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COMMON NAME                     SCIENTIFIC NAME               COMMENTS
MUSHROOMS
White Coral Ramariopsis kunzei
Violet-branched Coral Clavulina amethystina
Cotton Based / Cotton-base CoralLentaria byssiseda growing in a cone or white pine
Bearded Tooth (Porcupine) Hericium erinaceus
Resinous Polypore, prob. Ischnoderma resinosum on oak
Mushroom Hydnellum diabolus
Comb Tooth Mushroom Hericium ramosum
Morel, Gabled False Gyromitra brunnea syn. Helvella underwoodii
Birch Polypore / Conk Piptoporus (Polyporus) betulinon birches, used by entomologists for mounting sm
Indigo Milky Lactarius indigo
Honey Mushroom Armillaria mellea
Meadow Mushroom / Old Hag's TablAgaricus campestris The name is the French variety which is sold in t
European Meadow Mushroom / GroceAgaricus bisporus A. brunnescePossible real name for our Meadow Mush above. Loo
Fly Agaric Amanita muscaria var. muscariaoften pictured in childrens storybooks - POISONOU
Yellow-orange Fly Agaric, AmericAmanita muscaria var. formosa
Mushroom, no common name Amanita frostiana
European Fly Amanita muscaria
Mushroom, no common name Amanita vaginata
Citron Amanita Amanita citrina
Angel's Wings Pleurocybella porrigens
Death Angel, Destroying Angel Amanita virosa
Dead Man's Fingers Xylaria polymorpha
Enoki Mushroom, Winter, Snow PufFlammulina velutipes long clusters of string-like stems with small whi
Veiled Polypore Cryptoporus volvatus
Red-belted Polypore Fomitopsis, Fomes pinicola
Tomentosus Root Rot Inonotus tomentosus
Little Nest Polypore poss. Poronidulus conchifer
Oyster Mushroom Panellus serotinus
Oyster Mushroom Pleurotus ostreatus
0range Mock-Oyster Phyllotopsis nidulans formerly Pleurotus nidulans & Claudopus nidulans
Orange Peel Aleuria aurantia Calif. Growing in sidewalk cracks
Pitted Sap Rot Trichaptum abietinum = Hirschshelf fungus shown on Hemlock log
Mushroom, no common name Pleurotus ostrentus
Mushroom, Varnish Shelf/Lacquer Ganoderma very unusual, Siamese Twin
Red-belted Polypore Fomitopsis pinicola Brown crumbly rot
Stinkhorn, Netted, Veiled also called Phallus duplicatusAmazon
Stinkhorn, Common Phallus impudicus probably the most disgusting mushroom there is. G
Tree-Ear, Wood-Ear, Jelly Fungi Auricularia auricula jelly fungi, edible
Witches Butter Tremella mesenterica grows on dead branches of deciduous trees
Black Jelly Drops Bulgaria inquinans
Bearded Tooth, Medusa's Head, UnHericium erinaceus choice edible
Puffball Lycoperdon
Puffball, Giant Clavatia gigantea
Rounded Earthstar Geastrum (prob. saccatum) spores escape through hole in top
Shaggy-stalked Birch Austroboletus betula - Boletellus betula
Green-spored/Green-gilled LepiotChlorophyllum molybdites, Lepimost common cause of mushroom poisoning in USA
Sulphur Shelf, Chicken of the WoLaetiporus sulphureus aka Polyedible
Lobster Mushroom Hypomyces lactifluorum Parasite of other mushrooms. These are actually
Dung-loving Psilocybe Psilocybe coprophila Pyschodelic
Bird's Nest Fungi, Splash Cups Cyathus striatus spread spores when hit by raindrops
Cup Fungi Pyronemataceae, scutellinia sp.
Hone, Pholiota Armillarella mellaea
Orange Pinwheel Marasmius siccus
Shaggy Mane/Lawyer's Wig, Inky CCoprinus poss comatus toxic when added within 74 hours, Deliquescent
Orange-Mat Coprinus Coprinus radians syn. C. domeslays down a hairy carpet of bright orange/golden
Silvery-violet Cort Cortinarius alboviolaceus
Thin-walled Maze Polypore Daedaleopsis confragosa
Lemon Yellow Lepiota Lepiota leuta - leucocoprinus birnbavmii
Jack O'lantern Clitocybe illudens Luminous fungi, bioluminescence
Scarlet Waxy Cap Hygrophorus coccineus Edible
Beef Steak, Ox-tongue Fungus Pistulina hepatica
Enoki Mushrooms Asian, thin, long stem white, raised in jugs
Velvety Earth Tongue Trichoglossum
Corn Smut Fungus Ustilago maydis
Field Mushrooms
Fairy Ring (mushrooms) the way some mushrooms grew
Fairy Ring, partial
Eastern Cauliflower Mushroom Sparaissis crispa, herbstii Edible
Plant Lactarius
Plant Leucopaxillus albissimus
Hen of the Woods Grifola prondosa
Red Chanterelle Canlharellus cinnabrinus Good eating
Shiitake Lentinula edodes Edible
Scaly Vase Chanterelle Gomphus floccosus
Horn of Plenty, Black Trumpet Craterellus cornucopioides
Elegant Stinkhorn (pink form) Mutinus elegans
Stinky Squid, Stinkhorn Pseudocolus schellenbergiae, Pseudocolus fusiformis
Penicillium (on Orange) Penicillium digitatum or Peniccrust on fungus infected orange
Mycelium, collection of hyphae Mycelia-plural Common under bark
Mushroom, poss Coltricia perennis
Plant Clitocybe illudens Luminous fungi
Shelf Bracken, Angel Wings
Spalted Wood several species of wood rottinsharp melanin-coated partitioned dividing line b
Turkey tail (mushroom) shown in early stage
Resupinate, or Crust Fungi responsible for a good deal of the wood decay in

SLIME MOLDS
Many-Headed Slime, plasmodial sPhysarum polycephalum bright yellow slimy blob, Plasmodial Slime Mold.
Coral Slime Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa Widely distributed, most attractive
Deer Vomit
Velvet Blue Spread Pulcherricium caeruleum, corticium caeruleum
Chocolate Tube Slime, Pipe-CleanStemonitis splendens poss.
White-footed Slime Diachea leuopodia Plasmodial slime mold
Many Headed Slime, Grape ClusterPhysarum polycephalum Acellular slime mold, shown on Oyster Mushrooms,
ALGAE
Algae (producing O)
Stoneworts freshwater algae Chara MN cal fen
Algae terrestrial Protococcus
MARINE ALGAE
Salt Water Algae
Grape Algae, Grape Caulerpa Caulerpa racemosa Barbados edible
Sea Lettuce - a green algae Viva lactuca eaten in soups

LICHENS a lichen is an example of a controlled parasitism
Yellow Lichens (poss. map lichen)
Maritime Sunburst Lichen Xanthoria parietina on Granite near ocean Maine
Blood Lichen
Old Man's Beard Lichen
Lichens on summit of Eagle Mt. MN
Lichen with reproductive structure on rock Eagle Mt. N. MN
FRUITICOSE LICHENS
Pendent Fruticose Lichen called Ramalina menziesii hanging from the branches of a valley oak (Quercu
California Spanish Moss - trunk Abies concolor Sierra Nevada of California in Yosemite National
Common Toadskin, prob. Lasallia papulosa
Blue Grey
British Soldiers Cladonia cristatella (Cladoniabecause its two symbionts, the photobiont (Trebou
Moss lichen
Giant, Smooth Rocktripe Umbilicaria mammulata Large boulders mts. of W VA.
Lichen covering entire treetrunk
Crustose Lichen
Powder-puff Lichen/Deer Moss Cladina evansii
Dog Lichen Blue-black
Red Blanket Lichen Herpothallon (Chiodecton) rubrYoung plant has red edges. Older plant solid red.
Reindeer Moss Lichen
Beard Lichen Usnea arizonica CA Disk-like fruiting bodies edged with bristles
Moss & Lichens in same image E. Ecuador

LIVERWORTS
Liverworts Marchantia gametopphyte reproductive stage
Liverworts Marchantia archegonial branch female sexual stage
Purple-fringed Riccia, LiverwortRicciocarpua natans found world wide - floating thallus
Ricca, Crystalwort Ricca fluitans aquatic liverwort, half floats
Liverwort, Greenhouse
HORSETAILS
Horsetail, Scouring Rush Equisetum hyemale
Field Horsetail Equisetum arvensis
SPIKEMOSS
Meadow Spikemoss Selaginella apoda
Sand Spikemoss Selaginella arenicola
Hidden Spikemoss Selaginella eclipes
Quillwort Isoetes
CLUBMOSS
Clubmoss, Southern Running-PineDiphasiatrum (Lycopodium) digitatum
Clubmoss, Bristly Lycopodium annotinum Bridgeport Maine
Foxtail Bog Clubmoss Lycopodilla alopecuroides
Groundpine, Princess Pine, Tree Lycopodium obscurum
Clubmoss with reproductive strucLycopodium near Eagle Mt. MN
Meadow spikemoss Selaginella apoda
MOSSES
Water Moss Fontinalis sp. lives on stones in rivers
Sphagnum Moss in bog near Eagle Mt. MN
Ball Moss Tillandsia recurvata

FERN Relatives
Whisk / Wisk Fern Psilotum nudum with sporangia The Psilotopsida are undoubtedly among the most a
FERNS
Adder's Tongue Fern Ophioglossum vulgatum var. pycsingle simple leaf
Autumn Fern Dryopteris erythrosora
Broad Beech Fern Phegopteris hexagonoptera
Cinnamon Fern Osmunda cinnamomea shown also, fiddlehead, crosier
Cinnamon Fern Osmunda cinnamomea fiddlehead, crosier group of 5 species
Autumn Fern Dryopteris erythrosora brown fiddlehead (crosier)
Holly Fern Cyrtomium falcatum green fiddlehead (crosier)
Holly Fern, Tassel Fern polystichum polyblepharum fiddlehead, crosier group of 5 species
Japanese/ Korean Tassel Fern, JaPolystichum polyblepharum (forHolly Fern" because evergreen like holly. Name is
Broad Beech Fern / Hexagon BeechPhegopteris hexagonoptera
Log / Beautiful Fern Dryopteris celsa
Ladder Break/ Forgiving Break FePteris vittata Barbados wall, French Quarter and cemeteries of N
Sensitive Fern Onoclea sensibilis fiddlehead, crosier group of 5 species
Fern, Hay-scented Dennstaedtia punctilobula
Walking Fern Adiantum caudatum old world tropics
Walking Fern Asplenium rhizophyllum grows on limestone outcropping
Scott's Spleenwort Asplenium x ebenoides hybrid formed from Walking and Ebony Spleenwort
Ebony Spleenwort Asplenium platyneuron
Hybrid WF x ES A. ebenoides
Mother Fern Asplenium daucifolium / AsplenPlantlets bulbils, bulblets, babies, pups produce
Shaggy Shield / Black Wood Fern Dryopteris cycadina Japan, China, Himalayas
Staghorn Fern Platycerium grande Australia
Staghorn Fern Platycerium vassei
Staghorn Fern Platycerium spp. in hanging pot
Staghorn Fern taken at Fairchild Gardens, FL
Shoestring Fern Vittaria lineata
Whisk Fern Psilotum nudum Big Cypress Swamp Glades
Tuberous Sword Fern Nephrolipis cordifolia only Neph. Fern species to have tubers attached t
Azolla Water Fern, Mosquito FerAzolla may be smallest fern
Water Fern, Giant Salvinia Salvinia, poss. Victundiflora
Ostrich Fern Matteuccia pensylvanica shows also fertile fronds
Giant Leather Fern Acrostichum poss. danaeifoliumgiant leather fern, largest North American fern,
Christmas Fern Polystichum acrostichoides
Christmas Fern Polystichum acrostichoides fiddleheads, crosiers
Royal Fern Osmunda regalis var. spectabilis
Sensitive Fern Onoclea sensibilis
Sensitive Fern Onoclea sensibilis fiddleheads, crosiers
Bracken Fern, Eagle Fern Pteridium aquilinum various views and groups
Netted Chain Fern, Narrow-leavedWoodwardia aerolata (areolata)
Virginia Chain Fern Woodwardia virginica
Goldie's Fern Dryopteris goldiana
New York Fern Thelypteris noveboracensis
Marsh Fern Thelypteris palustris
Bird-nest Fern linden
Bear's Foot Fern Humata tyermann
Vessel Fern Angiopteris evecta
Tree Fern Polypodium levigatum f. polypodiaceae
Boston Fern Nephrolepis exaltata bostoniensis
Sandy Maiden Fern
Grape Fern Botrychium virginianum
Japanese Painted Fern Athycium goeringianum 'Pictum'
Rock-cap Fern, Sweet Fern, VirPolypodium virginianum
Golden Polypody Fern, Serpent/ Polypodium aureum Panacea - kidney, hypertension, tumors, asthma, l
Golden Polypody Fern, Serpent/ Polypodium aureum Growing epiphytic on crown of palmetto trees, sab
Oak Fern Gymnocarpium dryopteris
WOOD FERN
Leatherwood Fern Dryopteris marginalis Cent. US
Spinulose Wood Toothed Fern Dryopteris carthusiana, spinulosa new name
Spinulose Wood Fern Dryopteris spinulosa, austriaca var.
Remote Wood Fern Dryopteris remota
Marginal Wood Fern Dryopteris intermedia
Thick-stemmed Wood Fern Dryopteris crassirhizoma
Lady Fern Southern Athyrium filix femina shown with large lace border moth (scapula limbou
Lady Fern Northern Athyrium filix-femina Canada
Athyrium x 'Ghost' aka Ghost Fersterile cross between Athyriumgray ghost color
Interrupted Fern Osmunda claytoniana
Maidenhair Fern, Northern MaidenAdiantum pedatum
Southern Maidenhair Fern Adiantum capillus-veneris shown in a pot
Rosy Maidenhair Adiantum hispidulum
Himalayan Maidenhair Adiantum microphyllum India/Afghanistan
Giant Maidenhair Fern Adiantum + peziforma
Mother Fern Asplenium daucif
Fern Vittaria lineata
Resurrection Fern Polypodium polypodioides shown also growing on tree
California Polypody Fern Polypodium californicum
Azolla, Mosquito Fern Azolla prob. smallest fern Symbiotic micriscopic chains
Water Clover Marsilea mutica
Salvinia Salvinia victundiflora poss
Climbing Vine Fern Microgramma heterophulla ENDANGERED
Sandy Maiden Fern Thelypteris grandis ENDANGERED
Brown-hair Comb Fern Crenitis submarginalis ENDANGERED
Cuplet Fern Dennstaedtia bipinnata ENDANGERED
Bahama Ladder Brake Pteris bahamensis ENDANGERED
Broad Halberd Fern Tectaria heracleifolia ENDANGERED
Strap Fern Campylon (Campyloneurum) latumENDANGERED - FL.
Sinkhole Fern Blechnum occidentalf ENDANGERED - FL.
Florida Maidenhair Adiantum tenerum ENDANGERED, only in Florida, Barbados
Barbados Maidenhair, syn: FarleyAdiantum tenerum farleyense named for a country house in Barbados where it wa

PLANTS
Walker's Manioc Manihot walkerae only found Hidalgo County, TX ENDANGERED
South Texas Ambrosia, Rio GrandeAmbrosia cheiranthifolia ENDANGERED - TEXAS a ragweed, silvery leaves
Florida Clover Ash; Florida TetrTetrazygia bicolor threatened in Florida
Ashy Dogwood . ENDANGERED - TEXAS
Living Rock, Star Cactus Astrophytum asterias ENDANGERED - TEXAS thornless
Texas Ayenia Ayenia limitaris ENDANGERED - TEXAS
Black Lace Cactus Echinocereus reichenbachii varENDANGERED - TEXAS
Prickly Pear Cactus Opuntia humifusa ENDANGERED - MASS.
Quail / Christmas Berry Crossopetalum ilicifolium threatened in Florida
False Sisal, Century Plant Agave decipiuns ENDANGERED
Rosey Buckwheat Eriogonum grande var. rubescenENDANGERED - CHANNEL ISLANDS
Saffron Buckwheat Erigonum crocatum ENDANGERED - Ventura Cnty, CA (near Los Angeles)
Plant Amoureuxia wrichtii ENDANGERED - TEXAS
"Edgewood" Canyon Bush Mallow Malacothamus hicuatus ENDANGERED - San Mateo CA
Carphephorus Carphephorus bellidifolius ENDANGERED - VA
Least Trillium Trillium pusillum var. virginiENDANGERED - VA
Dwarf Ginseng Panax trifolium ENDANGERED
American Ginseng, Man-root Panax quinquefolium ENDANGERED, Roots that look like a man
Carolina Scalystem Elytraria caroliniensis ENDANGERED - FL
Plant Musella lasiocarpa ENDANGERED, extinct in wild, Asian farmers grow a
Hudsonia, Poverty-grass, False HHudsonia tomentosa ENDANGERED
Texas Wild Rice Zizania texana ENDANGERED - TEXAS
Southern Twayblade Listera australis ENDANGERED
Rose Pogonia Pogonia ophioglossoides ENDANGERED
Orchid, Rosebud Cleites diyaricata ENDANGERED
Storax, American Snowbell Styrax americana ENDANGERED
Small Whorled Pogonia Isotria medeoloides ENDANGERED - green is a rare color in flowers
Pixie Creeper, Pixie Moss Pyxidanthera barbulata ENDANGERED - N.C.
Wallace's Island Nightshade Solanum wallacei ENDANGERED - CA.
Matilija Poppy, Fried Egg Plant Romneya coulteri ENDANGERED-CA. planted in gardens
California Bush Poppy Dendromecon rigida ENDANGERED - CA.
Morro Manzanita Arctostaphylos morroensis ENDANGERED - CA. Chaparral, Coastal Sage Scrub
Common Manzanita Arctostaphylos manzanita (Ericaceae)
Firecracker, Island Bush SnapdraGalvezia (or galivezia) specioENDANGERED - CA.
Big Red Sage Salvia penstemonoides ENDANGERED
Daisy, Lakeside Hymenoxys herbacea (=H. acauliENDANGERED, Michigan
Sea Ox-eye Borrichia frutescens ENDANGERED
Red-berry Stopper ENDANGERED - S. FL. TREE
Strongbark, Smooth Bourreria cassinifolia ENDANGERED - S. FL. TREE
Steeplebush Spiraea tomentosa ENDANGERED
Florida Silver Palm Coccothrinax argentata ENDANGERED
Key Thatch Palm Thrinax morrisii ENDANGERED
Puerto Rican Hat Palm Sable Causiarum ENDANGERED
American Chestnut Tree Castanea dentata ENDANGERED, also shown, largest alive in world
Monterey Cypress Cupressus macrocarpa ENDANGERED
White Stopper Eugenia axillaris ENDANGERED
Lignum Vitae Guaiacum sanctum ENDANGERED - used for hinges on locks Erie Canal,
Slash Pine Pinus elliottii var. densa ENDANGERED - FL. P. densa is a 2 needle form in
Round Leaf Birch Betula uber ENDANGERED - only one tree in wild
Franklin Tree Franklina alatamaha ENDANGERED, extinct in wild
Tree Calyptranthes pallens RARE, drip tip leaves shed H20 quickly to help re

ENVIRONMENTS
sand prairie MN-prairie - larkspur, hoary puccoon, & yarrow
sand prairie-Grey Cloud Island SNA MN-oak, yarrow, & plantain

WILDFLOWERS
Ageratum, Mistflower 'Neptune BlEupatorium coelestinum
Alligator Weed Alternanthera philoxeroides
Alligator, Fire Flag Thalia geniculata
Alumroot Heuchera americana
American Cervil Chaerophylum procumbens
Arrow Arum Peltandra virginica
Arrowwood, Northern Viburnum dentatum (recognitum)
Aster, Carolina Climbing Aster carolina
Aster, Climbing Aster carollnianus
Aster, Heart-leaved Aster divaricata
Aster, New England 'Alma PotschkAster novae angliae
Aster, New York 'Snow Flurry' Aster nov belgii
Aster, Purplestem Aster puniceus
Aster, Small White Aster vimineus
Aster Aster undulatus
Aster, Saltmarsh Aster tenuifolius
Aster, Crooked-stem Aster prenanthoides NE Wetland Flora
Baby Blue Eyes
Bachelor's Buttons, Cornflower, Centaurea cyanus (or cynus)
Bachelor Button Polygala nana FL.
Baneberry, White / Necklace WeedActaea pachypoda fruit toxic
Baneberry, Red Actaea rubra
Baptisia Baptisia cinerea
Beauty Berry, Beauty Bush Calicarpa americana (Mullberry)
Bee Balm Monarda didyma
Bee Balm Monarda fistulosa close-up of deep pink flowers
Bee Balm, Monardia, Violet Blue Monardia didyma
Bee Balm, Mondardia Prairie NighMonardia didyma
Bears (Bear's) Breeches Acanthus mollis
Bellwort Uvularia perfoliata
Biennial Beeblossom Gaura biennis wetland MN
Bird's Foot (Bird-foot) Violet Viola pedata
Birdsfoot Trefoil Lotus corniculatus petals of different shapes, also with seed pods
Bitterweed Helenium amarum
Sneezeweed Autumn Helenium autumnale
Black-eyed Susan Rudbeckia hirta also shown close-up of flower
Black-eyed Susan Rudbeckia seeds
Black-eyed Susan Rudbeckia shown with gall
Black-eyed Susan, 'Goldsturn', CRudbeckia fulgida
Black-eyed Susan 'Indian Summer'Rudbeckia
Black-eyed Susan / Rosary Pea, CAbcus precatorius Toxic, FL
Bladder Champion, Maiden's TearsSilene cucubalus
Blazing Star, Liatris Liatris spicata
Blazing Star, Liatris, GayfeatheLiatris scariosa also shown seed head and seeds
Bloodroot Sanguinaria canadensis
Blue Curls, Bastard Pennyroyal Trichostema dichotomum
Blue, Periwinkle, Myrtle
Blue, Bachelor's Buttons Centaurea cynus
Blue, Russian Sage Perovskia x longin
Blue, Chicory
Blue, Balloon Flower Platycodon grandiflorus
Blue, Iris, Victor Herbert
Blue, Mosquito Citrosa Fighter Pelargonium citrosum varilenii
Blue Eyed Grass Sisyrinchium
Blue Hyssop Bacopa caroliniana
Blue Jasmine, Leather-flower Clematis crispa VINE
Blue Star Brachycome (cultivar)
Blue Star, Willow Amsonia tabernae montana (cultivar)
Blue Wild, False Indigo Baptisia australis
Blue, Great Cardinal Flower Lobelia siphilitica
Bluebells Campanula divaricata
Bluebell of Scotland, Harebell Campanula rotundifolia wildflower but sometimes cultivar
Bluebells, English Scilla endymion
Bluebells, Virginia, Cowslip Mertensia virginica
Bluets, Quaker Ladies Houstonia caerulea
Bluets, White Variation Houstonia purpurea
Blue, Viper's Bugloss, Blueweed Echium vulgare Introduced from Europe
Blue, Japanese Iris
Blue, Dwarf Iris
Blue, Artemesia
Blue, Borage Borage officinalis
Bluets Hedyotis crassifolia
Buckwheat, Wild Eriogonum tomentosum FL
Boneset, Late Eupatorium serotimum
Broadleaf Plantain Plantago rugelii
Bugleweed (herb) Ajuga repans
Bunchberry Cornus canadensis
Bleeding Heart, Wild Dicentra eximia
Burdock, Common Arctium minus led to discovery of Velcro
Bush Clover Lespedeza angustifolia
Bush Clover, Chinese Lespedeza cuneata
Bush Clover, Round-headed Lespedeza capitata Praries near Great Lakes, Minn.
Bush Clover Lespedeza thunbergii 'Edo Shidoril'
Butter-and-Eggs Linaria vulgaris Snapdragon family
Buttercups Ranaculaceae
Buttercups Ranunculus bulbosus red markings on foliage
Buttercups Ranunculus pusillus
Buttercup, Small Flowered Ranunculus abortivus
Buttercup, Creeping Ranunculus repens toxic
Bellflower Campanula americana
Butterfly Weed Asclepias tuberosa shown with Zebra Swallowtail
Button Bush Cephalanthus occidentalis
Buckbean, Bogbean Menyanthes trifoliata Bitter tonic, used medicinally and in baking by N
Camphorweed Heterotheca subaxillari
Campion, White Lychnis alba
Cardinal Flower Lobelia cardinalis
Cardinal Flower Lobelia puberula
Cardinal Flower, 'Queen VictoriaLobelia cardinalis cultivar, LOBELIA family
Cardinal Flower, Blue, Great Lobelia siphilitica poss.
Cardinal Flower, Blue Lobelia puberula poss.
Carpet Weed, Indian Chickweed Mollugo verticillata extensions don't root
Cassia, Partridge Pea Cassia fasiculata chamaecrista
Cats Ear Hypochoeris radicata Latex
Chickweed, Common Stellaria media
Chickweed, Giant Stellaria pubera
Chickweed, Mouse Ear Cerastium prob. Viscosum very small spring wildflower found in yards
Cinquefoil, Five-fingers Potentilla canadensis
Climbing Hempweed, Boneset Mikania scandens
Cleveland Sage
Celery, Wild Apium graveolens weed
Coffee, Wild Psychotria nervosa Florida
Coffee, Soft Leaf Wild / FloridaPsychotria sulzneri Big Cypress Everglades
Columbine, Wild Aquilegia canandensis flower hangs upside down so hummingbirds can poll
Columbine, Rocky Mountain Aquilegia coerulea Shown also at entrance to a cave
Columbine, Yellow Aquilegia chrysantha VINE
Pink Corydalis, Rock Harlequin Corydalis sempervirens SKIN REACTIONS, Allegheny Mts., injurious, Michig
Yellow Corydalis Corydalis flavula
Common Boneset Eupatorium perfoliatum
Cup Plant Silphium perfoliatum Northern Prairie plant Minnesota
Rosinweed Silphium integrifolium Prairie plant Middle of US
Morning Glory, Common Ipomoea purpurea Open in morning, food for long probosis Butterfli
Coreopsis / Golden Tickseed Coreopsis tinctoria FL
Coreopsis Coreopsis tinctoria with different types of petals
Coral Bean Erythrina herbacea Everglades
Corn Cockle Agrostemma githago
Corn Salad Valerianella radiata
Creeping Cucumber, Wild Melothria pendula also shows tendrils
Wild Balsum Apple, Wild CucumberEchinocystis lobata MN
Crossvine Bignonia capreolata
Croton, Seaside Croton punctatus
Crown Beard, Wingstem Verbesina occidentalis
White Crownbeard Verbesina virginica Frost flowers
Carolina / Hairy Puccoon Lithospermum caroliniense
Cromwell Puccoon, Stoneseed Lithospermum
Curly Dock Rumex crispus Lawn Weed, Invasive
Cottonweed Froelichia floridana
Daisy Fleabane Erigeron philadelphicus, prob.Williamsburg
Dame's Rocket Hesperis matronalis mustard family
Dandelion Taraxacum officinale shown also blooming in Dec in the snow
Dandelion shown over 2' tall
Dandelion, False Pyrrhopappus carolinianus
Dayflower Commelina virginica
Dayflower, Asian Commelina communis
Deer Berry Vaccinium stamineum
Dewberry, Creeper Rubus hispidus prob.
Diodia Diodia virginiana wet ditches, margins of streams, ponds, marshes
Dog Fennel Eupatorium capillifolium
Dog Fennel, Mayweed Anthemis cotula, corn chamomil~ to Daisy
Dog Fennel Anthemis arvensis ~ to Daisy
Dwarf Iris Iris verna
Dwarf Iris Iris bucharica
Dwarf Iris Iris cristata white form
Dwarf Iris, Crested Iris cristata
Dwarf Iris Moraea polystachya Introduced to Huntington Gardens in 1930's
Iris family (Dwarf Iris) Montebretia, crocosmia x iflorcultivar
Eastern Prickly-pear Opuntia humifusa (O. compressa)
Eastern Rosemallow Hibiscus moscheutos
Elderberry Sambucus canadensis with bunch of berries
Elderberry Sambucus pubens with white flowers
Spring Beauty Elephantopus carolinianus mutation extra petaloid sepals
Spring Beauty Elephantopus carolinianus Apetaly is common
Elephant's Foot Elephantopus carolinianus
English Plantain Plantago lanceolata
Evening Primrose Oenothera biennis
Evening Primrose, Cutleaf Oenothera laciniata incised leaves
Evening Primrose, Mexican, 'Siskiyou' cultivar
Evening Primrose, Showy Oenothera speciosa
Everlasting, Pearly Anaphalis margaritacea Maine
Euphorbia Euphorbia tigrona shown with Trailing Cactus in NBG

CLOVER
Clover, Crimson, Italian Trifolium incarnatum
Clover, Rabbit Foot Trifolium arvense
Clover, Strawberry, Red Trifolium pratense shows many small flowers
Clover, Strawberry, Red Trifolium pratense shows ants removing Clouded Sulphur ova
Clover, White, Creeper Trifolium repens
Clover, White, Sweet Melilotus alba
Clover, Yellow Hop, Low Hop Trifolium campestre
Clover, Yellow Sweet Melilotus officiandalis
Clover, Bush Lespedeza angustifolia
Clover, Chinese Bush Sericea lespedeza and lespedeza cuneata

