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), a web-based, multi-entry key to flowering plant family identification.
Type only the first 2-3 letters to choose from a dropdown list of genera (this can be especially helpful when you're not sure of the spelling).
If "wooly" doesn't deliver the results you want, try an alternate spelling such as "woolly" or just "wool".