Here we go:
sensitive fern, common milkweed, eastern hemlock, shagbark hickory, white pine
black locust, speckled alder, wild cucumber, red oak, common burdock
The black locust is native to Pennsylvania and parts south, but has become naturalized in our region. Common burdock is from Eurasia. The others are native, or at least have been here a long, long time. The wild cucumber (Echinocystis lobata) is unusual -- a vine-like plant that grows like a gourd -- but prevalent in one place we visit regularly.
Look for future quizzes on the first day of each month.