DAYLILY
Daylily (orange) Hemerocallis open one day only
Daylily Mix Hemerocallis
Daylily, Double flowers, 'KwansoHemerocallis fulva
Daylily, Altissima species Hemerocallis
Daylily, Tetraploid Hemerocallis leaf streak (disease)
Daylily, 'Midnight Madness' Hemerocallis
Daylily, 'Orchid corsage' Hemerocallis
Daylily, 'Stella DeOro' Hemerocallis
Daylily (large yellow flower) Hemerocallis wild
Daylily, 'Ruffled Apricot' Hemerocallis
Daylily, 'Joylene Nicole' Hemerocallis
Daylily, 'Jersey Spider' Hemerocallis among Russian Sage (Parouskia 'Filigrin')
Daylily, 'Irish Elf' Hemerocallis
Daylily, 'Rose Emily' Hemerocallis
Daylily, 'Janice Brown' Hemerocallis
Daylily, 'Gentle Shepherd' Hemerocallis late blooming
Daylily, 'Pricillas Rainbow' Hemerocallis
Daylily, 'Savanna Sunshine' Hemerocallis
Daylily, 'Brocaded Gown' Hemerocallis
Daylily, 'Green Flutter' Hemerocallis
Daylily, 'Red Ribbons' Hemerocallis
Daylily Hemerocallis also seed pods

Feay's Palafox Palafoxia feayi Florida
False Lupine, Aaron's Rod Thermopsis villosa, T. caroliniana
Field Bindweed Convolvulus sepium
Field Madder Sherardia arvensis
Field Pussytoes Antennaria neglecta
Figwort (yellow) Scrophularia Cape Fear
Frog Fruit Phyla lanceolata emergence plant, grows around water
Fire Pink Silene virginica
Flame Vine Pyrostegia venusta FL.
Flame Acanthus- Texas FirecrackAnisacanthus quadrifidus var. San Antonio TX
Foamflower Tiarella cordifolia
Fool's Parsley Aethusa cynapium Toxic, Michigan
Forget-me-not Myosotis
Foxglove, Downy False Aureolaria virginica
Fumitory Fumaria officinalis
Gaillardia, Blanket Flower Gaillardia x grandiflora, 'Gabhybrid origin
Gaillardia, Fire Wheel Gaillardia pulchella true flowers on center disk, pollen on true flowe
Galax Galax urceolata (G. aphylla)
Gentian, Soapworth Gelltiana saponaria
Gentian, Andrews' Bottle Gentiana andrewsii New England native, flowers never open, a tough
Gentian Yellowish Gentiana alba / Syn Gentiana fsandy prairies MN
Gentian, Horse, Fever Root, WildTriosteum perfoliatum
Late / Horse Gentian, Fever-RootTriosteum perfoliatum Orange berries
Gentian, Lesser Fringed Gentianopsis procera calcareous fens MN (Endangered)
Geranium, Cranesbill, Wild Geranium maculatum
Geranium, Cranesbill - Carolina Geranium carolinianum
Gerardia, False Foxglove Agalinis arvensis
Gerardia, Purple, False FoxgloveAgalinis purpurea
Gerardia, Purple Gerardia purpurea
Giant Gunnera, aka Dinosaur FoodGunnera manicata leaves as much as 8 feet across, one of the world
Gladiolus-old type Gladiolus
Glasswort Salicornia
Golden Knee Chrysogonum virginianum
Goat's Beard Tragopogon dubius
Goat's Beard Aruncus sinensis Zweiweltenkind
Goat's Beard Aruncus dioicus
Golden Pea Thermopsis rombifolia
Golden Pea color red Thermopsis rombifolia red phase
Goldenrod Showy, Noble Solidago speciosa MN
Goldenrod Solidago seeds
Goldenrod Canada
Goldenrod Solidago tenuifolia
Goldenrod 'Golden Fleece' cultivar
Goldenrod, Seaside Solidago sempervirens last food of some Monarchs before Mexico flight
Goldenrod Solidago (Euthamia) tenuifoliain cut lawn
Goldenrod Solidago speciosa Lake Superior Shoreline MN
Goldenrod Curtis’ Solidago is S. curtissii--white and yellow forms
Grape Hyacinth Muscari botryoides found in yards in grass
Grass of Parnnassus Parnassia glauca Calcareous Fen MN, possibly Endangered
Great Blue Lobelia Lobelia siphilitica
Green & Gold, Golden Star, GoldeChrysogonum virginianum
Greenbrier, Laurel Leaf, CatbrieSmilax laurifolia VINE
Greenbrier, Catbrier, Roundleaf Smilax rotundifolia (roundifloVINE
Greenbrier, Catbrier Smilax bona-nox VINE
Greenbrier, Bristly Hispid Smilax hispida has black thorns
Greeneyes Berlandiera subacaulis Florida
Ground-cherry, Maritime, Husk ToPhysalis viscosa ssp. Maritima
Groundnut, Indian Potato Apios americana VINE
Groundsel Senecio vulgaris WEED
Ginger, Wild Asarum canadense
Hawkweed, Orange, Devil's PaintbHieracium aurantiacum Mt. Washington (Maine)
Hawkweed, Yellow, King Devil Hieracium caespitosum or Hieracium pratense
Heart Leaf Wild Ginger Aristolochia hexastylis brown flowers - Pipevine Swallowtail Butterfly fo
Hedge Mustard Sisymbrium officinale
Henbit, Dead Nettle Lamium amplexicaule small early spring flower, common in lawns
Henbit, Dead Nettle, Purple Lamium purpureum
Hepatica, Round Lobed, LiverleafHepatica americana old belief that it was a 'liver cureall'
No common name Heterotheca graminifolia
Hemp Probably used for making rope, Minn.
Honeysuckle, Magnifica, Coral TrLonicera sempervirens cultivar
Honeysuckle, Cedar Lane Coral / Lonicera sempervirens 'Cedar Lane'
Honeysuckle, Japanese Lonicera japonica
Honeysuckle, Trumpet Lonicera sempervirens
Horse Gentian, Fever-Root, Wild Triosteum perfoliatum Orange berries
Horse, Bull Nettle, Nightshade Solanum carolinense besides flower, shows also yellow berries
Horseweed Conyza canadensis
Hottentot Fig (Yellow), Ice PlanM. edule From S. Africa - stabilizes dunes, VINE
Indian Candle Flower
Indian Strawberry, Snakeberry Duchesnea indica
Indian Hemp Apocynum
Indian Paint Brush Castilleja Grand Canyon Location
Indian Pipe
Indian Cucumber Root Medeola virginiana
Indigo, Blue False Baptisia australis
Indigo, Wild Baptisia tinctoria poss. produces blue indigo dye
Indigo, Hairy Indigofera hirsuta FL
Indigo, Flowering Shrub Indigofera amblyantha
Indigo Indigofera tinctoria
Indigo (same as above) Synonyms: Indigofera sumatrana
Snow Plant Sarcodes Sanguinea some say parasite - draws nutrition from the myco
Ironweed Vernonia noveboracensis
Iris, Copper Iris fulva
Jack-in-the-Pulpit Arisaema triphyllum shown also with fruit, red berries
Jacob's Ladder Polemonium reptans
Jasmine - yellow
Jasmine, Blue, Leather Flower Clematis crispa VINE
Jewelweed, Pale, Touch Me Not Impatiens pallida
Jewelweed, Touch-Me-Not, PolicemImpatiens glandulifera, Bot. SInvasive, from Himalayas/Asia (Maine), colors whi
Jewelweed, Spotted, Touch Me NotImpatiens capensis
Joe Pye Weed, 'Queen of the MeadEupatorium fistulosum Shown also with Tiger Swallowtails, which it high
Knotweed, Japanese Bamboo (PolygPleuropterus cuspidatum
Knotweed, Pink, Smartweed, Lady'Polygonum pensylvanicum
Knotweed, Trailing Polygonum capitatum
Lady Lavender cv Lady Lavendula angustifolia AAS
Lambs Quarters, Goosefoot Chenapodium album Weed
Lamiaceae Lycopus europaeus
Lance-leaved Tickseed Coreopsis lanceolata
Lanteen Rose, Christmas Rose Helleborus orientalis pink form
Larkspur, Rock Delphinium tricorne
Larkspur, Rocket Delphinium ajacis cultivar
Labrador Tea Ledum groenlandicum Ontario Canada
Lead Plant Amorpha canescens Amorpha means "without form" refers to one-petal
Lespedeza, Sericea Lespedeza cuneata
Lettice, White, Lion's Foot Prenanthes alba
Leucothoe, called Hobble Leucothoe axillaris matures to a pink
Lion's Ear Leonotis nepetaefolia FL.
Lizard's Tail Saurus cernuus Linnaeus
Locoweed, Rattleweed Astragalus nuttallii
Locoweed, Leafy, Crazy Oxytropis deflexa var. deflexa
Love-Lies-Bleeding Amarenthus aceae
Lupine, Wild Lupinus perennis
Lupine, Silvery Lupinus argenteus (also in one image is a lizard that lost its tail
Lupine, Blue
Lupine, Alpine Flowers Hurricane Ridge WA
Lyonia Lyonia
Laurel, Mountain Kalmia latifolia also shows unopened flowers (Look like cake decor
Laurel, Mountain 'Rasberry Glow'Kalmia latifolia cultivar of wild form
Laurel, Minuet Mountain Lalmia latifolia 'Minuet'
Leadplant Amorpha canescens Pursh
Loosestrife, Swamp, Water WillowDecodon verticillatus
Loosestrife, Whorled Lysimachia quadrifolia
Loosestrife, Purple Lythrum salicaria Invasive, introduced species, threatened habitat,
Loosestrife, Purple Lythrum salicaria shown near upper Mississippi River, north of Cair
Loosestrife, 'Dropmore Purple' Lythrum virgatum
Asphodel Lily(albus) Asphodelus microcarpus syn AspScotland
Atamasco Lily, Rain Lily Zephyranthes atamasco
Alpine, Fawn, Avalanche Lily Erythronium montanum Alpine and Sub Alpine, moist open areas (e.g. alp
Swamp/String Lily Crinum americanum Florida
Trout Lily, Dog-tooth Violet Erythronium americanum
Bluebead Clintonia borealis Wild, Maine, shows fruit
Yellow Meadow Lily Lilium canadense
LIily of the Valley
Mallow, Checker Tuchi Sidalcea neomexicana Tucson AZ
Mallow, Common Malva neglecta
Mallow, Common Malva sylvestris
Mallow, Rose, Marsh, Wild CottonHibiscus moscheutos shows 2 color forms, often near water
Mallow, Seashore, Saltmarsh Kosteletzkya virginica
Marsh Fleabane Pluchea purpurascens
Marsh Fleabane, Camphorweed, StiPluchea foetida
Mayapple, Mandrake Podophyllum peltatum
Mayflower, Canada Maianthemum canadense Maine, appears in mature woods, indicator of stro
Meadow Beauty Rhexia virginica
Meadow Rue Anemonella thalictroides
Mexican Flame Senecio confusus Key Largo FL (with Julia Butterfly), VINE

MILKWEED
Milkweed, Climbing Matelea carolinensis
Milkweed, Common Asclepias syriaca shown also seeds
Milkweed, Curly Asclepias amplexicaulis
Milkweed, Purple Asclepias humistrata
Milkweed, Swamp Asclepias incarnata
Milkweed, Mexican
Milkweed seeds close-up of seeds
Milkweed seed and Goldenrod seedAsclepias syriaca Shown also with milkweed seed caught on goldenrod
Scarlet Milkweed, Bloodflower, SAsclepias curassavica
Milkweed, Michaux's Asclepias michauxii

Black Bells, Carrion Flower, StaStapelia leendertziae Succulent /a type of milkweed in dry areas
Milk Pea Galactia pinctorum
Milkwort, Orange Polygala lutea (Candy Weed)
Mock-Bishopweed Ptilimnium capillaceum
Monkey Flower Mimulus alatus
Monkey Flower Mimulus ringens
Morning Glory Ipomoea lacunosa maroon leaf margins, VINE
Morning Glory, Red, Dwarf Ipomoea coccinea Open in morning, food for long probosis Butterfli
Morning Glory Ipomoea purpurea VINE
Morning Glory Big Root, Man-rootIpomoea pandurata Open in morning, food for long probosis BF & moth
Morning Glory, Ivy Leaf Ipomoea hederacea Open in morning, food for long probosis Butterfli
Morning Glory Ipomoea shown, seeds, VINE
Cypress Vine Ipomoea quamoclit Morning Glory family, Red flowers, FL.
Morning Glory, Glades Ipomoea sagittata
Mountain Gentian
Mouse-tail Myosurus mimimus
Mugweed
Mugwort weed
Mullein, Common) Verbascum thapsus
Mullein, Moth Verbascum blattaria Yellow & white form
Mistflower, Ageratum Eupatorium coelestinum syn Conoclinium coelestinum
Mistflower, Ageratum, Think PinkEupatorium coelestinum
Mistflower, Ageratum, Perennial
Mistflower, Ageratum, Neptune Blue opens after sunset
Nettle, False Boehmeria cylindrica green flowers
Narrowleaf Miners Lettuce, LineaMontia linearis
MISTLETOE /SAPROPHYTIC
Mistletoe, Desert, poss. Phoradendron californicum On trees & shrubs - Southwest desert
Mistletoe, Dwarf On Pine
Mistletoe, Oak Phoradendron villosum on Quercus agrifolia
Mistletoe, Southeastern Phoradendron serotinum
ORCHIDS, WILD
bog orchid Tyrell Co. NC
Orchid, Lawn Zeuxine strateumatica FL
Orchid, Cranefly Tipularia discolor brown and white flowers
Orchid, Fringe Habenaria ciliaris
Orchid, Toothed Rein Habenaria odontopetala
Orchid, Rosebud Cleistes divaricata
Orchid, Ladies' Tresses Spiranthes gracilis
Orchid, Spring Ladies' Tresses Spiranthes vernalis
Orchid, Grass-leaf Ladies tresseSpiranthes praecox
Orchid, Large, Lilyleaf TwaybladLiparis lilifolia
Orchid, Pink Lady's Slipper, MocCypripedium acaule
Orchid, Yellow Lady's Slipper Cypripedium calceolus
Orchid, Large Yellow Lady's SlipCypripedium calceolus var. pubMichigan
Monk Orchid, Ground Orchid Oeceoclades maculata some say invasive, from Africa, others say native
Orchid, Rattlesnake Plantain Goodyera pubescens Terrestrial orchid
Orchid, Rose Pogonia Pogonia ophioglossoides
Orchid, Leafless Beaked LadiestrSacoila lanceolata, var paludiOrange red flower
Orchid, Southern Twayblade Listera australis flowers red purple
Orchid, Showy Orchus Orchis spectabilis
Orchids, MIXED, cultivars Taken at US Botanical Gardens, in a greenhouse, s
Orchid, Bamboo Arundina graminofolia not native to the U.S, tiny white and purple orc
Orchid, Caquas Amethyst
Orchids, Red Cattleya ssp
Orchids, Yellow Cattleya ssp
Orchid, Pink Phalenopsis
Orchid, Yellow Fringed Habenaria ciliaris
Wildflowers Continued
October Flower Polygonella polygama
Onion Allium
Portulaca Amilas paraguayan purslane exotic from South America
Florida Paintbrush Carphephorus corymbosus
Orange Paintbrush Castilleja miniata Mt. Rainier
Partridge Pea Cassia fasiculata
Partridge Berry Mitchella repens VINE, shown also tendrils
Passion Flower Passiflora incarnata False heliconid eggs (ova) "defense", VINE
Passion Flower Passiflora incarnata shows also Grey Hairstreak BF pollinating it, VIN
Passion Flower, Scarlet Passiflora coccinea VINE
Passion Flower, Yellow Passiflora lutea VINE
Passion Flower Passiflora vitifolia VINE, Close-up of flower in a Florida Garden
Passion Flower Passiflora caerulea VINE
Periwinkle, Myrtle Vinca major
Periwinkle, Myrtle Vinca minor mixed varieties Pretty in Rose, Parasol, Grape Co
Prairie Coneflower Ratibida columnifera
Prairie Coneflower Ratibida tagetes
Prairie Coneflower, Pinnate Ratibida pinnata
Florida Paintbrush Carphephorus corymbosus
Petunia, Wild Ruellia caroliniensis
Pale Indian Plantain Cacalia atriplicifolia
Phlox
Phlox, Cleft Phlox bifida
Pickerel Weed / Pickerel Rush Pontederia cordata Adult Swallowtail butterfly food
Pigweed
Pinkroot / Wormgrass Spigelia marilandica
Pipewort, Heard-head Eriocaulon decangulare Habitat, wet areas, ponds, ditches
Pinxter-flower, Native, Wild AzaRhododendron nudiflorum
Pokeweed, Pokeberry, Pigeon BerrPhytolacca americana shown also berries and leaves, close-up of purple
Poinsettia, Wild, Painted Leaf Euphorbia heterophylla
Poinsettia, Wild, Painted Leaf Poinsettia cyathophora Spurge family, FL.
Poor Man's Pepper Lepidium virginicum
Pennycress, Field
Pussy-toes Antennaria plantaginifolia
Purple Leaved Willow Herb Epilobium hornemanni poss. Maine, White Mt.
Prairie Golden Alexanders Ziza aptera Michigan State Threatened
Queen Anne's Lace, Wild Carrot Daucus carota also shown close-up, seed pod, purple leaves
Rouge Plant Rivina humilis FL
Radish, Wild Raphanus raphanus
Radish, Wild Raphanus sativus
Ragwort, Golden Senecio aureus
Ragwort, Wooly Senecio tomentosus
Rattlesnake Weed Hieracium venosum
Richardia, Mexican Clover, FloriRichardia scabra Escaped
Richweed, Horse Balm Collinsonia canadensis
Robin's Plantain Erigeron pulchellus
Rockweed Fucus spp.
Rape, Wild Turnip Brassica napus Michigan
Rattle-box Showy Crotalaria spectabilis FL.
Rattle-box Crotalaria pallida (aka C. mucOrlando FL
Rosary Pea / Crab's Eye / Black-Abrus precatorius TOXIC, seeds deadly poisonous
Scarlet Pimpernel Anagallis arvensis
Scorpion Weed Phacelia bipinnatifida
Scotch Broom Cytisus scoparius
Sea Fig, (Red-Lavender), HottentMesembryanthemum chilense S. Africa, used to stabilize dunes, VINE
Sea Holly Steel Blue Eryngium planum
Sea Lavender Statice limonium
Sneezeweed Autumn Helenium autumnale
Sea Rocket Cakile edentula prob. petals pink to whitish
Sabatia, Narrow-leaved Sabatia brevifolia
Sabatia, Marsh Pink Sabatia stellaris FL.
Sabatia, Rose Pink Sabatia angularis
Sheep-sorrel, Sour-grass Rumex prob. Acetosella
Sicklepod, Coffeeweed Cassia obtusifolia
Skullcap, Narrow-leaved, Hyssop Scutellaria integrifolia Mint family
Sensitive Briar Catclaw Briar Mimosa quadrivalvis, SchrankiaInvasive
White Snakeroot Ageratina altissima (EupatoriuNH
Skunk Cabbage Symphoricarpus albus shown also taken in snow
Shooting Star Dodecatheon
Snow-on-the-Mountain Euphorbia marginata
Soapwort, Soaproot, Bouncing BetSaponaria officinalis Soap was made from this flower
Soloman's Seal, Variegated Polygonatum odoratum 'varigatushows leaf unfolding
Solomon's Seal Polygonatum biflorum
Solomon's Seal, False Maianthemum racemosa (Smilacina r.)
Solomon Seal, Star-flowered, FalSmilacina stellata
Toothache Plant Spilanthes oleracea medicinal, antibiotic, ornamental
Spiderwort Tradescantia ohiensis
Spiraea, Hardhack, also called SSpiraea tomentosa
Spotted Knapweed Centaurea maculosa
Spotted Wintergreen, Striped Pipsissewa
Spring Beauty Claytonia virginica shown also, extra petals
Spurge, Cypress, Graveyard Euphorbia cyparissias green flowers, escaped from Europe
Spurge, Flowering, Tramps Euphorbia corollata in flower and fruit
Spurge, Spotted Euphorbia maculata is prostrate but not the Prostrate spurge
St. Andrews Cross Ascyrum hypericoides
Stargrass, Yellow Hypoxis hirsuta
Star-of-Bethlehem Ornithogalum umbellatum has a garlic like smell
Star-of-Bethlehem Ipheion uniflorum different species from white species
Stewartia, Silky Camelia Stewartia malacodendron
Stewartia, Japanese Stewartia pseudocamellia
Summer Phlox, Garden Phlox Phlox paniculata
Sundrops Oenothera fruticosa
Swamp Lily, String Lily Crinum americanum
Swamp Rose Rosa palustris
Spiderlily, Mangrove Spiderlily,Hymenocallis latifolia coastal backdunes and scrub areas Florida Ft Laud
Pasture/Carolina Rose Rosa carolina straight thorns
Rose, Wild
Sweet Alyssum Lobularia maritima herb
Cudweed, Rabbit's Tobacco, SweetGnaphalium obtusifolium American Painted Lady Butterfly food
Sweet Fern Comptonia peregrina Wax Myrtle family
Sweet Flag Acorus americanus (A. calamus)
Thistle, Bull, Purple Cirsium vulgare, (lanceolatus)
Thistle, Horrible, Yellow Cirsium, (carduus) horridulum, Carduus spinosissimus
Thistle, (Pink) Cirsium horridulum
Thistle, same as above, shown paCirsium horridulum Merrit Island NWR
Thistle, Musk, or Nodding Carduus nutans
Thistle, Russian, Tumbleweed, SaSalsola kali poisonous, fragments hazardous to barefeet
Thistle, Sow, Spiny-leaved Sonchus asper prob. Aster family
Thistle, Star, Spotted Knapweed Centaurea maculosa
Thistle, Swamp Carduus muticus rare

Rhododendron, "PJM"
Rhododendron Yedoense poukhanense shown with benches
Rhododendron, Azalea Rhododendron austrinum Native
Rhododendron, Azalea, Ocon Rhododendron flammeum spec. Native
Rhododendron, Fortunei
Rhododendron, 'Cynthia'
Rhododendron Rhododendron sp.
Rhododendron from Russia Rhododendron ponticum
Rhododendron, Azalea, Coral Bells
Rhododendron, Azalea, South IndiSimsii vittatum
Rhododendron, Azalea, George Lindley Tabor
Rhododendron, Azalea, Red Cloud x Pygmalion
Rhododendron, Azalea, Hershey Red shown with Monarch Butterfly
Rhododendron, Azalea shown as border in a yard, as a windbreak
Rhododendron, Azalea shown as formal setting, as above
Rhododendron, Azalea, Gibralter Deciduous, Exbury
Rhododendron, Azalea Pseudochrysanthum ericocae (Heath Family) Taiwan
Rhododendron, Azalea, Formosa Rhododendron sp.
Rhododendron, Azalea, Flame Rhododendron calendulaceum
Rhododendron, Azalea, Vittata Fortunei Old Variety, first food in spring for Swallowtail
Rhododendron, Azalea, Vittata Fortunei shown close-up, with Monarch
Rhododendron, Azalea, Vittata Fortunei shown close-up, with bumblebee (Bombus sp)
Rhododendron, Azalea Exbury, 'Balzac'
Rhododrendon, Azalea, White SwamRhododendron viscosum Wild
Rhododendron, Azalea, Wild, (PinRhododendron nudiflorum periclWild
Rhododendron, Azalea, Native, (PRhododendron nudiflorum Wild, self pollination
Rhododendron, Dwarf Azalea Rhododendron atlanticum Wild

