Agrimony species. Learned this plant a little while back from using this site. :)
I think this is one of the "elm-branched" goldenrods. Viewing the original file at 100% reveals some fine hairs along the flower stems, so I'm guessing Solidago ulmifolia.
Some type of goldenrod?
Found along the edge of a moist woodland.
I'm pretty sure this is Pickerelweed...
Please check my ID...thanks!
Fungi that I found in a wet woodland.
Found at woodland edge growing in the shadows of large white oaks.
I think this is Bidens Frondosa.
low-growing plant in moist woodland
I thought it looked somewhat like Stinging Nettle but I felt the leaves and I was not stung. Streamside in moist woodland.
Ground-spreading plant with red berries. Moist woodland.
Plant in moist woodland.
A new one for me since trying to figure out plants starting the beginning of the year.
Found near a stream bank in a moist woodland.
I think Amur Honeysuckle. Fruit stems very short and leaves with longer tips compared to other Honeysuckles.
Along railroad tracks not far from Cuyahoga River.
Found along Cuyahoga River's bank.
I'm thinking Stinging Nettle. I wish I would have felt a leaf. From those more in the know, how bad is a sting from stinging nettle?
Found on the bank of the Cuyahoga River.
Abundant seemingly everywhere!
I will guess Giant Foxtail.
I feel this is Lady's Thumb as most leaves had a darkish spot in the center of the leaf.
My field guides all list this as belonging to Polygonum, but as I see in other genera (those of birds, reptiles, amphibians, etc) latin names change constantly!