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  1. Roundleaf Liverleaf

    Anemone americana

  2. Tenpetal Thimbleweed

    Anemone berlandieri

  3. Tenpetal Thimbleweed

    Anemone berlandieri
    This is also known as the Carolina Anemone.

  4. Wild Columbine

    Aquilegia canadensis
    This Wild Columbine is lit by some dappled sunlight.

  5. Wild Columbine

    Aquilegia canadensis
    This is a bee's or hummingbird's view of the Wild Columbine.

  6. Swamp Leather-flower

    Clematis crispa
    I never realized that the petals of this Clematis resembled a Maltese cross until I viewed the flower from below.

  7. Whiteleaf Leather-flwoer

    Clematis glaucophylla

  8. Netleaf Leather-flower

    Clematis reticulata

  9. Sweet Autumn Virginsbower

    Clematis terniflora
    Not native.

  10. Carolina Larkspur

    Delphinium carolinianum

  11. Double-flowered Rue Anemone

    Thalictrum thalictroides

  12. Eastern False Rue Anemone

    Enemion biternatum

  13. Eastern False Rue Anemone

    Enemion biternatum

  14. Cursed Crowfoot

    Ranunculus sceleratus

  15. Rue Anemone

    Thalictrum thalictroides

  16. Waxyleaf Meadowrue

    Thalictrum revolutum

  17. Waxyleaf Meadowrue

    Thalictrum revolutum

  18. Rue Anemone

    Thalictrum thalictroides

  19. Rue Anemone

    Thalictrum thalictroides

  20. Yellowroot

    Xanthorhiza simplicissima

  21. Yellowroot

    Xanthorhiza simplicissima
    The genus name Xanthorhiza derived from (Xantho = yellow and rhiza = root) perfectly describes the defining character of this plant.