Herbaceous dicots

A plant with a non-woody stem. The upper parts will die back at the end of the growing season. This category is subdivided into herbs with mostly compound leavesNote: The list below are more common types.  Visit USDA's Plant Database to learn more.   
 

American Potatobean

Awnless Beggar-ticks

Beaked Groovebur

Birdsfoot Trefoil

Bitter Wintercress

Bristly Buttercup

Bulbous Buttercup

Carolina Buttercup

Common Hornwort

Cowbane

Devils Beggarsticks

Early Wood Lousewort

Eurasian Water-milfoil

Japanese Clover

Maryland Senna

Parrot-feather

Pennsylvania Bittercress

Purple Avens

Purple-stem Angelica

Rough Avens

Small-flowered Agrimony

Spotted Water Hemlock

Spreading Chervil

Spring Avens

Sub-alpine Buttercup

Swamp Beggar-ticks

Swamp Buttercup

Tickseed Sunflower

Trailing Wildbean

True Water-cress

Two-leaf Water-milfoil

Virginia Virgin’s-bower

Waterparsnip

White Avens

Woodland Groovebur

Yellow Corydalis

Yellow Sweetclover

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