Green, Brown, Orange Wildflowers New Jersey

Tall Horned Beaksedge Rhynchospora macrostachya Found in the New Jersey pine barrens brown Black Run Preserve

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Bushy Beardgrass : Bushy Bluestem : Broomsedge Andropogon glomeratus

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Great Ragweed Ambrosia trifida Growing up to 15 feet tall it is a major cause of hayfever. green

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Great Ragweed Ambrosia trifida Growing up to 15 feet tall it is a major cause of hayfever. green

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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. green purple brown

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Ground Pine Club Moss : Southern Ground Cedar Running-cedar Lycopodium digitatum, Common Ground-pine is an evergreen subshrub that spreads by underground runners An alternate scientific name is Dendrolycopodium obscurum: an alternate common name is Flat-branched Tree-clubmoss.

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Ground Pine Club Moss : Southern Ground Cedar Running-cedar Lycopodium digitatum, Common Ground-pine is an evergreen subshrub that spreads by underground runners An alternate scientific name is Dendrolycopodium obscurum: an alternate common name is Flat-branched Tree-clubmoss.>

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Fern Cinnamon Osmunda cinnamomea

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woolgrass : brown woolly sedge Scirpus cyperinus This plant grows in many types of wet habitat, such as marshes and ponds. It can be found in disturbed habitat, such as ditches.

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Dark-Green Bulrush Scirpus atrovirens A sedge with stems to 4 1/2 ft. Leaves are grasslike but broad.

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Lily Tiger Lilium lancifolium is an Asian species. It is widely planted as an ornamental because of its showy orange-and-black flowers

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Turks-Cap Lily Lilium superbum is a species of true lily native to the eastern and central regions of North America. Photo from an old slide.

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Jewelweed : Spotted Touch-Me-Not Impatiens pallida said to be a cure for poison ivy when leaves are rubbed on infected area. Yellow orange flower

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Daylilies Hemerocallis are perennial plants, whose name alludes to the flowers which typically last no more than 24 hours (about a day or so).

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Butterfly Weed Asclepias tuberosa flowers are bright orange. The stems are not milky when broken. Milkweed family. A native perennial.

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Butterfly Weed Asclepias tuberosa flowers are bright orange. The stems are not milky when broken. Milkweed family. A native perennial.

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Orange Milkwort  Polygala lutea. grows best in moist pine woods or wet meadows.