Wildflowers of Soldiers Delight

Wildflowers of Soldiers Delight

The Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area, consists of about convert|1900|acre|km2 of land in Owings Mills, Maryland, USA. cite web
url = http://www.dnr.state.md.us/publiclands/central/soldiers.html
title = Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area
accessdate = 2007-12-23
author = Maryland Department of Natural Resources
authorlink = Maryland Department of Natural Resources
date = August 15, 2007
format = HTML
publisher = Patapsco Valley State Park
] cite web
url = http://www.dnr.state.md.us/publiclands/central/soldiersguide.html
title = Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area
accessdate = 2007-12-23
author = Maryland Department of Natural Resources
authorlink = Maryland Department of Natural Resources
date = August 15, 2007
format = HTML
work = Trail Guide
publisher = Patapsco Valley State Park
] cite web
url = http://www.mgs.md.gov/esic/features/soldiers.html
title = Soldiers Delight Serpentine Barrens, Baltimore County
accessdate = 2007-12-23
author = Bob Conkwright, Division of Coastal and Estuarine Geology
format = HTML
work = Maryland's Geologic Features
publisher = Maryland Department of Natural Resources
] Much of the area of Soldiers Delight contains a serpentine barren that contains a number of rare and endangered species of plants.cite web
url = http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2001AM/finalprogram/abstract_18946.htm
title = Soldiers delight natural environment area, Maryland, USA: Toward preservation of a rare, serpentinite-based ecosystem
accessdate = 2007-12-23
author = Flanagan-Brown, Riley E., Geological Society of America
authorlink = Geological Society of America
date = November 6, 2001
format = HTML
work = GSA Annual Meeting, November 5-8, 2001
publisher = Johns Hopkins University
] cite web
url = http://www.dnr.state.md.us/wildlife/serpentine.asp
title = Natural Communities - Serpentine Grasslands
accessdate = 2007-12-23
author = Ann Prince, Josephine Thoms, John Prince
authorlink = Maryland Department of Natural Resources
date = October 22, 2004
format = HTML
work = Learn More About It
publisher = Wildlife and Heritage Service, National Office of The Nature Conservancy

The following list of herbaceous plants is based greatly on the work of Ed Uebel cite web
url = http://home.comcast.net/~ed_uebel/SD_plants.html
title = - - An Ongoing Survey - -
accessdate = 2007-12-23
author = Ed Uebel
format = HTML
work = The Botanical Diversity of Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area
] and comes from the publications by Fleming et al. 1995,cite book
coauthors = Fleming, Cristol, Marion B. Lobstein, and Barbara Tufty
title = Finding Wildflowers in the Washington-Baltimore Area
year = 1995
publisher = The Johns Hopkins University Press
location = Baltimore and London
pages = 312 pages
] Monteferrante 1973, cite paper
first =Frank
last = Monteferrante
authorlink =Towson University
title = Phytosociological Study of Soldiers Delight, Baltimore County, Maryland
publisher =Towson State College, Towson, Maryland.
date = 1973
] Reed 1984, cite book
last = Reed
first = Clyde F.
title = Floras of the Serpentinite Formations in Eastern North America, with descriptions of geomorphology and mineralogy of the formations
year = 1984
publisher = Reed Herbarium
location = Baltimore Maryland
] Wennerstrom 1995, cite book
last =Wennerstrom
first =Jack
author-link =Pittsburg State University
title =Soldiers Delight Journal - Exploring a Globally Rare Ecosystem
year = 1995
publisher = University of Pittsburg Press
location = Pittsburg and London
pages = 247 pages
] and the unpublished data by Worthley 1955-1985.cite book
last = Worthley
first = Elmer G.
title = List of Plants of Soldier's Delight
date = 1955-1985
publisher = Unpublished

List of Wildflowers of the Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area.

