Tag Archive: Bartram Trail

May 27

Pale Corydalis or Rock Harlequin

Pale Corydalis or Rock Harlequin [Corydalis sempervirens] photos were taken on the North Carolina Bartram Trail, near Whiterock Mountain, on 27 May 2017 and Carl Sandburg Home on 28 May 2017.  It’s a member of the Fumitory (Fumariaceae) family. Allan Armitage’s Herbaceous Perennial Plants, (1989) page 156, states that it’s “flowers are pale pink to purple …

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May 27

Bowman’s Root or Indian Physic

Bowman’s Root or Indian Physic [Gillenia trifoliata] photos were taken on the North Carolina Bartram Trail on 27 May 2017.  It’s a member of the Rose (Rosaceae) family.   Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide, pages 232-233, states that it grows in woods in Late Spring and Summer.  It is also called “Fawn’s Breath.” USDA Plants Listing: Gillenia trifoliata

May 27

Speckled Wood Lily or White Clintonia

Speckled Wood Lily or White Clintonia [Clintonia umbellulata] photos were taken on the North Carolina Bartram Trail on 27 May 2017.  It’s a member of the Lily (Liliaceae) family.   Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide, pages 338-339, states that it grows in rich woods in Spring and early Summer.  Timothy P. Spira’s Wildflowers & Plant Communities of the …

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May 27

Cliff Saxifrage or Michaux’s Saxifrage

Cliff Saxifrage or Michaux’s Saxifrage [Saxifraga michauxii] photos were taken on the North Carolina Bartram Trail on 27 May 2017 and at Carl Sandburg Home on 28 May 2017.  It’s a member of the Saxifrage (Saxifragaceae) family.   Timothy P. Spira’s Wildflowers & Plant Communities of the Southern Appalachian Mountains & Piedmont, page 403, states that …

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