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WVNPS, 20th anniversary walk, Kanawha State Forest south of Charleston
April 13, 2002
List compiled by Sally Anderson, from her field notes on this trip.

Anemone minima?, dwarf anemone, in bloom
Aplectrum hyemale, Puttyroot or Adam-and-Eve, leaves
Arisaema triphyllum, Jack-in-the-pulpit
Asarum canadense, Wild ginger
Botrychium sp., Gape fern
Botrychium virginianum, Rattlesnake fern
Carex torta in bloom, in the stream
Caulophyllum thalictroides, Blue cohosh
Chimaphila maculata, Spotted wintergreen
Cimicifuga racemosa, Black cohosh
Claytonia caroliniana, Carolina spring beauty in bloom
Clintonia sp., leaves
Cynoglossum virginianum, Wild comfrey
Dentaria diphylla, Two leafed toothwort in bloom
Dentaria heterophylla, Slender toothwort in bloom
Dryopteris marginalis, Marginal shield fern
Epifagus virginiana, Beechdrops, parasitic on Beech roots
Epigaea repens, Trailing arbutus in bloom
Erigeron sp., Fleabane
Euonymus americana, Hearts-a-burstin or Strawberry bush
Galliumsp., Bedstraw
Gaultheria procumbens, Teaberry/Wintergreen, a few berries
Geranium maculatum, Wild geranium in bloom
Goodyera pubescens, Rattlesnake orchid leaves
Hepatica acutiloba, Sharp leaved hepatica
Hieracum sp., Hawkweed
Houstonia caerula, Bluets in bloom
Hydrangea arborescens, Wild hydrangea
Impatiens sp., Jewel weed
Iris cristata, Dwarf crested iris
Luzula sp., Woodrush in bloom
Meehania cordata, Meehania
Pedicularis canadensis, Lousewort or Wood betony
Phlox stolonifera, Trailing phlox in bloom
Podophyllum peltatum, May apple
Polemonium reptans, Valerian
Polygonatum pubescens, Solomon’s seal
Polygonatum biflorum, Solomon’s seal
Polypodium virginianum, Common polypody
Polystichum acrostichoides, Christmas fern
Potentilla sp., Cinqufoil
Pyrularia pubera, Buffalonut or Oilnut, parasitic shrub
Salvia lyrata, Lyre leaved sage
Sanguinaria canadensis, Bloodroot in seed
Sedum ternatum, Stonecrop
Senecio aureus, Golden ragwort
Silene virginica, Fire pink
Stellaria pubera, Star chickweed
Thalictrum thalictroides, Rue anemone
Tiarella cordifolia, Foamflower in bloom
Tipularia discolor, Cranefly orchid leaves
Trillium erectum, Wake robin in bloom, several colors occur, ovary always purple
Uvularia perfoliata, Perfoliate bellwort
Vicia caroliniana, Carolina or Wood vetch
Viola spp., yellow (smooth and downy), common blue, long-spurred, sweet white and northern white violets in bloom
Trees not listed, of interest were tamaracks (Larix lacinata), which were probably planted.

WVNPS, 20th anniversary walk, Kanawha State Forest south of Charleston
April 13, 2002

Anemone minima, dwarf anemone, in bloom
Aplectrum hyemale, Puttyroot or Adam-and-Eve, leaves
Arisaema triphyllum, Jack-in-the-pulpit
Asarum canadense, Wild ginger
Botrychium sp., Gape fern
Botrychium virginianum, Rattlesnake fern
Carex torta in bloom, in the stream
Caulophyllum thalictroides, Blue cohosh
Chimaphila maculata, Spotted wintergreen
Cimicifuga racemosa, Black cohosh
Claytonia caroliniana, Carolina spring beauty in bloom
Clintonia sp., leaves
Cynoglossum virginianum, Wild comfrey
Dentaria diphylla, Two leafed toothwort in bloom
Dentaria heterophylla, Slender toothwort in bloom
Dryopteris marginalis, Marginal shield fern
Epifagus virginiana, Beechdrops, parasitic on Beech roots
Epigaea repens, Trailing arbutus in bloom
Erigeron sp., Fleabane
Euonymus americana, Hearts-a-burstin, Burstin-Heart or Strawberry bush
Galliumsp., Bedstraw
Gaultheria procumbens, Teaberry/Wintergreen, a few berries
Geranium maculatum, Wild geranium in bloom
Goodyera pubescens, Rattlesnake orchid leaves
Hepatica acutiloba, Sharp leaved hepatica
Hieracum sp., Hawkweed
Houstonia caerula, Bluets in bloom
Hydrangea arborescens, Wild hydrangea
Impatiens sp., Jewel weed
Iris cristata, Dwarf crested iris
Luzula sp., Woodrush in bloom
Meehania cordata, Meehania
Pedicularis canadensis, Lousewort or Wood betony
Phlox stolonifera, Trailing phlox in bloom
Podophyllum peltatum, May apple
Polemonium reptans, Valerian
Polygonatum pubescens, Solomon’s seal
Polygonatum biflorum, Solomon’s seal
Polypodium virginianum, Common polypody
Polystichum acrostichoides, Christmas fern
Potentilla sp., Cinqufoil
Pyrularia pubera, Buffalonut or Oilnut, parasitic shrub
Salvia lyrata, Lyre leaved sage
Sanguinaria canadensis, Bloodroot in seed
Sedum ternatum, Stonecrop
Senecio aureus, Golden ragwort
Silene virginica, Fire pink
Stellaria pubera, Star chickweed
Thalictrum thalictroides, Rue anemone
Tiarella cordifolia, Foamflower in bloom
Tipularia discolor, Cranefly orchid leaves
Trillium erectum, Wake robin in bloom, several colors occur, ovary
always purple
Uvularia perfoliata, Perfoliate bellwort
Vicia caroliniana, Carolina or Wood vetch
Viola spp., yellow (smooth and downy), common blue, long-spurred, sweet
white and northern white violets in bloom
Trees not listed, of interest were tamaracks (Larix lacinata), which were probably planted.

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