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2001 BLOOMING WILDFLOWERS 



Found blooming in Cook County by Lorraine Anderson - lorraine@bwca.cc (See the individual reports linked by date at the right for more details)

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Agrimony, Common - Agrimonia gryposepala - 8/1

Alyssum, Hoary - Berteroa incana - 8/15

Anemone, Wood- Anemone quinquefolia - 5/9 - 6/13

Anemone, Canada - Anemone canadensis

Arbutus Trailing - Epigaea repens - 5/2

Aster, Alpine (we think) 8/1

Aster, Large Leafed - Aster macrophyllus

Aster, Purple Stemmed - Aster punicceus

Aster, Purple or White - 8/1-8/29

Aster, Small White - 8/29

Avens, Yellow - Geum aleppicum - 7/4 -8/1

Avens, White - Geum canadense - 6/20

Baneberry, Red - Actaea rubra - 5/23 - 6/13

Bedstraw, Northern - Galium boreale - 7/11-8/8

Bedstraw, Rough - Galium asprellum - 8/1-8/15

Bellflower, Creeping - Campanula rapunculoides - 7/11-8/22

Bellwort, Sessile - leaved - Uvularia sessilfolia - 5/16 - 5/23

Bindweed (see Buckwheat, Climbing False)

Bindweed, Upright - Convolvulus spithamaeus - 6/13

Black-eyed Susan - Rudbeckia serotina - 7/4-9/1

Bloodroot -Sanguinaria canadensis 5/2 - 5/9

Blue-eyed Grass -Sisyrinchium - 6/13-8/1

Buckbean, bog - Menyanthes trifoliata - 6/13

Buckwheat, Climbing False - Polygonum scanclens - 6/20-8/29

Bugloss, Vipers - Echium vulgare - 7/4-8/1

Bunchberry - Cornus canadensis - 5/30 - 7/4

Buckbean, Bog - Menyanthes trifoliata - 5/30

Butter & Eggs - Linaria vulgaris - 6/27-9/1

Buttercup, Tall or Common - Ranunculus acris - 6/6 - 8/15

Buttercup, Swamp - Ranunculus septentrionalis - 6/6-6/27

Butterwort - Pinguicula vulgaris - 5/30 - 6/20

Calla, Wild or Water Arum - Calla palustris - 6/13 - 6/27

Chamomile, Scentless - Matricaria maritima - 8/15

Campion or Lychnis, Evening - Lychnis alba - 7/4-8/29

Caraway - Carum carvi - 6/6-6/27

Chamomile, Scentless - Matricaria maritima - 8/1-9/1

Chickweed, Field - Cerastium arvense - 6/20-7/11

Chickweed, Mouse-ear - Cerastium vulgatum - 8/15

Chicory - Cichorium intybus - 8/1-8/8

Cicely, Sweet - Odmothiza clatoni 6/20

Cinquefoil, Rough - Potentilla norvegica - 8/1-8/15

Cinquefoil, Rough-fruited - Potentilla recta - 8/1

Cinquefoil, Shrubby - Potentilla fruticosa - 6/20-8/15

Cinquefoil, Three tooth - Potentilla tridentata - 6/20 - 8/1

Clematis, Rock, Purple - Clematis verticillari - 5/30 - 6/13

Clintonia (Blue Bead Lily) - Clintonia borealis - 5/30 - 6/27

Clover, Sweet, Purple White or Yellow - 8/1

Clover, Purple, Red, White or Pink etc. - 6/20 - 8/29

Clover, Hop - Trifolium agrarium - 7/4-8/22

Clover, Least Hop - Trifolium debium - 7/11

Clover, Yellow Sweet - Melilotus officinalis

Clover, Rabbitsfoot - Trifolium arvense - 7/4 -9/1

Coltsfoot, Early - Petasites palmatus 5/9 - 5/23

Columbine (Honeysuckle) - Aquilegia canadensis 6/6 - 7/11

Commandra Northern - Geocauion liviclum -(berry) 8/22

Coralroot, Northern or Early - Corallorhiza maculata - 5/30 - 6/6

Coralroot, Spotted - Corallorhiza maculata - 6/20

