Flip pages >>

Snake head or Turtle head

SNAKE HEAD OR TURTLE HEAD
Chelone glabra Snapdragon Family  Scrophulariaceae
July - September Infrequent
Description: From 1 to 4 feet tall, Leaves are long narrow tapering to a fine point, toothed and in pairs. Flowers have 2 swollen lips set in a tight cluster at the tip of the stem. Upper lip arches over the lower, sometimes lips are tinged in pink

Location: Streamsides and swamps.
 
 
Snake head or Turtle Head

WILD FLOWERS  |  FLOWER INDEX  |  FAMILY INDEX  | FLOWERING SHRUBS & TREES  |   EMAIL  |  LINKS  |  INTRODUCTION
 
 
 

Copyright © 2001 by Jackie Milburn
site designed & created by: mtnwildflowers.com
varocksplus@hardynet.com

page 42