Hello flower lovers!

Here consists of various flowers that I have collected this week in various locations.

I hope you enjoy!

Aubrieta

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): In a garden near Buckeye Lake in Hebron, Ohio.

It is on page _____ in Newcomb’s Wildflowers

Common name_____________Aubrieta__________________  Scientific name: ______Aubrieta_____________________

Corolla:  number of petals __5___  separate or  fused? ____separate_______

Calyx:    number of sepals ___5__ separate or fused?____separate_________

Adroecium: number of stamens _____ separate, fused or arranged in any special way?

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =_2____)
How can you tell? (Cite the features were apparent about the number of carpels.)

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous?_____hypogynous______

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Regular

Additional distinctive features: _________________Vibrant pink/purple________________________________

 

 


Petunia

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): In a garden near Buckeye Lake in Hebron, Ohio.

It is on page ___N/A__ in Newcomb’s Wildflowers

Common name_______Petunia________________________  Scientific name: ___________Petunia_________________

Corolla:  number of petals __5___  separate or  fused? ______fused_____

Calyx:    number of sepals __5__ separate or fused?_____fused________

Adroecium: number of stamens ___5__ separate, fused or arranged in any special way? Fused

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =__2___)
How can you tell? (Cite the features were apparent about the number of carpels.)

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous?____Hypogynous_______

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Regular

Additional distinctive features: _____________________Bright colors and fused petals ___________________________

 

 

Lobelia

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): In a garden near Buckeye Lake in Hebron, Ohio.

It is on page __53___ in Newcomb’s Wildflowers

Common name_____________Lobelia__________________  Scientific name: _________Lobelia___________________

Corolla:  number of petals __5___  separate or  fused? ____separate_______

Calyx:    number of sepals ___5__ separate or fused?______separate_______

Adroecium: number of stamens __5___ separate, fused or arranged in any special way?

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =__5___)
How can you tell? (Cite the features were apparent about the number of carpels.)

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous?____Hypogynous_______

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Regular

Additional distinctive features: ____Purple flowers, with two large flowers and three small flowers____________________________

 

 

Sunpaiens

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): In a garden near Buckeye Lake in Hebron, Ohio.

It is on page __N/A___ in Newcomb’s Wildflowers

Common name__________Sunpatiens___________  Scientific name: ____________Impatiens hawkeri_____________

Corolla:  number of petals __5___  separate or  fused? ___separate________

Calyx:    number of sepals __5___ separate or fused?_____separate________

Adroecium: number of stamens _5____ separate, fused or arranged in any special way? Separate

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =__5___)
How can you tell? (Cite the features were apparent about the number of carpels.)

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous?_____Hypogynous______

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Regular

Additional distinctive features: ______________________Bright red coloring___________________________

Tall Larkspur

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): In a small patch of woods near my home in Newark, Ohio.

It is on page __68___ in Newcomb’s Wildflowers

Common name_____________Tall Larkspur________________  Scientific name: _____Tall Larkspur_________________

Corolla:  number of petals ___5_  separate or  fused? ____fused_______

Calyx:    number of sepals __5___ separate or fused?_____fused________

Adroecium: number of stamens _____ separate, fused or arranged in any special way?

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =____4_)
How can you tell? (Cite the features were apparent about the number of carpels.)

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous?____Hypogynous_______

Flower symmetry:
actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)?  Irregular

Additional distinctive features: ________Purple flower with spike_________________________________________

 

Yellow Woodsorrel

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): In a small patch of woods near my home in Newark, Ohio.

It is on page __N/A___ in Newcomb’s Wildflowers

Common name____________Yellow Woodsorrel______________  Scientific name: _____Oxalis stricta_______

Corolla:  number of petals __5___  separate or  fused? ___separate________

Calyx:    number of sepals __5___ separate or fused?_____separate________

Adroecium: number of stamens __10___ separate, fused or arranged in any special way?

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =__10___)
How can you tell? (Cite the features were apparent about the number of carpels.)

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous?_____epigynous______

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Regular

Additional distinctive features: ___________________Bright yellow color______________________________

 

 

Milkweed

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): In a small patch of woods near my home in Newark, Ohio.

It is on page _264____ in Newcomb’s Wildflowers

Common name_____________Milkweed__________________  Scientific name: ___Asclepias__________________

Corolla:  number of petals __5___  separate or  fused? ____fused_______

Calyx:    number of sepals __5___ separate or fused?_____fused________

Adroecium: number of stamens __5___ separate, fused or arranged in any special way?

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =_2____)
How can you tell? (Cite the features were apparent about the number of carpels.)  Fused

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous?____Hypogynous_______

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Irregular

Additional distinctive features: ____________Prickly and clumped_______________________________

Perennials

This flower was found here (location and habitat/environment): In a small patch of woods near my home in Newark, Ohio.

It is on page _____ in Newcomb’s Wildflowers

Common name________Perennials_______________________  Scientific name: ________Aster____________________

Corolla:  number of petals __12___  separate or  fused? ____separate______

Calyx:    number of sepals __12___ separate or fused?____separate_________

Adroecium: number of stamens __5___ separate, fused or arranged in any special way? Fused

Gynoecium type: unicarpellate, apocarpous, or  syncarpous (and # of carpels =_2____)
How can you tell? (Cite the features were apparent about the number of carpels.)

Flower type/ovary position: Hypogynous, or  perigynous or epigynous?____epigynous_______

Flower symmetry: actinomorphic (regular) or zygomorphic (irregular)? Regular

Additional distinctive features: __________________Sunflower like features_______________________________

 

Thank you for viewing my flowers and I hope you found some enjoyment!