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  • Elephant Foot
    Elephant Foot Elephantopus carolinianus The basal leaves are large and round like an elephant s foot First Previous Picture Next Picture Last Return to Gallery 4

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  • red_maple2.jpg
    Red Maple Acer Rubrum Seeds just forming First Previous Picture Next Picture Last Back to Gallery 2

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  • Folsom Louisiana Native Plant Society
    Gallery 1 Click a picture to see a larger view Back to Main Gallery Page

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  • Folsom Louisiana Native Plant Society
    sized tree deciduous with opposite leaves and 2 ½ white flowers U Crataegus opaca Mayhaw Small tree deciduous opposite leaves white 1 flowers Gelsemium sempervirens Carolina Jessamine Evergreen thin vine 1 yellow flowers January to mid April Will climb into trees or shrubs or trail along ground rooting at the nodes A place of business in Franklinton had them blooming on lattice that was at least 30 x8 It looked great these thousands of bright yellow flowers peeking through the lattice U Houstonia patens Bluets Small plants about 3 tall ¼ blue four petalled flower Lamium amplexicaule Henbit Low annual lavender purple flowers in small clusters Likes cool weather 1 Linaria canadensis Blue Toadflax Winter annual flowering stems to 12 presents a hazy blue mist appearance from a distance U Lirodendron tulipfera Tulip Tree A large tree with unusual leaf shape and flower Attractive yellowish cup shaped flowers on the upper two thirds of the tree A Lonicera sempervirens Coral Honeysuckle Not rampant evergreen vine with clusters of bright red tubular flowers U Nothoscordum bivalve False Garlic One half inch white flowers in clusters on 6 10 stalks Narrow grass like leaves U Oenothera speciosa Showy Evening Primrose Perennial herb 12 to 18 tall 3 pink or white cup shaped flowers March to June 1 Oxalis rosea Wood sorrel family Compact plant with pretty pink 3 4 flowers non invasive U O rubra Introduced perennial herb with woody crown and fleshy tubers Pink ½ flowers on long scape Invasive U Phlox divaricata Blue Phlox Perennial herb to 2 tall leaves sessile stemless 1 lavender to blue flowers March to May P pilosa Prairie Phlox Perennial herb 1 2 tall narrow leaves and 1 pink lavender or bluish flowers Feb to June Prunus angustifolia Chickasaw Plum Large shrub with many white

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  • Folsom Louisiana Native Plant Society
    on trailing plant Chionanthus virginica Fringetree Large shrub with deciduous leaves flowers white petals 1 long 1 16 wide giving a fluffy appearance Cornus florida Flowering Dogwood 2 Erigeron philadephicus Daisy Fleabane Biennial or short lived perennial to 30 tall many 3 4 flowers with white ray flowers about 150 and bright yellow discs centers Fothergilla major Witch Alder Small shrub to 60 tall with deeply toothed leaves 3 4 long 2 to 3 wide Flowers white with many stamens Mimosa like appearing before the leaves Rare Endangered Native Shrubs Woody Vines of S E Foote Jones Houstonia patens Bluets Tiny 1 4 blue flowers 2 Hypoxis hirsuta Yellow Stargrass 3 4 six petalled flowers low growing Krigia dandelion Perennial herb 1 yellow flowers on 10 stems Male flowers are slightly larger and fuller than the female K virginica is the tiny 1 4 double yellow low growing flower Malus angustifolia Southern Crabapple Small tree with many 1 delicate pink flowers Doris Jenkins Pettit gave cuttings to friends which took Oenothera speciosa Showy Evening Primrose Perennial herb 12 to 18 tall 3 pink or white cup shaped flowers March to June 2 Phlox divaricata P pilosa and a purple one

