Not confined to woods, but taking kindly to any kind of soil. Northern Fox Grape (Vitis labrusca). Page 391. In thickets with dry or damp soil. Summer Grape. Pigeon Grape (V. aestivalis). Page 392. Also in thickets. St. Peter's-wort (Ascyrum stans). Page 185. In pine barrens. St. Andrew's Cross (A. hypericoides). Page 186. Wet pine barrens. Violet (Viola palmata). Page 322. Also in open, dry fields. Downy Yellow Violet (V. pubescens). Page 193. Canada Violet (V. canadensis). Page 373. Long-spurred Violet (V. rostrata). Page 322. Prickly Pear. Indian Fig (Opuntia vulgaris). Page 194.

Found also in sandy fields. (O. Rafinesquii). Page 194. Great Willow Herb (Epilobium angustifolium). Page 271.

Where light woods have been burned over and in recent clearings. Sweet Cicely (Osmorhiza Claytoni). Page 102. (O. longistylis). Page 102. Golden Alexanders (Zizia aurea). Page 198. I have found this pretty plant bordering woods paths, both on dry hillsides and in moist ground. It also may be found on the banks of rivers. (Taenidia integerrima). Page 197. Meadow Parsnip (Thaspium aureum). Page 197. Round-leaved Cornel (Cornus circinata). Page 405. White Alder (Clethra acuminata). Page 408. Prince's Pine. Pipsissewa (Chimaphila umbellata). Page 274. Spotted Wintergreen (C. maculata). Page 274. Shin Leaf (Pyrola elliptica). Page no. (P. americana). Page no.

Mountain Laurel. Calico Bush (Kalmia latifolia). Page 410.

Mountain Heath. (Phyllodice coerulea)

Family, Heath. A low, evergreen shrub whose stems are crowned with long, narrow leaves. Branches tipped with purplish bell-shaped flowers on long peduncles, single or in clusters. Found on high mountains in New Hampshire, Maine and northward, toward the latter part of summer.

Fetter Bush (Leucothoe recurva). Page 410.

Trailing Arbutus. Ground Laurel (Epigaea repens). Page no. Called also Mayflower. Mostly in pine woods.

Checkerberry. Creeping Wintergreen (Gaultheria procum-bens). Page 112. Light, sandy woods, especially pine woods.

Bearberry (Arctostaphylos Uva-ursi). Page 413. Often in pine woods.

Alpine Bearberry (A. alpina). Page 415.

Deerberry. Squaw Huckleberry (Vactinium stamineum). Page 415.

Low Sweet Blueberry. Early Sweet Blueberry (V. pennsyl-vanicum). Page 417.

Late Low Blueberry (V. vacillans). Page 417.

Flowering Moss. Pyxie (Pyxidanthera barbulata). Page 114. Pine barrens.

Galax (Galax aphylla). Of the same family as the Pyxie, the Diapensia, this evergreen herb sends up from a tuft of creeping rootstocks roundish, heart-shape, crenately toothed, thick leaves, which are much used for funeral wreaths. A spike of small, white flowers terminates a slender scape. Found southward, in open woods, from Virginia to Georgia.

Chickweed Wintergreen (Trientalis americana). Page 116.

Storax (Styrax grandifolia). Page 417.

(5. pulverulenta). Page 418. Pine barrens.

Stiff Gentian (Gentiana quinquefolia). Page 326.

Spreading Dogbane (Apocynum androsaemifolium). Page 446.

Four-leaved Milkweed (Asclepias quadrifolia). Page 284.

Whorled-leaved Milkweed (A. verticillata). Page 118.

Downy Phlox (Phlox pilosa). Page 285.

Ground Pink. Moss Pink (P. subulata). Page 285.

Greek Valerian (Polemonium reptans). Page 328.

Early Scorpion Grass (Myosotis virginica). Page no.

Gromwell (Litlwspermum Gmelini). Page 200.

False Gromwell (Onosmodium virginianum). Page 202.

Skullcap (Scutellaria nervosa). Page 335.

Giant Hyssop (Agastaclte nepetoides). Page 202.

(A. scrophulariaefolia). Page 337.

Lyre-leaved Sage (Salvia lyrata). Page 340.

(Blephilia ciliata). Page 341.

Wood Mint (B. hirsuta). Page 341.

Basil (Satureja vulgaris). Page 341.

Mount n Mint (Pycnanthemwm fllexuosum). Page 342.

(P. virginianum). Page 342.

(P. Torreyi). Page 342.

(P. incanum). Page 342.

(P. muticum). Page 342.

Dittany (Cunila origanoides). Page 123.

Figwort (Scrophularia marilandica). Page 347.

Yellow Gerardia (Gerardia pedicularia). Page 206.

Downy False Foxglove (G. flava). Page 206.

Smooth False Foxglove (G. virginica). Page 206.

Cow Wheat (Melampyrum lineare). Page 208.

Eyebright (Euphrasia Oakesii). Page 127.

Wood Betony. Common Lousewort (Pedicularis canadensis). Page 374.

Lopseed (Phyrma Leptostachya). Page 291.

Hairy Bedstraw (Galium pilosum). Page 351.

Rough Bedstraw (G. asprellum). Page 129.

Sweet-scented Bedstraw (G. triflorum). Page 36.

Partridge Berry (Mitchella repens). Page 129. Found especially in coniferous woods.

Bush Honeysuckle (Diervilla Lonicera). Page 435.

Hairy Honeysuckle (Lonicera hirsuta). Page 436.

Snowberry (Symphoricarpos racemosus). Page 421.

Dockmackie. Arrow-wood (Viburnum acerifolium). Page 422.

Downy Arrow-wood (V. pubescens). Page 422.

Red-berried Elder (Sambucus racemosa). Page 423.

Harebell. Bluebell (Campanula rotundifolia). Page 352.

Upland Boneset (Eupatorium sessilifolium). Page 132.

Vanilla Plant (Trilisa odoratissima). Page 294. Pine barrens of Virginia and southward.

Golden-rod (Solidago squarrosa). Page 214.

(S. caesia). Page 214.

(S. stricta). Page 218.

(S. speciosa). Page 216.

(S. arguta). Page 222.

(S. juncea). Page 220.

(S. fistulosa). Page 218.

(S. ulmifolia). Page 216.

Aster (Aster macrophyllus). Page 134.

(A. undulatus). Page 359.

White Heath Aster (A. ericoides). Page 134.

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

Ox-eye (Heliopsis helianthoides). Page 224.

Woodland Sunflower (Helianthus divaricatus). Page 230.

Blue Lettuce (Lactuca villasa). Page 370. Rattlesnake-weed (Hieracium venosum). Page 240. Panicled Hawkweed (H. paniculatiim). Page 240. Rough Hawkweed (H. scabrum). Page 240. Canada Hawkweed (H. canadense). Page 240.