Thoroughwort, Late Flowering Eupatorium serotinum
Thimbleweed Anemone virginiana
Tickseed, Yellow
Tread Softly Cindoscolus stimulosus FL.
Titi, Leatherwood Cyrilla racemiflora
Tansy Tanacetum vulgare
Teasel Dipsacus sylvestris
Toadflax, Old Field Linaria canadensis
Trillium, Large-flowered Trillium grandiflorum
Trillium, Wake Robin Trillium erectum
Trillium, Prairie Trillium recurvatum
Nodding Trillium Trilllium cernuum
Trailing Arbutus, Mayflower Epigaea repens
Trumpet Creeper, Trumpet Vine, Campsis radicans shown also with unusual number of deep orange flo
Trumpet Creeper, Trumpet Vine, Campsis radicans
Trumpet Creeper, Crimson, Campsis radicans shown also Espalier, shaped, trained, pruned that
Turk's Cap Lily Lilium superbum
Turnsole, Indian Heliotrope Heliotropium indicum
Turtlehead, Snakehead Chelone glabra
Twinleaf Jeffersonia diphylla white flowers
Verbena Verbena brasiliensis
Verbena cv Imagination Verbena speciosa
Verbena, Homestead Purple Verbena candensis cultivar
Vetch, Crown Coronilla varia
Vetch, Smooth, Common Vicia dasycarpa
Vetch, Cow Vicia cracca
Viburnum Viburnum nudum
Viburnum, Maple-leaved Viburnum acerifolium Maine
Viburnum, European Viburnum opulus South Central France
Viburnum, Nannyberry Viburnum lentago
Violet, Bird-foot Viola pedata
Violet, Wood Viola palmata
Violet, Blue, Common, Meadow, ViViola papilionaceae
Violet, Wooly Blue Viola sororia
Violet, Dog-tooth Erythronium americanum a.k.a.Trout Lily
Violet, Field Pansy Viola rafinesquii
Violet, Johnny-jump-up Viola tricolor wild pansy
Violet, Johnny-jump-up Viola Cultivated
Violet, Pansy Viola poss. primulifolia
Violet, White, Pansy
Violet, Pansy CV Crystal Bowl Viola X hybrida Cultivated, blue center
Violet, Pansy, Jolly Joker Cultivated, AAS
Violet, Pansy, Bingo Yellow with Blotch Cultivated, also shown with Dianthus
Violet, Pansy cv Imperial Gold PViola hybrid Cultivated
Violet closed flowers cleistogomous flowers Viola pacleistogomous flowers down in foliage almost belo
Violet, Yellow Smooth Viola pensylvanica
Viper's Bugloss, Blueweed Echium vulgare
Virginia Blue Flag Iris virginica
Virginia Bluebells Mertensia virginica
Virginia Creeper, Woodbine Parthenocissus quinquefolia also shown in fruit, fall colors
Virginia Meadow-Beauty Rhexia virginica
Virginia Spiderwort Tradescantia virginiana
Water Hemlock, Spotted Cowbane Cicuta maculata all parts dangerously poison
Water Plantain Alisma plantago
Wild Ginger Asarum canadense
Wild Bean, Pink Fuzzy Bean Strophostyles umbellata Pea family
Wood Nettle Laportea canadensis green flowers
Wood Sorrel Oxalis stricta alternative lawn
Water Avens Geum rivale Wetland Plant
Yarrow Achillea hybrid "Moonshine"
Yarrow, Coronation Gold cultivar - with fountain
Yarrow, Milfoil Achillea millefolium
Yarrow, 'Apple Blossom'
Yellow Star Grass Virginia Iris Family
Yellow Jessamine Gelsemium sempervirens S. Carolina State Flower
Plant Cissus japonica related to Grape Ivy, wild in Japan (starts white
Plant Cassia aluta
Plant Moraea polystachya
Plant Montia Linearis
Our Lady's Bedstraw Galium verum mattress stuffing
Wax Myrtle, Southern Myrica cerifera used for making candles
Ramie, China Grass Mepia nivea Bark, fibers, for making fishing nets, hats, moth
Sugar Cane, Andrews Sugar Factory, Barbados Agricultural Management Co.
Sugar Cane growing, being harvested and manufactured at above Factory, the whole process
Rubber Tree Hevea brasiliensis
Coffee, Trop. Afr. Coffee coffea arabica
Coffee Arabian Coffee coffea arabica shown with berries (fruit)
Coffee, Kentucky Coffee Tree, Am Gymnocladus Dioicus North American colonists used the large seeds to
Cotton, shown growing in field
Cotton, shown picked and pressed into bales, in the FALL, shown also seeds protuding
Cacao Fam. Sterfuliaceae (CHOCOLTheobroma cacao (theobrime) also close-up of fruit
Wild Rice Not rice but the seed of another aquatic grass na
Rice
Cocaine plant (Genus) Erythroxylum May be oldest domesticated plant, 2000-5000 years
Can of Palm Hearts next to Palm it comes from
Rye (grain) Secale lereale
Wheat (grain)
Dried Sorghum & Millet (ornamental)
Tomato farming, growing on black plastic mulch
Sorghum, Hungarian Black Seeded Sorghum bicolor once used to make brooms
Sugar Cane Sac officinorum
Marigolds planted in garden to repel insect pests from crops Pest Control in Gardening
Marigolds planted near pumpkins to repel insect pests from croPest Control in Gardening
Plastic snake used in garden to scare birds from crops & plantPest Control in Gardening
Spider Plant Cleome
Spiderwort Tradescantia ohiensis
Cats Ear
Mouse Ear Chickweed
Wood-Ear Mushroom
Flowering Peperomia Peperomia praseri Early angiosperm - Ecuador - Living Fossils
Tree Fern Osmonda fiber from trunk- Living Fossils
young larva Phengodes plumosa Bioluminescence (glows)
Click Beetle, S. Mexico Bioluminescence (glows)
Mature larva, never grows to mature adult beetle Bioluminescence (glows)
Kudzu - Ohwi Pueraria lobata INVASIVE, VINE
Purple Loosestrife Lythrum salicaria INVASIVE, introduced species, threatened habitat
Curly Dock INVASIVE
Garlic Mustard Alliaria petiolata INVASIVE
Poison Wood, Tree, Coral Sumac Metopium toxiferum Poison -Toxic Florida
Poison Sumac, Poison Sap of 2nd Largest Poison -Toxic, urushiol oil on skin will be absor
Manchineel, Manzana Apple Hippomane mancinella Poison -Toxic, Allergy Causing, S. FL.
Poison Tree, Murupita Euphorbiaceae: Hippomane glandPoison -Toxic -caustic sap causes blisters and bl
Jimsonweed Datura stramonium Poison -Toxic, shows flower only, seed pod, and b
Nightshade Solanum americanum Poison -Toxic, also shows black colored berries
Nightshade, Black Solanum nigrum Poison -Toxic , native to all USA
Nightshade, Eastern Black Solanum ptycanthum Poison -Toxic -causes nausea and cramps to extrem
Nightshade, Bittersweet Solanum dulcamara Poison Plants-Toxic, causes death, shown also red
Hemlock, Parsley, Poison Conium maculatum Poison -Toxic, shows red stalks, also peeled back
Cursed Crowfoot Ranunculaccae sc dynamic Poison - toxic to grazing animals
Wolf's Milk Euphorbia esula Poison -Toxic, shows yellow flowers, Michigan
Stinging Nettle Urtica dioica
Spurge Nettle / Tread Softly Cnidoscolus stimulosus
Greater Celandine, Swallowwort, Chelidonium majus Michigan, causes contact dermatitis, injurious
Mosquito bites (Everglades FL)
Devils Walking Stick, Hercules CAralia spinosa also shows champion tree
Devils Claw, Pull & Hold Back Pisonia aculeata
Honey Locust, Sweet Locust, ThorGleditsia triacanthos cultivar is thornless
Bull Thistle Carduus
Horse, Bull Nettle Solenum carolinense
Sawgrass Cladium jamaicense (taken in Everglades)
Rattlesnake Master Erygium yuccifolium
Goldenrod & Ragweed (RW) Ambrosia artemisiifolia
Mexican Poppy, Yellow Prickly PoArgemone mexicana ALLERGY CAUSING, bright yellow sap- Homestead FL
Ragweed (RW) Ambrosia artemisiifolia ALLERGY CAUSING
Ragweed / Giant / Great / Tall, Ambrosia trifida ALLERGY CAUSING
Poison Oak, Eastern (Toxicodendron) Rhus toxicariuTOXIC
Poison Oak, Western (Toxicodendron) Rhus diversiloTOXIC
Flowering Peperomia (Toxicodendron) Rhus vernix TOXIC
Poison Sumac Toxicodendron vernix TOXIC, shown bark with poisonous sap, fruit, fall
Poison Sumac Toxicodendron vernix TOXIC, shown with compound leaf, with 11 leaflets
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans Urushiol oil (black) is contained in the sap, whe
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans leaf miner moth in poison ivy leaf
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans shown fall colors
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans shown growing on second story of the E. A. Poe Mu
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans poison ivy growing on tree with regular ivy, pois
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans poison ivy in with Virginia Creeper
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans notched leaves
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans deeply lobed leaves
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans elongated leaves
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans shown with 4 leaves
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans shown with 2 leaves
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans shown with folded leaves
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans shown with 5 leaves
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans unusual growth pattern of 3 leaves
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans shown with white berries
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans shown with male flowers
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans shown with galls
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans aerial roots, shown in winter
Poison Ivy, aerial ~ adventitiou(Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans Vines grow almost straight up rather than wrappin
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans aerial roots in winter, shown on tree trunk
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans shown climbing on brick wall
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans shown climbing on a fence
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans shown on a boardwalk/pier at Back Bay
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans shown as a rash on a person
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron) Rhus radicans with hog peanut look alike leaves
Poison Ivy, Non Climbing Toxicodendron rydbergii , old TOXIC
Poison Ivy, Non Climbing (Toxicodendron) Rydbergii TOXIC, shown clusters of fruit at leaf axil, Cana
Poison Ivy, Non Climbing (Toxicodendron) Rydbergii TOXIC, shown leaf variations side by side, Canada
Laurel Sumac Malosma laurina
Poisonwood, Florida Poison Tree,Metopium toxiferum TOXIC, urushiol, oily toxic sap, also shows berri
Manchineel, Manzana Apple Guooinabe nabcubekka TOXIC
Mango TOXIC sap
Cocklebur, Clotbur Xanthium strumarium
Sandspur Cenchrus
Musk Thistle, Nodding Thistle Carduus nutans
Cleavers, Goose Grass, Bedstraw,Galium aparine plants & seeds stick to fur & cloth
Spanish Needles (Beggar Tick (BeBidens bipinnata
Lance-leaved Tickseed, Yellow CoCoreopsis lanceolata
Beggar Ticks (Beggar-ticks), TicBidens aristosa
Common Beggar Tick (Beggar-tick)Bidens pilosa alba Food for adult Zebra Longwing Butterfly
Beggar Ticks Bidens alba shown flowers
Yellow Butterwort Pinquicula lutea INSECTIVOROUS
Butterwort, with trapped insects INSECTIVOROUS
Bladderwort Utricularia inflata INSECTIVOROUS - also fresh H2O plant
Venus Flytrap, Venus Flycatcher Dionaea muscipula INSECTIVOROUS
Pitcher Plant, Purple, Northern Sarracenia purpurea INSECTIVOROUS
Pitcher Plant,Yellow Sarracenia alata INSECTIVOROUS
Pitcher Plant, Trumpet Sarracenia flava INSECTIVOROUS
Pitcher Plant Sarracenia Hybrid X Catesbaci INSECTIVOROUS - hybrid
Pitcher Plant, Sweet Sarracenia rubra INSECTIVOROUS
Pitcher Plant, Alabama CanebrakeSarracenia rubra ssp. AlabamenINSECTIVOROUS
Pitcher Plant, Crimson, FiddlersDionaea muscipula INSECTIVOROUS - Gulf Coast region, Mobile AL
Pitcher Plant, White Trumpet Sarracenia leucophylla INSECTIVOROUS - Gulf Coast area Mobile AL
Pitcher Plant, Crimson Sarracenia drummondeii INSECTIVOROUS
Pitcher Plant Nepenthes x dyeriana INSECTIVOROUS - vine, Longwood Gardens
Pitcher Plant, Parrot Sarracenia psittacina INSECTIVOROUS
Pitcher Plant Sarracenia x catesbaei INSECTIVOROUS
Sundew, Threadleaf, Dew-Thread Drosera filiformis var. tracyiINSECTIVOROUS, shown also eating
Sundew Drosera intermedia INSECTIVOROUS, shown also with fly
Sundew Drosera intermedia INSECTIVOROUS, shown also with spider
Sundew Drosera intermedia INSECTIVOROUS, shown also with frog
Sundew, Roundleaf Drosera notundifolia INSECTIVOROUS, shown also leaf in middle with clo
Sundew (S. Chile) Drosera uniflora INSECTIVOROUS

VINES
Milk Vine Matelea gonocarpa
Clematis Clematis dioscoreifolia
Clematis Clematis crispa
Clematis also shown on Crape Myrtle
Clematis 'Nelly Moser'
Cypress Vine, shown with red flowers Florida
Virgin's Bower Eastern, Wild CleClematis virginiana
Mexican Flame
Dodder, Love Vine Cuscuta compacta, Cassytha parparasitic plant with no leaves and small flowers
Dodder, Love Vine Cuscuta gronovii
Dodder, Love Vine, strangleweed,Cassytha filiformis FL
Climbing Hydrangea Vine Decumeria barbara Pith in center is missing - Unusual
Bittersweet Celastrus orbiculatus also shown close-up of bright red berries
Purple Wreath, Queens-Wreath Petrea volubilis
Supplejack, Green Vine Berchemia scandens on grape, example of symbiosis, mutualism
Forest Bell Creeper Tecomanthe dendrophila on a long pergola

BRACKISH WATER
Atlantic Cordgrass Spartina alterniflora BEACH plant
Saltmeadow Cordgrass Spartina patens flowers in a saltmarsh
Prairie Cordgrass Spartina pectinata MN wetland
SCENIC FRESH WATER
Pretty Lake, Virginia Weslyan
Croaker, Virginia lake scene
Walkway across a pond
lake scene, tall grasses, Walden Pond
group of pine trees at a pond, fall colors
water treatment plant
FRESH WATER PLANTS
Plant Lasia spinosa trop. Asia
Water Smartweed Polygonum amphibium
Arrow Arum Peltandra virginica
Water Celery Oenanthe aquatica
Water Clover Marsilea mutica
Blue Hyssop Bacopa caroliniana
Water Hawthorn Aponogeton distachyos
Water Hemlock Circuta
Water Lettuce Pistia stratiotes
Red Stem Ludwigia decurrens
Mosaic Plant Ludwigia sidioides Evening Primrose family
Parrot Feather Myriophyllum brasiliense
Hustonia
Water Canna Thalia dealbata
Water Plant Spirodela polyrrhiza
Yellow Fringe Nymphoides crenata
White Water Fringe Nymphoides indica
Water Fringe, Yellow Floating HeNymphoides peltata
Water, Taro Root Colocasia esculenta
Water Snowflake Nymphoides cristata
Chinese Taro Alocasia cusullata
Alligator, Fire Flag Thalia geniculata S. FL.
Umbrella Sedge Cyperaceae albostriatus S. Africa
Sedge, Fine Leaved White Top, StDichromena colorata
Spikerush Eleocharis in the Cyperaceae growing in temporary pond on Eastern Shore of VA
Blunt Spike Rush Eleocharis obtusa poss. on water's edge
Scouring Rush Equisetum hyemale Horsetails
Field Horsetail Equisetum arvense
Yellow Nut, Gold Rush Cyperus esculatus emergent plant
False Nutgrass / A sedge Cyperus strigosus emergent plant
Water Plantain Alisma plantago-aquatica
Water Violet, Featherfoil Hottonia inflata
Water Poppy Hydrocleys nymphoides
Water Parsnip Sium suave Florida
Water Parsnip Sium suave MN Mississippi river floodplain meadow
Water Pennywort, Marsh PennywortHydrocotyle umbellata
Pennywort, Seaside Hydrocotyle bonariensis
Arrowhead, Duck Potato, Arum, DwSagittaria montevidensis Sagittaria latifolia, S. macrophylla
Arrowhead, Broad-leaved, Duck poSagittaria latifolia
Water Hyacinth Eichhornia crassipes
Frog's Bit, Lippia, Floating HeaLimnobium spongia Pistillate flowers
Duckweed Lemna (major) aequinoctialis
Duckweed Lemna minor
Spirodela Spirodela polyrrhiza
Golden Club Orontium aquaticum
Vallisneria sp. Vallisneria sp. blossoms of one sex only, male & female flowers
Anacharis, Water Weed, BrazilianEgeria densa, syn Anacharis densa, Elodea densa
Wolfia Wolffiella floridana smallest plant in the world
Water Lily nymph. Jongkolnfe a pink douple
Water Lily Fragrant Nymphaea odorata in same image, white is the wild color, pink is t
Water Lily, Queen of Siam
Water Lily, Star of Siam
Water Lily,Water Lotus, Sacred LNelumbo nucifisra tropical water lily
Water Lily, Fragrant Nymphaea odorata
Water Lily, Arc-en-ciel
Water Lily, Yellow, "Banana WateNymphaea mexicana
Water Lily, Yellow Floating HearNymphoides peltata
Water Lily, Charlene Strawn
Water Lily, Giant Victoria
Water Lily, Spatterdock, Yellow Nuphar luteum
Water, American Lotus, Pond NutsNelumbo lutea water chinaquin
Water Lily, Lotus, Mrs. Terry D. Slocum nutlets in an aggregate accessory fruit
Water Lily, Prickly, Gorgon PlanEuryale ferox India and China
Water Lily, Santa Cruz, VictoriaVictoria cruziana
Water Lily, Santa Cruz, VictoriaVictoria cruziana shown also, scientist, (botanist) in water holdi
Water Lily, Santa Cruz, VictoriaVictoria cruziana shown also, underside of the large lily, shows sp
Water Lily, Santa Cruz, VictoriaVictoria cruziana two types in same image
Water Lotus in backwater of UppeNelumbo lutea
Arrowhead of Upper Mississipppi Sagittaria latifolia
Cardinal Flower, edge of FloodplLobelia
Narrow -leaved Cattail, Upper MiTypha angustifolia
Broad -leaved Cattail, Upper MisTypha latifolia
Moneywort in floodplain of UpperLystmachia nummularia
Softstem bulrush and Scirpus validus, and Broad leaved Cattail, Upper Mississippi River
Emergent vegetation backwater wetland of Upper Mississipppi River, Bulrush, Cattail, Rice Cut Grass
Emergent (Sagittaria) floating leaved plants
Isolated backwater in Floodplain
Potamogaton natans
Potamogaton epihydrus
Reed Spargonium eurycarpum
Wild Indigo (a shrub growing in Amorpha fruticosa
Crowfoot Ranunculces, Longirostris isolatea
Backwater LAKE, Upper Mississippi River
Cattail, Common, Broad Leaved Typha latifolia
Cattail Typha angustifolia
Cattail, Narrow Leaf
Cattail something happened with cells in the middle of th
Cattail, Southern Typha dominginensis Florida

SAPROPHYTIC
Ball Moss Tillandsia recurvata
Inflated Wild-pine Tillandsia balbisiana
Southern Needleleaf, Wild Pine Tillandsia setacea
Bartram's Airplant or T simulataTillandsia bartramii or Tillandsia simulata
Spanish Moss Tillandsia usneoides
Green flowers of Spanish Moss (MTillandsia usneoides Saprophytic
Cardinal Wild Pine Tillandsia fasciculata Bromeliad, Epiphyte uses other plant for support
Beech Drops Epifagus Saprophytic
Squaw, Cancer Root Conopholis americana Saprophytic
Pinesap Monotropa hypopithys Saprophytic
Mistletoe growing on Poison Ivy Saprophytic

GRASSES, BAMBOOS, SEDGES, RUSHES
Bamboo On Hemmingway's Estate, Key West FL
Bamboo, Mexican Weeping Otatea acuminata
Bamboo cross-section Monocet stem
Painted Bamboo Bambusa vulgaris 'Vittata' Fairchild Gardens structures like a bat, uncurled
Arrow-grass Triglochin maritimum Michigan, cold hearty
Bromegrass Bromus sp.
Broomstraw, Beard Grass Andropogon shown in fall
Big Bluestem / Turkey Andropogon gerardii important grass of the tall-grass prairie
Cheat Grass Bromus tectorum
French Sorrel
Bottle Brush Grass Hysterix patual
Bulrush, Saltmarsh Scirpus
Bulrush, Green Scirpus atrovirens With orb web spider in top
Bulrush, Wool Grass Scirpus cyperinus
Eastern Gama Grass, Eastern MockTripsacum dactyloides Habitat: Swamp and wet soil
White Topped Sedge
Porcupine Eulelia Grass Miscanthus sinensis 'strictus'
Grass test plots
Regal Mist, Deer Grass Muhlenbergia rigens
Gulf Coast Muhly, Texas Muhly GrMuhlenbergia capillaris
Miniature Fountain Grass Pennisetum alopecuroides, 'Little Bunny'
Mondry Fountain Grass Pennisetum alopecuroides, 'Mondry'
Purple Nutsedge Cyperus rotundus
Umbrella Sedge Cyperaceau albostriatus South Africa
Heavy Metal Switch Grass Panicum virgatum 'Heavy Metal'
Switch Grass Panicum virgatum Midwestern prairies
Mondo Grass Ophiopagon japonicus in flower
Pampas Grass Cortaderia selloana
Rush, Slender, Path Juncus tenvis
Blood Grass
Blood Grass, Japanese Imperata cylindrica 'Red Baron'
Maiden Grass 'Puenht' Miscanthus sinensis 'Puenhtchen'
Maiden Grass, Dwarf Miscanthus sinensis 'Strictus'
Velvet Grass Holcus lanatus invasive, exotic
Side Oats Gramma Bouteloua curtipendula
White Topped Sedge
White Bracted Sedge Rhynchospara colorata FL.
Giant Reed, Variegated Arundo donax variegated garden origin
Tiger Grass Thysanolaena maxima
Barnyard Grass / Wild Millet Echinochloa / E. crusgalli or E. muricata

LAWN GRASSES
Altlantic Cordgrass
Sedge Carex complanata
Sedge Carex lurida
Sedge Carex intumescens
Sedge, Hop Carex lupulina Neb.
Bermuda Grass Cynodon dactylon
Blue-eyed Grass Sisyrinchium
Coastal Broomsedge Andropogon virginicus
Fescue, Blue Festuca glauca
Fescue, Little Bluestem Schizachyrium scoparium
Fescue, Tall Festuca arundinacea
Fescue, Hard / Sheep Festuca ovina var. duriuscula
Giant Plume Grass Erianthus
Giant Reed Phragmites communis
Giant Reed / Common Reed Phragmites australis
Johnson Grass Sorghum halepense
Orchid Grass Dactylis glomerata
Pink Wood Sorrel Oxalis stricta OXALIS, ornamental
Yellow Wood Sorrel Oxalis stricta OXALIS, ornamental
Purple Leaf Oxalis , Purple ShamOxalis regnellii poss 'AtropuOXALIS, ornamental
Oxalis Oxalis violacea OXALIS, ornamental
Oxalis Sorrel Gray Green Wood SoOxalis dillenii OXALIS, ornamental
Ryegrass, Annual Lolium multiflorum
Canada Wild Rye Elymus canadensis Prairie plant
Oats, Wild Chasmanthium latifolium
Witch Grass Panicum capillare
Centipede Grass Eremochloa ophiuroides
Kentucky Bluegrass Poa pratensis

LAWN WEEDS
Rice, Wild
Sugarcane Plume Grass Erianthus giganthus
Goose Grass Eleusine indica
Sweet Vernal Anthoxanthum odoratum
Foxtail Grass Setaria
Foxtail Grass, Giant Nodding Setaria faberii
Dallas Grass Paspalum dilatum
Annual Bluegrass Poa trivialis
Dichondra Dichondra carolinensis
Bittercress Cardamine hirsuta
Curly Dock Rumex crispus Invasive
Curly Dock Dichondra carolinensis Invasive
Garden Sorrel Rumex acetosa
Crabgrass, Smooth, Large Digitaria sanguinalis
Dog Fennel Anthemis arvensis
Dog Fennel Eupatorium capillifolium
Fall Panicum Panicum dichotomiflorum weed
Field Madder Sherardia arvensis
Ground Ivy, Gill-over-the-groundGlechoma hederacea
Henbit
Horse, Bull Nettle Solanum carolinense
Lambsquarters, Common Chenopodium album
Peppergrass, Poor-man's Pepper Lepidium virginicum
Peppergass, Field Lepidium campestre
Plantain, English, Buckhorn Plantago lanceolata
Plantain, Pale, Broadleaf Plantago rugelii
Plantain, Woolly Plantago patagonica Sand Prairie (wildflower)
Purple Dead Nettle Lamium
Plant Eclipta alba
Plant Rumex conglomeratus
Shatterstone, Child Pick-a-Back,Phyllanthus / Urinaria / Amarus / Niruri / Debilis
WILD GRASSES
Rice Cut Grass Ceersia oryzides cuts skin when you walk through it
Rice, Wild shown, Staminate spiklets, Pistillate spiklets, a
Crowfoot Grass Dactyloctenium aegyptium
BEACH PLANTS
Sea Rocket Cakile
Sea Oats Uniola paniculata
Sea Ox-eye Borrichia frutescens
Knotgrass "Seashore", Thompson Paspalum distichum, axonopus
Beach Grass, American Ammophila breviligulata poss.
Seaside Pennywort, Large Leaf Hydrocotyle bonariensis
Seaside, Beach Evening Primrose Oenothera humifosa
Saltmeadow Cordgrass Spartina patens Grows in Salt Marshes
Marsh Elder Iva frutescens

SUCCULENTS
Bear Grass, Sotol Dasylirion leiophyllum
Bear Grass, Agave Nolina texana
Beargrass Nolina erumpens Big Bend Texas
Beargrass, Elk Grass, Indian BasXerophyllum tenax Mt. Rainier National Park
Bear Grass, in bloom, with Mt. Rainier in background
Boojum, (Boojom) Cirio Idrua columnaris Baja Calif.
Desert Rose, Adenium Adenium obesum small tree: caudex, sort of big bulge under the b
Schotls Agave
Century Plant, Agave Americana, Agave americana Huntington Gardens, native of Mexico, used for ma
Century Plant Agave americana tall as telephone poles
Prob. Parry Century Plant Agave parryi Chihuahua Desert, Carlsbad NM
Century Plant Agave americana in bloom
Agave Agave sobolifera
Syn: Agave morrisii, Agave ornata

Agave Shindagger Agave lechuguilla one of the smallest species of Agave
Agave, shown with Texas Madrone Agave havari, Arbutus xalapensis
Plant Cyphostemma juttae relative of grape
Night-blooming Cereus
Night-blooming Cereus, Sweet-sceCereus grandiflorus -Synonyms: Selenicereus grandiflorus (Britt. & Rose)
Night-blooming Cereus, Dutchman'Epiphyllum oxypetalum / Synonym: Epiphyllum latifrons, Phyllocactus acuminatus,
Cape Aloe Aloe ferox medicinal
Veld Grape Cissus quadrangula
Pearly Moonstones Pachyphytum oviferum shown in a container
Bottle tree Pachypodium lealii succulent shrub or treelet up to 6 meters tall -
from Madagascar Pachypodium cactipes thick succulent
from Madagascar Pachypodium rosulatum one of the most beautiful blooming succulents

CACTUS
Cactus Cylindropuntia imbricata shown with 15 seed pods on one pad, may be a reco
Cactus Opuntia spinosissiman
Bakersfield Beavertail, BeavertaOpuntia basilaris, O leasei, O brachyclada, O humistrata, O whitneyana, O longi
Purple Pricklypear possibly Opuntia macrocentra
Black-Spine Prickly Pear Opuntia macrocentra Big Bend Texas
Prickly Pear Purple Tinge Opuntia microcentra
Cow Blinder Opuntia rufida, Syn: Opuntia lBoquillas Limestone on the eastern side of the Bi
Cacti, several for sale in little pots at a Nursery
Cactus, Paper Spine Opuntia glomerata paper thin flexible spines
Cactus, Old Man of Peru Epostoa melanostele
Plains Prickly Pear Cliff PricklOpuntia polyacantha prob.
Cactus, Boojom (Boojum) Fouquieria columnaris
Cactus Opuntia moniliformis synonym of Consolea moniliformis ssp. moniliformis Opuntia
Cactus, Prickly Pear, Fragile Opuntia fragilis
Cactus, Prickly Pear, Coastal Opuntia stricta
Caterpillar Cactus Stenocereus eruca
Cactus, Dildo Native to Florida
No Common Name Ferocactus latispinus Mexico, Sierra Madre
Strawberry Hedgehog Cactus Echinocereus engelmannii = Synonym: Cereus engelmannii, Echinocereus engelmanni
Ocotillo, Candlewood Fouquieria shown also in bloom, shown also with leaves, Sagu
Ocotillo, African Alluaudia procera example of convergent evolution - unrelated plant
Lady Finger Cactus Echinocereus pentalopus cactaceae
Mammillaria Mammillaria elegans
Texas Nipple Cactus Mammillaria prolifera with red fruits
Cactus, Little Candles Mammilaria prolifera in pot with flowers / red fruit
Queens Ruey Mammillaria magnimamma small ruby flowers
Yellow Pitaya Echinocereus dasyacanthus
Pereskia, Lemon Vine earliest cactus, has areoles (growth point) & spi
Jesus Crown of Thorns Ziziphus spina christi PERESKIA
Barrel, Fishhook, Yellow Cactus Ferocactus wislizenii
Barrel, Golden Barrel Cactus Echinocactus grusonii Mexico, Huntington Gardens
Turk's Cap Cactus Melocactus azureus
Cholla, Chain Fruit Opuntia fulgida
Cholla, Chain Fruit Opuntia fulgida shown also Cactus Wren (Campylorhynchus brunneicp
Cholla, Plateau Cylindropuntia whipplei
Cholla, Cane
Cholla, Pencil Opuntia arbuscula
Cholla, Teddy Bear Opuntia bigelovii
Cholla, Klein Cholla, Tasajillo,Opuntia kleiniae
Cholla, Tree / Chain-Link CactusCylindropuntia imbricata/ syn Alamo
Cholla, Jumping
Saguaro Cactus Cereus giganteus low humidity
Saguaro Cactus Cereus giganteus Fasciation - cresting
Saguaro Cactus, Nurse Tree Cereus giganteus Nurse tree, Paloverde, shading & protecting cactu
Saguaro Cactus large cactus dressed up like Santa Claus, in Sun
Prickly Pear Cactus Opuntia engelmannii shown planted in old bathtub
Prickly Pear Cactus Opuntia engelmannii shown growing on roof in San Jose Mission
Prickly Pear Cactus Opuntia humifusa spell, O. compressa
Prickly Pear Cactus bud Opuntia humifusa
Prickly Pear Cactus Opuntia humifusa in flower
Drummond's Prickly Pear Cactus Opuntia drummondii N.C., shown also, first time in flower June 2, 02
Drummond's Prickly Pear Cactus Opuntia drummondii shown also with seed pods
Prickly Pear Cactus, purple Opuntia violacea var. santa-rilow humidity
Prickly Pear Cactus, Coastal Opuntia stricta
Prickly Pear Cactus Also shaped into a wreath and hanging on a porch
Prickly Pear, Fragile Opuntia fragilis Michigan State Endangered
Prickly Pear Cactus Opuntia moniliformis Large with orange and yellow flowers
Thanksgiving Cactus Zygocactus truncatus, Schlumbesimilar to the Christmas Cactus which has rounder
Assorted Cacti Gymnocalycium friedrichii possGreen flower
Grafted red, orange, pink, yelloGymnocalycium mihanovichii "hiMutant with red body, no chlorophyl. Must be gra
YUCCA
Yucca Filamentosa poss.
Yucca, Spanish Bayonet Yucca filamentosa
Yucca, Soaptree Yucca, Spanish BYucca elata arboresent narrow leaf Yucca in the Carlsbad
Yucca, Red Hesperaloe parviflora sym. Yucca parviflora
Yucca Filifera
Joshua Tree Yucca brevifolia
Thompson's Yucca Yucca thompsoniana Big Bend National Park - Texas
Giant Dagger Yucca Yucca faxoniana, Syn Y. carnerBig Bend National Park - Texas
Beaked Yucca Yucca rostrata National Champ, San Antonio Zoo
Yucca Whipplei
Yucca, Torrey Tree Yucca torrey
DESERT CRASSULA
Sedum succulent
Plant Crassula perfoliata, var. FalcSouth Africa
Jade succulent
Crassula Crassula catitella ssp thyrisisucculent, most compact, dwarf form
Sempervivum cv Moonwalker succulent
Plant Sempervivum zeleboai succulent
String of Beads Senecio rowleyanus succulent
Hens-and-Chicks Sempervivum tectorum calcareumsucculent
Hens-and-Chicks Sempervivum sp. S. 'Woolcott'ssucculent
Sempervivum 'Olivette' succulent
Sempervivum 'Ramses' succulent
Donkey's Tail Sedum morganianum succulent
Bird of Paradise, Red Caesalpinia pulcherrima
Bird of Paradise, White
Cacti, various in water thrifty desert garden scene
Fiddleneck Amsinckia tesselata
Sotol, Desert Spoon Dasylirion wheeleri
Golden Crown Beard mild climate causes flowers to bloom into late wi
Creosote Bush Larrea divaricata Sonoran Desert, green bark, thorn-tipped branches
Turpentine Bush Ericameria laricifolia low humidity, high altitude
Foothills, Yellow, Green Palo VeCercidium microphyllum syn ParSonoran Desert, green bark, thorn-tipped branches
Foothills, Yellow, Green Palo VeCercidium microphyllum syn Parbark, trunk, leaf and thorns
Mexican (Green) Palo Verde /JeruParkinsonia aculeata syn. Parkinsonia thornberi
Desert Globe Mallow (Sphaeralcea ambiqua, Orange flowers), Brittlebush (E. farinosa), Giant Saguaro (Carnegiea
Brittlebush with Giant Saguaro (Carnegiea gigantea) in background
Brittlebush Encelia farinosa
Desert Marigold Baileya multiradiata Yellow
Texas Ranger, Texas Sage, BaromeLeucophyllum frutescens Purple flower, planted in Las Vegas display garde
Desert Wildflowers
Saguaro cacti, Lake Pleasant AriCereus gigantens
Saguaro cacti, Desert Clouds
Ocotillo, Sonora Desert, AZ Fouquieria splendens
Brittlebush, Lake Havasu State Park AZ
Gout Plant, Tartogo Jatropha podagrica a Euphorbia
Seneco poss. Seneco poss. Big Bend TX
Sotol Dasylirion spp Big Bend TX
Ephedra, poss. Jointfir or Mormon Tea Big Bend TX
Spanish Moss Tillandsia usneoides Epiphyte, SAPROPHYTIC
Bromeliocae on palm Epiphyte
Helecho epifitae Epiphyte
Epifitas Bromeliacae Epiphyte
Epiphytic Ferns Epiphyte
Epiphyte Monstera dilacerata Epiphyte - Appressed-climbing vines, trunk epiph
Epiphytes / Epipyhytic / Jungle / Rain Forest Fairchild Gardens
Epiphyte, Cardinal Wild Pine Fairchild Gardens
Telegraph Plant, syn Semaphore PDesmodium motorium / DesmodiumIt moves rt pediole, Unusual Plant
Plant Telancia urticulata BROMELIAD
Plant Tillondsia tenuifolia BROMELIAD
Wild Pine Tillondsia fasciculata BROMELIAD
Colony Tree Plants 15 species on one tree
Tricolor Pineapple Aranas comosus, variegatus BROMELIAD - Brazil
Neoregelia cv Bullis Neoregelia concentrica BROMELIAD, Tree frogs breed in
Bromeliad Aechmea calina South America
Bromeliad, Silver Vase Aechmea fasciata indoor plant, a good remover of formaldehyde in i
Bromeliad Aechmea blanchetiana cultivar
Bromeliad Vriesea imperialis most sought after bromeliad of all - Brazil

