When elderberry flowers turn to fruit, then giant green June beetles appear in the garden, and poisonous white snakeroot is budding.
When you see the foliage of multi-flora roses yellowing, you know that poisonous white snakeroot is budding in and around the woodlots.
And the season's second-last wave of wildflowers--the biennial gaura, Joe Pye weed, monkey flower, tall coneflower, clearweed, horseweed, white snakeroot
, jumpseed, prickly mallow, willow herb, virgin's bower, white boneset, field thistle and Japanese knotweed come into bloom in the open fields and along the fence rows.
Arrow grass, Black Locust, Blue Cohosh, Broomcarn, Buckeye (Horse chestnut), Cherry, Choke Cherry, Corn, Cockle, Dogbane, Elderberry, Hemp, Horse Nettle, Indian Hemp, Ivy, Johnson grass, Kafir, Laurel, Leucothoe, Lily of the Valley, Maleberry, Marijuana, Milkweeds, Milo, Nightshade, Oleander, Rhododendron, Sevenbark, Silver, Sneezewood, Sorghum, Stagger brush, Sudan grass, Velvet grass, White snakeroot
, Wild Black Cherry, Wild Hydrangea.