Galium triflorum Michx.
Family: Rubiaceae
fragrant bedstraw,  more...
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Etymology: Galium: from Greek word gala, "milk," and alluding to the fact that certain species were used to curdle milk
Plants: scrambling perennial, 3"-32" tall forb; stems nodes smooth
Leaves: main leaves in whorls of mostly 6, usually elliptical, vanilla odor
Flowers: greenish to white, 3-parted, to 1/8" wide; simple to often-branched, 3-flowered clusters both terminal and from the leaf axils; blooms June-Aug.
Fruits: bristly
Habitat: moist to dry; woods, forests
Conservation Status: Native
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Christopher Noll  
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Christopher Noll  
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Kenneth J. Sytsma  
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Christopher Noll  
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Galium triflorum image
Aaron_Carlson  
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Galium triflorum image
Galium triflorum image
Galium triflorum image
Galium triflorum image
Galium triflorum image
Galium triflorum image
Aaron_Carlson  
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Kenneth J. Sytsma  
Galium triflorum image
Galium triflorum image
Galium triflorum image
Galium triflorum image
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