Division Magnoliophyta - Angiosperms

Class Magnoliopsida - Dicotyledons

Amaranthaceae - (Amaranth Family)
*"Amaranthus retroflexus" L. - Pigweed

Apiaceae - (Carrot Family)
*"Daucus carota" L. - Queen Anne's Lace

Apocynaceae - (Dogbane Family)
*Apocynoideae - Subfamily
**"Apocynum androsaemifolium" L. - Spreading Dogbane
**"Apocynum cannabinum" L. - Indian Hemp

*Asclepiadoideae - Subfamily
**"Asclepias amplexicaulis" Sm. - Blunt-leaved Milkweed
**"Asclepias incarnata" L. - Swamp Milkweed
**"Asclepias syriaca" L. - Common Milkweed
**"Asclepias verticillata" L. - Whorled Milkweed
**"Asclepias viridiflora" Raf. - Green Milkweed

Asteraceae - (Aster Family)
*"Achillea millefolium" L. - Yarrow
*"Ambrosia artemisiifolia" L. - Common Ragweed
*"Ambrosia trifida" L. - Giant Ragweed [M, Wo]
*"Anaphalis margaritacea" (L.) Benth. & Hook. - Pearly Everlasting
*"Antennaria plantaginifolia" (L.) Richardson - Plantain-leaf Pussytoes
*"Anthemis arvensis" L. - Field Chamomile
*"Anthemis cotula" L. - Mayweed, Dogfennel
*"Aster tataricus" L.f. - Tatarian Aster
*"Bidens bipinnata" L. - Spanish Needles
*"Bidens frondosa" L. - Devil's beggartick
*"Bidens polylepis" Blake - Tickseed Sunflower
*"Carduus nutans" L. - Musk thistle
*"Leucanthemum vulgare" L. - Ox-eye Daisy
*"Chrysanthemum parthenium" (L.) Bernh. - Feverfew
*"Chrysopsis mariana" (L.) Ell. - Maryland Golden Aster
*"Cichorium intybus" L. – Chicory
*"Cirsium arvense" (L.) Scop. - Canada Thistle
*"Cirsium discolor" (Muhl.) Sprengel - Field Thistle [Hand-out]
*"Cirsium horridulum" Michx. - Yellow Thistle
*"Cirsium muticum" Michx. - Swamp Thistle
*"Conyza canadensis" (L.) Cronq. - Horseweed
*"Erechtites hieracifolia" (L.) Raf. - Pilewort, Fireweed
*"Erigeron annuus" (L.) Pers. - Daisy or Annual Fleabane
*"Erigeron pulchellus" Michx. - Robin's Plantain
*"Erigeron strigosus" Muhl. "ex" Wild - Daisy Fleabane
*"Eupatorium altissimum" L. - Tall Thoroughwort
*"Eupatorium aromaticum" L. - Aromatic Thoroughwort
*"Eupatorium fistulosum" Barratt - Joe-Pye Weed
*"Eupatorium perfoliatum" L. - Boneset
*"Eupatorium rugosum" Houttuyn. - White Snakeroot
*"Eupatorium sessilifolium" L. - Upland Boneset
*"Eurybia divaricata" (L.) G.L. Nesom (Syn. "Aster divaricatus") - White Wood Aster
*"Eurybia schreberi" (Nees) Nees (Syn. "Aster schreberi") - Schreber's Aster
*"Euthamia graminifolia" (L.) Nutt. (Syn. "Solidago graminifolia") - Lance-leaf Goldenrod
*"Galinsoga quadriradiata" Ruiz & Pavon - Galinsoga
*"Helenium autumnale" L. - Yellow Sneezeweed
*"Helianthus annuus" L. - Sunflower
*"Helianthus decapetalus" L. - Thin-leaf Sunflower
*"Heliopsis helianthoides" (L.) Sweet - Ox-eye
*"Hieracium caespitosum" Dumort - Yellow King Devil
*"Hieracium gronovii" L. - Hairy Hawkweed
*"Hieracium paniculatum" L. - Panicled Hawkweed
*"Hieracium scabrum" Michx. - Rough Hawkweed]
*"Hieracium venosum" L. - Rattlesnake Weed]
*"Ionactis linariifolius" (L.) Greene (Syn. "Aster linariifolius") - Flax-leaf White-top Aster
