Butter-and-Eggs Linaria vulgaris is a European introduction that thrives in dry fields and waste places. Butter-and-Eggs, also called Toadflax, has yellow 2-lipped, spurred flowers with an orange path that leads insects to the nectar. White flower. Yellow flower
Butter-and-Eggs Linaria vulgaris is a European introduction that thrives in dry fields and waste places. Butter-and-Eggs, also called Toadflax, has yellow 2-lipped, spurred flowers with an orange path that leads insects to the nectar. White flower. Yellow flower
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Mustard Garlic Alliaria petiolata broad heart-shaped or kidney-shaped leaves, coarse, rounded teeth, petite flowers, onion or garlic odour, and slender pods that contain the seeds.
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White Baneberry The shiny white berries of Actaea pachypoda each of which has a black dot at the blossom end, are poisonous. So is the entire plant.
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Skunk Cabbage Flower Symplocarpus foetidus As the name implies, it smells, but is edible if properly prepared over the long term. The leaves appear after the flower. green brown purple
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Skunk Cabbage Flower Symplocarpus foetidus As the name implies, it smells, but is edible if properly prepared over the long term. The leaves appear after the flower. green brown purple.
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Skunk Cabbage Flower Symplocarpus foetidus As the name implies, it smells, but is edible if properly prepared over the long term. The leaves appear after the flower. green brown purple.
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Butter and Eggs Linaria vulgaris A little humor
Bulrush Green 2869 B -
Bulrush Scirpus
Bull Thistle 07033 CR1 -
Bull Thistle Cirsium vulgare Pink The young leaves of Thistles are edible cooked or raw. the young stems are also edible.
Bugleweed D 7 00188 A -
Bugleweed Ajuga reptans has hairy stems. It may remind one of mint but is not recommended as an edible.
Cinquefoil Rough Fruited 05253 W -
Rough-fruited Cinquefoil Potentilla recta is hairy and has pale yellow notched flowers 1/2 – 1″
Indian Cucumber Root 06691 C scr -
Indian Cucumber Root Medeola virginiana is rare in most areas and should not be disturbed. The fruit is a small purple or blue berry. Yellow flower
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Indian Cucumber Root Medeola virginiana is rare in most areas and should not be disturbed. The fruit is a small purple or blue berry. Yellow flower
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Indian Cucumber Root Medeola virginiana is rare in most areas and should not be disturbed. The fruit is a small purple or blue berry. Yellow flower
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Indian Cucumber Root Medeola virginiana is rare in most areas and should not be disturbed. The fruit is a small purple or blue berry. Yellow flower
Periwinkle 0080 CR scr -
Periwinkle, also called Myrtle Vinca minor a creeping ground cover, has petals that form a pinwheel effect and a star in the center.
Soloman Seal False 0279 scr -
False Solomons Seal Racemosa similacina has a cluster of white flowers at the tip of the plant. The young shoots are edible raw or cooked.
Beechdrops 07092 scr -
Beechdrops Epifagus virginiana is a parasitic pant that grows under beech trees. it can be in shades of purple, brown, red or yellow.
Yellow Sweet Clover Melilotus officinalis 074 scr 1 -
Yellow Sweet Clover Melilotus officinalis The nectar of the flowers attracts many kinds of insects.
Azalea Pink Pinxter Flower 06611 D -
Pink Azalea : Pinxter-Flower Rhododendron nudiflorum A deciduous shrub with nearly odorless flowers.
Solomons Seal 0553 AW scr -
Solomons Seal Polygonatum biflorum has pairs of greenish yellow flowers hanging from the leaf axis and produce blue black berries that are inedible but the roots can be cooked like potatoes.
Anemone Canada C 2W -
Canada Anemone Anemone canadensis blooms in late spring and spread from caudices and underground rhizomes .
Bachelors Button 05457 C scr -
Bachelors-Button Centaurea cyanusis is usually bright blue but can also be pink or white.
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Periwinkle, also called Myrtle Vinca minor a creeping ground cover, has petals that form a pinwheel effect and a star in the center. violet purple
Money Plant Silver Dollars Lunaria annua 7D 05 06 2013 05258 -
Money Plant : Silver Dollar Plant Lunaria annua An introduced species. violet, blue flowers, purple.
