WISCONSIN NATIVE PLANT IDENTIFICATION
Plant ID Just Got Easier - My Wisconsin Woods
May 01, 2015By Steve Swenson, Ecologist, Aldo Leopold Foundation I’ll be the first to admit, using plant ID keys isn’t what I do for fun. It’s like trying to navigate a map without knowing your destination. When I first learned to identify plants, wildflower enthusiasts carried paper field guides into the field.
COMMON PLANTS of WISCONSIN
The images contained in the COMMON PLANTS of WISCONSIN web site may be freely used for non-profit, educational purposes, as long as complete citation information is included. Use in any copyrighted document or any web site is prohibited without specific permission of the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point Department of Biology.Gymnosperms · Woody Dicots · Seedless Plants · Dicot Herbs C · Monocots · Dicot Herbs B
Invasive Species Photo Gallery - Wisconsin DNR
Non-native plant species. However, these plants and some of their cultivars have the potential to invade wild areas, outcompete native species, and degrade habitats. Some species may even cause extensive ecological damage. This field guide has been developed to provide ID and control information for terrestrial invasive plants.
Shrubs of Wisconsin
The "Shrubs of Wisconsin" site is under construction and is incomplete. However the list of shrubs is complete, and there are photos of most common shrub species that may be
University of Wisconsin - Weed Identification & Management
These herbaceous (non-woody) plants typically produce noticeable flowers. Leaves are often broad with netted veins, but they may also be narrow and veinless. GRASSLIKE: These herbaceous (non-woody) plants lack noticeable flowers. The leaves are ribbon-like with parallel veins, and are
Wildflowers of Wisconsin – Photos of Wisconsin's Natural
May 28, 2015Native to Wisconsin. Found in sandy soil over limestone bedrock with decent sunlight. It is an endangered plant and only grows in the Great Lakes region, and that even sparingly. One reliable place to see a Dwarf Lake Iris in Wisconsin is at The Ridges Sanctuary in Door County in Baileys Harbor. The tiny flower is about 1.5 inches in diameter
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