*"Krigia virginica" (L.) Willd. – Dwarf Dandelion
*"Lactuca saligna" L. – Willow-leaf Lettuce
*"Lactuca serriola" L. – Prickly Lettuce
*"Liatris graminifolia" Willd. – Grass-leaf Blazing-star
*"Liatris spicata" (L.) Willd. - Spiked Blazing-star {G5, S1}
*"Matricaria discoidea" D.C. – Pineapple Weed
*"Mikania scandens" (L.) Willd. – Climbing Hempweed
*"Oclemena acuminata" (Michx.) Greene (Syn. "Aster acuminatus") - Whorled Wood Aster
*"Packera anonyma" (A. Wood) W.A. Weber & A. Löve (Syn. "Senecio smallii, Senecio anonymus") - Southern Ragwort
*"Packera paupercula" (Michx.) A. Löve & D. Löve (Syn. "Senecio balsamitae, Senecio pauperculus") - Balsam Ragwort, Balsam Groundsel
*"Pseudognaphalium obtusifolium" (L.) Hilliard & Burtt (Syn. "Gnaphalium obtusifolium") - Rabbit-tobacco, Sweet Everlasting, Fragrant Cudweed
*"Rudbeckia hirta" L. – Black-eyed Susan
*"Rudbeckia laciniata" L. – Cutleaf coneflower, Green-head Coneflower
*"Rudbeckia triloba" L. – Three-lobed Coneflower
*"Sericocarpus asteroides" (L.) B.S.P. (Syn. "Aster paternus") - Toothed White-top Aster
*"Solidago bicolor" L. - Silver-rod
*"Solidago caesia" L. - Blue-stemmed Goldenrod
*"Solidago canadensis" L. - Canada Goldenrod
*"Solidago canadensis" L. var. "scabra" T. & G. - Tall Goldenrod
*"Solidago gigantea" Ait. - Late Goldenrod
*"Solidago hispida" Muhl. - Hispid Goldenrod{G5, SH, X}
*"Solidago juncea" Aiton - Early Goldenrod
*"Solidago nemoralis" Aiton - Gray Goldenrod
*"Solidago patula" Muhl. - Rough-leaved Goldenrod
*"Solidago rigida" L. - Stiff Goldenrod
*"Solidago rugosa" Mill. - Wrinkle-leaf Goldenrod
*"Solidago stricta" Ait. - Willow-leaf Goldenrod
*"Solidago ulmifolia" Muhl. "ex" Willd. - Elm-leaf Goldenrod
*"Taraxacum officinale" Weber - Dandelion
*"Symphyotrichum cordifolium" (L.) G.L. Nesom (Syn. "Aster cordifolius") - Common Blue Wood Aster
*"Symphyotrichum depauperatum" (Fern.) G.L. Nesom (Syn. "Aster depauperatus") - Eastern Serpentine Aster {G2, S1, E}
*"Symphyotrichum dumosum" (L.) G.L. Nesom (Syn. "Aster dumosum") - Rice Button Aster
*"Symphyotrichum ericoides" (L.) G.L. Nesom (Syn. "Aster ericoides") - White Heath Aster
*"Symphyotrichum laeve" (L.) A. Löve & D. Löve (Syn. "Aster laevis") - Smooth Blue Aster
*"Symphyotrichum lateriflorum" (L.) A. Löve & D. Löve (Syn. "Aster lateriflorus") - Calico Aster
*"Symphyotrichum novae-angliae" (L.) G.L. Nesom (Syn. "Aster novae-angliae") - New England Aster
*"Symphyotrichum novi-belgii" (L.) G.L. Nesom (Syn. "Aster novi-belgii") - New York Aster
*"Symphyotrichum patens" (Ait.) G.L. Nesom (Syn. "Aster patens") - Late Purple Aster
*"Symphyotrichum pilosum" (Willd.) G.L. Nesom (Syn. "Aster pilosus") - Hairy White Heath Aster
*"Symphyotrichum racemosum" (Ell.) G.L. Nesom (Syn. "Aster racemosus") - Smooth White Oldfield Aster
*"Symphyotrichum undulatum" (L.) G.L. Nesom (Syn. "Aster undulatus") - Wavy-leaf Aster
*"Verbesina alternifolia" (L.) Britton - Wingstem
*"Vernonia noveboracensis" (L.) Michx. - New York Ironweed

