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Plant Databases

plant databases

US Forest Service - Forest Health Protection - Invasive plants

"Weeds of the Week" invasive plant information on individual PDFs

Butler University Friesner Herbarium

A digital collection project to link label information from our Indiana specimens with images in a searchable electronic format.  

Illinois Wildflowers

Wildflower and other botanical identification information. 

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

Conservation and education resources promoting sustainability in your yard.

Midwest invasive plant network

Resources in efforts to reduce the impact of invasive plant species in the Midwest.

native plant list for ohio and indiana

A "starter" list of native plants for Ohio and Indiana intended for residential or commercial landscapers who want to create attractive and varied native landscapes.


Look up, view a photo and read about the over 6,800 plants which are growing or have been grown in the Kemper Center display gardens (plus selected additions) by scientific name, common name and/or selected plant characteristics.

robert w. freckmann herbarium

A collaborative effort between the herbaria of the UW-Madison (WIS) and the UW-Steven's Point (UWSP), along with most of the other herbaria located in the state of Wisconsin.

usda plants database

Provides standardized information about the vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the U.S. and its territories.

weeds gone wild

A web-based project of the Plant Conservation Alliance's Alien Plant Working Group, that provides information for the general public, land managers, researchers, and others on the serious threat and impacts of invasive alien (exotic, non-native) plants to the native flora, fauna, and natural ecosystems of the United States.