FLOWERS

  1. Canada goldenrod Solidago canadensis. Family: Asteraceae
  2. Gynoecium composed of 2 fused carpels. 5 Stamens. Perigynous.
  3. The Square at Latham Park in Hilliard, Ohio
  4. Inflorescence: Capitula in conical raceme
  5. This Canada goldenrod was everywhere on the plot I was on. I never knew this was a harmful invasive species until now.

  1. Wild carrot Daucus carota. Family: Apiaceae
  2. Bilateral. Petals 5, sepals 5, pistil of 2 fused carpels, styles 2, stamens 5. Hypogynous. Syncarpous
  3. The Square at Latham Park in Hilliard, Ohio
  4. Inflorescence: Umbel

  1. Teasel Dipsacus fullonum. Family: Caprifoliaceae
  2. Bilateral. 4 petals, sepals, and stamens. Syncarpous. Hypogynous.
  3. The Square at Latham Park in Hilliard, Ohio
  4. Inflorescence Panicle

  1. Crown Vetch Secrurigera varia. Family: Fabaceae
  2. 4-5 petals and sepals. 10 stamen. Unicarpellate. Hypogynous.
  3. The Square at Latham Park in Hilliard, Ohio
  4. Inflorescence: Umbel

FRUITS

  1. Amur honeysuckle Lonicera maackii. Family: Caprifoliaceae
  2. Bilateral. Syncarpous. Epigynous. 5 Stamens, 1 pistil
  3. The Square at Latham Park in Hilliard, Ohio
  4. Inflorescence: Cyme

  1. Callery pear Pyrus calleryana. Family: Rosaceae
  2. Radially. Apocarpous. Perigynous. 5 white petals, 15-20 stamens, and 2-3 styles.
  3. The Square at Latham Park in Hilliard, Ohio
  4. Inflorescence: Raceme

  1. Soybean Glycine max. Family: Fabaceae
  2. Bilateral. Hypogynous. Apocarpous. 4-5 sepals, petals.
  3. The Square at Latham Park in Hilliard, Ohio
  4. Inflorescence: Panicle

  1. Hoptree Ptelea trifoliata. Family: Rutaceae
  2. Bilateral. 5 stamens, 4-5 petals. Hypogynous. Syncarpous.
  3. The Square at Latham Park in Hilliard, Ohio
  4. Inflorescence: Cyme