PLANT PARTS
roots growing on an outdoor wall
tree roots (Cedar) holding rock
Bamboo, prop roots
Brown thrasher feather with cucumber tendril growing around it
rotting root and stem in a plant
fall leaves against a close-up shot of wood grain in tree trunk
pine cone amidst Virginia Creeper vine
Virginia Creeper adhesive disks
Tendril of passion vine in spider web
Resin, Norfolk Island Pine branching is in whorls or verticels
Norfolk Island Pine, Pagoda TreeAraucaria heterophylla One of tallest trees in FL. Grows to 200 ft., was
Norfolk Island Pine, Pagoda TreeAraucaria heterophylla shows gold roots (parts exposed to sun), CONIFER
Java Velvet Plant, Purple, RoyalGynura aruantiaca Colorful & fuzzy
Ivy vines
Negative geotropism, bend phototropism
Blackberry thorns
Sweet Pea
Willow bark is "shaggy"
Chayote Sechium edule
Advent stems, roots, Crape Myrtle
Vines of Virginia Creeper
Purple Coneflower parts
Hosta, Green Wedge, Seeds
Liatris Seeds
Turtlehead, with powdery mildew Chelone glabra
Leaf structures unfolding
Fennel leaf, unfolding
Pavunia Multi Flora Epicalyx bract leaves
Red Mangrove, aerial roots
Voodoo Plant, leaf structures
Thistle seeds
Pollen on water interesting shapes (Dismal Swamp)
Pollen dist
Closeup of Joe Pyeweed flowers
Blackberry leaves with moisture Transpiration, diffusion of water vapor from aeri
Close-up of knotwood
Close-up of RED knotwood
Mother in Law Tongue Sanseveria with red rhizome
Silver Sage, Leaf densly tomentoSalvia argentea
Flower attached to the fruit (gourd)
EXTERNAL GROWTH FACTORS
Lateral branching when tip is cut. Lima Bean Apical dominance is destroyed when growth tip is
Argeranthemum 'Chelsea Girl'
Coleas, phototropism, response to light
Chrysanthemum premature flowering
Albizzia / Mimosa left side in dark
Loblolly Pine and Sweet Gum shows Gymnosperms such as Evergreens- Conifer whi
Bean Plant, experimental, oxygen deprivation Petroleum jelly on leaf shows: stop air exchange
Phototropism, Bean Plant shows before response
Gravitropism, Bean Plant
Schefflera Brassaia actinophylla two plants, one in a pot that illustrates reduced
Sprouting Bean Parts identified cotyledon - also called seed leaves first true le
Shrub shaped like state of TEXAS (Topiary)
Juniper (Topiary) Juniperus chinensus cv hetzii columnaris
Crape Myrtle (Topiary) Lagerstroemia indica
Dinosaur (Topiary)
Rabbit shaped tree or shrub in Childrens' Section at Longwood Botanical Gardens (Topiary)
Shaped Juniper Topiary, with variegated ivy underneath
Geranium trees - Topiaries with Christmas
Rosemary Topiaries wrapped with Christmas
Elephant Shape (Topiary)

BERRIES
Blackberry Rubus
Blackberry, Himalaya Berry Rubus bifrons
Blackberry, Highbush Rubus allegheniensis (argutus)Common blackberry
Raspberry, Wild Rubus
Raspberry, Flowering Rubus odoratus
Raspberry, Red, Wild Rubus
Raspberry, Black, Wild Rubus occidentalis
Blueberry, Western, Mt. HucklebeVaccinium
Blueberry, Rabbit Eye Vaccinium
Blueberry, Highbush
Mulberry, White Morus alba leaves, both fruit color forms on one tree
Mulberry, Red leaves and bark
Mulberry, Russian, Paper
Gooseberry, Fuchsia-flowered Ribes speciosum
Gooseberry, Squaw-Huckleberry, DVaccinium stamineum
Mulberry, French, Beauty Berry Callicarpa americana
Strawberries grown on plastic mulch
Strawberries mutation in growth, double berries
Strawberries Fragaria virginiana wild strawberry plants, with flower, shown also,
Black Currants Ribes nigrum Berry used for perserves, alternate host for whit
Grapes, Fox Vitis labrusca
Grapes, Muscadine, Bullface, ScuVitis rotundifolia cultivar
Grapes, Golden Muscadine Vitis rotundifolia cultivar
Grapes, Purple-leaved Wine Vitis vinifera cv purpurea Espalier vine, shaped, trained, pruned to grow fl
Grapes, Purple and Green in same image
Grapes, Riverbank / River Vitis riparia MN
Grapes, Edelweiss MN
CITRUS
Chandler Pummelo' Citrus Maxima
Pummelo Calif. In green netting
Jar of Limes
Citrus X Paradise, Rio Red Greatfruit
Citrus X Paradisi 'Gro Blanco'
Lemon, Citrus Limon 'Meyeri'
Oranges, Blood
Oranges, Moro Blood Citrus sinensis 'Moro' Darkest blood orange, tastes like an orange cross
Mandarin Orange Citrus reticulata
Changsha Mandarin / Changsha TanCitrus reticulata San Antonio Botanical Garden
Oranges, Sour, Bitter, Bigarade,Citrus citrofortunella - Citruused as rootstock for other commercial varieties
Limequat Cit. Swingle 'lavares'
Citrus X Tangelo, Minneola Tangelo
Citrus 'Kaffir' Aurantil folla
Citrus, Honeybell Tangelo Minneola' (Citrus x tangelo) very sweet
Citrus, Key Limes Citrus aurantifolia Native to Malaya, India, smaller and juicier than
Citrus, Marsh Grapefruit Citrus paradisi (Marsh) Harry P. Kue Gardens, Orlando
Citrus, Marsh Grapefruit Citrus paradisi (Marsh) Bronze sculpture of citrus worker, William Ludwig
Citrus, Marsh Grapefruit Citrus paradisi (Marsh) another bronze sculpture, another citrus worker
Citrus, Trifoliate Orange Poncirus trifoliata syn. syn. Bitter tasting
Kumquat, Nagami Fortunella margarita Citrus
Ugli -Ugly Fruit, Jamaican Ugly tangelo from Jamaica. A natural combination of a tangerine - a grapefru
FRUITS & VEGETABLES, STILL LIFE large format
MIXED STILL LIFE (CAKE, EGG, CORNUCOPIA, ETC.) large format

FRUITS
Dragon Fruit, Pitahaya, StrawberHylocereus undatus vining, terrestrial or epiphytic cactus
Canistel (Canestel) Egg-Fruit, YPouteria campechiana
Star Fruit, Carambola Annona carambola
Pear, Chinese Pyrus ussuriensis
Persimmon Diospyros virginiana
the Sapodilla Sapota achras, formerly Achrasoften eaten raw, but it may be cooked into jam, g
Olive, Common Tree Olea europaea var. europaea
Avocado, Florida Persea shown close-up
Avocado, Hass
Pineapple Guava Feijoa sellowiana pink white red flower
White Guava Psidium guajava green on outside white inside. Looks like apple
Quince, Chinese Pseudocydonia sinensis
Pineapple Guava Feijoa sellowiana
Mango (allergy from sap) Mangifera indica with fruit, also flowers
Mango, Kent
Mango, Nam Doc Mai polyembryonic mango- when planted, seed will prod
Nectarine, California
Passion Fruit, Yellow
Pears, Keiffer
Papaya
Papaya, Red Lady Carica papaya
Plumcots
Fig
Pawpaw Asimina triloba fruit and flowers
Pawpaw Asimina triloba whole tree
Kiwi Aetinidia chinensis fruit and vines
Spanish Lime, Genip, Quenepa, MaMelicoccus bijugatus aka Melicocca bijuga
Travelers Palm Ravenala madagescariensis banana plant
Banana, Dwarf Musa mana S. China, Convolute describes how the leaf is rol
Banana, Dwarf, Cavendish Musa acuminata (cv)
Plantain, Maya Hawaiin banana family
Bananas, Baby Apple Mazana
Banana parthenocarpy - the development of the ovary of f
Plantain, Maya Hawaiin banana family
Coconuts, Water, Golden & Green, Malay
Coconuts, Husked, Dominican Republic
Kiwano Melon, African Cucumber, Cucumis metuliferus oval shaped fruit with horns on its peel, bright
Pepino Melon, Pepino Dulce, MelSolanum muricatum produced from pepino plant. Ecuadorian Gold marke
Watermelon also called a pepo = melons
Watermelon, Jubilee shows being raised
Watermelon, Moon and Stars yellow spots, seeds, - Amish Heirloom
Watermelon giant melon - approx. 70 lbs.
Watermelon, Crimson Sweet Heirloom, round
Watermelon, Sangria Heirloom
Watermelon Children eating a slice
Watermelon shown on an old fashioned covered wagon type frui
Woman selling fruits & vegetables from back of truck
Honeylope Giant cantaloupe, 31.5 lbs.
Cantaloupe, Hales Best Reticulatus Group Heirloom introduced in 1924
Seedless Che Cudrania tricuspidata splendid crop of lovely red fruit clusters over t

VEGETABLES
early garden rows of plants in garden
vegetable garden surrounded by white picket fence, also shows scarecrow
vegetables growing, eggplant, basil, staked tomatoes
Tilled garden, ready for planting
Rocket, Arugula Eruca vesicaria subsp. Sativa used for salads (Michigan)
Jicama, Yam Bean, Mexican PotatoPachyrhizus erosus
Loofah, Angled Luffa acutangula Edible only when young, when dried, used as loofa
Loofah , Smooth Luffa aegyptiaca
Mustard Greens
Lettuce, Great Lakes
Lettuce, Open
Lettuce, Butterhead (Boston), Cindy Variety
Malabar Spinach Basella alba
Spinach Spinacea oleracea Michigan
Spinach, New Zealand Tetragonia tetragonioides
Spinach, Water Ipomoea aquatica Related to common morning glory
Golden Beet- Golden roots and succulent edible leaves Chenopodiaceae family with spinach
Beetroot - Redbeet Beta vulgaris crassa
Sugar Beet Beta vulgaris var. saccharifera
Cardoon Cynara cardunculus
Collards, Morris Heading
Carrots
Carrot, Beta Sweet, a maroon carDaucus carota especially high in the anti-oxidant lycopene, dev
Swiss Chard, Ruby Red, Rhubarb Beta vulgaris
Swiss Chard, Bright Lights AAS 1998
Kale, Ornamental, Flowering, WhiBrassica oleracea not edible, ornamental
Kale, Ornamental, Flowering, MajBrassica oleracea acephala Putou Island
Kale, Flowering, Blue Curled In bloom, ornamental
Kale, Sea, Sea-Colewort, Scurvy Crambe maritima young shoots and very small leaves are eaten, har
Pepper, Sunday Best
Pepper, Purple
Peppers, Peter, Penis rude name, because skin folded at tip, Very hot,
Peppers, Giant Cayenne
Peppers, Aji (yellow) Capsicum baccatum hot, distinctive fruity flavor, bright yellow whe
Peppers, Masquerade
Peppers, Xmas Lights
Pepper, Purple Bell Capsicum annuum
Pepper, Bell Capsicum annuum
Peppers Capsicum annuum 'Medusa' extremely colorful images
Pepper, Golden Bell
Pepper, Green
Pepper, Thai Hot
Pepper, Kung Pao Hybrid Hot
Pepper, Sweet 'Gingle Bells' TMV
Pepper, 'Super Cayenne' AAS
Pepper, Cayenne
Pepper, 'Cayenne' Cubanelle type
Peppers in a nice arrangement
Pepper, Chili, Hot Capsicum nigrum
Pepper, Sweet Banana
Pepper, Sweet Banana Supremes
Pepper, Paprika Supreme shown healthy plant
Pepper, Paprika Supreme shown diseased plant
Pepper, Pimiento Elite the pepper that goes into "stuffed olives"
Pepper, Tabasco Hot, Scotch Bonnet (Pumpkin Orange)
Pepper, Chilly Chile AAS
Pepper, Ornamental, Explosive Ember

TOMATOES
Tomatoes, staked plants
Tomatoes, plants in a flat
Tomato seeds in trays
Tomato Flowers shown also close-up
Tomatoes growing on black plastic mulch
Tomato, Mr. Stripey, Tigerella German classic, red & yellow striped, low in acid
Tomato, Better Boy extremely flavorful, thrives in nearly any climat
Tomato, Bush Goliath Patio tomato, 3 to 4 " fruits
Tomato, Super Tasty
Tomato, Oxheart "Standard" Indeterminate, Heirloom tomato
Tomato, Heatwave
Tomato, Stupice
Tomato, Striped Roman Lycopersicon esculentum
Tomato, Black Krim
Tomato, Early Girl hybrid, 57 days, 4 to 6 oz. Fruit, tasty
Tomato, Elberta Girl Tomentose wooly (hairy) Wool like trichomes, glutinous, viscid, sticky
Tomato, Roma on trellis, Heirloom tomato
Tomato, Peron lighter color than most tomatoes before turning r
Tomato, Celebrity
Tomato, Celebrity also shown with water drops, as in raindrops
Tomato, Caspian Pink
Tomato, Golden Jubilee Heirloom tomato
Tomato, Lemon Boy
Tomato, Luscious close-up of fruit
Tomato, Green Zebra
Tomato, Giant Flower
Tomato, 2000 Mix several different tomatoes in an assortment
Tomato, Sundrop Oldest, likely first eaten over 500 years ago, He
Tomato, Sundrop shown also, flowers
Tomato, Mountain Pride
Tomato, Big Zac hybrid tomato, fruit can weigh up to 5-6 lbs.
Tomato, Big Zac also shown with disease
Tomato, Floramerica
Tomato, First Lady shown close-up
Tomato, Dufresne Discovered 50 years ago, sweet & pink
Tomato, Green Grape Heirloom tomato
Tomato, Brandywine Amish heirloom, dates back to 1885, considered wo
Tomato, Brandywine shown also water crack
Tomato, Juliet
Tomato, Sausilito
Tomato, Fond Red Mini
Tomato, Solar Set
Tomato, Sun Gold (Cherry Tomato)
Tomato, Small Fruited Yellow Pear
Tomato, Sweet 100, Cherry Tomato
Tomato, Large Cherry
Tomato, Big Beef, Beefmaster, Beefy Boy, Beefsteak HYBRID, indeterminate
Tomato, Big Beef 1994 AAS winner, combines delicious flavor with d
Tomato, Big Beef Lycopersicon esculentum shown also growing in tomato cage support
Tomato, Rutgers Lycopersicon esculentum
Tomato, Large Red Lycopersicon esculentum
Tomatoes shown growing on unusual spiral support
Tomato, Red Currant (wild) Lycospericon pimpinfolium
Tomato farm in Homestead Florida
Tomato, Orange shown on vine
Tomato, Micro Tom Developed in Texas
Tomatillo, Husktomato, Jamberry,Physalis philadelphica used to make salsa verde and to reduce the heat i
TOMATO Pathology, Damage, Disease
tomato plants with no tomatoes (could be too much nitrogen)
tomatoes, close-up, wind damage, after Hurricane Isabel, with "burns" from stems rubbing
plant shows virus and spider mites
muskrat damage to tomato plant
Blossom End Rot
tomato on vine, shown shriveled from lack of water
tomato showing corn earworm/bollworm, tomato fruitworm (Heliothis obsoleta)
tomatoes, misshapen, uneven ripening
Tomato first aid, tomato seedling with cut soda straw protector
shows tomato flowers, green tomatoes
shows tomatoes cracked, with sunburn and lack of water
bird pecks on Brandywine tomatoes
"catface" on Beefmaster (odd growth of fruit)
Oxheart, with cracks on fruit
Big Beef - odd growth, shows unusual nodule
irregular ripening of tomatoes
frost damage
wrinkled tomato, lack of water
tomato mummy
tomatoes with anthracnose fungus, Glomerella phomoides
tomatoes with growth cracks, drought, followed by heavy rain or overwatering
cherry tomato plants after a freeze
Early Girl with water damage
Early Goliath with water damage Heirloom tomato
plants with Southern Blight, SouSclerotium rolfsii Small seed-like structures (sclerotia) are found
plants with Southern Blight, Southern Wilt, Sclerotium rolfsii
tomato after 4 days of nonstop rain
tomatoes with sunscorch, sunburn, sunscald
Juliet tomato plants after high winds from Hurricane Isabel Sept. 2003
Rabbit damage tomatoes
Eggplant, 'Calliope' Johnny's Seeds
Eggplant, 'Ichiban' Solanum melongena Japanese eggplant
Eggplant, Chiban
Eggplant, Little Fingers
Eggplant, White Fruited shown with purplish flower on vine
Eggplant, Mediterranean Brown
Beans, dried, lined up by color and type, shown also, pile of beans for 14 bean soup
Bean Plant, no beans (could be too much nitrogen)
Bean, Vine, Hyacinth Lablab purpureus syn. DolichosEdible seed
Bean, Butter, Pole Bean Sieval carolina Old favorite
Bean, Pole Snap 'Romano' Phaseolus vulgaris shown growing up a tent shaped support
Bean, Chinese Long Bean, Yard-loVigna sesquipedalis Popular Asian vegetable
Bean, Mexican Palo Verde Parkinsonia aculeata
Bean, "Dirby" Bush AAS
Bean, Soy Glycine max
Bean, Scarlet Runner Phaseolus coccineus shown growing on a stake support, tent shaped, in
Bean, Heirloom Snap
Bean, Lima, 'Christmas Lima' - Phaseolus lunatus just the beans
Squash, Yellow, Straightneck SumCucurbita pepo
Squash, Yellow, Crookneck Cucurbita pepo
Squash, Blue, Hubbard Winter Squash
Squash, Blue huge
Squash, Ornamental Gourds
Gourd shows bud, flower, flowers with new fruit, and fr
Squash, White Scallop aka Patty Pan Summer Squash
Squash, Flowers Flowers can be eaten in a salad
Squash, Golden Acorn, Table QueeCucurbita pepo var. turbinata edible gourd derived from Ebony Acorn, cultivated
Squash, Sweet Dumpling (moschataCucurbita maxima
Squash, Delicate syn. 'Sweet PotCucurbita pepo
Squash, Chinese
Squash, Hearts of Gold
Squash, Moregold
Squash, Red Hubbbard
Squash, Small Wonder
Squash, Stripetti
Squash, Sweet Mama
Squash, Red & Grey Hubbard
Squash, Banana
Squash, Butternut
Melon, Chinese Bitter
Corn, Silver Queen, Sweet
Corn, Incredible
Corn, 'Argent'
Corn, Milo, Sorghum, Broom Sorghum vulgare, bicolor
Corn, Hog, Sorghum Sorghum bicolor, vulgare
Corn, Indian, Rainbow Ornamental
Millet, 'Purple Majesty' Pennisetum glaucum
Okra flower
Onion, Ornamental Allium gigateum
Onion, Wild Allium
Onion, Egyptian
Leek
Chives
Garlic Chives Allium tuberosum
Cucumber Cucum sativus 1994 AAS winner, also shown on vine
Cucumber, Bitter Momordica charantia
Cucumber flower
Cucumber, Burpless
Cucumber, Burpee Hybrid II
Cucumber, Armenian
Cucumbers in cell packs ready for sale Taken in Garden Center
Cucumber shown growing up wire support
Cucumber shown growing on a type of support
Cucumber, Pickling 'Salty' Cucum sativus shown growing on a type of support
Cucumber, Hmong in an Asian Farmers Market
Cabbage purple, shown whole head and cross cut
Cabbage shown also, assorted cabbages in same shot
Cabbage, Pak Choi / Pak Choy / Brassica rapa sub. chinensis in flower = bolting
Cabbage, Savoy, 'Chieftain' Brassica oleracea
Cabbage, Hispi Brassica oleracea pointed heart, shown caterpillar damage
Turnip, Green
Broccoli some in flower = bolting
Broccoli Main stem cut, 2nd harvest
Broccoliflower, Broccoli X Cauliflower
Kohlrabi Cavolo rapa Equals cabbage + turnip
Celeriac, Celery Root, Turnip roApium graveolens
Pumpkin, cv Baby Bear Cucurbita pepo 1993 AAS winner
Pumpkins on vine
Pumpkin, Mini Cucurbita pepo
Potato, Fingerling elongated shaped, small, Heirloom, inside is yell
Potato, Baby Purple
Potato, Purple Solanum tuberosum 'All Blue' shown whole, also shown with cut potato
Potato, White
Potato, Sweet
Potato, Sweet Ipomoea batatas 'Margarita' with red flowers
Potato, Sweet Hayman
Potato, Sweet, Sweet Jewel Ipomoea batatas
Boniato, Cuban sweet potatoes Ipomoea batatas distinctive white interior rather than characteri
Potato= SweetYam = true yam = grDiphysa americana Siamese (con-joined), origin Africa
Name, Namé, (also known as yam)Could be a common commercial nPossibly the same as regular Yam above. White fle
Potato, Russet Red, Yukon Gold, White, Green all laid out so rain will clean them, then dry be
Chayote Sechium edule Tendril bearing
Radish Raphanus sativus
Black Radish Raphanus sativus
Black Radish, Spanish Round Raphanus sativus, var niger
Peas, Snow, Garden peas and flower
Peas, Black eyed, shelled (shucked)
Turnip
Peanuts
Sugar Cane Saccharum narum
Rice, Wild Zizania aquatica also Lawn Grass
Artichoke also with purple flower on top
Artichoke, Jerusalem Helianthus tuberosus some slides show powdery mildew on leaves
Asparagus Asparagus officinalis edible type
Asparagus, Jersey Giant wire mesh for vole protection, pure compost
Horseradish shown also with tiny white flowers

HERBS
HERBS drying on wall as ornament(L to R) Artemesia Common Sage, Tagetes lucida (a perennial, edible marigold),
Agrimony, Church Steeples, CocklAgrimonia eupatoria
Carolina Allspice, Common SweetsCalycanthus floridus
Alpinia (ginger) Alpinia zerumbet 'variegata' spice used in cooking & baking
Saffron Crocus sativus stigmas of the flower, picked, then dried and gro
Mustard Brassica
Milk Thistle Silybum marianum used for functional disorders of liver & gallblad
Licorice Glycyrrhiza glabra Europe, Asia - Anti-AIDS potential
Ceylon Cinnamon Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Cassia Cinnamon Tree Cinnamomum aromaticum: Full tree, bark
Parsley
Fennel, Sweet, Wild Anise Foeniculum vulgare
Fennel, Bronze / carosella Foeniculum vulgare var. piperitum Purpureum
Fennel, Florence, Finocchio, SweFoeniculum vulgare var. azoricswollen bulb
Anise Hyssop Agastache foeniculum In background of photo of Mexican oregano
Black Pepper Piper nigrum used for seasoning, plant shown as well as a comm
Borage, Borax Borage officinalis
Hound's Tongue, Wild Comfrey Cynoglossum
Dill, 'Fernleaf' AAS
Sweet Bay, Laurel Laurus mobilis Panama Palm in background
Chinese Taro, prob. Alocasia cucullata
Garlic, Chives Allium tuberosa
Garlic Allium sativum
Garlic, Wild Allium vineale spring yard weed
Lavender Lavendula spica
Lemongrass
Marjuana, Hemp Cannabis sativa
Amazon Coca Caldasil ssp.caldasil Cocaine made from leaves
Wintergreen, Spotted, PipsissewChimaphila maculata
Wintergreen, Teaberry Gaultheria procumbens Source of oil of wintergreen
Rue Ruta graveolens
Rue Ruta
Sweet Alyssum Lobularia marima
Pot Marigold Calendula officinalis Used for cooking
Rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis
Chocolate Tree Theobroma cacao
Coriander, Cilantro, Chinese ParCoriandrum sativum Coriander seed and cilantro foliage, Ancient Hebr
Ginger
Ginger, Heartleaf, Wild Aristolochiaceae Hexastylis Brown Flowers
Purple Spiral Ginger Costus erythroph(villum)(poss.) Costus erythrophyllus (poss)
Red Velvet Ginger Costus barbatus "Red Velvet"
Chicory Cichorium intybus or intyous ??
Sweet Woodruff Galium oodoratum Flavoring plant
Lavender Mint Flavoring plant- in a Container
Japanese Hops Humulus japonicus
Hops Humulus lupulus used in brewing beer
Virginia Mountain Mint Pycnanthemum virginianum edible
Bee Balm, Spotted, Horsemint Monarda punctata
Bee Balm, Wild Monarda didyma a mint
Bee Balm, 'Marshalls Delight' Monarda didyma
Bee Balm, Cambridge Scarlet Monarda didyma
Thyme, Aureus Golden, mixed in a container with Golden Marjoraplanted in a tool box
Thyme, Wolly Thymus pseudolanuginosus pink flowers
Basil, Big Leaf, Sweet
Basil, 'Green Ruffles'
Basil, Dark Opal Ocimum basilicum, purpurasiens
Basil, 'Spicy Globe'
Basil, Purple Ruffles Ociumum basilicum
Basil, Pixie
Basil, 'Sweet Dani' Ocimum basilicum cv Sweet Dani1998 AAS
Basil, Lime
Basil, 'Lemon Globe'
Basil, Cinnamon
Valerian Valeriana officinalis
Valerian Centhranthus ruber
Tobacco, Flowering Nicotiana tabacum the smoking kind
Tobacco, Flowering Nicotiana alata Syn. N. affinis, N. persica
Tobacco, Flowering Nicotiana mutabilis
Tobacco, Flowering Nicotiana sylvestris
Artemesia, Wormwood, White Sage,Artemesia ludoviciana
Artemesia, 'Silver Mound' Artemisia schmidtiana
Oregano, cv Jim's Best Origanum vulgare
Oregano, Cuban Plectranthus coleoides variegatus
Oregano Origanum herrenhausen shown in bloom
Oregano, Mexican Poliomintha bustamanta, previous name Poliomintha longiflora
Oregano, Wild Marjoram, Italian Origanum vulgare in seed also
Comfrey, Common, Wild Symphytum officinale
Comfrey, Wild, Hound's Tongue Cynoglossum virginianum
Sage, Pineapple Salvia elegans
Sage, Red & Blue Salvia
Sage, Scarlet Salvia coccinea poss.
Sage, Salvia, Scarlet, 'Salsa ScSalvia Dwarf Varieties Salsa Hybrid Series
Sage, Salvia Salvia quaranitica
Sage, Tricolor cv Tricolor Salvia officinalis
Sage, Russian Perovskia atriciplifolia 'FiliHybrid
Sage, Russian Perovskia atriplicifolia 'LonHybrid
Sage, Salvia Labiatae salvia east Priesjano
Sage, Cancer Weed Salvia lyrata
Sage, Mexican Bush Salvia leucantha
Sage, Cover Girl Salvia splendens
Sage, Salvia, Color Range Sonquinea
Sage, Silver, Clary Salvia sclarea
Sage, Anise Tutsan
Coral Nymph aka Cherry Blossom SSalvia coccinea
Sage, Silver Salvia argentea leaf densly tomentose / pubescent/ with matted wo
Various herbs, in several baskets, laid out for drying, for use in Potpourri
Aloe Vera MEDICINAL - (succulent)
Feverfew MEDICINAL, shows flowers
Feverfew Tanacetum parthenium (=ChrysanMEDICINAL - shows flowers
Bamboo, Black Phyllostachys nigra MEDICINAL
Coneflower, Purple Echinacea purpurea MEDICINAL
Coneflower, Purple Echinacea purpurea MEDICINAL, shown also seed head
Coneflower Rudbeckia laciniata MEDICINAL
Coneflower, Purple, 'Magnus' MEDICINAL
Coneflower, Orange, var. SullivaRudbeckia fulgida MEDICINAL
Lungwort Pulmonaria angustifolia MEDICINAL
Slippery Elm Ulmus rubra MEDICINAL
Heal-all, Self-heal Prunella vulgaris MEDICINAL
Carolina Ipecac Euphorbia ipecuanhae MEDICINAL
Mosquito Fighter Citrosa Pelargonium citrosum vanleeniiMEDICINAL
St. John's Wort, Spotted Hypericum perforatum MEDICINAL
Cancer, Squaw Root Conopholis americana MEDICINAL, also parasite, SAPROPHYTIC
Black Cohash, Bugbane Cimicifuga racemosa MEDICINAL, used for menopause, colds, and sedativ
Seneca Snakeroot Polygala senega MEDICINAL, natural healing
Seneca Snakeroot Polygala senega MEDICINAL, shows roots & dried flowers
Indian, Yellow Mustard Brassica juncea MEDICINAL, seeds can poison cattle, but medicinal
Mint, Pennyroyal Mentha pulegium MINT
Catmint Nepeta mussinii MINT
Catnip Nepeta cataria MINT
Mint, Wild Basil / Calamint Clinopodium / Satjura ashei MINT
Calamint, Variegated, Lesser Calamentha nepeta variegata MINT, MEDICINAL
Mint: Garden Variety Mentha spicata MINT
Mint, Mountain Pycnanthemum prob. Incanum MINT
Mint, Water Mentha aquatica MINT
Mint, Horsemint, Spotted, DottedMonarda punctata MINT
Mint, Peppermint Mentha piperita MINT, shown with flowers
Mint "Habek" Biblical mint Mentha longifolia MINT Biblical Israel
Mint, Spearmint Mentha spicata MINT

