Welcome to WildflowerID.info!

WELCOME! February 6, 2021: Please note, this website is a work in progress! We have 4 children at home, including a two year and nine month old - so, we are working as much as possible to add new things! As of right now, only about 1/3 of the individual species pages are loaded so far and can be found on the A-Z page - any species there with a link will take you to the page for that species. The rest listed there, are what we are working on - we have the images for them! Just need to get the individual species pages made and uploaded - hopefully we will get many more loaded soon!


You can access two of the popular ID charts here:
Symphyotrichum (Aster) ID chart
Solidago (Goldenrod) ID chart
Thank you for visiting!! We welcome comments and questions!

This website is a photo-based guide to the wildflowers of the continental United States, with a primary focus on those from the Northeast, Central and Southeastern United States, but there are many also included here from the Northwest and the Southwest. For the purposes of this website, "wildflower" means flowering plants that are native to the US, and are not trees or large shrubs. Certain common non-natives are also included on a special page devoted to them.

For each entry, information will be given about the species, as well as pictures of various parts of the plant - like flower, stem, leaves, seed pod, and overall habit of the plant; some species may have additional pictures of things used to help identify them. These photos are all designed to help you find the plant you are looking for so you can properly identify it.

There are currently approximately 800 species listed here, but we are adding new ones all the time, so stay tuned; what is not listed now, might be soon!

We seek to avoid errors in identification, and other areas, but if you find something that you believe to be wrong, please let us know about it!

Please select what type of plant you are looking for. You can choose by:


Color


                    Blue                  Green                   Purple                   Orange


                    Pink                    Red                      Brown                     White


                                                                Yellow


Location


       Northwest                Southwest                Central


               Northeast                Southeast


Or, you can see an A to Z list of every plant here:


   A to Z




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