Plant Collections Due next Friday, November 21st. Plant Families Things which are alike, in nature, grow to look alike. Nobody. Moraceae Utricaceae Fabaceae Fagaceae. Moraceae.
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Common or white mulberry
Grows in Montana but native to
Beware of stinging nettles when tromping through moist areas
Burr oak leaves remind some
people of violins.
False indigo or leadplant
Wooly-pod milk vetch
Timber milk vetch
Purple milk vetch.
Purple prairie clover
Ground-plum milk vetch
Native cultures in Montana used the fleshy, plum-like pods of ground-plum
milk-vetch for food…raw, boiled, or pickled.
Indian turnip or breadroot
Fleshy root of Indian Turnip or breadroot