FRUIT TREES
Cherry, Wild, Rum, Black, Choke Prunus serotina early spring, also shows Raindrops on leaves
Cherry, Wild, Rum, Black, Choke Prunus serotina shows bark with lenticels
Cherry, Wild, Rum, Black, Choke Prunus serotina larva of Tiger Swallowtail & Red Spotted Purple b
Cherry, Wild, Rum, Black, Choke Prunus serotina bark on adult tree
Cherry, Wild, Rum, Black, Choke Prunus serotina with flowers
Cherry, Wild, Rum, Black, Choke Prunus serotina red stipules/bracts at the base of leafstalks, sp
Cherry, Wild, Rum, Black, Choke Prunus serotina leaves with fall colors
Cherry, Wild, Rum, Black, Choke Prunus serotina close-up of green leaves in spring
Cherry, Wild, Rum, Black, Choke Prunus serotina full tree, shows images of largest in VA
Cherry, Wild, Rum, Black, Choke Prunus serotina shown loaded with cherries
Loquat Tree Eriobotrya japonica close-up of fruit
Black Sapote, Chocolate Pudding Diospyros digyna fruit is ripe when wrinkled
Plum, Purple Leaf, Thundercloud TREE
Plum, Santa Rosa TREE
Plum, Chickasaw, Wild Prunus angustifolia TREE
Plum, Garden Prunus domestica TREE
Plum, Prune, Italian TREE
Plum, Wild Prunus americana Shrub
Plum, Hog, Mombin Spondias mombin TREE, Barbados grown throughout Caribbean, sweet
Chinese apple (English), Jujube Ziziphus mauritiana TREE, Barbados
Pomegranate Punica granatum TREE
Persimmon Diopsyros virginiana TREE also Largest Trees
Persimmon Tam-O-Pan TREE, acorn shape fruit
Rambutan related to the lychee and logan, Rambutan is very
Star Fruit, Carambola Averrhoa carambola TREE, Malaysian
Papaya TREE
Peach TREE
Peach Saturn, 'Peento Peaches', Doughnut fruit, China
White / Flesh Nectarine
Crabapple, Flowering, 'Indian MaMalus floribunda TREE
Crabapple, Flowering, 'Indian Magic' TREE, shown also Arie den Boer Arboretum, Iowa, 3
Crabapple, Henrietta Crosby TREE, shown at Arie den Boer Arboretum, Iowa, 3rd
Crabapple, Hybrid Malus hybrida TREE
Crabapple, Surgartime Malus 'Sugartime' TREE
Crabapples TREE, shown in Waterworks Park, Iowa
Apple Malus pumila TREE, shown also flowering (full bloom)
Apple, Criterion Malus pumila TREE, Heirloom apple, Discovered in late ' 60's
Apple, Cortland Malus pumila TREE, Heirloom apple, best salad apple
Apple, Cortland Malus pumila shown fruit
Apple, MN #1788 shown fruit
Apple, Sweet 16 shown fruit
Apple, Red Free shown fruit
Apple, Ginger Gold shown fruit
Apple, Red Max McIntosh shown fruit
Apple, Cranberry Crab Apple fruit, used for pickling & jellies
Apple, MN #1804 shown fruit
Apple, MN #1733 shown fruit
Apple, Red Baron shown fruit
Apple, York, Imperial, Johnson'sMalus pumila TREE, Heirloom apple, 1800's York PA, important c
Apple, Molly's Summer, Molly RedMalus pumila TREE, Heirloom apple
Apple, Gala Malus pumila TREE, Heirloom apple, New Zealand 1965 Kidd's Ora
Apple, Black Amish, Black Coal,Malus pumila TREE, Heirloom apple, Edisto, SC mid 1800's
Apple, Arkansas Black Malus pumila TREE, Heirloom apple
Apple, shows resin (sap) hangingMalus pumila TREE
Apple, Dwarf Tree, Honeycrisp TREE, shown full tree, shown also blossoms close-
Apple, Cripps Pink
Apples, Paulared MN, northern apple, cold hardy
Apple, Blush
Apple, Granny Smith
Apple Seeds shown sprouting
Bonsai collection in a Garden Center Bonsai, Container Plant
Boxwood, 40 years old Boxus US microphylia Bonsai, Container Plant
Cedar Cedrus atlantica Bonsai, Container Plant
Snow Rose, 25 years old Serissa foetida Bonsai, Container Plant
Common Olive, 35 years old Olea europaea Bonsai, Container Plant
Boxwood, 55 years old Boxus microphylla Bonsai, Container Plant
Weeping Fig, 20 years old Ficus benjamina Bonsai, Container Plant
Rusty Fig, 25 years old Ficus rubiginosa Bonsai, Container Plant
Sai Bamboo Rock Bonsai, Container Plant
Saikei Micro Mountain Sun Gallery Bonsai, Container Plant
Geranium, Zone leaf Pelargonium veronica Container Plant
Camelia Sasangua (Rootball) Container Plant
Climbing Onion Container Plant
Spider Flower Cleome Container Plant
Shirley Poppy & Red Dianthus & Starburst Red Geraniums Container Plant
Copperleaf Acalypha wilkeslane Container Plant
Coleus on plant stand in a Garden Center Container Plant
plants planted in a toilet Container Plant
Thyme, Aureus Golden mixed in with Golden Marjoram Container Plant, planted in an unusual box
plants planted in a Swan planter Container Plant
huge cactus in what appears to be an old footed bathtub Container Plant
close-up of above cactus Container Plant
Verbena and heather in a wicker basket Container Plant
moss growing on a discarded shoe in a flower bed Container Plant
succulents planted in several pots hanging from a tree trunk Container Plant
Passion Flower in container, trained to grow up a support Container Plant
Victorian Urn with various Caladiums Container Plant
Jacob's Coat, Party Time Alternanthera ficoides Container Plant shown also with Million Bells
Hanging Basket of Million Bells & Sweet Potato Container Plant
Canna & Peony Container Plant
Fountain Grass & Salvia argentia Container Plant
Mix of Flowering Maple Nut, Fountain Grass, Abutilon hybridum,Container Plant
Mix of Fountain Grass, Mums, Kale Container Plant
Mix of Kale, Mums, Fountain Grass in a Basket Container Container Plant
Quilled Petals, plant parts, Chrysanthemum Peach Centerpiece Container Plant
Chrysanthemum, Peach Centerpiece Container Plant
Nasturtiums, Geraniums, Jacob's Coat, Coleus, Cannas Container Plant
Various, including Licorice Container Plant
Various, including Acer palmatum, Begonia Container Plant
Alpine Garden in Container, Birdbath Container Plant
Coleus in a flower pot Container Plant
Zinnias in a flower pot Container Plant
Dried grasses in an arrangement, in a container, hanging on a Container Plant
Lemon Balm Melissa officianalis Container Plant
Petunias Planted in a log Container Plant
Herbs at a Garden Center Container Plants, taken in Garden Center
Pyracantha on a flat support Container Plants, taken in Garden Center
Container Shrubs, 1 gal. Pot Container Plants, taken in Garden Center
Various plants and flowers in 1 gal. Pots Container Plants, taken in Garden Center
Left, Hollywood Juniper, Right, Robusta Green in 1 gal pots Container Plants, taken in Garden Center
Various Herbs for sale in little pots Container Plants, taken in Garden Center
Roses for sale in gal pots, white is Rosa Pascali, Red is NighContainer Plants, taken in Garden Center
Ivy, Variegated, shown being supported Container Plants, taken in Garden Center
Dogwoods, shown with their huge root balls (to be planted) Container Plants, taken in Garden Center
Kimberly Queen Fern in a raised fish pond Container Plants, taken in Garden Center
Dogwood, (shown with huge root ball) 'Cherokee Chief', in backContainer Plants, taken in Garden Center
Various succulents in a pot Container Plants, taken in Garden Center
Various cacti in a pot Container Plants, taken in Garden Center
Old Man Cactus Cephalocereus senilis Container Plants, taken in Garden Center
Old Man of Peru Espostoa melanostele Container Plants, taken in Garden Center
Bacopa Sutera Abunda White Imp, Sutera cordata Container Plants, taken in Garden Center
Lemon Licorice Plant in pot withHelichrysum petiolare 'Lemon LContainer Plants, taken in Garden Center
Hanging Basket of Coleus, Weeping Maroon Iresine herbsii and WContainer Plants, taken in Garden Center
Yellow Fuji mums, orchids, gold button pompoms, pink anthuriumFlower Arrangement
Greenbells of Ireland Green Anthurium, hypericum, corkscrew Flower Arrangement
Bells of Ireland, Molucca balm, Moluccella laevis Flower Arrangement
Glads, carnations, iris, snapdragons, azalea, cerex, bear grasFlower Arrangement
Swamp Loosestrife, Water Willow Decodon verticillatus
Walking Fern Asplenium rhizophyllum
Well Maintained Lawn Spring Flowers
Spring Flowers on Hill Spring Flowers
Blue Hyacinths, yellow flowers, tulips in back Spring Flowers
Informal Garden Spring Flowers
Azaleas in bloom in front of a home Spring Flowers
Meadow Garden Scene
Walkway at Norfolk Botantical Gardens Garden Scene
Scene with Yellow flowers & wooden fence Garden Scene
Cottage Garden Garden Scene
Castor Beans, Joseph Coat, Salvia Garden Scene
Scene with daffodils & bench, Norfolk Botantical Gardens Garden Scene
Water sprinkler system going off, appears to be a major wateriGarden Scene
Pink and white impatiens Garden Scene
Garden setting near a brick column Garden Scene
well maintained gardens around a gazebo at Norfolk Botantical Garden Scene
petunias & tulips Garden Scene
Garden Designs Garden Scene
Pansy, Fama Orange, Pansy, PurpViola x wittrockiana (all 3) Garden Scene - 5 different flowers in same slide
In same image as above are two tTulipa Garden Scene - 5 different flowers in same slide
Several ceramic ornamental rabbits in a garden Garden Scene
Southern garden, succulents Garden Scene
Rain Forest scene in Fairchild Gardens FL Garden Scene
Japanese Sweet Flag & Meadow Swe(Jap. Flag) Acorus gramineus 'Garden Scene
Queen of the Prairie, shown withFilipendula rubra ' venosta Garden Scene
Birdbath with a cement Chicken amid flower display Garden Scene
Flowing Fountain in a pretty flower garden in Summer Garden Scene
Butchart Gardens in Victoria B.C. Garden Scene
Kenilworth Ivy Cymbalaria muralis Rock Garden VINE
Rock Garden Fish Pond Rock Garden
Ishi-Doro and Tsukubai, Traditional Japanese Tea Garden, BotanWater Garden
An attractive setting with water flowing in a rock garden sceWater Garden

Chelsea Flower Show in England, various images, displays, types of gardens etc.
Chelsea Flower Show Real Japanese Garden - Best in Show
Chelsea Flower Show Eden Project Landscape
Chelsea Flower Show Landscape Fountains
Chelsea Flower Show Landscape Plam Canal
Chelsea Flower Show Display Fisherman's Retreat
Chelsea Flower Show Design Display Bauhaus
Chelsea Flower Show Display Courtyard
Chelsea Flower Show Display Floor
Chelsea Flower Show Delphinium and Begonia
Chelsea Flower Show Flower and Vegetable arrangement
Chelsea Flower Show Topiary Cart
Chelsea Flower Show Aquilegia Flower Arrangements
Chelsea Flower Show Chelsea Physic Garden - Garden view
Zen Garden Japanese landscape gardens can be broadly categor
Zen Garden shown also Bridge
Zen Garden Karesansui or dry landscape sand is crushed granite
Japanese Garden, Como Conservatoshown also water that is blackTheme Garden
Lawn on a Hill Theme Garden
Norfolk Botanical Gardens, at lake Theme Garden
Water Garden in Florida Theme Garden
Woodland Garden Theme Garden
Speedwell, Veronica, Rose VeroniVeronica spicata rose Theme Garden
Sunny Border, Blue Speedwell, MoVeronica spicata, thymus serphTheme Garden
Plants with Yellow Color Scheme Theme Garden
3 Shades of Red with Yellow Theme Garden
Non traditional lawn substitute Theme Garden
Wildflower Lawn Theme Garden
House styles Theme Garden
Well Maintained Lawn Theme Garden
Informal Garden Theme Garden
Compatable, Easy Garden Theme Garden
Caladiums in a setting with a statue, Norfolk Botantical GardeTheme Garden
Japanese Garden at NBG Norfolk, VA Theme Garden
Trellis of trumpet vine being trimmed and clipped in a Garden Theme Garden
Various images of plants at Longwood Botanical Gardens Theme Garden
water garden fish pond above ground for handicapped / physicalTheme Garden
Vertical Garden Clematis, Virgins Bower, whiteTheme Garden
Garden on wheels Petunias, Ice Plant, Rubus calTheme Garden
Reflection Garden, Contemplationrocks on sand Theme Garden
Wheelchair accessible garden various herbs, Italian oreganoTheme Garden
"Yellows", Coleus Freckles, Cockscomb Apricot Brandy Theme Garden
Canna x Generalis 'Praetoria' & Sawara Cypress, Aurea filiferaTheme Garden
Yellow theme, shown also with lawn chair Theme Garden
Layered Garden with Gardenia Bush, shown also 'Silver Falls' (Theme Garden
Sedum & Hosta Sieboldii Theme Garden
Pathway of Stone & Slate through a shade garden, with ghost feShade Garden
Weyenoke Preserve, Norfolk Virginia Shade Garden
Fetter-bush Leucothoe racemosa
Butterfly Bush
Paper Bush Edgeworthia chrysantha
Button Bush Cephalanthus occidentalis
Silver Buttonwood Conocarpus erectus var. sericeSilver variant of a Florida native, naturally fou
Purple Fringe Bush Loropetalum chinense var. rubrum
Sweet Pepperbush, White Alder Clethra alnifolia or clethra acuminata
Strawberry Bush Euonymus americanus
Burning Bush/ Winged Euonymus Euonymus alata
Yellow Stargrass Hypoxis hirsuta
Virginia Sweetspire, 'Henry's GaItea virginica Shrubs, Ornamental
Virginia Willow Itea virginica Shrubs, Ornamental
Virginia Bluebells Martensia virginica
Mayweed, Dog Fennel, Corn, ChamoAnthemis cotula, or Anthemis arvensis
Pigweed, Jacob's, Common, SmoothAmaranthus
Cudweed, Sweet Everlasting Gnaphalium obtusifolium
Horseweed Conyza canadensis
Field Bindweed Convolvulus sepium
Knotweed Polygonum cuspidactum
Climbing Hempweed Mikonia scandens
Rattlesnake Weed Hieracium venosum
Rockweed fucus spp.
Richweed, Horse Balm Collinsonia canadensis
Scorpion Weed Phacelia
Jimson Weed Stramonium
Mugweed
Carpetweed, Indian Chickweed Mollugo verticillata
Alligator Weed Alternanthera philoxeroides
Candy Weed, Yellow Milkwort Polygala lutea
Butterfly Weed, Orange Milkweed Asclepias tuberosa
Bitterweed Helenium
Spotted Knapweed Centaurea maculosa
Thimbleweed Anemone virginiana
Locoweed, Rattleweed Astragalus nuttallii
Ironweed Vernonia novemoracensis
Joe Pye Weed Eupatorium
Pokeweed Phytolacca americana
Common Chickweed
Mouse Ear Chickweed
Hawkweed
Camphorweed Heterotheca subaxillari
weed growing up through pavement
various images of plants growing in cracks, and up through pilings
wild lettuce growing through crack in pavement
tree growing out of the side of a building
helenium growing all along crack by sidewalk
Common beggar-tick growing in crack near a fire hydrant
Schefflera growing in cracks Brassaia actinophylla

GARDEN RELATED, GARDENING SUPPLIES
composter
compost bin and container
Aerobic Compost Maker, compost tumbler, next to compost pile
Fence, Passing Link Chain Gate with 19th Century Ball-and-Chain Closure
Man raking dirt, getting ready for garden
Slate Walkway in a Butterfly Garden pathways/walkways
Mulch Paving, keeps grass down pathways/walkways
piles of hardwood mulch, cedar mulch
Piles of Mulch, hurricane related debris, shown also heavy construction equipment and tractors
inside a gardening supply/nursery in St. Paul MN
Bale of wheat straw being hoisted for loading
Garden Related Crop Rotation in MN
bamboo chimes in a nursery in St. Paul MN
Monkey Chime, shows monkey carved from a coconut, sitting on chimes
Birdbath in a Garden Center
large water fountain at NBG with kids playing around it
Mylar tape, used to scare birds Holographic reflective ribbon that frightens birds
Garden Related, i.e. ScarecrowsScarecrow family
Garden Related, i.e. ScarecrowsScarecrow of man with pipe and a blackbird on his shoulder
Garden Related, i.e. Scarecrowsvarious scarecrows
Garden Related, i.e. Scarecrowsscarecrow on a bicycle
Garden Related, i.e. Scarecrowsscarecrow made of clay flower pots
Garden Related, i.e. Scarecrowsclose-up of face of the above scarecrow
Garden Related, i.e. Scarecrows2 different scarecrows
Garden Related, i.e. Scarecrowsflowerpots made into scarecrow people, male and female
Garden Related, i.e. Scarecrowsscarecrow, shown with Halloween theme
Garden Related, i.e. Scarecrowsflowerpot man sitting on a bench
Red tool storage shed, with a homemade Asian construction water wheel
orange snow fence in a Garden Center
Wishing Well
claypot sculpture, allium head
claypot sculpture, spring rye head
basket sculpture covered with plants
beautiful flowers in a landscaped border setting
Garden Related, Pergola covered with Flame Vine
Garden Related, Supports Black-eyed Susan, Thumbergia alata, shown on a support
variety of grapes climbing up supports at Longwood Botantical Gardens. one stem system of training, side items
cucumbers growing on support
Tomatoes, Miracle Sweet Hybrids shown growing on unusual spiral support, spiral training method for tall tomato
Cucumbers shown growing on various supports
Cucumber, Pickling 'Salty', Cucumis sativus on a support
Bean, Pole Snap 'Romano', Phaseoshown growing up a tent shaped support
Bean, Scarlet Runner, Phaseolus shown growing on a stake support, tent shaped, (teepee) in a Garden Center
images of several different stakes and supports
Tomato farming, growing on black plastic mulch, single stake support
Tomatoes shown growing in tomato cage, 24" diameter circular, prevents fruit from touchi
Tomato Big Beef, Lycopersicon esshown also growing in tomato cage support, square cage/pen, easy to disassemble
Tomatoes on Bamboo fence support
misc. supports/arched trellis
Trellis of Trumpet Vine being clipped and trimmed
grape vine and other vines on Trellises of Amanite homes in Middle Amana Iowa, typically found on Amanite Colon
supports shown in snow in St. Paul MN
Asian support
Tropical Gazebo in FL. at American Orchid Society
white columned gazebo in a well maintained garden
Gazebo, Crape Myrtles, two pots of Helleri, Cherry Tree, Weeping Cherry drooping on left, small low blooming pl
Gazebo in snow in MN
Wooden Open Pavilion
Arbor - beatiful garden scene, gazebo in background
ornamental and delicate, grows sPilea microphylla
Geranium, Calathea, False Calathea, in containers in a Nursery in MN
annuals for sale in Garden Center
Christmas Trees for sale in GardFrasier Firs
exterior of a Greenhouse in winter in MN (February)
interior of that same Greenhouse
Christmas Fir Wreath with ribbon, also shown Frasier Fir Christmas tree wrapped in wire
various wreaths in a Holiday display (Christmas)
various Christmas greens, Holiday display
rabbit guard, tree trunks wrapped for protection
Scotch Pine in root ball in burlap, shaped in a Topiary
annuals for sale in Garden Center
Celosia for sale in cell packs
crops, vegetables for sale, annuals, hanging baskets, cell packs
on Eastern Shore, Plant Breeding Geraniums, Plant Breeding Greenhouse Petunias

SHRUBS / ORNAMENTAL
Abelia, Glossy Abelia x grandiflora Bush
Big Leaf Snowbell Styrax grandifolius in flower, shown close-up
Fragrant Snowbell, Fragrant StyrStyrax obassia shrub and flowers
Japanese Kerria Kerria japonica shown in SPRING, from China, yellow flowers
Japanese Barberry Berberis thunbergii used in planting barriers
Jungle Flame / West Indian JasmiIxora
Holy Flax Santolina rosmarinifolia "Biblical", dense, aromatic
Leatherleaf Mahonia Mahonia bealei
Beach Naupaka Scaevola Frutescens white flower, 5 petals, Florida, from Asia
Buckthorn, Carolina Yellow, YellRhamnus caroliniana shown also clumps of red berries
Buckthorn, Glossy Rhamnus frangula
Buckthorn, Carolina, Indian CheRhamnus caroliniana
Buckthorn Common / European Rhamnus cathartica Dark berries - invasive
Coral Tree Erythrina x bidwilli Alamo TX
Cardinal Shrub Weigela florida 'Brigela'
Mock Orange, Buckley's Quill ( WPhiladelphus coronarius (Philadelphus x cymosus)
Mock Orange, Tobira pittosporum Pittosporum tobira Japanese, Shrub, Fragrance of orange blossom
Bicolor Indigo Bush, Silver DaleSilver Dalea, Dalea var. bicolor argyrea
Mangrove Forest
Natal Plum Carissa macrocarpa, (syn.CarisY- shaped thorns, Spines are once- or twice-forke
Pyracantha, Yellow-fruited Pyracantha coccinea
Pyracantha, Firethorn Pyracantha coccinea 'Fure'
Pyracantha shrub shown loaded with red berries
Wax Myrtle, Southern, CandleberrMyrica cerifera Wax covered fruit makes fragrant burning candles
Red Tip Photina Gets leaf spot disease
Coral Ardisia, Spiceberry, ChrisArdisia crenata category I species, introduced species invading
Caryopteris deciduous, shown close-up purple flowers
Brazilian Pepper / Florida HollySchinus terebinthefolius taken in swamp, alligator in background, often or
Saltcedar, Salt Cedar, Tamarisk Tamarix spp. ornamental from Asia, invades riparian (streamsid
Dogwood, Flowering Cornus florida Virginia State Tree
Dogwood, Red Flowering Cornus florida 'Rubra'
Dogwood Bush Cornus amonum
Dogwood, Chinese, Kousa Cornus kousa
Dogwood, Yellow, Golden Twig / SCornus stolonifera (C.sericea) 'Flaviramea'
Dogwood, Red-osier Cornus sericea 'Baily'
Dogwood, Silky Cornus ammomum
Dogwood, Everbloom Kousa
Dogwood, Pagoda Cornus alernifolia
Dwarf Yellow Barberry Aurea nana
Gardenia, President also shows close-up of flower
Gardenia, Cape Jessamine 'MysterGardenia jasminoides
Gardenia, 'Chuck Hays' Gardenia agusta close-up of flower
Various Gardenias Gardenia jasminoides=Syn. Gardenia augusta, Gardenia florida, Gardenia grandifl
Gardenia, Dwarf Gardenia "RadicaGardenia jasminoides
Gardenia, 'Kleim's Hardy' Gardenia jasminoides Fragrant white stars. Very cold hardy and disease
Hawthorn, Hybrid Indian Raphiolepsis x delacourii
Hawthorn, Downy Crataegus mollis full tree, shown also, leaves close-up
Hydrangea, Blue, Big Leaf, Blue Hydrangea macrophylla multi-colored inflorescences appear same plant du
Hydrangea, Bigleaf, "Glowing Embers"
Hydrangea, Big Leaf 'Rotdrosiel'Hydrangea macrophylla
Hydrangea, Oak-leaf Hydrangea quercifolia
Hydrangea, Oak Leaf, 'Snow QueeHydrangea quercifolia
Hydrangea macrophylla var. macrophylla (snowball's, mophead's, or hortensia's)
Hydrangea 'Uzu Azisai' Hydrangea macrophylla
Hydrangea forma leucantha Hydrangea macrophylla Bigleaf Hydrangea
Hydrangea 'Le cygne' Hydrangea macrophylla Bigleaf Hydrangea
Hydrangea 'Henrich seidel' Hydrangea macrophylla Bigleaf Hydrangea
Hydrangea 'Ayesha' Hydrangea macrophylla
Hydangea Bigleaf 'McRachael' Hydrangea macrophylla
Hydrangea Bigleaf 'Lemon Wave' Hydrangea macrophylla
Hydrangea ‘Frau Reiko’, BigleafHydrangea macrophylla first lacecap hydrangea featuring picotee-edged f
Hydrangea ‘Red Star’, Bigleaf Hydrangea macrophylla
Hydrangea, Bigleaf, 'Yellow Leaf'
Hydrangea, Marechal Foch Hydrangea macrophylla
Hydrangea, Lacecap - probably isHydrangea macrophylla
Hydrangea 'Freudenstein' Hydrangea macrophylla
Hydrangea Pink and Red group Hydrangea macrophylla
Hydrangea, Big Leaf 'LeuchifeverHydrangea macrophylla
Hydrangea, 'Alpengluhen'
Hydrangea 'Shiro fuji' Hydrangea serrata
Hydrangea Shinonomei Hydrangea serrata
Hydrangea Shirata Hydrangea serrata
Hydrangea ‘Red Star’, Big Leaf Hydrangea macrophylla
Hydrangea, Dwarf, Big Leaf
Hydrangea, Marechal Foch Hydrangea macrophylla
Hydrangea, 'Annabelle' Hydrangea aborescens
Hydrangea, Lacecap Hydrangea macrophylla
Hydrangea Blaumiese prob.
Forsythia Forsythia ovata
Cotoneaster shown with red berries
Mt. Airy Fathergilla gardenii
Black Alder, Winterberry Ilex verticillata
Green/Wax Leaf Ligustrum, also cLigustrum japonica Ligustrum japonica, Japanese ligustrum and Ligust
Rotundifolium or Curlyleaf PriveLigustrum japonica 'Rotundifolnot wax leaf
Chinese Privet Ligustrum sinense escaped in east USA
Little Gem Arborvitae, Oriental Thuja occidentalis
Boxwood
Daphne, Winter Daphne, Fragrant Daphne odora, variegated
Chinese Redbud Cercis chingii
Monkey's Brush Combretum aubletii FL
Peony, Tree 'Kamada Nishiki' Paeonia sp.
Chaste Tree, Vitex Vitex agnus-castus
Andromeda
Buttonwood Conocarpus erectus ???
Virginia Willow, Sweetspire Itea virginica cv Henry's Garnet
Gold Dust Aucuba Aucuba japonica
Quince, Flowering Chaenomeles speciosa
Quince, Flowering, Peach Cydonia japonica
Plant (Shrub) Calliandra emarginata
Heavenly Bamboo Nandina domestica
Viburnum V. nudum
Viburnum, Chinese Snowball Viburnum macrocephalum
Vibrunum, Cranberry/Highbush CraViburnum trilobum shown red berries, Canada, MN
Viburnum, Winthertur Arrowwood 'Viburnum nudum 'Winterthur' shown full shrub, also close-up
Walking Stick, Harry Lauders, CoCorylus avellana 'Contorta'
Wormwood, Silver Mound, Silver KArtemisia schmidtiana prob.
Dusty Zenobia Zenobia pulverulenta Monotypic member of Heath family
False Cypress Chamaecyparis 'Plumosa'
Winter Creeper Euonymus fortunei var. radicans
Leatherwood, Titi, Swamp CyrillaCyrilla racemiflora
Bradford Pear ornamental
Lilac, Common Syringa vulgaris
Lilac, Japanese Tree 'Ivory SilkSyringa reticulata
Valley Rose (NOT a rose) JapanesPieris japonica ENDANGERED
Cranberry Bush Viburnum opulus
Spicebush, female
Snowberry, West Indian MilkberryChiococca alba, syn Chiococca hammock areas
Camelia Japonica 'Pink Butterfly'
Camelia, Common, 'Marie Wood' Camelia japonica
Camelia x 'Winters Charm' Very cold hearty
Camelia x 'Snow Flurry'
Camelia 'Are Jishi' Camelia japonica
Camelia, 'Chansonette'
Camelia x 'Winters Rose'
Camelia 'Lady Vansittart'
Camelia Sasangua 'Pink Snow'
Camelia Sasangua 'Shishi Gashiria'
Camelia, Korean Camelia japonica
Camelia, Silky Stewartia malachodendron
Camelia, Blood of China
Camelia, Rose form double
Pawpaw, Small Flowered Asimina parviflora ENDANGERED
Varnish Leaf Dodonaea viscosa Everglades
Yellow Bells Tacoma stans Texas native

CULTIVATED FLOWERS
Narcissus, Jonquilla, Single-floNarcissus per Encyclo. Of Garden Plants, Div. 10 'WILD'
Narcissus, Jonquilla, Double-floNarcissus per Encyclo. Of Garden Plants, Div. 10 'WILD'
Narcissus, Trumpet Daffodil, 'Bravoure' per Encyclo. Of Garden Plants, Div. 1 'Trumpet'
Narcissus, Trumpet, poss. 'Bob Minor' per Encyclo. Of Garden Plants, Div. 1 'Trumpet'
Narcissus, Virginia Sunrise
Narcissus, Lemon
Narcissus, Butterfly type
Narcissus, Sunheat Daffodil Narcissus 'Tahiti" per Encyclo. Of Garden Plants, Div. 4 'Double'
Narcissus, Daffodil cv February Gold
Narcissus, Pink Daffodil
Narcissus, Orangery
Narcissus, Poeticus, Poets DaffoNarcissus 'Actaea' per Encyclo. Of Garden Plants, Div. 9 'Poeticus'
Narcissus, Poeticus type per Encyclo. Of Garden Plants, Div. 9 'Poeticus'
Narcissus, Paper White Grandiflora, Galillie, Tete-a-Tete
Narcissus, Early Splendor, Tazetta Daffodil per Encyclo. Of Garden Plants, Div. 8 'Tazetta'
Narcissus, 'Brackenhurst' Daffodil
Narcissus (Jonquila) poss. Baby Moon or Sweetness

