Woodland Medley

Nadya Johnson

Joined January 2009

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Woodland Phlox and Buttercups

Phlox divaricata laphamii & Ranunculus hispidus

Featured in WILDFLOWERS of NORTH AMERICA
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Woodland Phlox have a wonderful fragrance. The flowers are blue to violet. Habitats include moist to slightly dry deciduous woodlands and areas along woodland paths. In young woodlands that have sprung up where the original woodland was destroyed by plowing or heavy construction, this species is usually absent. It can survive minor, but not severe, degradation of environment.

The Hispid Buttecup is a perennial wildflower growing up to 1 foot tall with a tendency to sprawl with age. The blooming period occurs from mid- to late spring and lasts about a month. Habitats include upland woodlands, wooded slopes, and bluffs where oak trees are often present. The preference is dappled sunlight during the spring, followed by light shade during the summer.

Photo was taken in Palisades Park, northwest Illinois (USA). Both wildflowers are native to the state.

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