Balsaminaceae - (Touch-me-not Family)
*"Impatiens capensis" Meerb. – Common Jewelweed

Boraginaceae - (Borage Family)
*"Echium vulgare" L. - Viper's Bugloss

Brassicaceae - (Mustard Family)
*"Arabidopsis thaliana" (L.) Heynh. - Mouse-ear Cress
*"Arabis lyrata" L. - Lyre-leaved Rock Cress
*"Barbarea vulgaris" R. Br. - Winter Cress
*"Camelina microcarpa" Andrz. - Small-fruited False-flax
*"Cardamine angustata" O.E. Schulz (Syn. "Dentaria heterophylla") - Slender Toothwort
*"Cardamine hirsuta" L. - Hairy Bitter-cress
*"Draba verna" L. - Spring Draba, Whitlow-grass
*"Lepidium campestre" (L.) R.Br. - Field Peppergrass
*"Lepidium virginicum" L. - Wild Peppergrass

Campanulaceae - (Bellflower Family)
*"Lobelia cardinalis" L. - Cardinal flower
*"Lobelia inflata" L. - Indian Tobacco
*"Lobelia siphilitica" L. - Great Lobelia [F, M, We]
*"Lobelia spicata" Lam. - Spiked Lobelia
*"Triodanis perfoliata" (L.) Nieuwl. (Syn. "Specularia perfoliata") - Clasping Venus' Looking-glass

Caryophyllaceae - (Pink Family)
*"Cerastium arvense" L. var. "villosissimum" (Muhl. "ex" Darl.) Hollick & Britt. (Syn. "Cerastium arvense" L. var. "villosissimum" Pennell - Serpentine Chickweed
*"Cerastium vulgatum" L. - Common Mouse-ear Chickweed
*"Dianthus armeria" L. - Deptford Pink
*"Silene antirrhina" L. - Sleepy Catchfly
*"Silene caroliniana" Walter - Wild Pink
*"Silene latifolia" Poiret - White Campion
*"Stellaria media" (L.) Vill. - Common Chickweed

Chenopodiaceae - (Goosefoot Family)
*"Chenopodium album" L. - Lamb's quarters

Cistaceae - (Rockrose Family)
*"Helianthemum bicknellii" Fern. - Hairy Frostweed {G5, S1, E}
*"Lechea minor" L. - Thyme-leaved Pinweed

Clusiaceae - (Mangosteen Family)
*"Hypericum canadense" L. - Canadian St. John's Wort
*"Hypericum denticulatum" Walt. - Coppery St. John's Wort {G5, S2, T}
*"Hypericum gentianoides" (L.) BSP. - Pinweed [F, M]
*"Hypericum mutilum" L. - Dwarf St. John's Wort
*"Hypericum perforatum" L. - St. John's Wort
*"Hypericum punctatum" Lam. - Spotted St. John's Wort
*"Hypericum virginicum" L. - Marsh St. John's Wort

Convolvulaceae - (Morning glory Family)
*"Calystegia spithamea" (L.) Pursh. - Low Bindweed {G4, S2}
*"Convolvulus arvensis" L. - Field Bindweed
*"Cuscuta gronovii" Willd. - Common Dodder

Ericaceae - (Heath Family)
*"Epigaea repens" L. - Trailing Arbutus
*"Monotropa uniflora" L. - Indian Pipe

Fabaceae - (Bean Family)
*"Baptisia tinctoria" (L.) R. Brown - Wild Indigo
*"Chamaecrista fasciculata" (Michx.) Greene (Syn. "Cassia fasciculata") - Large-flowered Partridge Pea
*"Chamaecrista nictitans" (L.) Moench. (Syn. "Cassia nictitans") - Wild Sensitive Plant
*"Crotalaria sagittalis" L. - Rattlebox
*"Desmodium canadense" (L.) DC. - Showy Tick-trefoil
*"Desmodium ciliare" (Muhl.) DC. - Hairy Small-leaf Tick-trefoil
*"Desmodium cuspidatum" (Muhl.) Loudon - Large-bracted Tick-trefoil
*"Desmodium lineatum" (Michx.) DC. - Linear-leaved Tick-trefoil {G5,S1,E}
*"Desmodium marilandicum" (L.) DC. - Smooth Small-leaved Tick-trefoil
*"Desmodium nudiflorum" (L.) DC. - Naked-flowered Tick-trefoil
*"Desmodium paniculatum" (L.) DC. - Panicled Tick-trefoil
*"Desmodium rigidum" (Ell.) DC. - Rigid Tick-trefoil {G?, S1, E}
*"Lathyrus latifolius" L. - Everlasting pea
*"Lespedeza cuneata" (Dumont) G. Don - Chinese Lespedeza
*"Lespedeza stipulacea" Maxim. - Korean Bushclover
*"Lespedeza virginica" L. - Slender Bushclover
*"Medicago lupulina" L. - Black Medic
*"Melilotus albus" Desr. - White Sweet Clover
*"Melilotus officinalis" Desr. - Yellow Sweet Clover
*"Strophostyles umbellata" (Muhl.) Britton - Pink Wild Bean
*"Trifolium aureum" Pollich - Large Hop Trefoil
*"Trifolium dubium" Sibth. - Little Hop Clover
*"Trifolium pratense" L. - Red Clover
*"Vicia angustifolia" Reichard - Narrow-leaved Vetch

