Plant Photos from Sutton Massachusetts
I held off on adding plant photos to the site for a long time. It can be challenging to figure out what plants are natural to the environment and which plants were brought in by a previous Sutton resident and then ran wild. For example, you see orange day lilies all over Sutton, but they are native to Asia. So are morning glories.

However, when I tried to make this page just contain plants that were native to Sutton, people kept writing in and asking "why don't you have a page on forsythia" when really these were all imported from Asia. So then I decided that I should include all flowers commonly found around Sutton, with a note on whether they are native to our area or were brought in artificially. That way people can find what they're looking for!

aster
Aster
bleeding heart
Bleeding Heart

NOT NATIVE
bluet
Bluet
blue eyed grass
Blue Eyed Grass
boneset
Boneset
boston ivy
Boston Ivy

NOT NATIVE
buttercup
Buttercup
Clover
Clover
Club Moss
Club Moss
Daisy Fleabane
Daisy Fleabane
Fern - Cinnamon
Fern - Cinnamon
Forsythia
Forsythia

NOT NATIVE
Goldenrod
Goldenrod
hawkweed
Hawkweed
Lady's Slipper
Lady's Slipper
mountain laurel
Mountain Laurel
peony
Peony
poison ivy
Poison Ivy
sedum autumn joy
Sedum Autumn Joy

NOT NATIVE
starflower
Starflower
tawny day lily
Tawny Day Lily

NOT NATIVE
violet
Violet
virginia creeper
Virginia Creeper
white violet
White Violet
Wintercress
Wintercress

NOT NATIVE


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Photos in Sutton Massachusetts

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