Avens White Geum canadense 0290 CA -
White Avens Geum canadense
Autumn olive Japanese silverberry Eleganus umbellata D7 01262 -
Japanese silverberry : Autumn Olive Eleganus-umbellata is indigenous to eastern Asia. It fixes atmospheric nitrogen in its roots. It often grows vigorously and competitively in infertile soils. Eleganus-umbellata
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Sessile Trillium : Toadshade Trillium sessile though not a native of New Jersey, it is included because it grows across the river, in Pennsylvania, and at the Delaware Water Gap
Mulberry White 3 scr -
Mulberry Morus alba A tree with blackberry-like fruit that can be eaten fresh as jelly or made into a cold drink. Do not eat unripe fruit.
Solomons Seal False 1366 A scr -
False Solomons Seal Racemosa similacina has a cluster of white flowers at the tip of the plant. Spots on berry.
Evening Lychnis 3W scr -
Evening Lychnis : White Campion : White Cockle Silene latifolia (Formerly Lychnis alba) flowers are white and the female flowers usually have 5 styles.
Fleabane Common 2WRW scr -
Common Fleabane Erigeron philadelphicus
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Bull Thistle Cirsium vulgare Pink
Wineberry 06796 ARW scr e1513630808545 -
Wineberry Rubus phoenicolasius The ripe, edible berries are closely related to raspberries, but much more tart. It usually ripens in late July in the area of the Delaware Water Gap. This plant has white flowers.
Speedwell Persian Veronica persicaiolet scr 0127 e1511890926252 -
Speedwell-Persian-Veronica-persicaiolet
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Trumpet Creeper Campsis radicans is a climbing woody vine growing from New Jersey, south. The berries are poisonous.
Mallow Hibiscus Hybrid 049 scr -
Mallow Hibiscus Hybrid
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Indian Strawberry Duchesnea indica Fruit is not edible. Yellow flower.
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Indian Strawberry Duchesnea indica Fruit is not edible. Yellow flower.
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Gill Over the Ground : Ground Ivy Glechoma hederacea
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Cleavers Galium aparine has many common names including clivers, “bort”, bedstraw, goosegrass, catchweed, stickyweed.
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Bee on Bee Balm
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Virgins Bower : also known as devil’s darning needles, devil’s hair, love vine. Clematis virginiana is an aggressively growing vine which can climb to heights of 10-20 feet by twisting leafstalks. It is a native plant.
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Venus-Looking-Glass Specularia perfoliata violet, blue flowers, purple Pink
Bellflower Tall 1644 CR e1511895386583 -
Tall Bellflower Campanula americana flowers are 5 lobed and flat. They are not bell-shaped like other bellflowers. The style is long, curving, and protruding.
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Velvet Leaf Abutilon theophrasti is an alien plant in the Mallow family. Velvet-leaf seeds are reportedly edible. Considered a noxious weed that grows in cultivated land, especially corn fields
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Staghorn Sumac Rhus typhina The branches are hairy.
Spring Beauty, Claytonia virginica
Spring Beauty Claytonia virginica is white or pink flower with dark veins growing in moist woods. It has an edible corm (tuber) that is boiled like potatoes, but can be a lot of work and little to eat.
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Solomons Seal Polygonatum biflorum has pairs of greenish yellow flowers hanging from the leaf axis and produce blue black berries
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False Solomons Seal Racemosa similacina has a cluster of white flowers at the tip of the plant.
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Serviceberry Amelanchier spp
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Seedbox Ludwigia alternifolia is mostly wetland plant that may remind one of Evening Primrose. Seeds rattle in squarish seedpod
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Scarlet Pimpernel Anagallis arvensis Flowers can be scarlet, orange, white or even blue.
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Great Ragweed Ambrosia trifida Growing up to 15 feet tall it is a major cause of hayfever.
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Queen Anns Lace : Wild Carrot Daucus carota has a white floret and a whitish edible root that smells and tastes like carrot. Garden carrots that go wild can have whitish roots. USE CAUTION : Hemlock and Water Hemlock, both deadly, can be mistaken for Wild Carrot. Positively identify ALL wild edibles before eating. white flower
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Purple Deadnettle Lamium purpureum An invasive species
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Pokeweed : Inkberry Phytolacca americana A large leaved plant with white flowers and deep purple to black berries.
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Pokeweed : Inkberry Phytolacca americana A large leaved plant with white flowers and deep purple to black berries.
Nightshade Bittersweet 5A e1513631188148 -
Bittersweet Nightshade : Climbing Nightshade Solanum dulcamara The egg-shaped red berries from this weak vine are toxic.
