I'm not sure how they draw this one out, but it's supposed to be "the maiden". Either way, it is sort of hard to see some of the fainter parts of this lady, though they are visible to those with a keen eye. The bright star Spica doesn't get very high above the horizon, so it may be difficult to spot at times, though it does shine with a nice whitish-bluish glow. You should also note the large group of galaxies located above the constellation. These actually extend over the "border" to the next constellation up, but generally this is called the Virgo Cluster of galaxies - a very rich galaxy cluster. Virgo is best seen in the late spring through the summer months.