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Pinkster Flower.—It shows its pink flowers in rocky woods and thickets during spring

White Pine.—Common evergreen tree of the Northeastern states. Needle-like leaves in bundles of five

Butterfly Weed.—The bright, orange colored flowers are conspicuous in dry meadows from June to September

Poison Ivy.—Can be distinguished from the harmless woodbine by its three-lobed leaves