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thumbnail imageon mapSymplocarpus foetidus (Skunk-cabbage)

Family: Arum Family Habit: herbaceous Flowers: red Nativity: E North America Hardiness: USDA Zone 3 Soil: Wet or damp humus rich soils. Light: partial shade

thumbnail imageon mapTaraxacum officinale (Common Dandelion)

Family: Aster Family Habit: herbaceous Nativity: Circumboreal Hardiness: USDA Zone 3 Soil: Will grow in even the most adverse urban soils; however develops better flavor in deep rich soils Light: sun

thumbnail imageon mapTeucrium canadense (Canada Germander)

Family: Mint Family Habit: herbaceous Nativity: North America

on mapThalictrum pubescens (Tall Meadow-rue)

Family: Buttercup Family Habit: herbaceous Nativity: C & E North America & Australia

thumbnail imageon mapThelypteris palustris (Marsh Fern)

Family: Polypody Family Habit: herbaceous; fern Nativity: E North America

thumbnail imageon mapThermopsis villosa (Thermopsis)

Family: Bean Family Habit: herbaceous Flowers: yellow Nativity: E United States Hardiness: USDA Zone 6 Soil: Average, well-drained. Light: sun, partial shade

thumbnail imageon mapThlaspi alliaceum (Roadside Pennycress)

Family: Mustard Family Habit: herbaceous Nativity: S Europe, Tropical Africa & Turkey

thumbnail imageon mapThlaspi arvense (Field Pennycress)

Family: Mustard Family Habit: herbaceous Nativity: Europe & SW Asia

thumbnail imageon mapTiarella cordifolia (Foam-flower)

Family: Saxifrage Family Habit: herbaceous Flowers: white Nativity: E & C North America Hardiness: USDA Zone 5 Soil: In a slightly acidic, humus-rich, moist, and well-drained soil. Light: partial shade, shade

thumbnail imageon mapTradescantia ohiensis (Ohio Spiderwort)

Family: Spiderwort Family Habit: herbaceous Flowers: purple Nativity: C & E North America Hardiness: USDA Zone 4 Soil: Well-drained soil. Light: sun, partial shade

thumbnail imageon mapTridens flavus (Purpletop Tridens)

Family: Grass Family Habit: herbaceous Nativity: North America Light: partial shade

on mapTrifolium arvense (Hare-foot Clover)

Family: Bean Family Habit: herbaceous Nativity: Africa, Asia & Europe

thumbnail imageon mapTrifolium aureum (Golden Clover)

Family: Bean Family Habit: herbaceous Flowers: yellow Nativity: Europe & Temperate Asia

thumbnail imageon mapTrifolium campestre (Smaller Hop Clover)

Family: Bean Family Habit: herbaceous Nativity: Europe, N Africa & W Asia

thumbnail imageon mapTrifolium dubium (Least Hop Clover)

Family: Bean Family Habit: herbaceous Nativity: Europe, N Africa & W Asia

thumbnail imageon mapTrifolium hybridum (Alsike Clover)

Family: Bean Family Habit: herbaceous Nativity: Europe, N Africa & W Asia

thumbnail imageon mapTrifolium pratense (Red Clover)

Family: Bean Family Habit: herbaceous Nativity: Europe, N Africa & Asia

thumbnail imageon mapTrifolium repens (White Clover)

Family: Bean Family Habit: herbaceous Nativity: Europe, N Africa & Asia

thumbnail imageon mapTrillium (Trillium)

Family: Bunchflower Family Habit: herbaceous Soil: Trilliums prefer rich, moist circumneutral soils. They benefit from a yearly application of lime when growing in acidic soils. Light: partial shade

thumbnail imageon mapTrillium luteum (Yellow Trillium)

Family: Bunchflower Family Habit: herbaceous Flowers: yellow Nativity: SE United States Hardiness: USDA Zone 5 Soil: Moist, humus rich, moderately acid to neutral conditions. Light: partial shade, shade

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