This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): Chadwick Arboretum Gardens

It is on page 246 in Newcomb’s Wildflowers.

Common name: Moss Phlox Scientific name: Phlox subulata.

Corolla:  number of petals 5  separate or  fusedseparate

Calyx:    number of sepals 5 separate or fused? separate

Adroecium: number of stamens?  separate, fused or arranged in any special way? 

3 Stamens.

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =_____)
How can you tell? (Cite features that indicate the number of carpels.)

Syncarpous, 3 carpels

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous? Epigynous

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? actinomorphic (regular)

Floral Formula: K5 C5 A3 G3

 

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): St. Stephens Episcopal Church

It is on page 340 in Newcomb’s Wildflowers.

Common name: Large Flowered Bellwort Scientific name: Uvularia grandiflora.

Corolla:  number of petals 6  separate or  fusedseparate

Calyx:    number of sepals 3 separate or fused? separate

Adroecium: number of stamens?  separate, fused or arranged in any special way? 

Too many stamens to count. They are arranged in 3 groups underneath, and almost hidden by, three of the petals. 

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =_____)
How can you tell? (Cite features that indicate the number of carpels.)

Unicarpellate, with 3 carpels. Like the stamens, the three carpels are found underneath three of the petals.

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous? Hypogynous. 

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Actinomorphic. 

Floral Formula: K3 C6 A∞ G3

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): Ohio State, North Campus

It is on page 336 in Newcomb’s Wildflowers.

Common name: Day Lily Scientific name: Hemerocallis fulva.

Corolla:  number of petals 3  separate or  fusedseparate

Calyx:    number of sepals 3 separate or fused? separate

Adroecium: number of stamens?  separate, fused or arranged in any special way? 

6 stamens, in a cluster. 

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =_____)
How can you tell? (Cite features that indicate the number of carpels.)

Unicarpellate, with 1 carpel.

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous? Epigynous. 

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Actinomorphic. 

Floral Formula: K3 C3 A6 G1

 

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): Ohio State, North Campus

It is on page 430 in Newcomb’s Wildflowers.

Common name: Canada Thistle Scientific name: Cirsium arvense.

Corolla:  number of petals 0  separate or  fused?

Calyx:    number of sepals 0 separate or fused?

There does not appear to be any petals or sepals.

Adroecium: number of stamens?  separate, fused or arranged in any special way? 

Too many to count. Stamen in big cluster.

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =_____)
How can you tell? (Cite features that indicate the number of carpels.)

Unable to surmise.

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous? Epigynous

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Actinomorphic. 

Floral Formula: K0 C0 A∞ G?

 

 

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): Chadwick Arboretum

It is on page 439 in Newcomb’s Wildflowers.

Common name: Veined Skullcap Scientific name: Scutellaria nervosa.

Corolla:  number of petals 4  separate or  fusedFused

Calyx:    number of sepals 4 separate or fused? Separate 

Adroecium: number of stamens?  separate, fused or arranged in any special way? 

Four stamens clustered.

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =_____)
How can you tell? (Cite features that indicate the number of carpels.)

Unicarpallete, 1 carpel.

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous? Hypogynous 

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Zygomorphic.

Floral Formula: K4 Cz4 A4 G1

 

 

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): Chadwick Arboretum

It is on page 216 in Newcomb’s Wildflowers.

Common name: Live Forever Scientific name: Sedum purpureum.

Corolla:  number of petals 5  separate or  fusedSeparate

Calyx:    number of sepals 5 separate or fused? Separate 

Adroecium: number of stamens?  separate, fused or arranged in any special way? 

10 stamens.

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =_____)
How can you tell? (Cite features that indicate the number of carpels.)

Syncarpous, 3 carpels.

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous? Perigynous 

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Actinomorphic.

Floral Formula: K5 C5 A10 G3

 

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): Chadwick Arboretum

It is on page 212 in Newcomb’s Wildflowers.

Common name: Blue Marsh Bellflower Scientific name: Campanula aparinoides.

Corolla:  number of petals 5  separate or  fusedSeparate

Calyx:    number of sepals 5 separate or fused? Separate 

Adroecium: number of stamens?  separate, fused or arranged in any special way? 

5 stamens.

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =_____)
How can you tell? (Cite features that indicate the number of carpels.)

Unicarpellate, 1 carpels.

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous? Hypogynous  

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Actinomorphic.

Floral Formula: K5 C5 A5 G1

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): Chadwick Arboretum

It is on page 280 in Newcomb’s Wildflowers.

Common name: Wild Geranium Scientific name: Geranium maculatum.

Corolla:  number of petals 5  separate or  fusedSeparate

Calyx:    number of sepals 5 separate or fused? Separate 

Adroecium: number of stamens?  separate, fused or arranged in any special way? 

10 stamens.

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =_____)
How can you tell? (Cite features that indicate the number of carpels.)

Syncarpous, 5 carpels.

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous? Hypogynous  

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Actinomorphic.

Floral Formula: K5 C5 A10 G5

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): Chadwick Arboretum

It is on page 194 in Newcomb’s Wildflowers.

Common name: European Stock Seed Scientific name: Lappula echinata.

Corolla:  number of petals 5  separate or  fusedSeparate

Calyx:    number of sepals 5 separate or fused? Separate 

Adroecium: number of stamens?  separate, fused or arranged in any special way? 

Too many to count, small and clustered around edge of hypanthium.

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =_____)
How can you tell? (Cite features that indicate the number of carpels.)

Unicarpellate.

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous? Perigynous  

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Actinomorphic.

Floral Formula: K5 C5 A∞ G

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): Chadwick Arboretum

It is on page 96 in Newcomb’s Wildflowers.

Common name: Common Speedwell Scientific name: Veronica officinalis.

Corolla:  number of petals 4  separate or  fusedSeparate

Calyx:    number of sepals 5 separate or fused? Separate 

Adroecium: number of stamens?  separate, fused or arranged in any special way? 

4 stamens, 2 clustered on each side of the bilateral symmetry.

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =_____)
How can you tell? (Cite features that indicate the number of carpels.)

Unicarpellate, with 1 carpel. 

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous? Perigynous  

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Zygomorphic.

Floral Formula: K4 Cz5 Az2+2 G1

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): Chadwick Arboretum

It is on page 282 in Newcomb’s Wildflowers.

Common name: Narrow Leaved Vervain Scientific name: Verbena simplex.

Corolla:  number of petals 5  separate or  fusedSeparate

Calyx:    number of sepals 5 separate or fused? Separate 

Adroecium: number of stamens?  separate, fused or arranged in any special way? 

8-10 stamens.

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =_____)
How can you tell? (Cite features that indicate the number of carpels.)

Syncarpous, with 5 carpels.

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous? Hypogynous  

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Actinomorphic.

Floral Formula: K5 C5 A8-10 G5

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): Ohio State, North Campus

It is on page 418 in Newcomb’s Wildflowers.

Common name: Salt March Fleabane Scientific name: Pluchea purpurascens.

Corolla:  number of petals 5  separate or  fusedSeparate

Calyx:    number of sepals 5 separate or fused? Separate 

Adroecium: number of stamens?  separate, fused or arranged in any special way? 

10-20 stamens.

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =_____)
How can you tell? (Cite features that indicate the number of carpels.)

Unicarpellate, with 5-7 carpels.

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous? Hypogynous  

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Actinomorphic.

Floral Formula: K5 C5 Ax G5-7