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Great Sacandaga Lake Wildflowers
Wildflowers blooming in May

Spring Beauty

Squirrel Corn

Trailing Arbutus

Dutchman’s Breeches

Sweet White Violet

Round-leaved violet

Pussytoes

Purple Trillium

Painted Trillium

Strawberry

Early Saxifrage

Leatherleaf

Bartram’s Serviceberry

Marsh Marigold

Bellwort

Blue Violet

Canada Honeysuckle

Toothwort

Kidneyleaf Buttercup

Goldthread

Witchhobble

Canada violet

Serviceberry

Dwarf Ginseng

Downy Yellow Violet

Red Cherry

Red Elderberry

Dandelion

Foamflower

Wildflowers blooming in June

Jack-in-the-Pulpit

Chokecherry

Solomon’s Plumes

Low Sweet Blueberry

Wild Sarsaparilla

Clintonia

Bog Rosemary

Bunchberry

White Baneberry

Canada Mayflower

Bog Laurel


Starflower

Black Chokeberry

Fringed Polygala

Labrador Tea

Three-Leaved False Solomon’s Seal

Nannyberry

Pink Lady’s Slipper

Indian Cucumber

Small Cranberry

Wild Raisin

Hooked Buttercup

Blue-Eyed Grass

Bush Honeysuckle

Common Cinquefoil

Sheep Laurel

Wood Sorrel

Tall Meadow Rue

Wild Iris

Black-Eyed- Susan

Wild Columbine

Red Clover

Cattail

Wild Lupin

Wild Geranium

Skunk Cabbage

Wildflowers blooming in July

Water Avens

Yarrow or Sneezewort
(White Rays, also Pink Rays!!!!!)

Common Milkweed

Indian Poke or False Hellebore

Purple Flowering Raspberry

Fireweed

Great Willow Herb

Cow Parsnip

Common Elder

Yellow Avens or Field Avens

Great Mullein

Meadowsweet

St. Johnswort (Hypericum perforatum)

Bull Thistle

Common Parsnip yellow

Day Lily (H. fulva)

Water Lily: Water Nymph

Maiden Pink (D. Deltoides)

Yellow Loosestrife (Lysmachia terrictris)

Canada Thistle

Early Goldenrod (S. juncea)

Loosestrife (in swamp) (Lysimachia stricta?)

Broad-leaved Arrow Head

Joe Pye Weed

Shinleaf

Daisy Fleabane

Lance-leaved Goldenrod

Hardhack: Steeple Bush
(S. tomentosa)

Chicory

Asparagus

Catnip

Blue Vervain

Bellflower
(C. rapunculoides, Linn)

Tansy
Bitter Buttons

Elecampane

Bouncing Bet

Weed (P. cordata)

Narrow-leaved Arrow Head

Ladies Tresses

Jewel-weed
Spotted Touch-me-not

Monkey Flower

Blue Aster
(A. sagittifolius)

Potato (Irish)

Lettuce
(L. interfrifolia)

Turtlehead
(C. glebra)

Water Parsnip

Golden Ragwort
Squaweed

Smaller Purple-fringed Orchis

Oxeye Daisy

Queen Anne's Lace

Dalibarda
(D. repens)

Fetid Currant

Pipsissewa or Princess Pine

Common Evening Primrose
(Oe. biennis?)

Bedstraw
(Galium triflorum)

Mad-dog Skullcap
(S. lateriflora)

White Aster
(A. acummatus and umbelatus)

Butter and Eggs

Bottle Gentian

Wild Cucumber

Wild Balsam Apple

Climbing false buckwheat

Bladderwort
(U. vulgaris)

Wildflowers blooming in August and September

Green Woodland Orchid

Meadowsweet

Pickerel Weed

Elliptical St. Johnswort

Sundews

Pondweed

Skullcap

Water Lobelia

Swamp Loosestrife

Steeplebush

Bog Goldenrod

Closed Gentian

 

Eel Grass

Bugleweed

Large-Leaved Goldenrod

Jointweed

Claspingleaf Pondweed

Water Milfoil

Rough Bedstraw

Northern Willow Herb

Joe Pye Weed

Marsh Bellflower

Water Smartweed

Mint

Swamp Beggars-Ticks

Goldenrods

Asters

 

Clearstem

Panicled Aster

Autumn Ladies’ Tresses

 

 

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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