African Violet one image has been sandwiched to show depth
Angel's Trumpet syn. Brugmansia Datura
Angel's Trumpet 'Jamaican'
Asparagus Fern, Myers Asparagus,Asparagus densiflorus 'Myersiishown with flower, not a true fern
Bat Plant Tacca chantrierii
Bat Plant Tacca nivea
Birdsnest Anthurium Anthurium sp Hookeri type
Amarylis, Lady Jane Amaryllis Hippeastrum 'Jane' Best Seller
Amaryllis, Dutch Bell
Amaryllis, double Hippeastrum
Amaryllis, 'Fairytale' Hippeastrum 'Fairytale' Michigan, small sized, close-up, and shown also i
Amaranth, Globe, 'Gnome White' Gomphrena
Aster, 'Bluebird' Aster laevis
Copper Leaf Plant Acalypha wilkesiana
Bird of Paradise, Red Caesalpinla pulcherrima
Bird of Paradise, White, VariegaStrelitzia nicholai varigata
Bird of Paradise Strelitzia reginae flowers orange & blue, bracts red edged
Bergenia, Heartleaf Bergenia cordifolia
Bleeding Heart, Garden Dicentra spectabilis
Anemone Coronaria Decaen anemone
Anemone poss. Ranunculous cultivar
Anemone, Canada (wildflower) Anemone canadensis poss.
Bougainvillea, Paper Flower VINE
Bougainvillea Bougainvillea glabra
Baby's Breath AAS
Cultivar Allium Gigateum
Begonia, Wax Semperflorins Wild form
Begonia, 'Non Stop White' Begonia x Tuberhybrida double flowering bloom
Begonia, Rieger Begonia x hiemalis Yellow and Peach colored
Begonia, Pink Lace double flower
Begonia Rex , Beefsteak GeraniumBegonia rex cultorum hybrids
Begonia, Angel Wing
Biennial Gura Gura angustifolia
Florida Betony Stachys floridana
Beefsteak Plant, Perilla Perilla frutescens a mint
Balloon Flower, Sentimental BluePlatycodon grandiflorus
Astilbe x Arendsii, (Arendisii) Peach Blossom
Alstoemeria Alstoemeria
Candy Tuft Iberis sempervirens
Cyclamen Cyclamen persicum spring blooms
Croton Codiaeum variegatum with flowers
Crocus Crocus chrysanthus poss. Very early spring
Crocus Crocus cvijicii
Crocus Crocus 'E.A. Bowles'
Clematis, Larger petal is 'BluebClematis macropetala also VINES
Chameleon Plant Houttuynia cordata variegata
Calla Lily Zantedeschii elliotii
Calla Lily Zantedeschia 'Crystal Blush'
Chenille Plant Acalypha hispida
Calico Flower Aristolochia elegans Brazil
Chrysanthemum, Cosmos, Blush Pink
Chrysanthemum, Red
Chrysanthemum, Jennifer
Chrysanthemum, Helen
Chrysanthemum, Garden Mum, Sparkling Laurie
Chrysanthemum, Garden Mum, Roxanne
Chrysanthemum, Garden Mum, Sunrise Denise
Chrysanthemum, Garden Mum, Maggie
Chrysanthemum, Garden Mum, Yellow Candice
Chrysanthemum, Call Me "Mum" Morifolium
Chrysanthemum, Pink Splendor Dendranthmama x grandiflora
Chrysanthemum, Yellow Spider
Chrysanthemum, Pacific Chry-pacificum
Chrysanthemum Exhibit/Collection shown at Huntington Gardens, CA
Creeping Zinnia, Mexican CreepinSanvitalia procumbens In container with other plants
Calico Flower Aristolochia elegans Brazil
Coral Vine Antigonon leptopus shows tendrils, heart shaped
Caster Bean
Coreopsis, Lance-leaved, TickseeCoreopsis lanceolata Garden origin
Coreopsis, Thread Leaf Coreopsis verticillata rosea Garden origin
Caladium Caladium bicolor grown from tubers
Caladium in a flower bed with Hydrangea & Cardinal Flower
Caladium, Fancyleaf, Gingerland
Caladium, Strapleaf, White
Caladium, Rosebud
Elephants' Ear Plant, African MaAlocasia amazonica with flower
'Bengal Tiger' Canna Pretoria shown also with Liatris spieata 'Picador'
'Bengal Tiger' Canna Picador shown also with Liatris spieata 'Picador'
Canna x Generalis cv Black Knight
Canna x Generalis shown up close, also shown full plant
Canna, Tropical Rose AAS (All American Selection)
Canna 'Panache'
Canna x Generalis ' possibly culpossibly cultivar 'Cleopatra'
Canna, 'Australia'
Coral Bells, Alumroot Heuchera sanguinea
Coral Bells 'Chocolate Ruffles' Heuchera micrantha
Cockscomb, Celosia, Red Velvet
Cockscomb, Giant, Crested
Cockscomb cv Prestige, Scarlet Celosia cristata
Cockscomb , Plume Celosia cristata
Cockscomb, Feather, Fairy FountaCelosia cristata
Cockscomb, Feathered Celosia plumosa
Cockscomb, Century Mix Celosia
Celosia, mixed plants, Fresh Look Red, Fresh Look Yellow, New AAS
Celosia, Cockscomb type, Amigo Mahogony Red
Coleus, Common Coleus blumei One of many varieties
Coleus Hybrid cv Velvet Wizard
Coleus, Pineapple
Coleus, Molten Lava
Coleus, Solar Eclipse
Coleus Royal
Coleus Sun Plum 'Parfait" Solenost scutellarioidesemmon Mutation
Coleus, Dwarf, 'Thumbelina' Solenostemon scutellarioides
Coleus, 'Freckles' Stemmon scutellaroides
Cowslip Primrose Primula veris
Croton cv Cypress Gardens Fire Codiaeum variegatum var. pictuNatural Hammock Nursery FL
Ctenanthe / Stromanthe syn. Ctenanthe burle-marxii shown in container
Plant Ctenanthe pilosa prob. shown in container
Cardoon Cynara cardunculus
All American Winner (looks like mums) AAS
Hyacinth, Eros
Hyacinth cv 'Blue Jacket' Hyacinth orientalis
Hyacinth, Grape, with Narcissus White Lion in same bed
Dusty Miller Cinera maritima, senecio shown also with impatiens
Japanese Fatsia Fatsia japonica With white flowers in Dec. Black Berries early su
Frangipani Plumeria single pink flower
Kalanchoe Kalanchoe tubiflora
Kalanchoe, Jacqueline
Kalanchoe, Devils Backbone Kalanchoe daigremontiana foliar embryos
Kalanchoe, Air Plant/Life Plant,Kalanchoe pannata foliar embryos sometimes a leaf on a leaf
Dianthus, Melody Pink shown alone, and also in a bed with other flowers
Dutchman's Pipe Aristolochia
Earth-Star cv Pink Starlight Cryptanthus bivittatus
Foxglove, 'Foxy" Digitalis purpurea
Foxglove, 'Foxy" Digitalis mertonensis
Foxglove, Grecian Digitalis lanata
Cape Fuchsia Winchester Fanfare hybrid of P. aequalis & P. capnot true fuchsias, but are related to foxgloves
Fuchsia
Four-0-Clock Mirabilis jalapa opens after sunset
Four-0-Clock Mirabilis nyctaginea
Four-0-Clock "Limelight" Mirabilis nyctaginea flowers opening, luminous yellow-green foliage, r
Cultivated Plant Daubentonia punicea
Delphinum, Blue Minor
Gladiolus, Dale Nii
Gladiolus, cultivated
Golden Valerian, Golden Lace, ScPatrinia scabiosaefolia
Gold Finger Juanulloa aurantiaca
Goldfish Plant Nematanthus gregarius Syn. N. radicans
Ice Plant (Yellow), Hottentot FiCarpobrotus edulis
Ice Plant (Red), Hottentot Fig, Carpobrotus edulis var rubescens
Ice Plant Melamphora 'Tequila Sunrise'
Ice Plant, Common, Fig Marigold,Mesembryanthemum crystallinum
Ice Plant Delosperma
Geranium / Begonia, Strawberry, Saxifraga stolenifera Medical, Asia
Geranium, Peppermint Pelargonium tomentosum
Geranium, Zone Leaf Pelargonium veronica
Geranium, Scented, 'Old Spice' Pelargonium
Geranium Maple leaf 'Vancouver' in hanging container - Garden Center
Geranium, Bedding 'Violet'
Geranium, Bloody Cranesbill Sanguineum var striatum
Gloxinia Close-up image, sandwiched
Impatiens cv Impulse Mix Impatiens wallerana
Impatiens, Accent Apricot
Impatiens mixed with Dusty Miller
Impatiens, Wild E. Ecuador
Jasmine, Winter Jasminum hudiflorum
Joseph's Coat, Early Splendor, JAmaranthus tricolor cv Early Splendor
Joseph's Coat, Early Splendor, Jacob's Coat shown also in a bed with Caster bean, Canna, Mari
Joseph's Coat, Parrot Leaf, CaliAlternanthera ficoidea shown also with Million Bells
Golden Parrot Leaf, Golden AlterAlternanthera ficoidea
Daisy, Painted Garden Pyrethrum Tanacetum coccineum = PyrethruFlowerheads used to make Pyrethrum used in organi
Daisy, Dahlberg Dyssodia tenviloba
Daisy, Gerbera
Daisy, Shasta Chrysanthemum maximum, C. supereal flowers in center
Daisy, Shasta Chrysanthemum X superbum
Daisy, Shasta Close-up of disc flower
African Daisy, Cape Daisy Osteospermum 'Orange Symphony'
Dahlia, Caruso Red
Dahlia, 'Sneezy', Mignon Patio Dahlia
Dahlia, 'Alfred Grill'
Ivy, Kenilworth, Ivy-leaved ToadCymbalaria muralis VINE
Ivy growing on Castle VINE
Ivy Hedera growing all over a tree, VINE
Ivy, Boston Parthenocissus tricuspidata fall colors, VINE
Ivy, Boston Parthenocissus tricuspidata VINE, also shown growing on Detroit Law College B
Ivy, Boston Parthenocissus tricuspidata VINE, also shown close up
Ivy, Ground, Creeping Charlie, GGlechoma hederacea VINE
Ivy, English Hedera helix 'Glacier' VINE
Jacaranda Bloom (CA)

IRIS CULTIVARS
Iris, Harvest King
Iris, Dazzling Gold
Iris, Black
Iris, Black Dragon
Iris, Duke of Earl
Iris, Twist of Fate
Iris, Pink Angel
Iris, Cherub's Smile
Iris, Cranberry Ice
Iris, Ruffled Ballet
Iris, laeviigata
Iris, Ruffles and Lace
Iris, Japanese
Iris, Southern Blue Flag Iris virginica probably wild iris
Iris, Ten Dashing Plicates, Oh Babe
Iris, German Bearded Iris germanica
Iris, Victor Herbert
Iris, Yellow Flag Iris pseudacorus Beardless
Iris, Leaf Type Iris pseudacorus 'variegatus'
Iris, Siberian Non bearded, Siberian Iris
Iris Non bearded, Siberian Iris
Iris, Roof Top Iris tectorum Non bearded, Siberian Iris
Never-Never Plant 'Tricolor' Ctenanthe oppenheimiana
Moonflower, Moonvine Ipomea alba, Calonyction aculeatum
Nasturtium, Jewel Mix , Semi-douNasturi tropaeolum
Nasturtium, Jewel Mix , Semi-douTropaeolum majus
Nasturtium Tropaeolum majus edible
Mexican Breadfruit, Swiss CheeseMonstera deliciosa Edible fruit
Million Bells Calibrachoa 'Terra Cotta'
Lobelia Lobelia serardii 'vedrariensis'
Lobelia, blue with white variation
Mexican Hat Ratibida columnaris
Mother-in-Law's Tongue Sansevieria trifasciata 'Laurentii'
Lamb's Ear, Tongue, Betony Stachys byzantina
Leopard Plant, 'Argenteo MarginiLigularia tussilaginea
Big Leaf Ligularia Ligularia dentata 'Desdemona' yellow flowers
Kerra/Jew's Mallow Kerra japonica var. plena (pleshown on mailbox
LILY, CULTIVATED
Lily, Calla, Salmon Zantaveschia 'Cameo'
Lily Calla Zantedeschii elliotii
Lily Calla Zantedeschia 'Crystal Blush'
Yellow Arum Lily, Calla Lily (CaZantedeschia albamaculata
Lily Calla Zantedeschia albo-maculata
Mouse-thorn Ruscus hypoglossum L. Southeast Europe Lily group
Lily, Ginger, Heoychi Costus afer Africa
Lily, Red Ginger Alpinia purpurata Jamaica
Lily, White B & J, Turkscap, NodLilium speciosum reflexed perianth segments
Lily, Toad Tricyrtis
Lily, Turkscap Lilium Tenuifolium
Lily, Asiatic poss. Lilium Asiaticus ‘Enchantmentcultivar / hybrid
Lily, Orange Tiger Lilium Trigrinum Splendens
Lily, Crinum Crinum bulbispermum, syn. C, longifolium
Lily, Voodoo Sauromatum venosum spring flowering
Lily, Voodoo Sauromatum venosum shown in flower
Lily, Kir Fir sp., Ka Fir Clivia miniata Brazil
Lily, Peruvian, syn. A. aurantiaAlstromeria peruvianna
Lily, "Surprise Lily",
"ResurrecLycoris squamigera
Lily, Kissproof, Oriental Lily, Lilium Oriental Lily Group
Lily, Oriental, Corina Oriental Lily Group
Lily, Oriental Hybrid Lilium 'Casa Blanca' poss. Oriental Lily Group
Lily, Asiatic 'Dreamland', Red Corina Asiatic Lily Group
Lily, Asiatic, Color Parade Lilium Asiatic Lily Group
Lily, Asiatic Lilium Hybrids Asiatic Lily Group
Lily, Asiatic, 'Orange Brushmark' Asiatic Lily Group
Lily, Asiatic, 'Dreamland' Asiatic Lily Group
Lily, Lilium 'Mary M' shown with Veronica Speedwell, Blue Charm
Marigold, Inca Mix
Marigold, mixed with Scarlet Sage
Marigold cv Janie Tagetes erecta Fully double crested series
Marigold, Antigua Yellow
Marigold, Aurora Light Yellow & Bounty Mixed
Marigold, French Vanilla
Marigold, African cv Tagetes Erecta, cv Striped Marvel
Lantana, Shrub Lantana camara Single head orange flowers
Lantana, Monarch of the Veld Monarch food
Lantana shown also with Monarch butterfly
Lantana, 'Dallas Red'
Mandevilla x amabilis, 'Alice du Pont' VINE
Mandivilla Tango Twirl (SHAPE) Mandevilla amabilis 'Monrey' in container and close-up of flower
Meadow Sweet 'Nana' Filipendula palmata
Morning Glory, Blue Ipomoea VINE
Love In A Mist Nigella damascena
Hosta, Krossa Regal
Hosta, Gold Regal
Hosta, Green Wedge Seed, heads
Hosta, Sum & Substance, Flamboyant
Hosta, Sugar & Cream w/ Bracken Fern
Hosta, Summer Fragrance
Hosta, Gold Beauty
Hosta, Elegans
Hosta, Frances Williams mixed with yellow daylilies, hydrangea, in a gard
Hosta, Francee Hosta Francee Garden variety
Hosta, Kabitan Hosta lancifolia 'kabitan'
Hosta, Blue Cadet
Hosta, White Christmas

HIBISCUS, MALLOW, HOLLYHOCK
Chinese Hibiscus, China Rose, ShHibiscus rosa-sinensis cultivar, Jamaica named, petals used to polish sh
Chinese Hibiscus, China Rose, ShHibiscus rosa-sinensis cv Malvaceae
Hibiscus, 'Rose Emily'
Hibiscus (green flower)
Hibiscus assorted colors
Hibiscus, 'Lord Baltimore' Hibiscus moscheutos
Hibiscus, 'Lady Baltimore' Hibiscus moscheutos
Hollyhock Althaea rosea shown in a bedding setting
Hollyhock Althaea rosea shown flower, close-up
Hollyhock "Queeny Purple" Althaea rosea 2004 AAS MN Landscape Aboretum
Hibiscus (deep pink)
Hibiscus, Marsh, Swamp Rose MallHibiscus moscheutos two color forms
Texas Rock Rose, Rock Rose, RockPavonia lasiopetala Alamo Garden
Rose of Sharon, Althea Hibiscus syriacus
Hibiscus San Jose CA
Common Mallow Malva meglecta
Common Mallow Malva sylvestris
Everglade Hibiscus, Rose Mallow Hibiscus coccineus Corkscrew
Hibiscus, Rose Mallow Hibiscus palustris FL
Turks Cap, Sleeping Hibiscus Malvaviscus arboreus FL
Mallow, Desert Globe Sphaeralcea ambiqua Sonoran Desert, AZ.
Pentas, White & Pink Pentas lanceolata
Periwinkle, Myrtle Vinca Minor
Periwinkle, Parasol, Little BlanVinca Minor
Oregano, Cuban Plectranthus, coleoides variegatus
Pennyroyal Mentha pulegum Mint family
Pocketbook plant / flower, SlippCalceolaria crenatiflora
Portulaca, Rose, Moss Portulaca grandiflora cv Sundial Fuschia
Obedient Plant Physostegia virginiana False Dragon Head
Obedient Plant Foliage
Oxalis (Wood Sorrel) (cultivar)
Poinsettia E. (Christmas plants)
Poinsettia shown in a container
Poinsettia, several types Marjorie McNeely Conservatory, MN, consumer setti
Poinsettia, Freedom Fireworks Marjorie McNeely Conservatory, MN
Poinsettia, Chanti Red Marjorie McNeely Conservatory, MN
Poinsettia, Carousel Pink Marjorie McNeely Conservatory, MN
Poinsettia, Max Red Marjorie McNeely Conservatory, MN
Poinsettia, Diamond Red Marjorie McNeely Conservatory, MN
Poinsettia, Red Giant Marjorie McNeely Conservatory, MN
Poinsettia, Lemon Snow Marjorie McNeely Conservatory, MN
Poinsettia, White Glitter Marjorie McNeely Conservatory, MN
Poinsettia, DaVinci (pink) Marjorie McNeely Conservatory, MN
Poinsettia, Mars Marjorie McNeely Conservatory, MN
Pineapple Flower Eucomis autumnalis
Polka Dot Plant, Splash Select Pink
Petunia Garden
Petunia hybrid cv Prism Sunshine AAS winner, 1998
Petunias planted in log
Million Bells Mini Famous Rose PCalibrachoa (hybrids) bred from wild mountain petunias
Pachysandra, Japanese Spurge Pachysandra terminalis is the only satisfactory plant that will grow as
Oleander Nerium oleander
Oysterplant, Moses-in-the BulrusRhoeo spathacea
Phlox, Drummond Phlox drummondii
Phlox, Garden, Summer Phlox paniculata prob.
Phlox, 'Miss Lingard' Phlox carolina
Phlox, Woodland
Phlox, Robert L. Poore Phlox paniculata shown with Sweet Grass (Muhlenbergia capilaris),
Orchid Lycaste macrophylla
Orchid, 'Phrag. Grande' Cypredium or Cypripedium phragmipedium
Orchid Paphiopedianum chamberlainianucultivar
Orchid, with aerial roots, NagelHartwegia purpurea
Orchid V. Kasem's Delight 'Tom BoykinFL
Orchid, Vanilla
Pokers, Hot Red Kniphofia
Pansy, Old Fashioned Garden Pinks
Pansy, Bingo Yellow with Blotch A giant pansy
Pansy, Universal Plus 'Red Wing'
Pansy, Skyline Mix
Penstemon, Gray Beard's Tongue Penstemon digitalis
Penstemon, Gray Beard's Tongue Penstemon canescens
Penstemon, 'Midnight'
Penstemon, Beard Tongue Penstemon australis
Penstemon Penstemon laevigatus Purpleish
Plumbago, Leadwort Ceratostigma plumbaginoides old name ---> Plumbago Larpenlx
Royal Cape® Plumbago Plumbago auriculata 'Monott'
Peony, Tree, 'Kamata Nishiki' Paeonia sp. SHRUB
Peony, Tree, Japanese 'Hanakisoi' Hybrid origin
Peony, Fendan Bai Paeonia suf
Peony, Sarah Bernhardt Paeonia sp.
Peony, Eliza Lundy, Double Maroon
Peony, Garden Treasure, Semi Double expensive
Peony, Herbaceous Paeonia shown flower close-up
Poppy, Shirley Papaver rhoeas Shirley series single, stem covered with protecti
Poppy, Sunken Covered with dew, sandwiched to show depth
Poppy, Mexican Gold Eschscholzia californica var. mexicana
Poppy, Mexican Gold & Blue Sky PPolemonium viscosum (Blue flower)
Poppy, Iceland Papaver nudicaule Arctic regions of North America, yellow, white, p
Prairie Gentian Eustoma prob. grandiflorum synHybrid
Petunia Ruellia macrantha
Queen-of-the-Prairie Filipendula rubra 'Venusta'
Rabbit's Foot var. Kerchoviana Maranta leuconeura
Skyvine Thunbergia grandiflora vine
Black-eyed Susan vine, Clock vinThunbergia alata on trellis in a pot, (container) climber
Sunflower, Mammouth Helianthus annuus prob most cultivars are H. annuus
Sunflower cv Velvet Tapestry Helianthus
Sunflower, 'Russian Mammoth' Helianthus
Sunflower cv Orange Sun Helianthus
Sunflower, Mexican Helianthus
Sunflower cv Moonwalker Helianthus Follow the sun
Sunflower cv Moonwalker Helianthus shown also with bumblebee in center
Sunflower Helianthus debilis
Sunflower cv Italian White Helianthus
Sunflower growing AWAY from sun
Sunflower, Golden Crownbeard
Sunflower Seeds, shown also Seeds sprouting
Sedum, Autumn Joy Sedum spectable
Sedum, 'Dragons Blood' Sedum spectable
Sedum Spectable, 'Ruby Glow' Sedum spectable
Sedum Spectable, 'Vera Jamison' Sedum spectable
Sedum October Daphne Sedum sieboldii
Silver Dollar Plant, Money PlantLunaria annua sn Lunaria biennis
Squirrel Corn Dicentra canadensis
Statice flowers are partly albino
Sundrops, Common, Evening PrimroOenothera perennis
Sundrops, White Evening PrimroseOenothera speciosa
Rock Plant Sempervivum
Stokes Aster, 'Blue Danube' Stokesia laevis
Spirea, Anthony Waterer Spirea x bumaida
Spirea, Bridal Wreath "Vanhoutte spiraea" (Spiraea X vanhouttei) Spiraea prunifolia
Spider Flower, Spider Plant Cleome hassleriana, cleome spinosa
Spider Flower, Spider Plant Cleome hassleriana, cleome spialso shown white
Snapdragon del. Mix
Snapdragon, Tahiti Mix Antirrhinum
Speedwell, Veronica, 'Sunny BordVeronica spicata Named for St. Veronica
Speedwell, Veronica, 'Sunny BordVeronica spicata Also shown mixed with Mother of Thyme
Speedwell, Veronica, 'Red Fox' Veronia spicata
Speedwell, Veronica Veronica persica
Speedwell, Veronica 'Waterperry'
Speedwell, Thyme-leaved Veronica serpyllifolia
Speedwell, Germander Veronica chamaedrys herbal
Speedwell, Drug Veronica officinialis Indian Dye plants
Speedwell, 'Water Perry'
Sword of Madiera (CA)
Sea Grape Coccoloba uvifera Fruit used to make wine & jelly - - thrives in sa
Stinking Hellebore, (Wester FlliHelleborus foetidus green flowers
Sweet William Dianthus barbatus
Viburnum x burkwoodii
Viburnum Arrowwood Viburnum recognitum ex dentatuornamental planting, Shrub of Virginia 1983
Viburnum, Summer Snowflake Viburnum plicatum var. tomentosum
Wishbone Flower, Clown Mix Torenia fournieri
Purple Heart Tradescantia pallida
Zinnia Zinnia linearis
Zinnia, 'Scarlet Splender'
Zinnia, Elegans
Zinnia, Peter Pan Mix
Zinnias planted in a raised bed In a Gardening Center
Yellow (Golden) Shrimp Plant Pachystachys lutea
Verbena, Purple, Homestead
Verbena Verbena speciosa cv imagination
Verbena, Moss Verbena 'SissinghuVerbena tenuisecta / tenera also with Rose Champion Angel Blush
Wax, Honey Plant, Porcelain FlowHoya Fungii honey like liquid often drips from flower
Wisteria Wisteria, prob.frutescens
Wisteria also shown as a vine
Wisteria, Evergreen Millettia taiwanensis

Rose, Rose Hips Rosa rugosa
Rose, Cherokee, Species Rose Rosa laevigata
Rose (purple edge)
Rose, Swamp Rosa palustris
Rose, Hybrid Tea, Touch of ClassRosa AARS Winner 1986
Rose, Hybrid Tea, Color Magic
Rose, Hybrid Tea, Sweet & Pink
Rose, Hybrid Tea, Voodoo AARS, 1986 All American
Rose, Hybrid Tea, First Prize
Rose, a miniature, 'The Fairy' a dwarf polyantha
Rose Rosa rugosa
Rose, Shrub Bronica AARS
Rose, Climbing Blaze
Rose, Climber, Royal Sunset
Rose, Climber, Handel
Rose, Graham Thomas English Rose
Rose, Floribunda, Intrigue
Rose, Floribunda, Show Biz
Rose, Impatient
Rose, Tamora Shrub
Rose Gardens Norfolk Botantical Gardens
Rose Floribunda europeana
Roses on Mailbox
Roses on Porch Trellis
Rose, Pop Corn, Miniature
Rose, Queen Elizabeth Grandiflora floribunda
Rose Floribunda bonica
Rose, Miniature, Red Cascade
Rose, Rose Hips Sweetbrier, GallRose gallica sport Antique Rose, Apothecary Rose - HERB
Rose, Minnie Pearl, Miniature
Rose Arrilliga H.P.
Rose, Henry Nevard, Hybrid Perpetual
Rose, China, Hibiscus
Rose, Holy Toledo, Miniature
Rose, Old Time Rose Rosa mulliflora
Rose, Tree Rose Artistry
Rose, Sevilana shown in a garden setting
Rose, Caribbean
Rose, Midas Touch AAS
Rose, Hybrid Tea, Midas Touch AARS
Rose, Green China viridiflora China
Rose, Shrub, Scarlet Meideland
Rose, Shrub, Beach Rosa rugosa
Rose, China, Old Blush Flowers continously, scented of sweet peas
Rose, Scentimental Floribunda AARS 1997
Rose, Redgold Floribunda AAS 1971
Rose, Scotch cv Petite Pink Rosa pimpinelliofolla Wild rose in Europe
Rose, Butterfly close-up of flower
Roses, 3 yellow, arranged in bouquet, glistening with water sandwiched
Rose, Rock Helianthemum corymbosum FL. (flower is yellow, may not be a true rose, ma
Rose, Double-Flowering Japanese Kerria japonica 'Pleniflora' not a true rose

Tulip cv Snowstar Planted along with Viola cv maxim marina
Tulip, Alladin's Record
Tulip Tulipa negrita
Tulip Tulipa gravato
Tulip, Multi Flowering Tulipa hybrid cv Georgette
Tulip, Garden Tulipa hybrid cv Avignon Planted among Hosta Krossa Regal
Tulip, Lily Flowered yellow flowers
Tulip, Grand Prestige
Tulip, Parrot Tulipa
Tulip, cv Monte Carlo Planted among hyacinths
Tulip Tulipa cv Maywonder
Tulip, Tetraploid Tulip cv Maureen Planted along with Viola hybrid cv Crystal Bowl W
Tulip, cv Coleur Cardinal Planted along with Narcissus cv White Lion
Tulip Tulipa cv Negrita
Tulip Tulipa cv Karel Doorman
Tulip Tulipa gravato
Tulips & Pansies also in flower bed setting
Tulip, Ganders Rapsody Tulip ollioulles
Tulip Tulipa cv Blue Diamond
Tulip, Bicolor
Tulip, Fringed
Tulip, Species Tulipa hageri splendens
Tulip, Grand Prestige

STRANGE PLANTS
Artillery Plant, Gunpowder PlantPilea microphylla Male flowers explosively discharge pollen into th
CYCADS / DIOONS
Cycads Encephalartos hildebrandtii
Chestnut Dioon virgin palm, MexiDioon edule CYCAD, in fossils, dinosaur age
Virgin Palm, Mexican Cycad, PalmDioon edule var. angustifoliumCYCAD, in pot
Cycad/King/Queen Sago Palm Cycas revoluta CYCAD, Circinate vernation unrolling
Cycad/Sago Palm Cycas revoluta CYCAD, female oldest species of seed bearing plan
Cycad Dioon edule CYCAD, female, shown also cones, close-up
Coontie, Sago Palm, Florida ArroCycad Zamia floridana = Zamia CYCAD, Male Only native cycad in USA several form
Cycad, Zululand Encephalartos ferox, syn. EnceCYCAD, Africa cut away to present cones
Bamboo Cycad Ceratozamia sp."Hilda" CYCAD

