Wildlife in Lansdowne Woods
Wild Flowers/Trees in Lansdowne Woods


Nature Trail behind Riverbend

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Wild Flowers/Trees commonly seen on Lansdowne Woods' Trails
(Can be found in back of R=Riverbend; M=Magnolias; B=Blue Ridge: P=Potomac Ridge; RV=Riverview)

Bellwort-R

Saxifrage-R  

Rue Anemone-R

Toothwort-R (edible)

Spring Beauty-R M
(1st to appear in March-April)

Trout Lily-R M
(also called Adder's Tongue)

May Apple-R TOXIC

Star Grass-R

Jack-in-the-Pulpit-M

Cinquefoil-R M
Potentilla

Bluet-R
(Quaker Ladies)

Large Houstonian-R
(related to Bluet)

Blue Violets-R

Solomon's Seal-R

False Solomon's Seal-R

Oxalis-R
Yellow Wood Sorrell (edible)

Mullein-M (medicinal)


Garlic Mustard-R
(edible)

Wild Onions-R (edible)

Henbit-R (edible)

Vetch-M

Rosa Multiflora-R
(Invasive)

Japanese Honeysuckle-R
(Invasive)

Virginia Creeper-R-M
(berries are poisonous)

Milkweed-R

St. John's Wort-R 
(blooms in July)

Blackberries-B-M

Tall Sedge Grass-R

Boneset-R (blooms in July)

Goldenrod-R
(blooms in August)

Stag Horn Sumac-M

Winged Sumac-M

Bottle Brush Grass-R-M

Wild Perilla Mint-B-M TOXIC

Wild Thyme-M
         

Willow-M-RV

Sycamore-RV

Yellow Poplar-B

Locust-B

Wild Black Cherry-R
(leaves are poisonous)

Redbud Blossoms-R M B

Sweet Gum-B

White Dogwood-R

Japanese Cedar-P

Elm-R

Hickory Nut-R

Red Maple-R

Sugar Maple-R

Red Oak-R

White Oak-R

WATCH OUT FOR THE POISON IVY!

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