Gentianaceae - (Gentian Family)
*"Gentianopsis crinita" (Froelich) Ma (Syn. "Gentiana crinita") - Fringed Gentian {G5, S1, E}
*"Sabatia angularis" (L.) Pursh. - Rose Pink
*"Sabatia calycina" (Lam.) A.A. Heller -

Lamiaceae - (Mint Family)
*"Cunila origanoides" (L.) Britton - Common Dittany
*"Glechoma hederacea" L. - Ground-ivy
*"Lamium amplexicaule" L.- Henbit
*"Lamium purpureum" L. - Red Deadnettle
*"Prunella vulgaris" L. - Heal-all, Self-heal
*"Pycnanthemum flexuosum" (Walter) BSP - Mountain-mint
*"Pycnanthemum tenuifolium" Schrader - Narrow-leaved Mountain-mint
*"Scutellaria integrifolia" L. - Hyssop Skullcap
*"Trichostema brachiatum" L. (Syn. "Isanthus brachiatus") - False Pennyroyal, Fluxweed

Linaceae - (Flax Family)
*"Linum medium" (Planch.) Britton - Common Yellow Flax
*"Linum sulcatum" Riddel - Grooved Yellow Flax {G5, S1, E}
*"Linum virginianum" L. - Virginia Yellow Flax

Lythraceae - (Loosestrife Family)
*"Cuphea viscosissima" Jacq. - Clammy Cuphea

Melastomataceae - (Meadow-beauty Family)
*"Rhexia mariana" L. - Maryland Meadow Beauty

Onagraceae - (Evening Primrose Family)
*"Epilobium coloratum" Biehler - Purple-leaved Willow-herb
*"Oenothera biennis" L. - Common Evening Primrose
*"Oenothera fruticosa" L. - Sundrops
*"Oenothera perennis" L. - Small Sundrops
*"Oenothera tetragona" Roth - Northern Sundrops

Oxalidaceae - (Wood-sorrel Family)
*"Oxalis dillenii" Jacquin - Southern Yellow Wood-sorrel
*"Oxalis stricta" L. - Common Yellow Wood-sorrel
*"Oxalis violacea" L. - Violet Wood-sorrel [EU]

Papaveraceae - (Poppy Family)
*"Sanguinaria canadensis" L. - Bloodroot

Phytolaccaceae - (Pokeweed Family)
*"Phytolacca americana" L. - Pokeweed

Plantaginaceae - (Plantain Family)
*"Plantago aristata" Michx. - Bracted Plantain
*"Plantago lanceolata" L. - Ribwort Plantain
*"Plantago rugelii" Dcne. - Broad-leaved Plantain

Polemoniaceae - (Phlox Family)
*"Phlox subulata" L. - Moss Phlox, Moss Pink

Polygalaceae - (Milkwort Family)
*"Polygala verticillata" L. - Whorled Milkwort

Polygonaceae - (Buckwheat Family)
*"Polygonum pensylvanicum" L. - Pennsylvania Smartweed
*"Polygonum tenue" Michx. - Slender Knotweed
*"Rumex crispus" L. - Curley Dock

Portulacaceae - (Purslane Family)
*"Claytonia virginica" L. - Eastern spring beauty
*"Talinum teretifolium" Pursh - Flameflower {G4, S1}

Primulaceae - (Primrose Family)
*"Anagallis arvensis" L. - Scarlet Pimpernel

Pyrolaceae - (Shinleaf Family)
*"Chimaphila maculata" (L.) Pursh. - Spotted Wintergreen
*"Chimaphila umbellata" (L.) Barton - Pipsissewa