Coralroot, Yellow - Corallorhiza ochrokuca - 7/4

Corydalis, Pale or Pink - Corydalis sempervirens - 6/6

Cotton Grass- 6/6 - 6/13

Cow-Parsnip - Heracleum maximum - 6/27 - 8/1

Cranberry, Small - Vaccinium oxycoccos - 6/13 - 6/27

Cress, Common Winter (mustard) - 5/23 - 7/4

Cress, Smooth Rock - Arabis hirsuta - 6/13

Cuckoo-flower - Cardimine bulbosa 5/23 - 5/30

Daisy, Ox-eye - Chrysanthemum leucanthemum 5/16- 8/29

Dandelion, Common - Taraxacum officinale 5/16 - 7/4

Dock, Indian Tobacco- Rumex - 6/27-7/11

Dogbane, Spreading - Apocynum androsaemifolium - 6/27 -8/1

Dutchmanís-breeches - Dicentra cucullaria 5/9 - 5/16

Everlasting, Pearly - Anaphalis margaritacea - 8/1- 9/1

Eyebrite - Euphrasia americana - 8/15-9/1

Fireweed -Epilobium angustifolium - 7/4-8/22

Fleabane, Daisy - Erigeron annuus - 8/8 -8/29

Forget-me-not, Smaller - Myosotis laxa - 6/27

Forget-me-not, True - Myosotis scorpioides - 5/30 - 7/11

Gaywings (Polygala, Fringed) - Polygala paucifolia - 6/6 -6/13

Gentian, Closed or Bottle - Gentiana clausa - 8/15

Gentian, Spurred - Halenia deflexa - 8/1-8/22

Ginger, Wild - Asarum canadense 5/23 - 6/6

Goatís-beard, yellow - Tragopogon pratensis - 6/27

Goldenrod - Solidago - 8/1-9/1

Goldenrod, Bog - Solidago purshii - 8/15

Goldenrod, Canada - Solidago canadensis - 8/15-8/22

Goldthread - Coptis groenlandica - 6/6

Grass-of-Parnassus - Parnassia glauca - 8/1

Harebell - Campanula rotundifolia - 8/1-8/22

Hawkweed, Canada - Hieracium vulgatum - 8/8

Hawkweed, Yellow - Hieracium scabrum - 6/27-8/22

Hawkweed, Orange - Hieracium aurantiacum - 6/6 - 8/15

Hawkweed, Yellow - Hieracium scabrum - 6/20

Heal-all - Prunella vulgaris - 7/4-8/22

Herb-Robert - Geranium robertianum - 8/15

Honeysuckle, Glaucous (vine) -Lonicera dioica - 6/13

Indian pipes - Monotropa uniflora (seed) 8/22

Iris, Blue Flag - Iris versicolor - 6/27-7/11

Jack-in-the-Pulpit- Arisaema atrorubens 5/23 - 6/27

Jewelweed, Spotted - Impatiens capensis - 8/8-9/1

Joe Pye Weed ssp.- 7/4 -8/29

Knapweed, Spotted - Centaurea maculosa - 8/1

Labrador-Tea - Ledum groenlandicum - 6/20

Ladyís-Slipper, Yellow - Cypripedium calceolus - 6/27-7/4

Ladyís-Slipper, Pink - Cypripedium acaule - 5/30

Laurel, Pale (Bog) - Kalmia polifolia - 5/30

Leatherleaf- Chamaedaphne calyculata - 5/30

Lettuce, White - Prenanthes alba - 8/15-9/1

Lily, Bullhead (Yellow Waterlily) - Nuphar variegatum

Lily-of-the-Valley, Wild - Maianthemum canadense - 5/30 -6/20

Lily, Trout - Erythroniym americanum 5/9 -

Lily, Small Yellow Pond - Nuphar microphyllum - 7/4-8/29

Lily, Water, white - Nymphaea odorata - 8/15-8/29

Lily, Wood - Lilium andinum - 7/11

Lobelia, Brook or Kalmís - Lobelia kalmii - 8/1-8/15

Loostrife, Yellow - Lysimachia terrestris

Lupine - Lupinus polyphylus - 6/13 - 7/11

Lychnis, Evening - Lychnis alba - 6/13 - 6/20

Marsh-marigold - Cowslip - Caltha palustris 5/16 - 6/13

Meadow-rue, Early - Thalictrum dioicum - 6/20 - 7/11

Meadowsweet - Spiraea latifolia - 8/1-8/15

Mertensia - Mertensia virginica 5/23 - 7/4

