Wildflowers of Toronto's High Park​​

White menu   * Flowers marked with an asterisk are native to Ontario

Anemone, wood​ *
​Anemone, Canada*
Arrowhead, common *
Aster, heath *
Aster, large-leaved *
Aster, panicled *
​Avens, white *
Baneberry, white *
​Beardtongue, foxglove *
​Bindweed
Blazing star, dense *
Bush-clover, round-headed *
​Bloodroot *
​Buckwheat, wild/
​Bindweed, black
Bugleweed, northern *
Campion, bladder
Campion, white
Catnip
​Chamomile, unscented
​Cheeses/Common mallow
Cucumber, one-seeded bur *
Cucumber, wild or prickly *
​Chickweed, mouse-eared
Cinquefoil, tall
Cleavers
Dame's-rocket
​Fleabane, daisy
Daisy, Ox-eye​​
​Fleabane, Philadelphia *
Clover, white
Foamflower *
Galinsoga, hairy
Hemlock, water *
Goutweed
Hedge-parsley, spreading
Honewort *
Horehound, water *
​Horsenettle
Horseweed *
Knotweed, Japanese
Knotweed, prostrate
Lettuce, white *
Lily-of-the-valley
Meadowsweet, narrow-leaved *
Meadow-rue, tall * 
​Mallow, high
May-apple *
Mayflower, Canada *
Milkweed, whorled *
Mustard, garlic
​Nightshade, black *
Nightshade, enchanter's *
Mitrewort, two-leaved *
Pearly everlasting *
Plantain, English
Parsnip, cow
Peppergrass
Pennycress, field
Sandwort, thyme-leaved
Pussy-toes, field *
Queen Anne's Lace
Sarsaparilla, wild *
Saxifrage, early *
Solomon's seal, hairy *
Shepherd's purse
Silverrod *
Snakeroot white *
Solomon's seal, false *
Solomon's seal, *
star-flowered
Speedwell, thyme-leaved
Spurge, flowering
​Squill, striped
​Starflower *
​Toadflax, bastard *
Strawberry, woodland
​Thimbleweed *
Strawberry, wild
Sweet-clover, white
​Toothwort, two-leaved *
​Trillium, large-flowered *
Turtlehead *
Upland white aster *
Vervain, white *
​Violet, sweet white *
Waterleaf, Virginia *
Water-lily, fragrant *
Wintergreen *
Yarrow, common