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Advanced ID Tools
For experienced botanists!
Identify over 3,000 New England plants by using our Full Identification Key, including technical multiple-access and dichotomous keys to families, genera, and species. Also learn about subspecies and varieties native to our region.Learn More
New: a useful teaching resource!
Go Botany encourages informal, self-directed education in botany for science students and beginning and amateur botanists. Professors, teachers, and environmental educators can share curricula and teaching ideas.Learn More
Plant of the Day: Angelica atropurpurea purple-stemmed Angelica
Purple-stemmed Angelica is found in river banks, wetlands and fields, commonly on calcareous soils. Native Americans used a tonic made of the roots for colds, fever, headaches, sore throat, stomach disorders, rheumatism, and pneumonia.Learn More
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