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The NORTHERN WILDFLOWERS COLLECTION
Stained Glass Designs by Gina Mohammed


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Descriptions of the Northern Wildflowers


Arrowhead Arrowhead
Named for its obvious arrow-shaped leaves, the Arrowhead is a common aquatic plant which can be found in marshes and swamps, and along the edges of ponds and streams.  It blooms from July to September.

Black-eyed Susan Black-eyed Susan
The Black-eyed Susan grows in cheery clusters about 3 feet tall and can be found in fields and along roadsides.  It blooms from June to October.  This beauty is the State Flower of Maryland.

Blue Flag Iris Blue Flag Iris
The Blue Flag Iris grows in swamps and marshes, and along freshwater shorelines.  It blooms from late spring to early summer.

Bunchberry Bunchberry
The dainty little Bunchberry grows in mossy woods and cool forests, usually in large patches.  It blooms from May to July.

Butterwort Butterwort
The Butterwort is an insect-eating perennial that grows in fens, bogs, swamps, and other wetlands along the northwest coast of North America.  It blooms from June to July.

Calypso (Fairy Slipper) Calypso (Fairy Slipper) Orchid
The Calypso (or Fairy Slipper) is a delicately-perfumed orchid (apparently quite rare) which grows mainly in the duff of moist coniferous woods or by cool shady streams.  It blooms from May to July.

Columbine Columbine
The Columbine (a favourite of hummingbirds) can be found on rocky slopes and in thin open woodlands.  It blooms from April to July.  A blue variation is the State Flower of Colorado.

Common Blue Violet Common Blue Violet
The Common Blue Violet thrives in damp woods and moist meadows.  It blooms early, from March to June.  It is the State Flower of New Jersey, Rhode Island, Illinois, and Wisconsin.

Dutchman's Breeches Dutchman's Breeches
The Dutchman's Breeches is so named because its rows of white blossoms resemble little Dutch pantaloons.  It blooms from April to May in rich woodlands across eastern North America.

Evening Primrose Evening Primrose
The Evening Primrose takes two years to complete its life cycle.  Its leaves form during the first year, and flowering occurs in the second.  The Evening Primrose blooms from June to September, but each flower usually lasts for only a single night!

Fire Pink Fire Pink
Despite its name, the Fire Pink is a brilliant red colour.  It lives in open woods, in thickets, and on rocky or sandy slopes.  Fire Pink blooms from April to June.

Flame Azalea Flame Azalea
The Flame Azalea grows in dry open woods and in high mountain areas.  It blooms from May to June.

Grass Pink Grass Pink
The Grass Pink (an orchid) grows throughout Appalachia in bogs or meadows with wet acidic soils.  It blooms from June to August.

Great Blue Lobelia Great Blue Lobelia
The Great Blue Lobelia grows in wet ground and swamps in the eastern half of North America.  It blooms from August to September.

Jack-in-the-Pulpit Jack-in-the-Pulpit
The Jack-in-the-Pulpit grows in rich leaf-strewn woodlands.  It blooms from April to July and produces a cluster of red berries.

Jewelweed Jewelweed
The Jewelweed (a touch-me-not) is so named because of the way dewdrops hang like jewels from its drooping leaves on humid nights.  It grows in wet woods and meadows, and blooms from June to October.

Lady's Slipper Lady's Slipper (Various)
The Lady's Slipper grows in shady bogs, swamps, and rich woodlands.  It blooms from April to August.  The pink variety is the State Flower of Minnesota and New Hampshire and also the Provincial Flower of Prince Edward Island.

Pacific Dogwood Pacific Dogwood
The Pacific Dogwood varies from most dogwoods in that it has five to seven "petals" (actually bracts) rather than the usual four.  It blooms in spring and early summer, then again in autumn.  This dogwood is the Provincial Flower of British Columbia.

Pale Corydalis Pale Corydalis
The odd-looking Pale Corydalis usually grows in rocky outcrops, disturbed or burned areas, and along roadsides.  It blooms from May to September.

Shooting Star Shooting Star
The Shooting Star can be found in western North America from coastal plains to mountain meadows.  Each variety has its own shade of red, deep pink, or magenta.  Shooting Stars bloom from April to August.

Showy Orchis Showy Orchis
The Showy Orchis grows in lush damp woods and around swamp margins.  This fragrant orchid blooms from April to June and produces a rich sugary syrup.

Violet Harebell Violet Harebell
The Violet Harebell is a perennial herb that grows in clusters in open rocky areas, meadows, and shores.  It blooms from June to September.

Virginia Bluebell Virginia Bluebell
The little Virginia Bluebell grows in moist woods and occasionally in meadows.  It blooms from March to June.

Water Lily Water Lily
The Water Lily is a fragrant aquatic plant that floats in ponds and still waters while anchored to the bottom by long stems. It blooms in the mornings from June to September.



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White Trillium
 
White Trillium
The White Trillium grows in rich woods and thickets, producing a large red seed pod by summer.  Blooming from April to June, it is the Provincial Flower of Ontario.  And it looks spectacular in glass!






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Stained Glass Designs by Gina Mohammed

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