|1. How do you navigate this site?
There are three ways to navigate our site.
A. The first way is by color. You can click on the color of your flower and you will see the names and pictures of all the flowers we found of that color. From there you can either click on the name or picture to go to the specific flower's page. The list of the colors is on the home page.
B. The second way is by family. If you click here, you will be taken to the page with a list of all the families we found. From the list of families you can click on the family's name and you will see a brief description of the family and names and pictures of all the flowers we found of that family. From there you can click on the name or picture to go to the specific flower's page.
C. The last way to navigate this site is by leaf arrangement. If you click here, you will be brought to a page that explains the different types of leaf arrangement and from there you can search for your flower.
2. What does this word mean?
If you are having a problem with identifying your flower because of an unfamiliar term you can go to our glossary page by simply clicking here.
3.What if I cannot find my flower?
If you cannot find your flower it is more than possible that we do not have it on our site. As mentioned on the home page we only have 40 of the thousands of wildflowers that are found in New England. If you are convinced we found it, try using another form of navigation to search for you flower.
*Remember you can always return to the home page by clicking on Back To Home in the right-hand bottom corner of every page.
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