Miterwort. Naked - Mitella nuda - 6/6 - 6/13

Moccasin-flower, Pink - Cypripedium acaule 5/30 - 6/13

Mullein, Common - Verbascum thapsus - 8/1-8/8

Mustard, Wormseed - Erysimum cheiranthoides - 8/1

Nettle, Hemp - Galeopsis tetrahit - 8/15

Nettle, White Dead - Lamium album - 8/1

Orchid, Long-bracted - Habenaria viridis - 7/11

Orchis, Northern Green(bog) - Habenaria hyperborea 7/11

Orchis, Ragged Fringed - Habenaria lacera - 7/11-8/1

Orchis, Round-leaved - Habenaria orbiculata - 6/13

Parsnip, Cow - Heracleum maximum - 6/20

Pea, Beach - Lathyrus japonicus - 8/1-8/15

Penstemon - Beardtongue - Penstemon digitalis - 6/27

Pineapple weed - Matricaria matricarioides - 8/1-8/15

Pink, Deptford - Dianthus deltoides - 8/1-8/29

Pitcher-plant - Sarracenia purpurea 6/20 - 6/27

Plantain, Dwarf Rattlesnake - Goodyera repens

Primrose, Evening - Oenothera biennis - 7/11 - 8/19

Primula laurentiana - 5/16 - 5/30

Pussytoes, Field- Antennaria neglecta 5/16 - 6/20

Pyrola, Lesser - Pyrola minor - 6/13-7/11

Pyrola, One-sided - Pyrola secunda - 7/4-7/11

Pyrola, Pink - Pyrola asarifolia - 6/27- 7/11

Ragwort, Round leaf - Senecio obovatus - 8/1-8/8

Rattlesnake Root - Prenanthes trifoliata 8/8-9/1

Rose, Wild - Rosa - 6/13 - 8/8

Sarsaparilla, Wild - Aralia nudicaulis - 5/30 - 6/13

Saxifrage, Early - Saxofraga vorgomoca - 5/16

Silverweed - Potentilla anserina - 5/30 - 6/27

Snakeroot, Clustered - Sanicula gregaria - 6/20 - 7/11

Sorrel, Sheep - Rumex acelosella - 5/30 - 6/20

Sorrel, Wood , yellow - Oxalis montana 6/20

Solomonís-Seal - Polygonatum - 6/6

Solomonís-Seal, False - 6/6 - 6/27

Solomonís-Seal, Three-leaved - Smilacina trifolia - 6/13- 6/27

Sorrel, Wood - Oxalis montana - 6/27-7/11

Spring-beauty- Claytonia 5/9 - 6/6

Spurrey, Sand - Spergularia rubra - 6/27 -8/29

Stitchwort, Lesser - Stellaria graminea - 7/4-8/29

Strawberry, Barren - Waldsteinia fragarioides - 5/30 - 6/13

Strawberry, Common- Fragaria virginiana 5/16 - 6/20

Sundrops - Onothera fruticosa - 6/20

Tansy - Tanacetum vulgare - 8/8-9/1

Thimbleweed - Anemone virginiana - 8/1

Thistle, Canada - Cirsium arvense) 8/1-8/29

Thistle, Bull - Cirsium vulgare - 8/1-8/15

Thistle, Common Sow - Sonchus oleraceus - 8/1-8/22

Thistle, Nodding - Carduus nutans - 8/1

Thistle, Sow - Sonchus asper - 8/8-9/1

Trefoil, Birdsfoot - Lotus corniculatus - 6/13-9/1

Trillium, Nodding - Trillium cernuum 5/23 - 6/20

Turtlehead - Chelone glabra - 8/1-8/8

Twinflower - Linnea borealis 6/13 - 7/4

Twisted-Stalk , Rose - Streptopus roseus - 6/6

Vetch, Crown - Coronilla varia - 8/1

Vetch, Purple - Vica americana - 6/13 -8/15

Vetchling, Pale - Lathyrus ochroleucus - 6/13 - 6/27

Violets, Yellow, Blue, Purple & White beginning 5/9 - 6/6

Virginís Bower - Clematis virginiana - 8/1-8/22

Wintergreen, One-flowered or One-flowered Pyrola - 6/20-7/11

Yarrow - Achillea millefolium - 7/4-8/29

Yarrow, Pink - Achillea - 7/4-7/11

 

REFERENCES: Newcomb & Peterson

Rare Plants of the Superior National Forest

 

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