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Celandine (Chelidonium majus). A straggler from Europe now common along roadsides in eastern U. S. Blooms April to September. Its juice is a strong yellow dye.

Black-eyed Susan, or Cone-flower (Rudbeckea hirta). In fields Quebec to the Plains and southward. Blooms May to September.

Yellow Star-grass (Hypoxis hirsuta). In dry soil, Maine to the Plains and southward. Blooms May to October.

Jewelweed, Touch-me-not, or Silverleaf (Impatiens biflora). In moist ground, Nova Scotia to Alaska and southward. Blooms July to October.

Yellow Toadflax, or Butter and Eggs (Linaria Linaria). In dry waste places, Nova Scotia to Manitoba and south to the Middle States. Blooms June to October.

Evening Primrose (Onagra biennis). In dry soil, Labrador to the Rockies and south to Florida. Blooms from June to October. Opens chiefly at night.

Adder's Tongue, or Dog-tooth Violet (Erythronium Americanum). In moist woods, Nova Scotia to Minnesota and southward. One of the earliest spring flowers; blooms March to May. Possibly the name was Adderstung, from the blotched appearance of the leaves.

Yellow Lady's Slipper (Cypripedium hirsutum). In woods, Newfoundland to British. Columbia and southward at least to Middle States. A smaller variety is recognized. It blooms May to July.

Goldenrod (Solidago Canadensis) Found from Atlantic to the Plains and southward. The emblem flower of America. Blooms August to November. There are some fifty species of Goldenrod recognized in America, so that it is expert work to classify them.

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