. Sand Blackberry (R. cuneifolius). Page 399. Low Bush Blackberry (R. trivialis). Page 399. Near the coast. Pasture Rose (Rosa humilis). Page 439.

Sand Cherry (Prunus pumila). Page 401. Also in Chapter XII (At The Seaside. Near The Coast). Wild Sensitive Plant (Cassia nictitans). Page 177. Rattle-box (Crotalaria sagittalis). Page 179. Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius). Page 430. Wild Lupine (Lupinus perennis). Page 313. Found often on the edges of dry, especially pine, woods. Hoary Pea. Goat's Rue. Catgut (Tephrosiavirginiana). Page

260. (T. spicata). Page 261. (T. hispidula). Page 261. Bush Clover (Lespedeza procumbens). Page 315. Near the coast. (L. violacea). Page 316. (L. Stuvei). Page 316.

(L. virginica). Page 316.

(L. capitata). Page 316.

(L. angustifolia). Page 316.

Pencil Flower (Stylosanlhes biflora). Page 180.

Blue Vetch (Vicia Cracca). Page 452.

Cranesbill (Geranium carolinianum). Page 262.

Seneca Snakeroot (Polygala Senega). Page 90.

Field Milkwort (P. sanguined). Page 264.

(P. Nuttallii). Page 319.

Flowering Spurge (Euphorbia corollata). Page 92.

Indian Mallow. Velvet Leaf (Abutilon Theophrasti). Page

185. (Sida spinosa). Page 185.

Shrubby St. John's-wort (Hypericum proliUcum). Page 430. (H. densiflorum). Page 430. In pine barrens. Canada St. John's-wort (H. canadense). Page 188. Orange Grass. Pineweed (H. gentianoides). Page 190. Frostweed (Helianthemum canadense). Page 192. (H. corymbosum). Page 193.

Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata). Page 405. Farkleberry (Vaccinium arboreum). Page 415. Whorled Loosestrife (Lysimachia quadrifolia). Page 198. Wild Morning Glory (Ipomoea hederacea). Page 448. Wild Potato-vine. Man-of-the-earth (7. pandurata). Page

419. Vervain (Verbena angustifolia). Page 331. False Pennyroyal (Isanthus brachiatus). Page 333. Small Skullcap (Scutellaria parvula). Page 335. Wild Bergamot (Monarda fistulosa). Page 121. Horse Mint (M. punctata). Page 202.

American Pennyroyal (Hedeoma pulegioides). Page 340. Creeping Thyme (Thymus Serpyllum). Page 342. Horse Nettle (Solanum carolinense). Page 344. Clammy Ground Cherry (Physalis heterophylla). Page 203. Blue Toadflax (Linaria canadensis). Page 346. Scarlet Painted Cup (Castilleja coccinea). Page 291. Yellow Rattle (Rhinanthus Crista-galli). Page 208. Black Haw (Viburnum prunifolium). Page 423. Venus's Looking-glass (Specularia perfoliata). Page 352. Bellflower (Campanula ranunculoides). Page 353. Hyssop-leaved Thorough wort (Eupatorium hyssopifolium).

Page 130. (Kuhnia eupatorioides). Page 132. Blazing Star (Liatris scariosa). Page 357. Golden-rod (Solidago hispida). Page 214. Slender-leaved Golden-rod (5. tcnuifolia). Page 222.

White-topped Aster (Seriocarpus asteroides). Pago 140.

(5. linifolius). Page 140.

Yellow Daisy. Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta). Page 226.

Yellow Thistle (Cirsium spinosissimum). Page 236.

Hairy Hawkweed (Huracium Gronovii). Page 240.