Ranunculaceae - (Buttercup Family)
*"Anemone quinquefolia" L. - Wood Anemone
*"Cimicifuga racemosa" (L.) Nutt. - Black cohosh
*"Clematis virginiana" L. - Virgin's Bower [Hand-out]
*"Hepatica americana" (DC.) KerGawler - Round-lobed Hepatica
*"Thalictrum thalictroides" (L.) Eames & Boivin - Rue anemone

Rosaceae - (Rose Family)
*"Potentilla canadensis" L. - Dwarf Cinquefoil
*"Potentilla norvegica" L. - Rough Cinquefoil
*"Potentilla recta" L. - Rough-fruited Cinquefoil
*"Potentilla simplex" Michx. - Common Cinquefoil
*"Sanguisorba canadensis" L. - Canadian Burnet {G5, S2, T}

Rubiaceae - (Madder Family)
*"Houstonia caerulea" L. (Syn. "Hedyotis caerulea") - Bluets, Quaker Ladies
*"Houstonia purpurea" L. (Syn. "Hedyotis purpurea") - Large Houstonia [Hand-out]

Santalaceae - (Sandalwood Family)
*"Comandra umbellata" (L.) Nutt. - Bastard Toadflax

Saxifragaceae - (Saxifrage Family)
*"Saxifraga virginiensis" Michx. - Early Saxifrage

Scrophulariaceae - (Figwort Family)
*"Agalinis acuta" Pennell - Sandplain Gerardia {G1, S1, E, LE}
*"Agalinis fasciculata" (Ell.) Raf. - Fascicled Agalinis {G5,S1,E}
*"Agalinis obtusifolia" Raf. - Blunt-leaf Agalinus {G4,S1, E}
*"Agalinis purpurea" (L.) Pinnell - Purple Gerardia
*"Agalinis tenuifolia" (M. Vahl) Raf. - Slender Gerardia
*"Aureolaria pedicularia" (L.) Raf. - Fern-leaved False-foxglove
*"Chelone glabra" L. - White Turtlehead
*"Linaria vulgaris" Hill. - Butter and eggs
*"Mimulus ringens" L. - Square-stemmed Monkey Flower
*"Penstemon digitalis" Nutt. - Foxglove, Tall White Beard-tongue
*"Verbascum blattaria" L. - Moth Mullein
*"Verbascum thapsus" L. - Common Mullein
*"Veronica arvensis" L. - Corn Speedwell
*"Veronica hederifolia" L. - Ivy-leaf Speedwell
*"Veronica officinalis" L. - Heath Speedwell
*"Veronica peregrina" L. - Purslane Speedwell
*"Veronica persica" Poiret - Persian Speedwell, Bird's-eye Speedwell
*"Veronica serpyllifolia" L. - Thyme-leaf Speedwell

Solanaceae - (Nightshade Family)
*"Solanum carolinense" L. - Carolina horsenettle
*"Solanum dulcamara" L. - Bittersweet

Urticaceae - (Nettle Family)
*"Laportea canadensis" (L.) Gray - Wood-nettle

Violaceae - (Violet Family)
*"Viola palmata" L. - Palmate-leaved Violet
*"Viola pedata" L. - Bird's-foot Violet (lilac & bicolor)
*"Viola rotundifolia" Michx. - Yellow Violet
*"Viola sagittata" Aiton (Syn. "V. fimbriatula") - Arrow-leaf Violet
*"Viola sororia" Willd. (Syn. "V. papilionacea") - Common Blue Violet

Class Liliopsida - Monocotyledons

Amaryllidaceae - (Amaryllis Family)
*"Hypoxis hirsuta" (L.) Coville - Yellow Stargrass

Araceae - (Arum Family)
*"Acorus calamus" L. - Sweet Flag, Calamus
*"Arisaema triphyllum" (L.) Schott - Jack-in-the-Pulpit
*"Orontium aquaticum" L. - Golden Club
*"Symplocarpus foetidus" (L.) Nutt.- Eastern Skunk Cabbage

Commelinaceae - (Spiderwort Family)
*"Commelina communis" L.- Asiatic Dayflower
*"Tradescantia virginiana" L. - Spiderwort