PALMS
Palm, Panama Hat Carludovica palmata not a true Palm
Palm, Barbados Silver Thatch, SiCoccothrinax barbadensis Barbados
Palm, Bismarck Bismarckia nobilis very impressive single trunked fan palm from Mada
Palm, Bismarck Bismarckia nobilis shown also with fruit
Palm, Coconut Cocos nucifera closeup, shows fruit and palm fronds
Palm, Coconut Cocos nucifera shows full tree
Palm, Coconut Cocos nucifera shown also sprouting
Palm, Double Coconut Palm / Lodoicea maldivica Largest and heaviest seed of any plant. Up to 50
Palm, American Oil Palm Corozo oleifer
Palm, Coconut, Jamaica Tall
Palm, Parlor Chamaedorea elegans shown 3 berries (fruit)
Palm Jelly Butia capitata
Palm, California Fan Washingtonia filifera
Palm, Chinese Fan Livistona chinensis China
Palm, Chestnut Dioon Dioon edule
Palm, Needle Rhapidophyllum hystrix. hardiest palm on earth, poss endangered in wild
Palm, Cabbage, Palmetto, or CabSabal Palmetto shows it dead, living trees also
Palm, Cabbage, Sabal Palmetto shows hollowed log
Palm, Royal Roystonea regia shown in a tree farm, FL, grove
Palm, Cuban Royal Roystonea regia shown also fruit of the palm
Dwarf Palmetto Sabal minor
Palm, Triangle Dypsis decaryi
Vanuatu Fan / New Hebrides Palm Licuala grandis Vanuatu, Solomon Islands
Palm, Travelers Ravenaia madagascariensis Not a true palm, related to banana, all leaves in
Palm, Senora Palmetto Sabal uresana
Palm, Cliff Date Phoenix rupicola
Palm, Petticoat Copernicia macroglossa
Palm, Paurotis, Saw Cabbage Acoelorrhaphe wrightii Cluster forming species, native Everglades
Palm, Date, 'Zahidi' Phoenix dactylifera
Palm, Fish Tail Caryota SE Asia
Palm, Fish Tail Acalea colendra Fairchild Gardens
Sargents Cherry Palm, Buccaneer Pseudophoenix sargentii ssp.saENDANGERED - FL.
Palm, Sargent's Pseudophoenix sargentii ENDANGERED - FL.
Palm, Washingtonia, Petticoat, MWashingtonia robusta characteristic of the LA skyline
Palm, Travelers Tree Ravenaia madagascariensis banana plant
Palm, Golden Polypody, Gold FootPolypodium aureum grows in Cabbage Palms
Palm, Queen poss.
Palm Coccotrina x spissa
Palm, Silver Thatch, Barbados Coccothrinax barbadensis, syn 50 ft tall, one of the tallest, fastest, and most
Palm, Dwarf (Bush) Palmetto Sabal minor shown also with flowers
Palm, Sabal Mexicana Tex/Mex
Palm Brahea armata Baja, CA - with seeds
Palm, European Fan Chamaerops humilis Palm trunk looped around another palm, then up
Palm, Mexican Blue Baja CA
Palm, Chilean Wine Jubaea chilensis ENDANGERED, CHILE
Palm, Texas Palmetto Sabal Texana
Palm, Red Ceiling Wax Cyrtostachys renda
Palmate Leaf, Banana Palm world's largest palmate leaf
Mexican Blue / Blue Hesper PalmBrahea armata iridescent silver blue colored fronds, Baja CA
Palm, Raffia Raphia farinifera, syn Raphia longest leaves in entire plant kingdom, up to 70
Palm, Ivory Coast Wine - with paRaphia sudanica syn Raphia humfruiting 35 years after planting. As it is a mon
Texas Palmetto, Mexican PalmettoSabal mexicana
Palm, Silver Pimento, Mountain PSchippia concolor Endemic to Belize, shown also cut trunk
Palm, Bottle Hyophorbe lagenicaulis
Palm Renaissance Renaissance trachycrpus (spelling??) Fortunei
Palm Needle Rhapidophyllum hystrix
Palm, Winin, shown with fruit Wveitchia winin
Sunshine Palm Veitchia arecina

TREES
LOGGING / LUMBER Lumber Industry on West Coast, huge machinery including large crane, cutting, l
LOGGING / LUMBER flat bed semi truck with logs on it
Birch, White, Paper slides showing planted too shallow
Birch, White, Paper Betula slides showing leaves and fruit
Birch, White, Paper grove in Minn. horizontal lenticels
Birch, Paper, White, Canoe var. Betula papyrifera
Birch, Yellow Betula
Birch, River, Red, 'Heritage' Betula Nigra
Birch, River Betula Nigra Shown in MN, Flood Plain
Birch, Silver, European White Betula pendula
Birch shown grain close-up
Birch trunk shown close-up, peeling
Birch leaf shown close-up
Birch, Graffitti, names carved into the trunk, shown also a frog carved into the trunk

Boxwood, 'Kingsville Dwarf' Buxus microphylla 'Compacta' K15 yrs old, Purple Perilla and Rue also in pictur
Bottlebrush Tree good example of twisted bark, strange
Bladder Nut tree
Cherry, Yoshino Prunus yeodensis
Cherry Tree
Cherry, Flowering, Kwanzan Prunus serrulata
Cherry, Red Chokeberry Aronia arbutifolia red berries
Cherry, Choke Cherry Prunus virginiana
Cherry, Okame Prunus 'Okame'
Cherry Prunus cerasifera
Cherry, Weeping Higgan 'Pendula'Prunus subhirtella
Cherry, Bing, Double
Cherry, Mt. Fuji Prunus 'Shirotae'
Cherry Prunus serotina Fall colors
Chokeberry, Black Aronia melanocarpa
Coffee Colubrina Colubrina arborescens Florida, food for birds
Cannonball Tree Couroupita quianensis FL
Ash, Carolina, Water, Pop Fraxinus caroliniana
Ash, Green Fraxinus pennsylvanica var. lancelata
Ash, Mountain, American Sorbus americana
Ash Fall color
Ash, Prickly, Northern MN
Ash, Black Fraxinus nigra shown bark of tree trunk
Ash, Black Fraxinus nigra shown leaves and seeds
Aspen, Big Tooth Populus grandidentata shows leaves
Aspen, Quaking Populus tremuloides shown bark & leaves
Aspen, Quaking Populus tremuloides several images in the fall in the Sierra Nevadas
Aspen Grove larger format
Lombardy Poplar Populus nigra "italica tree rings wide rings fast growing
Lombardy Poplar Populus nigra "italica leaves and bark
Crape Myrtle Lagerstroemia indica
Crape Myrtle shown full tree, shaped like full bush
Crape Myrtle shown also close-up of white flowers
Crape Myrtle shown also, close-up of bark
Crape Myrtle, 'Tonto'
Crape Myrtle Lagerstroemia 'Muskogee' shown growing in a container
Crape Myrtle Natchez poss. white
Chestnut, American Castanea dentata
Chestnut, American Castanea dentata saplings
Chestnut, American Castanea dentata leaves and bark
Chestnut, American Castanea dentata showing Chestnut blight
Chestnut, American hybrid Castanea dentata nut only
Chestnut, Horse - Flowers
Clerodendron C. foetidum bunge shown pink flowers, also close-up
Clerodendron C. foetidum bunge shown also, fruit, star-shaped
Clerodendron Red flower is Clerodendron and the second yellow
Ailanthus, Tree of Heaven Ailanthus altissima
Ailanthus, Tree of Heaven Ailanthus altissima flowers
Ailanthus, Tree of Heaven Ailanthus altissima House where Gone With the Wind was written in Atl
Elm Ulmus fruit & leaves
Elm, Winged Ulmus alata
Elm, American Ulmus americana
Elm, American Ulmus americana showing single leaf
Elm, Chinese / Lacebark Ulmus parvifolia shown, leaves, bark, and fruit, various images (t
Elephant Foot, Ponytail Beaucarnea recurata
Buckeye, Red Aesculus pavia wild form, shows full tree
Buckeye, Red Aesculus pavia also shows close-up of leaves and red flowers
Buckeye, California Aesculus californica
Red Bay, Swamp Bay Persea palustris
Baobab Tree Adansonia digitada African, During times of drought, elephants thrus
Cottonwood, Swamp Populus heterophylla shown also leaves and bark
Cottonwood Populus deltoides fastest growing tree in NA, shown trunk, MN
Bottlebrush Tree Callistemon speciosus
Weeping Bottlebrush Callistemon viminalis prob. Myrtle family - according to Florida's Fabulous
Swamp Bay Persea palustris
China-Berry, Umbrella Tree Mella agedarach winter, shown also sucker sprouts
Black Locust Robinia pseudoacacia shown also bark close-up, deeply furrowed
Beech, American Fagus grandifolia fruit, nut
Beech, American Fagus grandifolia showing single leaf
Beech, American Fagus americana full image of small treet
Beech, American Fagus americana same tree, close up of tan base color leaves, juv
Chor Speciosa cv September SplenChor speciosa CALIF.
Dragon Tree Dracaena draco
Catalpa, Indian Cigar, Catawba TCatalpa speciosa shown also, leaf and pods, flowers
Alder, Black, Common Alnus glutinosa
Alder, White, Sweet Pepperbush Clethra alnifolia
Australian Black Bean Tree Castan ospernium australe Aids research
Bay Cedar, Sweetleaf Tree, HorseSymplocos tinctoria tasty foliage, yellow dye bark & leaves used as t
Copper, Beach, 'Silvatica' Fagus cuprea European
American Basswood, American LindTilia americana leaf and fruit
Acacia, Steel / Ramrod Key Acacia tortuosa Fairchild Gardens, long spine, extinct in wild
Acacia, Cat Claw, Winter Aspect Acacia greggii Big Bend National Park, TX
Acacia, Whitethorn Acacia constricta
Dynamite Tree Hura crepitans Champion Tree Flamingo Gardens, shown also thorny
Fig, Banyan, Centipede Tree Ficus benghalensis
Figs
Fig, Strangler Ficus aurea shown also squeezing 3 trees
Fig, Strangler Ficus aurea on host cabbage palm
Fig, Weeping Banyan Ficus benjamina aerial roots
Fig Ficus racemosa
Fig, Moreton Bay Fig Tree Ficus macrophylla
Rubber Tree Ficus elastica aerial roots
Ficus Ficus roxburghii / auriculata fruit has jelly like substance, cultivated, conta
Ficus Hedge in S. Florida, trimmed with an entrance
Creeping Fig - Climbing Fig Ficus pumila (repens) growing upside down on ceiling in San Antonio Bot
Eucalyptus, Bluegum Eucalyptus globulus Myrtle family
Eucalyptus, Bluegum Eucalyptus globulus shown also leaves close-up
Eucalyptus Eucalyptus, torelliana / CorymBark Fairchild Gardens
Gum, Chewing Tree Manilkara zapota
Gum, Black Tupelo Nyssa sylvatica bark, leaves, fruit
Gum, Red Emerging leaves - early spring
Gum, Swamp, Black Nyssa sylvatica var. biflora
Gum, Sweet Liquidambar styraciflua Festival' cultivar
Gum, Sweet Liquidambar styraciflua bark and leaf
Gum, Sweet Liquidambar styraciflua shown also seeds, shown also fruit
Gum, Sweet Liquidambar styraciflua showing single leaf
Gum, American Liquidamber styraciflua 'Burguin CA different common name
Round-Leaved Sweet Gum Liquidambar styraciflua ‘Rotundiscovered in the wilds of North Carolina in 1930
Pink Silk Floss Tree / Floss SilChorisia speciosa bark pink lily like Flower
Silk Floss Tree Chorisia insignis White Flowers, food of ARSENURA ARMIDA moth
Floss Silk Tree Chorisia speciosa cv arcadia Trunk, bark shown close-up
Holly, Chinese Ilex cornuta
Holly, Laurel Leaf Ilex
Holly, Yaupon Ilex vomitoria
Holly, Yaupon, Weeping Ilex vomitoria (pandula)
Holly, American, Savannah Ilex opaca savannah
Holly, American, Merry ChristmasIlex opaca savannah
Holly, American Ilex opaca Winter berries
Holly, American Ilex opaca also shown, single leaf
Holly, Sparkleberry, WinterberryIlex verticillata x Iserrata Female, loaded with red berries
Holly, Yellow-fruited American, Ilex opaca
Hawthorn, Downy single leaf
Fringetree Chionanthus virginicus Korean
Fringetree Chionanthus retusus
Fiddlewood Citharexglum fruitcosum
Hornbean Eastern, American, Hop Carpinus caroliniana
Eastern Hornbean Ostrya virginiana
Hickory, Shagbark Carya ovata
Hickory, Water Carya aquatica Champion tree
Hickory, Shellbark Kingnut Carya laciniosa Michigan 'Special Concern'
Hercules-Club, Southern Prickly Zanthoxylum clava-herculis close-up of trunk, shows thorns / leaves
Common Prickly-ash, Northern PriZanthoxylum americanum
Groundsel Tree, Silverling, Sea-Baccharis halimifolia blooms Oct. - Nov.
Jujube, Chinese Date Zizyphus jujube shows large red berries
Japanese Cedar Cryptomeria japonica
Franklin Tree Franklinia alatamaha No longer exists in the wild
Gumbo-limbo Bursera simaruba
Golden Rain Tree, Pride of IndiaKoelreuteria paniculata
Chinese Rain Tree (Golden Rain Tree) fruits and flowers
Green Bark Tree Pseudo bombax septenatum
Hackberry, Common, Northern Celtis occidentalis shown also close-up of bark
Hackberry, Common, Northern Celtis occidentalis shown also fruit , galls
Katsura Tree Cercidiphloum japonica from Japan
Ceiba, Kapok or Silk Cotton TreeCeiba pentandra Guatemala’s national tree, downy fibers used to t
Korean Evodia Evodia danielii shown whole tree, also close-up
Kapok, Red Silk Cotton Tree, CeiCeiba pentandra, Bombax ceiba
Linden, Little Leaf Tilia cordata
Monkey Hand Tree Chiranthodendron pentadactylon
Oleander Nerium oleander
Mesquite, Screwbean Prosopis pubescens
Osage-Orange, Hedge Apple Maclura pomifera Mulberry family, sticky, gummy fruit
Melaleuca, Punk Tree Melaleuca quinquinervia shown also close-up shots of bark
Mimosa, Silk Tree Albizia julibrissin shown also cross section
Southern and Tropical Trees
Cannonball Tree Couroupita guianensis fruits grow en masse from stalks surrounding trun
Mahogany, West Indies Swietenia mahagoni Largest in US - Everglades
Mahogany Swietenia mahagoni seeds
Ombu Phytolacca dioica Argentina
Mangrove, Red Rhizophora mangle seedlings (called propagule)
Mangrove, Red Rhizophora mangle prop roots- branched, looping roots arise from th
Mangrove, Red Rhizophora mangle full trees, shot from a short distance
Mangrove, Red Rhizophora mangle prop/ stilt roots growing downward
Mangrove, Black Avicennia germinans pencil-sized pneumatophores (roots that stick up
Mangrove, Black Avicennia germinans shown also red mangrove in front, black mangrove
Mangrove, White Lagunculria racemosa leaves, fruits and flowers
Mulberry, Paper Broussonetia papyrifera Williamsburg
Mulberry Tree fall color
Mulberry Tree shown with red gum
Mulberry, Red Morus rubra shown also single leaf
Mulberry, White Morus alba
Lipstick Tree Bixa orellano Purple
Locust, Bristly Robinia hispida
Locust, Black Robinia pseudoacacia
Locust, Honey Gleditsia triacanthos
Locust, Sunburst, Honey Gleditsia triacanthos intermisthornless, shown yellow flowers
Laurel, California, California BUmbellularia californica shows flowers up close
Magnolia, Cucumber Magnolia acuminata shown leaves and seed pod
Magnolia, 'Raspberry Ice'
Laurel Magnolia Magnolia virginiana
Magnolia, Star Magnolia stellata shown also with Malus (apple tree) in background
Magnolia, Star, VA Harrison MoneMagnolia stellata
Magnolia, Star, 'Lenard Messel' Magnolia stellata
Magnolia, Spectrum Magnolia x spectrum
Magnolia, White Leaf Japanese Magnolia obovata
Magnolia, Susan Magnolia x Susan
Magnolia Magnolia virginica
Magnolia, Asian, Asiatic
Magnolia State champion
Magnolia, Betty Hybrid Magnolia x 'Betty'
Magnolia, Bull Bay, Southern, EvMagnolia grandiflora Mississippi State Tree, also one of the largest i
Magnolia, Bull Bay, Southern, EvMagnolia grandiflora showing single leaf
Magnolia, Bull Bay, Southern, EvMagnolia grandiflora close-up of white flower, shown also pile of yell
Magnolia, Bull Bay, Southern, EvMagnolia grandiflora shown dead flower
Magnolia, Sweet Bay Magnolia virginiana
Magnolia Magnolia virginiana var. austrClose-up of white flowers, Evergreen
Magnolia, Saucer, Soulange Magnolia x soulangiana Hybrid origin
Magnolia, Tulip Tree, Yellow PopLiriodendron tulipifera shown also bark
Bark inclusion in Magnolia, TuliLiriodendron tulipifera cross section normal, cs two heartwoods. A natura
Magnolia, Giant Tulip
Magnolia, Umbrella Magnolia tripedila sp. Juvenile
Magnolia, Umbrella Magnolia tripedila sp. shown also creamy white flower close-up
Maple Leaves in fall colors
Maple, Trident Acer buergerianum
Maple, Amur Acer ginnala Asian used in gardens
Maple, Amur Acer ginnala shown also, in October, some green leaves, some b
Maple, Striped, Moosewood Acer pensylvanicum Leaves and Seeds
Maple, Silver Acer saccharinum
Maple, Norway Acer platanoides
Maple, Paperbark Acer griseum
Maple, Ash-leaved, Box Elder Acer negundo shown alos with compound leaves
Maple, Ash-leaved, Box Elder Acer negundo shown with leaves in fall colors
Maple, Mountain Acer spicatum
Maple, Southern Sugar, Florida MAcer barbatum
Maple, Sugar Acer saccharum shown fall colors, OH
Maple, Sugar / Columnar Acer saccharum MN nursery
Maple, Red Acer rubrum shown also fall colors, shown also red growing ti
Maple, Red Acer rubrum red winged seeds
Maple, Red Acer rubrum flowers
Maple, Red Acer rubrum shown male stamen
Maple, Japanese Acer palmatum disectum -Crimson Queen
Maple, Japanese Acer palmatum disectum shown growing in a pot
Maple, Japanese Acer palmatum disectum same plant, shown close-up
Maple, Japanese Red Acer palmatum reversion
Maple, Japanese Red Acer palmatum in fruit
Maple, Japanese Red Acer palmatum Linear leaved
Maple, Black Acer nigrum shown bark close-up, Michigan
Maple, Black Acer nigrum shown leaves, with 'fruit' (spring) Michigan
Maple Vine Heteropterys salicrfolia
Mahogany shown leaves and bark
Oak Growth, Acorns germination Radicle- Root of the embryonic or newly emerged s
Oak Growth, Acorns germination Cotyledons are the first leaves of the embryonic
Oak Growth, Acorns Acorn germination - seedling age growth compariso
Oak, Blackjack Quercus marilandica leaf/leaves
Oak, Hinckley Quercus hinckleyi ENDANGERED, TEXAS
Oak, Gray, Encino Prieta Quercus grisea Big Bend TX
Oak, Black Quercus velutina shown also leaf/leaves
Oak, Bluejack / Sand Quercus incana deciduous
Oak, Cherrybark, var. of SoutherQuercus falcata var. pagodifolfall colors
Oak, Coast Live Quercus agrifolia good shots of acorns
Oak, Overcup
Oak, English Quercus robur
Oak, Post Quercus stellata leaf, bark, acorn
Oak, Pin Quercus palustris leaves and bark
Oak, Northern Pin / Hill's / JacQuercus ellipsoidalis MN
Oak, Willow Quercus phellos shown also cross section
Oak, Live Quercus virginiana shown also, shaped by the wind, Wright Memorial,
Oak, Live Quercus virginiana shown acorns only, brown on the ground
Oak, Live Quercus virginiana shown acorns, green, still on tree
Oak, Live Quercus virginiana acorn shown sprouting
Oak, Live Quercus virginiana weathered trees, shown at a distance
Oak, Turkey Quercus laevis Juvenile Leaf/leaves
Oak, Pin Northern/ Hill's /Jack Quercus ellipsoidalis Canada and Northern USA
Oak, Cork Quercus suber shown also trunk & close-up of bark
Oak, Cherrybark Quercus pagoda leaf/leaves - Atypical
Oak, Chinkapin / Yellow Quercus muehlenergii leaf/leaves
Oak, Water Quercus nigra also leaf/leaves
Oak, Water Quercus nigra showing burl
Oak, Red, Southern Quercus falcata also leaf/leaves
Oak, Red, Northern Quercus rubra, syn. Q. borealiIowa State Tree, also leaf/leaves
Oak, Red, Northern Quercus rubra, syn. Q. boreali200 year old tree, shown cut cross section
Oak, Sawtooth Quercus acutissima shown leaf (leaves) and green acorns
Oak, Shumard Quercus shumardii shown leaf and leaves
Oak, Scarlet Quercus coccinea leaf/leaves
Oak, Chestnut Quercus montana syn. Q. prinusshown leaf and leaves
Oak, White Quercus alba State Tree of Illinois, Connecticut
Oak, White Quercus alba Bark, leaf, acorn
Oak, Laurel Quercus laurifolia shown acorns only, also leaf/leaves
Oak, Swamp Chestnut Quercus michauxii close-up of leaf
Oak, Sand Post Quercus margaretta leaf/leaves
Oak, Japanese Blue, Ring Cupped,Quercus glauca full tree, shown also leaves and acorns
Oak, California / Coast Live Quercus agrifolia good shots of acorns
Oak, Hybrid Water Oak x Black OaQuercus nigra x velutina (Hybrleaf/leaves

Rose of Venezuela Brownea sp. Tropical
Shaving Brush Tree Pseudobombax ellipticum shown bark - trunk, shown also flower
Shaving Brush Tree Pseudobombax ellipticum shown with Skipper
Smoke Tree, American Cotinus obovatus
Smoke Tree, European Cotinus coggygria
Lemonade Sumac Rhus integrifolia shown fruit and hedge
Sumac, Staghorn Rhus typhina shown also fall colors
Sumac, Winged Rhus copallina red fruit
Sumac, Winged Rhus copallina shown also fall colors
Sumac, Flameleaf Rhus copallina c prince cultivated
Sumac, Flameleaf Rhus copallina c prince shown also fall colors
Sumac, Smooth, Common, Dwarf, MRhus glabra also shown, clones (all one plant), When broken o
Sumac, Smooth, Common Rhus glabra close-up shots of fruit, (red)
Sumac, Smooth, Common Rhus glabra close-up shots of flowers
Sumac, Smooth, Common Rhus glabra shown also fall colors
Yellowwood Cladrastis kentukea
Sweet Leaf Tree National Champion
Sassafras Sassafras albidum flowers - Spicebush Swallowtail food
Sassafras Sassafras albidum 4 leaf types
Sassafras Sassafras albidum fall colors
Sassafras Sassafras albidum shown also fruit, shown also in Spring
Strawberry Tree Arbutus unedo
Princess, Empress Tree, Royal PaPaulownia tomentosa huge leaves on young plants
Sycamore American, Buttonwood Platinus occidentalis leaves and fruit balls
Sourwood Tree Oxydendrum arboreum also shown fall colors
Screwbean Mesquite Prosopis pubescens
Silk-oak Grevillea Grevillea robusta
Tamarind syn: Tamarind, TamarindTamarindus indica syn: T officbrown woody pods, evergreen
Tallowtree, Chinese Tallowtree Sapium sebiferum Poisonous milky sap; Chinese made candles by boi
Torchwood Amyris elemifera close-up of trunk, shows bark
Torchwood, Chapotillo, Mexican AAmyris madrensis Leaves seeds and trunk
Royal Poinciana, Flamboyant, FlaDelonix regia
Pride of Barbados, Dwarf PoinciaPoinciana pulcherrima syn. Caetropical
Texas Mountain-laurel, MescalbeaSophora secundiflora Rough and shaggy
Simpson Stopper Myrcianthes fragrans, Eugenia leaves and trunk
Paradise-tree Simarouba glauca Fern Forest Nature Center
Pond-Apple A. glabra
Schefflera Brassaia actinophylla shown also close-up of red berries among leaves
Shaving Brush Tree Pseudobombax ellipticum
Tupelo, Water Nyssa aquatica
Toog Tree Bischofia javanica Timber, Asia, bark medicinal, shown leaves and ba
Redbud, Eastern Cercis canadensis one slide shows largest in Virginia
Redbud, Eastern Cercis canadensis spring flowers, cauliflorous
flowers
Texas Olive, Anacahuita Cordia boissieri In front of the Alamo
Russian Olive prob. Elaeagnus angustifolia MN
Poor Man's Orchid Tree Bauhinia variegata Bark is source of tanning
White Orchid Tree Bauhinia variegata var. candida
Sparkleberry Vaccinium arboreum
Silverbell Halesia tetraptera
Silverbell Halesia carolina

CONIFERS
balsam needles
image showing pinecone litter
Harper Dwarf Conifer Collection Michigan
Eucalptus, 'Red Ironbar' E. ideroxyl
Fir, China Cunninghamia konishii threatened in Viet Nam
Fir, Bristlecone / Santa Lucia Abies bracteata Rare endangered- found in N. SLO County CA
Fir, Weeping Algerian Abies nomidica 'Pendula' Michigan
Fir, Douglas Pseudotsuga menziesii Cross section- down 1931, 300 ft tall, 600 yrs ol
Cedar, White a.k.a. Eastern ArboThuja occidentalis Not a True Cedar
Cedar, White a.k.a. Eastern ArboThuja occidentalis shown full tree
Cedar, White a.k.a. Eastern ArboThuja occidentalis dead, with Witches Broom
Cedar, White, Northern, Eastern Thuja occidentalis taken in Michigan, shown also a stand of trees
Cedar, White, Northern, Eastern Thuja occidentalis shown also, bark and branch
Cedar, Atlantic White Chamaecyparis thyoides sapling on log, full young tree, bark & branch, i
Cedar, Japanese Cryptomeria japonica
Cedar, Blue Atlas Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca'
Cedar, Incense Calocedrus decurrens
Cedar of Lebanon Cedrus libani city park - large cones
Cedar, Eastern Red Juniperus virginiana crosscut section
Cedar, Eastern Red Juniperus virginiana shown also, full tree
Cedar, Eastern Red Juniperus virginiana shown also close-up with berries, clasping leaves
Monkey Puzzle Araucaria araucana S. Chile
Cypress, Dwarf Japanese Garden JJuniperus procumbens 'Nana'
Cypress, Dwarf , Bald Taxodium distichum Everglades FL
Cypress, Common
Cypress Pond in winter Taxodium nutans
Cypress Pond Taxodium distichum var. imbricshows bark close-up
Cypress, Pond shown with fruit, clusters of green balls
Cypress, Bald Taxodium distichum seedlings, needles, cone, fruit, also shown in lo
Cypress, Bald Taxodium distichum fall colors
Cypress, Bald Taxodium distichum shown with Spanish Moss
Cypress, Sawara Aurea filifera
Tamarack, American Larch Larix laricina only conifer to lose needles in fall, unlike all
Tamarack, American Larch Larix laricina shown with cones
Larch Craftsbury Flats Eastern Larix laricina 'Craftsbury FlaMichigan
Larch, Common, European 'Varied Larix decidua 'Varied DirectioMichigan
Larch, Weeping
Hemlock, Eastern Tsuga canadensis Oldest & tallest trees in Shenandoah Nat'l Park
Hemlock, Carolina Tsuga carolina cemetery in Baltimore
Pine, Jack Pinus banksiana branch & needles - N. MN, Mt. Rose
Pine, Norfolk Island shows full tree, also shows parts, bark, gold aer
Pine, Norfolk Island trunk shown with large burls
Pine, Norfolk Island Key Biscayne FL
Pine, Sugar Pinus lambertiana largest known cones
Pine, Long Leaf Pinus palustris, Pinus australis
Pine, Screw Pandanus utilis Prop roots, leaves used in weaving, edible fruit
Pine, Shortleaf Pinus echinata
Pine, Scotch shown with pine cones
Pine, Eastern White Pinus strobus
Pine, Ponderosa Pinus ponderosa
Pine, Limber Pinus flexilis shows bark close-up
Pine, Limber Pinus flexilis shows needles and cones
Pine, Red Pinus resinosa shows bark close-up, Michigan
Pine, Red Pinus resinosa shows needles and cones, Michigan
Pine, Japanese Red Pinus densiflora
Pine, Japanese Black Pinus thumbergii
Pine, Austrian Pinus nigra Austrian Pine with Hindu - pan style cut in 45 ga
Pine, Australian, (Horsetail CasCasuarina equisitifolia some with growths, burl sp.
Pine, Dwarf, Mountain Pinus mugo
Pine, Southern Yellow Pinus palustris
Pine, Table Top Pinus densiflora
Pine, Table Mountain Pinus pungens sharp tipped needles and cones
Pine Barren, North Carolina, center Longleaf Pine
Pine Plantation
Pine, Scrub Virginia Pinus virginiana lower branches die and stay on
Pine, Monterey Pinus radiata with cryptic globe fungus
Pine, Loblolly Pinus taeda show also pine cone seeds and pine nuts, Candle i
Pine, Loblolly Pinus taeda shown cross section
Pine, Loblolly Pinus taeda pile of pine cones opened by squirrels
Pine, Slash Pinus elliottii This one is NOT endangered, but the subspecies of
Pine, Slash Pinus elliottii close-up of pine cone
Pine, Sand Pinus clausa full tree, shot at short distance, FLORIDA
Pine, Sand Pinus clausa close-up of trunk & bark
Pine, Sand Pinus clausa close-up of branch, showing pine cones
Pine, Sand Pinus clausa shot a short distance away, showing branches & pi
Pine, Bristlecone Pinus artistata Michigan
Pine, Weeping White Pinus strobus 'Pendula' Michigan
Pine, White Full tree
Pine, White Dwft Pinus strobus 'Macopin' In container, shown also cones
Pine, White single tree, shown also Pine Grove
Pine, Eastern White sappling growing in crack in cliff
Pine, Eastern White Pinus strobus
Pine, Queensland Kauri
Spruce, Red Picea rubens full tree, shown also with cones, Michigan
Spruce, Dwarf Alberta Picea glauca var. albertiana 'conica''
Spruce, Narrow Conical Dwarf AlbPicea glauca 'Conica' Michigan
Spruce, Dwarf Serbian Picea amorika 'Nana'
Spruce, White small tree Picea glauca shown also with cones
Spruce, White / Canadian, EasterPicea glauca
Spruce, White Picea glauca MN, different profiles of same species
Spruce, Pyramidal Norway Picea abies 'Pyramidata' single tree, shown also close-up of cone
Spruce, Pigmy Norway Picea abies 'Pigmaea' Michigan
Spruce, 'Iseli Foxtail' ColoradoPicea pungens Michigan - Christmas Tree
Spruce, Rariflora Weeping NorwayPicea abies 'Rariflora Weeper'Michigan
Spruce, Dwarf Norway Picea abies Pomila Michigan
Spruce, Aurea Norway Picea abies 'Aurea' Michigan - Christmas Tree
Spruce Picea abies 'Pendula prostrataMichigan
Spruce, Blue Minnesota, in snow
Spruce, tops cut Minnesota, in snow
Redwood, California Sequoia sempervirens
Redwood, Dawn Metasequoia glyptostroboides
Redwood, Dawn Metasequoia glyptostroboides slide showing largest in VA, sheds leaves in wint
Juniper Juniperus chinensus cv Hetzll columnaris
Juniper, Variegated Hollywood
Juniper, Spreading Juniperous horizontalis
Juniper, Iseli's Mother Lode Juniperus horizontalis 'MotherMichigan
Juniper shown with Pinus cembroiJuniperus deppeana Big Bend National Park
Juniper, Ash Juniperus ashei behind Alamo
Yew, Smokestack, Yew, Bald Hill Taxus x media 'Smokestack', Taboth in same image, Michigan
Yew shows new growth and dead piece hanging, Michigan
Yew Minnesota, in snow
Christmas Tree Farm in Mich. shows also a red barn
Tree Farm in Greenhouse on West Coast
Willow, Virginia Itea virginica
Willow, Virginia Itea virginica Lyonia racemooa
Willow, Desert Chilopsis linearis Catalpa family
Willow, Weeping Salix babylonica in fall colors
Willow, Bebb Prob Salix bebbiana
Willow, Black Salix nigra shown also leaf and flowers
Willow, Silky Salix sericea
Willow, Pussy Salix discolor spring
Willow, Pussy Salix discolor shown buds burst open
Willow, Pussy, Dwarf Salix discolor 'Nana' Garden origin
Willow, Pussy Salix caprea 'Pendula'
Willow, Carolina, Coastal Plain Salix caroliniana with seeds
Willow, Sandbar Salix exigua subsp intenor Roots boiled by Indians, scarlet dye
Willow, Corkscrew Salix contorta
Willow, Sand Bar Salix interior MN

