PHOTOGRAPHS OF FLOWERING PLANTS OF THE OZARKS AND THE INTERIOR HIGHLANDS OF NORTH AMERICA

By

Paul L. Redfearn, Jr.  

Species in this list include not only native and adventive plants, but also some commonly encountered ornamental plants.  Plants are listed alphabetically by genus.  

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Taenidia integerrima (L.) Drude, yellow pimpernel [Apiaceae, carrot family]

Talinum calycinum Engelm., fame flower, flame flower, rock pink, large-flower-of-the-hour [Portulacaceae, purslane family]

        = Phemeranthus calycinus (Engelm.) Kiger fide Yatskievych 2013

Tanacetum parthemium Schultz-Bip., Photo1, Photo2, tansy, feverfew [Asteraceae, daisy family]

Taraxacum officinale Weber, flower 1, flower 2, fruits, common dandelion [Asteraceae]

Tephrosia virginiana (L.) Pers., goat's rue, hoary pea, catgut [Fabaceae, bean family]

Tetradium daniellii (Benn.) T. G. Hartley, Korean evodia [Rutaceae, citris family] 

Teucrium canadense L. var. canadense, Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, wood sage, American germander [Lamiaceae, mint family]

Thalia dealbata Roscoe, thalia [Marantiaceae]

Thalictrum dasycarpum Fischer & Avé-Lall., Photo 1, Photo 2, purple meadow rue [Ranunculaceae, buttercup family]

Thelesperma filifolium (Hook.) A. Gray, [Asteraceae, daisy family]

Tilia americana L., Photo 1, Photo 2, Photo 3, bark,  American basswood [Tiliaceae, linden family]

Tilia cordata, Photo 1, Photo 2, Photo 3, basswood, [Tiliaceae, linden family]  

Torilis arvensis (Hudson) Link, Photo 1, Photo 2, hedge parsely, hemlock chervil [Apiaceae, carrot family]

Toxicodendron radicans (L.) Kuntze, Photo 1, Photo 2, Photo 3, Photo 4, poison ivy [Anacardiaceae, cashew family]

Toxicodendron toxicarium (Salisb.) Gillis, eastern poison oak [Anacardiaceae, cashew family]

Tradescantia ernestiana E. S. Anderson & Woodson, spiderwort [Commelinaceae, spiderwort family]

Tradescantia ohiensis Raf., spiderwort [Commelinaceae, spiderwort family]

Tradescantia ozarkana E. S. Anderson & Woodson, Photo 1, Photo 2, spiderwort [Commelinaceae, spiderwort family]

Tradescantia tharpii E. S. Anderson & Woodson, Photo 1, Photo 2, spiderwort [Commelinaceae, spiderwort fa,ily]

Tradescantia virginiana L., spiderwort [Commelinaceae, spiderwort family]

Tragia betonicifolia Nutt., noseburn [Euphorbiaceae, spurge family]  

Tragopogon dubius Scop., flowers, fruits, goat's beard, western salsify [Asteraceae, daisy family]

Trautvetteria caroliniensis (Walter) Vail, Photo 1, Photo 2, false bugbane [Ranunculaceae, buttercup family]  

Trichophorum planifolium (Spreng.) Palla, bashful bulrush [Cyperaceae, sedge family]

Trichostema dichotomum L., bastard pennyroyal [Lamiaceae, mint family]  

Tridens flavus (L.) Hirchc. var. flavus, tall red top {Poaceae, grass family]

Trifolium campestre Schreber, hop clover [Fabaceae, bean family]

Trifolium incarnatum L., Photo 1, Photo 2, crimson clover [Fabaceae, bean family]

Trifolium pratense L., Photo 1, Photo 2, red clover [Fabaceae, bean family]

Trifolium repens L., white clover [Fabaceae, bean family]

Trillium flexipes Raf., white trillium, white wake robin, drooping trillium [Liliaceae, lily family]

Trillium nivale Riddell, snow trillium, dwarf white trillium [Liliaceae, lily family]

Trillium pusillum var. ozarkanum (E. J. Palmer & Steyerm.) Steyerm., Photo 1, Photo 2,  Ozark wake robin [Liliaceae, lily family]  

Trillium recurvatum Beck, prairie trillium, bloody butcher, purple wake robin [Liliaceae, lily family]

Trillium sessile  L., Photo 1, Photo 2, Photo 3, wake robin, toadshade [Liliaceae, lily family]

Trillium viridescens Nutt., Photo 1, Photo 2, green trillium [Liliaceae, lily family]

Triodanis perfoliata (L.) Nieuwl., Photo 1, Photo 2, Venus' looking glass [Campanulaceae, bellflower family]

Triosteum perfoliatum L., Photo 1, Photo 2, Photo 3, Photo 4, common horse gentian, wild coffee, tinker's weed [Caprifoliaceae, honeysuckle family]

Tripsacum dactyloides (L.) L., eastern gamma grass [Poaceae, grass family]

Typha angustifolia L, Photo 1, Photo 2, Photo 3, narrow-leaved cattail [Typhaceae, cattail family]

Typha latifolia L., Photo 1, Photo 2, common cattail [Typhaceae, cattail family]  

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