Ranunculaceae Family

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Mountain Marsh MarigoldsMountain Marsh Marigolds (06/20/2006) Mountain Marsh-Marigolds in a reclaimed campsite in the Washington Lake Campground.

Buttercup SurvivalButtercup Survival (06/20/2006) These buttercups are trying to survive in a mountain stream.

Buttercup CollectionButtercup Collection (06/20/2006) Marsh Marigolds and a small buttercup in the Uinta Mountains.

ClematisClematis (06/15/2006) These shy clematis flowers from the Elbow Fork Trail grow with the flower facing down.

Clematis FlowerClematis Flower (06/15/2006) I am holding a native clematis flower up so I can see its insides. These flowers were growing along the Elbow Fork Trail.

ClematisClematis (06/15/2006) Clematis on the Elbow Fork Trail in the Wasatch Mountains.

Clematis BudsClematis Buds (06/15/2006) Clematis Buds.

Clematis VineClematis Vine (06/15/2006) A vine covered with wild Clematis.

LarkspurLarkspur (06/15/2006) This plant has blue and white flowers.

LarkspurLarkspur (07/01/2006) Larkspur growing as garden plant.

Anemone going to SeedAnemone going to Seed (07/01/2006) An anemone going to seed.

LarkspurLarkspur (07/01/2006) Domesticated Larkspur.

Love in a MistLove in a Mist (05/25/2006) Love-In-A-Mist (Nigella spp.) is an interesting addition to the garden.

Love in a MistLove in a Mist (05/22/2006) Love in a Mist (Nigella damascena) is a popular garden flower, the distinctive seed pods are often included in dried flower arrangements.

BaneberryBaneberry (07/09/2006) Baneberry (Actaea pachypoda) produces poisonous white flowers. The rest of the plant is quite toxic as well.

BaneberryBaneberry (07/09/2006) The baneberry (Actaea pachypoda) has toothed, bipinnate compound leaves up to 40 cm long and 30 cm broad.

ColumbineColumbine (07/09/2006) A columbine (Aquilegia spp.) growing toward the top of the road in Mill Creek Canyon.

ClematisClematis (07/09/2006) Clematis has shy flowers that grow in long vines. As I understand, clematis does quite well in native gardens. The vines can drape over fences and walls.

Smashed ColumbineSmashed Columbine (07/09/2006) This columbine (Aquilegia spp.) on the Big Water trail was smashed by a bike. As you see, it has a male and female flower. I was hoping to find another (not smashed columbine of this color) but did not.

BaneberryBaneberry (07/09/2006) The flowers of the Baneberry (Actaea spp.) are in a dense raceme.

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Ranunculaceae Family

This page shows images of the Ranunculaceae Family (Buttercup Family). This family consists of ~60 and ~2000 species. Common flowers in this family include anemones, buttercups, aconite, and clematis.

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Wildflowers (123 pictures) Members of the buttercup family can be found growing wild throughout the world.

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