Robert W. Freckmann Herbarium

Hydrophyllaceae: Waterleaf

Mostly hairy plant with flowers arranged in cymes that coil. Leaves cut and divided; often with "water-stained" pattern. Flowers 5 -parted with deeply lobed calyx and bell-like, lobed corolla. Pistil with 2 styles or 1 cleft style; 2 stigmas.
Flower Formula:  Sepals (5); Petals (5) Glossary

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Ellisia
1 Photo of Ellisia Flowers solitary. Images   Information
Hydrophyllum
waterleaf
2 Photo of Hydrophyllum Flowers held on stems that branch equally. Images   Information
Phacelia
phacelia, scorpion-weed
1 Photo of Phacelia Flowers held on stems that branch from 1 or more main stems. Images   Information


         
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