Identify a Plant by Major Group or Colour

Step Two - Yellow or Orange Flowers

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While each major group may contain many individual plants, these same groups can be further broken down by taking a closer look at the plant. The following descriptions are designed to reduce the number of potential candidates to a more manageable number. Select the description that resembles the plant you have observed.

Descriptor
  Aquatic Plants
  Basal Leaves Only
  Buttercup-Like Flowers
  Compound Leaves
  Daisy-like Flowers
  Dandelion-like Flowers
  Five Petals
  Five Petals and Three Leaflets
  Five Petals Leafs Mainly Basal
  Five Petals with Finely Cut Leaves
  Five Petals with Maple-like Leaves
  Five Petals with One or More Spurs
  Five Petals with Violet-like Flowers
  Five Petals/Miscellaneous Flowers
  Flowers in Terminal Clusters
  Four Petals
  Lily-like Leaves
  Low, Matted, or Creeping Plants
  Other
  Pea-like Flowers
  Shrubs with Compound Leaves
  Tubular or Bell-Like Flowers
  Umbrella-shaped Flower Clusters

All Material Ward Cameron 2005

 

 

 

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