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Common Nettle Urtica dioica, often called stinging nettle or nettle leaf, is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant that produces a stinging sensation when contacted by humans and other animals
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Horse Nettle Solanum carolinense has pale lavender or white flowers that are star shaped. The yellow anthers look to me like tiny bananas. This plant is toxic and is not a true nettle. It is in the nightshade family.
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Multiflora Rose Rosa multiflora An invasive species in the rose family.
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Moth Mullein Verbascum blattaria This is the white variety of but more commonly it is yellow. The stamens resemble the antennae of a moth.
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Moth Mullein Verbascum blattaria This is the yellow variety of Moth Mullein but also comes in white. The stamens resemble the antennae of a moth.
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Moss Phlox, also called Moss Pink Phlox subulata has deeply notched petals and needlelike leaves. pink violet white
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Square-Stemmed Monkeyflower Mimulus ringens The flowers of the blue to purple Monkeyflower rise on long stalks in the leaf axis. blue violet purple
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Common Milkweed Asclepias syriaca
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Common Milkweed Asclepias syriaca
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Mayapple Podophyllum peltatum has umbrella like leaves with a single white waxy flower that grows from the fork of the leaf stalk. The ripe fruit is edible. The European Mandrake is not related.
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Mayapple Fruit Podophyllum peltatum has umbrella like leaves with a single white waxy flower that grows from the fork of the leaf stalk. The ripe fruit is edible. The European Mandrake is not related.
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Mayapple Flower Podophyllum peltatum has umbrella like leaves with a single white waxy flower that grows from the fork of the leaf stalk. The ripe fruit is edible. The European Mandrake is not related.
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Crimson-eyed Rose Mallow Hibiscus palustris is the white varity of of the Swamp Rose-Mallow which is pink. Edible parts of this plant can be prepared in different ways.
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Lesser Celandine Ranunculus ficaria has heart shaped leaves with 8-12 glossy petals.
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Spotted Knapweed Centaurea maculosa flowers are pink, purple, or white
Jimsomweed 21 1024x683 e1512331723517 -
Jimsomweed Datura stramonium A poisonous alien with tubular flowers and spiny seedpods. white flower
Jewelweed 04581 1024x683 e1513645826894 -
Jewelweed Impatiens pallida Spotted Touch-Me-Not Said to be a cure for poison ivy when leaves are rubbed on infected area. Yellow orange flower
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Jack-in-the-Pulpit Arisaema stewardsonii A flap or hood covers the club-shaped spadix growing beneath large leaves. The fruit is a clump of shiny red berries. The corm ( root ) is small but edible only if prepared correctly but it takes many months.
Iris Yellow 04937 A 2 766x1024 e1513645950936 -
Yellow Iris Iris pseudacorus A European garden escape that has gone wild.
Hyacinth Wild 012721 683x1024 e1513645976421 -
Wild Hyacinth Camassia scilloides
Honeysuckle Trumpet 1431 AA1 1024x683 e1513646015378 -
Trumpet Honeysuckle Lonicera, sempervirens has long, tubular red flowers. orange
Holly Winterberry Ilex verticillita -
Winterberry Holly Ilex verticillita
Hog Peanut 07130 B 1024x675 e1513646123517 -
Hog Peanut Amphicarpa bracteata seeds are produced above and below ground lilac, pink, red
Goatsbeard Yellow 2704 RI 1024x683 e1513646143281 -
Yellow Goatsbeard Tragopogon pratensis Yellow flowers with long pointed green bracts followed by seedballs that resemble large dandelions.
Geranium Siberian 05723 A 1024x711 e1513646202931 -
Siberian Geranium Geranium sibiricum L. Pink
Garlic Field 3006 CW 799x1024 e1513646222739 -
Field Garlic Allium vineale has long, narrow leaves usually growing in bunches, hollow leaves, and small underground bulbs.
Everlasting Pea 05246 C1 1024x722 e1513646242220 -
Everlasting Pea Lathyrus latifolius is a alien with white, pink, or blue flowers. It can climb adjacent vegetation or fencing by means of its twining tendrils.
Evening Lychnis 50014 CZ 1024x747 e1513646264385 -
Evening Lychnis : White Campion : White Cockle Silene latifolia (Formerly Lychnis alba) flowers are white and the female flowers usually have 5 styles.
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Dwarf Ginseng Panex quinquefolium has small white flowers above three stalked leaves divided into three. The small round tuber is edible but recommended only for survival or when found in great abundance.
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Flowering Dogwood Cornus florida grows up to 40 feet. It is recognizable by its bark ( thats a pun – get it ), and clusters of red berries.

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