    Original URL path: http://folsomnps.org/april1996_blooms.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Folsom Louisiana Native Plant Society
    12 scapes leafless stems Grow from small bulbs Aphanostephus skirrobasis Lazy Daisy Annual to 20 3 4 flowers that resemble Daisy Fleabane not as many rays petals Baptisia leucophaea Nodding Indigo Perennial herb to 18 tall leaflets in threes 1 pea shaped yellow flowers in drooping clusters Dichromena colorata White topped Sedge Lily like white bracts surround the tiny flowers Moist pinelands marshes Eriocaulon decangulare Hard heads Basal rosette of thin grass like leaves with bare flower stalks to 2 tall topped by button like dense off white flowers Grows in acid pinelands bogs and pond margins and Ramsey Road Helenium amarum BitterWeed Winter annual or biennial herb to 2 tall with many 3 4 all yellow flowers blooms for months Kalmia latifolia Mountain Laure l Gets to be large evergreen shrub Growing along Pusepetappa Creek in Washington Parish Best time to see in bloom is mid to late April Lobelia appendiculata Pale Lobelia About 18 tall on erect stem with pale blue 3 8 flowers along stem lower lip has typical Lobelia three lobes Lonicera sempervirens Coral Honeysuckle Not rampant evergreen vine with clusters of bright red tubular flowers 3 L japonica Japanese Honeysuckle Sweet smelling flowers but very invasive Imported Mitchella repens Partridge Berry Groundcover twin leaves twin flowers twin berries Oenothera speciosa Showy evening Primrose Perennial herb 12 to 18 tall 3 pink or white cup shaped flowers March to June 3 Phlox divaricata P pilosa are still blooming 2 Physostegia virginiana Obedient Plant Perennial to 3 pinkish flowers on spike Prunella vulgaris Self heal Perennial in clumps to 18 tall 1 2 white lavender flowers in compact cylinders Closely follows Salvia Iyrata in bloom Rosa Carolina Low growing spreading many 1 1 2 2 delicate pink single flowers followed by bright red hips which the birds

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  • Folsom Louisiana Native Plant Society
    Drought resistant perennial The plants I sowed in Dottie Jenkins front garden are doing great there are at least a dozen in bloom now We have a full pound of these for fall planting Helenium amarium Bitterweed Annual or biennial herb to 2 tall with many 3 4 all yellow flowers Will bloom after mowing Heterotheca subaxillaris Perennial herb to 3 many branches with clusters of 1 yellow flowers Were late to start blooming this year because of the drought Iris verna Dwarf Iris Perennial from rhizomes mostly underground stems Small white flower about 6 12 tall Lilium tigrinum Tiger Lily 4 5 tall orange flowers with reflexed petals and dark spots Increase by producing bulbils in the axils of the leaves One of the oldest lilies in existence Lonicera sempervirens Coral Honeysuckle Not rampant evergreen vine with clusters of bright red tubular flowers 4 Mimosa strigillosa Sensitive Plant Perennial herb with spineless stems Pink puffy flowers Leaves fold when touched Oenothera speciosa Showy Evening Primrose 3 pink or white flowers We have 1 2 pound for fall sowing 4 Polygala mariana Small annual plant to 10 narrow leaves 1 2 lavender white yellow terminal racenes W F S E

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  • Folsom Louisiana Native Plant Society
    Daubentonia punica Red Rattlebox Deciduous 4 8 shrub with Mimosa like leaves Orange red 1 drooping flowers in clusters Likes wet feet 3 Echinacea purpurea Purple Coneflower Perennial to 18 large basal leaves attractive 2 pinkish purple petals with dark cone Same as last year at about this time of year you can treat yourself to a pleasant sight by driving past or to Dottie Jenkins garden to see these and her Helianthus tomentosus and Verbena rigida This is four miles north of the light in Folsom on La Highway 25 Elephantopus tomentosus Elephant s Foot Perennial to 2 basal leaves to 4 wide terminal 1 2 blue flowers in three conspicuous bracts 2 Eupatorium fistulosum Joe pye Weed Perennial with stems to about 8 Pinkish purple flower clusters leaves to 10 long E perfoliatum E rotundifolium and E rugosum White clustered flowers are perennial herb from 3 to 6 tall Gordonia lasianthus Loblolly Bay Small evergreen tree 3 white single flowers with yellow centers On the rare list Native to St Tammany only 3 Habenaria ciliaris Yellow Fringed Orchid Perennial from tiny bulb About l tall 1 1 2 orange flowers on 3 5 cluster Brown calls is spectacular M B Hill 3 Helenium amarum Bitterweed Central stem branches out to many smaller branches with 3 4 all yellow single flowers Looks like a little bouquet Great roadside plant blooms from May to frost 4 Helianthus divaricatus Sunflower Perennial herb from long rhizomes 3 5 tall leaves opposite on short petioles rough to the touch 2 yellow flowers with darker center Blooms in June H Tomentosus Sunflower This in my opinion is the best of native sunflowers for roadsides and your gardens Perennial to about 6 tall 8 10 leaves and numerous 4 12 13 petalled flowers Three of

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