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US Wildflower's Database of Green Wildflowers for Colorado

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Example: Enter "lob" in the common name field and you'll get all our species that have "lobelia" in the common name, as well as "sharp-lobed hepatica".
Anemone: Thimbleweed, Tall Anemone
Anemone virginiana*
Anemone virginiana*
(Native) Family: Ranunculaceae - Buttercup family
Bundleflower: Prairie Mimosa, Illinois Bundleflower, Prickleweed, Illinois Desmanthus
Desmanthus illinoensis*
Desmanthus illinoensis*
(Native) Family: Fabaceae - Pea family
Coneflower: Green-headed Coneflower, Cutleaf Coneflower, Golden Glow
Rudbeckia laciniata*
Rudbeckia laciniata*
(Native) Family: Asteraceae - Aster family
Meadow-rue: Western Meadow-rue, Western Meadowrue, Meadow Rue
Thalictrum occidentale
Thalictrum occidentale
(Native) Family: Ranunculaceae - Buttercup family
Plantain: Narrowleaf Plantain, English Plantain, Buckhorn, Lanceleaf Plantain, Ribwort, Buckhorn, Ribgrass
Plantago lanceolata
Plantago lanceolata
(Introduced) Family: Plantaginaceae - Plantain family
Ragweed: Great Ragweed, Buffalo Weed, Horseweed, Giant Ragweed, Tall Ambrosia
Ambrosia trifida*
Ambrosia trifida*
(Native) Family: Asteraceae - Aster family
Ragweed: Common Ragweed, Annual Ragweed, Small Ragweed, Roman Wormwood
Ambrosia artemisiifolia*
Ambrosia artemisiifolia*
(Native) Family: Asteraceae - Aster family

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Example: Enter "lob" in the common name field and you'll get all our species that have "lobelia" in the common name, as well as "sharp-lobed hepatica".

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Updated Feb 6, 2017