Dioscoreaceae - (Yam Family)
*"Dioscorea villosa" L. - Wild yam

Iridaceae - (Iris Family)
*"Sisyrinchium angustifolium" Mill.- Stout Blue-eyed Grass
*"Sisyrinchium atlanticum" Bick. -
*"Sisyrinchium mucronatum" Michx. - Slender Blue-eyed Grass

Lemnaceae - (Duckweed Family)
*"Lemna minor" L. - Smaller Duckweed
*"Spirodela polyrhiza" (L.) Schleid. - Greater Duckweed

Liliaceae - (Lily Family)
*"Allium canadense" L. - Meadow Garlic
*"Allium vineale" L. - Crow Garlic
*"Asparagus officinalis" L. - Garden Asparagus
*"Hemerocallis fulva" L. - Orange Daylily
*"Lilium superbum" L. - Turk's-cap Lily
*"Ornithogalum umbellatum" L. - Star-of-Bethlehem
*"Polygonatum biflorum" (Walt.) Ell. - Smooth Solomon's-seal
*"Maianthemum racemosum" (L.) Link Syn. "Smilicina racemosa" - False Solomon's Seal
*"Veratrum viride" Ait. - Green false hellebore

Orchidaceae - (Orchid Family)
*"Cypripedium acaule" Aiton - Pink Lady's Slipper
*"Goodyera pubescens" (Willd.) R. Br. - Downy Rattlesnake Plantain
*"Liparis loeselii" (L.) Richard - Loesel's Twayblade
*"Orchis spectabilis" L. - Showy Orchis
*"Spiranthes cernua" (L.) Richard - Nodding Ladies'-tresses
*"Spiranthes lacera" (Raf.) Raf. (Syn. "S. gracilis") - Slender Ladies'-tresses

Smilacaceae - (Greenbrier Family)
*"Smilax herbacea" L. - Carrion Flower


Additional reading

*cite book
last = Uebel
first = Edward C.
title = Maryland Bryophytes Collected by Elmer G. Worthley
url = http://www.mdflora.org/publications/bryophytescoll.html
year = 2000
publisher = The Maryland Native Plant Society
location = P.O. Box 4877, Silver Spring, Maryland 20914
pages = 100 pages

*cite book
coauthors = Brown, Melvin L. and Russell G. Brown
title = Herbaceous Plants of Maryland
year = 1984
publisher = Port City Press
location = Baltimore, Maryland
pages = 1127 pages

*cite book
last = Davis
first = Charles A.
title = List of Plants of Soldier's Delight
year = 2004
publisher = Unpublished

*cite book
coauthors = Gleason, Henry A., and Arthur Cronquist
title = Manual of Vascular Plants of Northeastern United States and Adjacent Canada
edition = Second Edition
year = 1991
publisher = The New York Botanical Garden
location = Bronx, New York
pages = 910 pages

*cite web
url = http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=h&om=0&z=18&ll=39.410062,-76.838945&spn=0.001127,0.002425
title = Target building, Soldiers Delight Visitor Center
accessdate = 2007-12-23
year = 2006
format = HTML
work = Google Hybrid Map

*cite book
last = Holmgren
first = Noel H
title = Illustrated Companion to Gleason and Cronquist's Manual. Illustrations of the Vascular Plants of Northeastern U. S. and Adjacent Canada
year = 1998
publisher = The New York Botanical Garden
location = Bronx, New York
pages = 937 pages

*cite web
url = http://www.dnr.state.md.us/wildlife/rte/rank_status.pdf
title = Explanation of Rank and Status Codes
accessdate = 2007-12-23
author = Maryland Department of Natural Resources
authorlink = Maryland Department of Natural Resources
date = 2007-12-13
format = PDF

*cite web
url = http://dnrweb.dnr.state.md.us/download/rteplants.pdf
title = Rare, Threatened, and Endangered Species of Baltimore County, Maryland
accessdate = 2007-12-23
author = Maryland Department of Natural Resources
authorlink = Maryland Department of Natural Resources
date = 2007-11-13
format = PDF

Other Lists of Plants from Soldiers Delight (and Maryland).

Woody Plants of Soldiers Delight

Graminoids of Soldiers Delight

Ferns of Soldiers Delight

Lichens of Soldiers Delight

Lichens of Maryland

External links

* [http://www.bcpl.net/~sdci/ Baltimore County Public Library]

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