Common Flowers
The flower contains the plant's reproductive organs, and its function is to produce seeds. After fertilization, portions of the flower develop into a fruit containing the seeds.
Nova Zembla Rhododendron
Nova Zembla Rhododendron
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Calsap Rhododendron
Calsap Rhododendron
Girard's Fuschia Azalea
Girard's Fuschia Azalea
'Weston's Mayflower' Rhododendron
Weston's Mayflower
Hong Kong Rhododendron
Hong Kong Rhododendron
Nova Zembla Rhododendron
Nova Zembla Rhododendron
Peter Tigerstedt Rhododendron
Peter Tigerstedt Rhododendron
Tapestry Rhododendron
Weston's Tapestry Rhododendron
Japanese Azalea - Rhododendron japonicum
Japanese Azalea - Rhododendron japonicum
Cabbage White Butterfly
New England Aster - Symphyotrichum novae-angliae

Yellow Cheerfulness Narcissus
Ox Eye Daisy (invasive)
Ox Eye Daisy

Primrose Rose

Wild Hydrangea
Lead Plant
Lead Plant
Dwarf Dogwood
Dwarf Dogwood
Eastern Prickly Pear
Eastern Prickly Pear Cactus
wild parsnip
Wild parsnip
spiderwort
Spiderwort
Chicory
Chicory

Deptford Pink

Red Clover

Fall Sneezeweed
mock orange flowers
Mock Orange 'Natchez' cultivar's flowers can be 2 inches across
Little-Leaved Clematis - Clematis microphylla
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Common  Flowers
A flower is the reproductive structure found in flowering plants (plants of the division Magnoliophyta, also called angiosperms). The flower contains the plant's reproductive organs, and its function is to produce seeds. After fertilization, portions of the flower develop into a fruit containing the seeds. 
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