* If you don't know what family your plant is in, try looking up a plant you know that has a similar-looking flower and browse through that family; yours may be a close relative. Or check out the resources below:
- Field identification of the 50 most common plant families in temperate regions (Lena Struwe @ Rutgers University).
- World Wide Flowering Plant Family Identification (Colby College).
- FloraGator (University of Florida).
If you're still stumped, check out these plant identification services:
- South Carolina Native Plant Society Plant ID Request.
- A.C. Moore Herbarium: Ask Plantman!
- Also, if you are into Facebook, I'm told that there is a page called "Plant Identification" that may be helpful.