NUT TREES
Pecan
Almond Prunus dulcis shown also, sap dripping from fruit
Almond, West Indian,Tropical, InTerminalia catappa Barbadus Gardens, Florida
Brazil Nuts shown nuts only, not the tree
Hickory group Carya Male inflorescences
Hickory shown Bracts
Hickory, Mockernut/White HickoryCarya alba (Tomentosa alba)
Hickory, Shagbark Carya ovata also showing spring foliage
Black Walnut Juglans nigra open growing
Black Walnut Juglans nigra showing nuts
Pine Nuts shown being put in oven for roasting
Macadamia Nuts
Bladdernut, American Bladdernut Staphylea trifolia L.
Hazelnut Corylus avellana
Pistachio Nut P avera
Chestnut, Chinese Castanea molisima
Chestnut, Golden
Chestnut, Horse Aesculus hippocastanum Asia

MEDICINAL
Eucalyptus, Red
Eucalyptus, Blue Gum
Eucalyptus Shows bark and leaves
Witch Hazel Hamamelis virginiana ice in winter
Witch Hazel Hamamelis virginiana shows winter flowers
Witch Hazel Jelena Hamamelis x jelena
Witch Hazel, red form
Saw Palmetto Serenoa repens shows berries, herbarium sample, growing low, gro
Saw Palmetto, Blue Form Serenoa repens MEDICINAL
Madagascar Periwinkle Catharanthus roseus
Ramie, China Grass Boehmeria nivea Bark, fibers, for making fishing nets, hats, moth
Camphor Tree Cinnamomum camphora
Camphorweed Heterotheca subaxillari
Tree Strophanthus preusii MEDICINAL - heart medicine
Yew Taxus baccata
Black Bamboo Phyllostachys nigra
Slippery Elm Ulmus rubra MEDICINAL
Gingko Gingko biloba shown also close-up of leaves
Gingko Gingko biloba shown fall colors
Neem Tree, also called the VillaAzadirachta indica FL.
Anatto Tree Bixa orellana entire tree used in medicine & dye
Chinquapin Oak, Yellow Chestnut Quercus muehlenbergii Largest Tree Group
Yucca Yucca filifera largest of its type
Wild Cherry Champion
Baycedar Symplocos tinctoria Biggest one in USA - Chesapeake, VA
Sweet Leaf, Horse Sugar, Yellowwood Largest Tree Group
Willow, Silky Salix sericea Largest in US
Hickory, Water Carya aquatica National Champ, Southhampton County VA
Devil's Walking Stick, Hercules Aralia spinosa Second largest in US (scratches)
Cypress Knee Largest Tree Group
2 trees Largest Tree Group
Green Ash Fraxinus pennsylvanica Largest Tree Group
Persimmon Diospyros virginiana Second largest in US.

TREES STRANGE
Sourwood
Oak, with unusual trunk
Yellow Birch
Laurel Oak, Sweet Gum, Sycamore all 3 growing together
Pine, Lightwood, Fatwood grown in a shape that looks like "77"
Cabbage Palm growing out of an OSabal palmetto Palm (Blue Spring State Park, FL)
Oak & Cabbage Palm in Highland Hammock FL FL
Twisted Branch
Sycamore with a natural graft (grafted to itself)
MN - - Oak roots above ground on Mississippi River
Oak Multi 22 stemmed trunk Highland Hamock. Fl. gap gets higher and higher-
Swamp poss. White Oak, large acorn, fallen, edge of Mississippi, MN, "tenacity"
WITCHES BROOM
Merrell Broom Tree Piceas abies Michigan
Secrest Bald Cypress Taxadium distichum 'Secrest' Michigan
White Pine Seedling (Buck's BrooPinus strobus Michigan
Fraser Fir Abies fraseri Michigan
Fraser Fir, Hal's Abies fraseri Michigan
Witches Broom - Pine
Witches Broom - Lodge Pole Pinus contorta (oxe yoke) Michigan
Cypress, False, Green Arrow NootChamaecyparis nootkatensis 'GrMichigan, mutation, witches' broom
DAMAGED TREES
Showing lightning damage
White Birch showing sapsucker damage
Showing beaver damage
Dying Pines Anoph glabripenis damage poss.NE USA
Witches Broom - Pine
Water Oak & Red Maple grown together
Fallen tree at Water's Edge
"No Dumping" Sign growing right into tree
Callous material where limb broke off
Wild Cherry leaves showing galls
Peach Tree Borer damage
Bagworms on a tree
Dogwood Anthracnose shown also, same tree with adventitious sucker st
Hackberry galls
Hackberry Petiole Gall Psyllid," Pachypsylla venusta"
Poplar Petiole Gall Aphid Pemphigus populitransvercaused by the Poplar Petiole Gall Aphid
Red Bay Galls
Oak galls, Apple small cynipid wasp, Biorhiza pallida
Urchin galls (red) on Oak caused by Urchin gall wasp
Horned Oak Gall Callirhytis cornigera
Maple eyespot / leafspot gall Acericecis ocellaris - midge Lives on underside of leaves, red spots or bull's
Goldenrod Stem Gall Eurosta solidaginis small fly Eurosta solidaginis
Pincushion Gall very colorful, red spikes on rose stem
Little Bluestem Schizachyrium scoparium
Live Oak with Chestnut Blight
Chestnut with Chestnut Blight
Burl on white birch
Flea Beetles, Celebrity tomato
Black Locust, Cross section
White Pine Seedlings seedlings
Loblolly Pines, 3 young Seedlings, Saplings Seedlings, shown also with dew and raindrops clos

BUTTERFLY GARDENS
Butterfly Garden at Norfolk Botanical Garden in Norfolk, shown in November
Threeleaf shrub, Verbena left, CLantana trifolia, Stachystarphgroup photo 3 plants in Butterfly Garden
Verbena & Rudbeckia 'Goldstrum' Verbena bonariensis & RudbeckiGray leafed shrub in back Phlomis Fruticosa
Coral Porterweed taller, SnakeweStachystarpheta jamaicensis
Asters, Sedum, Petunias in a Buttefly Garden
Milkweed, Swamp
Milkweed, Common Asclepias syriaca
Milkweed, Red
Milkweed, pink-tall, Monardia-red, and Butterfly Weed - orange short
Angle-pod Matelea gonocarpa in milkweed group
Japanese Honeysuckle
Milkweed, Orange, Butterfly WeedAsclepias tuberosa
Milkweed, Mexican, Bloodflower Asclepias currsavica
Milkweed, Michaux's Asclepias michauxii
Milkweed, Giant Calytropsis gigantea
Clerodendrum C. foetidum
Woman watering in her butterfly garden
Butterfly Garden, black-eyed susan
Butterfly gardening, zebra longwing butterfly on pentis
Zinnias in butterfly garden setting
Zinnia with Bumblebee on it
Zinnia linearis
Zinnia, Scarlet splendor - an AAS
Petunia x hybrida
Heather, Mexican (not in bloom) Cuphea hyssopifolia
Sunflower, Mexican Tithonia rotundiflora
Mimosa, Silk Tree Albizia julibissin
Butterfly Weed A. tuberosa
Bee Balm, Scarlet Monardia didyma
Button Bush Cephalanthus occidentalis
Button Bush, shown with Painted Cephalanthus occidentalis
Drummond Phlox Phlox drummondii
Lantana
Lantana shown with Swallowtails
Butterfly exhibit at Norfolk VA Zoo
Butterfly Bush, Painted Lady ButBuddleia davidii
Butterfly Bush with Skipper upside down also with what appears to be one of the "whites"
Butterfly Bush with Red Admiral
Butterfly Bush, 'SunGold' Buddleia x weyeriana 'SunGold'
Skipper on yellow leaf (taken in Louisiana)
Variegated Fritillary on Butterffly Bush
Butterfly Bush, Yellow
Butterfly Bush, Black Dragon Buddleia davidii
Butterfly Bush, Harlequin Buddleia davidii
Butterfly Bush Lochinch
Butterfly Bush Buddleia davidii 'White Profusion'
Butterfly Bush, Blacknight
Caterpillar foods to try, fruits, sugar, orange juice, yeast, food "mash"
Person (older man) in a wheelchair, gardening
Verbena Verbena speciosa cv Imagination
Scene at the Butterfly Garden inshown also, butterfly shaped bench
Inhibition under Walnut Trees, shown also Stinging Nettles

PLANT DISEASES
Southern Wilt, on tomato plants
Cedar/Cypress Beetle gallery in Phloeosinus jentatus
Bark Beetle Gallery on American Elm
Bark Inclusion Two limbs in "V" formation. As tree grows "V" mov
Wilted plant result of herbicide
Tomato spotted wilt virus spread by thrips, tiny orange insects, also affec
Leaf Miners Trail
Yellowing leaves on houseplants (one is Philodendron)
Fasciated Plant Amaranthus plant shown with a little blond girl
Peony Bud Blast
Peony Bud Blast also shown next to healthy bud
Obedient plants wilting
Corn Smut fungus Ustilago maydis
Raspberry, water deprivation
Blackberry leaf rust fungus/ Orafungus disease, caused by Gymnshoots infected produce witch's broom type of gro
Raspberry cane borer
Corn with European corn borers Fungus disease, caused by Gymnoconia peckiana / Phragmidium violaceum
Cucumber drought, wilted
Cucumber same image, one hour after rain
Bromeliad Damage from Evil WeeviMetamasius callizona is a weevil of Mexican origin
Tomato first aid, how to repair broken stem with a soda straw
Plant with stem growing from it
Virus on Raspberry
Leek grown in shade, insufficient light
Red Hot Poker, planted too late
Liatris, planted too late
Turtlehead, with powdery mildew Chelone glabra
plant leaf showing drought
Species Iris with yellow tip
Fig - over watering
Mistflower, planted too late Eupatorium coelestinum
Coral Bell, planted too late Heuchera sanguinea

GARDEN PESTS
Soft Wax Scale, females Ceroplastes ceriferus
Green June Beetle larva (grub) Cotinis nitida
Lined June Beetle, adult, in apPolyphylla occidentalis, male
Pickleworm Moth, adult Diaphania nitidalis
Tobacco Hornworm Manduca sexta pest on tomato and tobacco plants
Cabbage Butterfly, freshly emergPieris (Artogeia) rapae
Corn Earworm Moth/scarce bordereHeliothis armigera adult
Corn damage from Corn Borer
Fig Eater Beetles eating figs adult
Case Making, Fur, Clothes Moth Tinea pellionella
Bronze cutworm Nephelodes emmedonia larva, in snow
Squash Vine Borer damage on zuccMelitta cucurbitae adult
Squash Vine Borer on cucumber Melitta cucurbitae larva
Peach Tree Borer Moth Synanthedon exitiosa adult, male
Peach Tree Borer damage shows damage to tree
Water Lily with Goldfish damage
Caterpillar damage on a plant
Bent-line Dart Moth Choephora fungorum adult, Geometrid
Gypsy Moth Lymantria dispar adult, male & female
Mole damage evidence (holes) in yard
Caterpillar Hunter, Killing Hornworm Moth
Praying Mantis
Parasitized Moth Larva
Parasites on Saddleback Moth
Log in Spring
split log, rotting
Canna with Brazilian Skipper damage
Pocket Gopher lawn damage, shownGeomys pinetis
Slug Damage on Hosta

SOUTH AMERICAN PLANTS
Cactus, with pink flowers Sierra Madre, S. Mexico
Cactus, with pink flowers close-up shot
High desert vegetation Sierra Madre, S. Mexico
Bromeliad Aechmea tillandsioides Cloud Forest, Mera
Bromeliad Guzmania melinonis Cloud Forest, Mera
Bromeliad Guzmania conifera Cloud Forest, Mera
Bromeliad Lago, Agrio
Bromeliad Chagual Central Chile
Bromeliad community Cloud Forest, Mera
Bromeliad Fascicularis bicolor S. Chile
Bromeliad Familia del Chagal Grows on Rocks, Chagal, S. Chile
Orchid, White Chlorea araucania Chile
Orchid, Pink Calopogon pallidus Surinam
Orchid Chlorea grandiflora S. Chile
Orchid, young Chlorea aroceria S. Chile
Orchid Pleurothallis truncata Cloud Forest, Ecuador
Orchid Arachnites uniflora S. Chile
Orchid Odontoglossum Cloud Forest, Ecuador
Orchid Oncidium phalaenopsis Cloud Forest, Ecuador
Orchid Cochilioda vulcanica Cloud Forest, Ecuador
Orchid Azarca sinuata S. Chile
Orchid Odontoglossumi halii Cloud Forest, Ecuador
Orchid Oncidium cucullatum
Orchid Chlorea alpinus
Orchid Codonorchis poepigii
Orchid, close-up of pink flowers Surinam
Orchid Pleurothallis truncata Mera Cloud Forest, higrophyte
Orchid, with Katydid Pleurothallis truncata
Orchid, family Ericaceae Thibaudia floribunda
Orchid, Large Terrestrial
Orchid Schasphosepalum sp
Orchid Lycaste gigantea
Orchid Telipogon sp
Heliconid Aechmea tillandsoides
Heliconid Heliconia stricta
Heliconid Heliconia orthotricha
Heliconid Heliconia velutina
Heliconid Heliconia longa
Heliconid Heliconia rostrata musaceae
Heliconid Heliconia smaragdina
Heliconid Heliconia caribaea x bihai 'RiFairchild Garden
Heliconid Giant Lobster Claw Heliconia caribaea x prob. H. Fairchild Garden
Heliconid Heliconia pendula 'Red Twist' Fairchild Garden
Heliconid Heliconia x pabstii 'Dimitri SFairchild Garden
Heliconid Heliconia sp. Guayana Fairchild Garden
Heliconid Heliconia stricta 'Iris BannocFairchild Garden

Giant Bird of Paradise Strelitzia nicalai S. Africa
Orange flower Cochiloda vulcaniea sp Cloud Forest, Mera
Yellow flowers Oncidium macrantum Cloud Forest, Mera
Orchid Tree Surinam, actually a lily
Small yellow flowers, big leaves Mera Pastaza
Pink flowers, Oxhalas
Tipo valdiviano (orange flowers)Flora tipia del bosque
Alstrineruaceae fam. Bormera glaucescens Ecuador
Native Begonia Cloud Forest, Mera
Lentibulariaceae fam Utricularia endressii Epiphyte bladderwort on tree trunk, close-up
Lentibulariaceae fam Utricularia endressii with Selagineflas mosses on tree trunk
Fam. Ericaceae, red waxy flowersPsammisia sodiroi Cloud Forest, Mera
Fam. Ericaceae, red waxy flowersPsammisia cf ulbrichiana Cloud Forest, Mera
Fam. Ericaceae, red waxy flowersCavendishia tarapotana Cloud Forest, Mera
Fam. Rubiaeae, yellow waxy flowePalicourea sp Cloud Forest, Mera
Lobelia, red flowers, yellow tip Cloud Forest, Mera
Morning Glory (Red), VINE Ipomea coccinea Cloud Forest, Mera
Cactuses, with flower Sierra Madre, N. Mexico
Agave Sierra Madre desert, N. Mexico
Amaryllis Stenomesson aurantiacum?? S. Chile
Laranthaceae fam., red flowers Tristerix longebactreatus S. Chile, semi parasitic
Lauraceae fam., white flowers Drimys winteri canollo S. Chile
Liliaceae (pink) Hipeastrum S. Chile
Liliaceae fam. Lastaria rosea S. Chile
Liliaceae fam., albino Lastaria rosea S. Chile
Tree-Orange flowers Embothrium coccineum (coccineaS. Chile
small yellow flowers Calceolaria picta S. Chile
Fuschia Fuschia magallanicus Chile, Conguillio
red flower Hippeastum sp. Chile
Lily, Red Azarca lutea Chile
Murtilla Empetrum rubrum Chile
Dark orange flower Mutissia de currens Chile
Bromeliads and orchid on tree trunk Chile, Mera Cloud Forest
red flowers, Tropaeolacae Tropaeolum citatum Chile
Lichen on Beech nothofagus Chile
Beech, S. Chile Nothofagus antartica
Beech, S. Chile Nothofagus alpinus
Beech, S. Chile, Linga Nothofagus pumilio
Beech Forest, S. Chile Nothofagus var. specs.
Beech, mature, fell after storm Nothofagus
Beech, in the fall, S. Chile Nothofagus
Beech, huge virgin timber, S. ChNothofagus dombei
Beech, Chilean - red flowers Nothofagus dombei Chile
Beech, Evergreen Beechtree Nothofagus dombei
Beech, Evergreen Beechtree, showNothofagus dombei
Gesneriaceae Sarmienta repens Chile
Gesneriaceae, red flowers Astheranthera ovata S. Chile
Gesneriaceae, red flowers Ourissia S. Chile
Proteacea, red tube-like flowersPhrygillantum mutabilis S. Chile
Red flowers Mitraria coccinea S. Chile
Calceolaria (yellow flowers) Calceolaria escrofulariaceas Chile
Calceolaria (yellow flowers) Calceolaria hyssopifolia Chile
Violacea (yellow flowers) Viola Chile
Yellow flowers Leuceria sp. Chile
Yellow flowers, compositae Bacharis alta Chile
Mimulus, 2 colors, Anemone Mimulus spcs Chile
Mimulus Mimulus lutens Chile
Fam. Compositae, yellow flowers Baccari Chile, Sierra Nevada
Fam. Violacea Viola cotyledon Chile, Sierra Nevada, unusual clusters!!
Fern Helecho Chile
Plants (low to ground) Lycopodium magellanicus Chile
Plants - appear to be in a bog Donatia fascicularis Chile
Plant, Orange flowers (lily-likeChloraea nudilabia Chile
Plant, Orange flowers Alstromeria aurentia Chile
Plant, Reddish -Orange flowers, Ranunculus guzmani Chile
Yellow flowers, Compositae Chinchamalis Chile
Orange flower Mutissia decurrens Chile
Orange flowers, Loasacae Cojophora silvestris (ortiga cChile
Pink flowers, Alstomeriaceae famAlstromeria Chile
red flowers Alstromeria sp. Chile
red lily-like flowers, (color noAlstromeria litgu Chile
Alstromeriaeae fam., normal and Alstromeria litgu Chile
Alstromeriaceae fam. Bomarae salsilla Chile
Purple flowers, Chicory, S. ChilCichorium intybus Chile
Purple flowers growing wild, Conguillio Chile
Lobelia, reddish, spiky flowers Chile
Cactus, N. Chile desert Cactacea gen. Trichocereus Chile
Barrel Cactus with Great Horned Owl Nest, N.Chile Chile
Vines Cloud Forest, Mera
Periwinkle
Reddish Hermit Phaethornis rube
Looks like periwinkle, small whiCatharanthus roseus medical
Vine Lily Trinidad
Barbasco Banisteriopsis inebrians used by natives to put fish to sleep, Cloud Fores
Leaves only Melostomataceae Cloud Forest, Mera
Leaves only Selaginella cryptograma Cloud Forest, Mera
Leaves only, Xantrosoma Xantrosoma faraceae sagittifolCloud Forest, Mera
Hepatica Cloud Forest, Mera
Melostomataceae Cloud Forest, Mera
Mangrove Leaf San Lorenzo, Esmeralda Ecuador
Philodendron Philodendron fam. Araceae Cloud Forest, Mera
Philodendron leaves with seedlings growing on it
Philodendron shows leaves before opening
Philodendron sp. Cloud Forest, Mera
Philodendron in wild Cloud Forest, Mera
Philodendron Philodendron cv. evansii flower Fairchild Gardens
Red flowers, some "fuzzy" Columneae minor, fam. GesneriaAmazon Cloud Forest
Fam. Gesneriaceae Drymonia coccinea very unusual looking!!
Fam. Gesneriaceae Kohleria amabilis
Fam. Gesneriaceae Cupreata
Jacana Leticia, Columbia
Passion flower Passiflora vitifolia Amazon Cloud Forest
Passion flower Passiflora vitifolia fruiting body
Morning Glory Family, red flowerIpomeae Cloud Forest, Mera
Orange flowers, Legume Tree, PapLeguminosa Cloud Forest, Mera
Lobeliaceae, orange flowers Centropogon solanifolium Cloud Forest, Mera
Lobeliaceae fam., Small Red flowCentropogon solanifolias (or fCloud Forest, Mera
Long red (spiky) flowers with yellow Amazon Region, Coca, Ecuador
Orange flowers, Liliaceae cordyline sp. Cloud Forest, Mera
Fam. Bixaceae Achiote bixa orellouna Ecuador & Amazon, produces red dye for hair
Tree, Sangre de Drago MEDICINAL
Tree, Sangre de Drago trunk showing cut where bark has been extracted t
Family Lecythidae Grias sp. very unusual looking!!
Tropical Forest Ecuador
Tropical Semi-dry Forest Ecuador
Family Melostomatacae Fitonia sp. Modified leaves, flowers inside, Ecuador, Head Wa
Yellow hanging flowers, family RPalicourea sp. Mera Pastaza
Anthurium, Epiphyte Anthurium nyphaeifolium album Mera Pastaza, Cloud Forest Epiphyte
Birdsnest Anthurium Anthurium sp. Hookeri-type Flamingo Gardens
Red flowers hanging down - AlstrBomera pardina Cloud Forest, Mera
Red flowers with yellow edges - Bomera caldasil spec. solaris
Pond of Water running through - Lutra provocax
Plant, fam. Sterculiaceae Herrania mariae Ecuador
Plant, fam. Mimosaeae Bella caulifloria Cloud Forest, Mera
Plant, Comesebo grande Pygarrhichas albo Gularis

TREES, SOUTH AMERICA
What's left of coastal forest, S. Chile
Cut mature timber, coastal forest, Ecuador
Temuco, S. Chile, Evergreen Valley Forest
Appears to be an evergreen Enicognathus leptorynchus
S. Chile Monkey Tree Aroucaria
S. Chile Monkey Tree, in decompoAroucaria
Fig Tree Ficus Ecuador
Fig Tree, also shown with vines Ficus good "habitat" shot
Strangler Fig Ficus Ecuador

PLANTS more
Alpine Penstemon, Sierra Nevada, CA
Alpine Willow, Royce Lake, Eastern Sierra Nevada CA
Barrel Cactus, Catavina, Baja, Mexico
Beach Bur, Morro Bay, CA
Beach Primrose, Morro Bay CA
Beaver Tail Cactus, Loretto, Baja, Mexico
Bird-of-Paradise, Hilo, Hawaii
Black Sage, Morro Bay CA
Buckbrush, San Pedro Martir, Baja
California Beach Aster, Morro Bay CA
California Lilac, Morro Bay CA
California Poppy, Morro Bay CA
Cat-tail, Morro Bay, CA
Cholla Cactus, Catavina, Baja
Cirio, Cativina, Magdalena, Baja Mexico
Clustered Phlox, Eastern Sierra Nevada
Coast Live Oak W Tassels, Ft. Ord, CA
Corville’s Colombine, Sierra Nevada CA
Crimson Columbine, French Canyon CA
Croton, Morro Bay CA
Desert Agave, Cativina, Baja, CA
Desert Dandelion, Shell Creek, SLO, CA
Dodder on Elephant Tree, Catavina, Baja
Dune Coreopsis, Morro Bay CA
Dwarf Golden Heliconia, Hilo, Hawaii
Elephant Tree, I. Magdalena, Catavina, Other Baja Locales
Ericaceae, Manzanita Fort Ord, CA
Evening Desert Primrose, Shell Creek,CA
Five Finger Fern, Fern Canyon, Redwoods NP CA
Great Red Paintbrush, French Canyon, Sierra
Hooker’s Evening Primrose, Morro Bay
Hydrophyllaceae, Yerba Santa, Fort Ord
Indian Paintbrush, Morro Bay CA
Inland Blue Larkspur, Shell Creek, SLO, CA
Ironwood near San Felipe, Baja, Mexico
Jeffrey’s Shooting Star, Sierra Nevada CA
Johnny Jump-up, Ft. Ord, CA
King Protea, Haleakala, Maui
Kukaenene
Pitcher Sage, Fort Ord, CA
Lemmon’s Paintbrush, Sierra Nevada CA
Lichen on Red Mangrove, I. Magdalena, Baja
Star Lily, Fort Ord, CA Liliaceae
Large Flowered Star Tulip, Ft.OrLiliaceae
Little Elephant Heads, Sierra Nevada CA
Lobster Claw, Hilo, Hawaii
Manzanita Fort Ord, CA (rare, sensitive)
Mariposa Lily, French Canyon, CA
Menzies’ Wallflower, Asilomar Dunes CA
Mountain Daisy, Sierra Nevada, CA
Mountain Heather, Sierra Nevada, CA
Mountain Lupine, French Canyon, Sierra
Mountain Pride Penstemon, Sierra Nevada
Ohelo ericaceae
Oso Berry on Fields Ranch, CA
Oval Leafed Buckwheat, Sierra Nevada
Owl’s Clover, Shell Creek, SLO Co., CA
Philippines Flower in garden, Hilo, Hawaii
Pineapple, Maui, Hawaii
Pink Mink Protea, Haleakala, Maui
Poodle-dog Bush, La Panza, SLO Co.
Pussy Paw, Eastern Sierra Nevada, CA
Queen Protea, Haleakala, Maui
Rattleweed, Shell Creek, SLO, CA
Red Torch Ginger, Hilo, Hawaii
Rush, Morro Bay, CA
Sand Verbena, Morro Bay CA
Sedge, Morro Bay, CA
Shaggy Bark Manzanita, Ft. Ord, CA
Sierra Gentian, Sierra Nevada, California
Spores on Underside of Fern, Fern Canyon, Redwoods NP CA
Sulfur Flower Buckwheat, Sierra Nevada
Sunburst Protea, Haleakala, Maui
Swamp Onion, Eastern Sierra Nevada California
Vernal Pool with Goldfields Ring
Western Wallflower, Sierra Nevada, CA
Whorled Penstemon, Sierra Nevada, CA
Wild Fig, Agua Caliente, Baja Mexico

MUSHROOMS more
Artist’s Conk, Prairie Creek, CAGanoderma applanatum
Banana Slug Eating Mushroom, PraSuillus spp.
Chanterelle, Prairie Creek, CA,Cantharellus cibarius
Clustered Wood Lover, Los Osos ONaematoloma fasciculare
Hedgehog Mushroom, Prairie CreekDentinum repandum
Honey Mushroom, Los Osos Oaks, CArmillariella mellea
Jack o’Lantern, Los Osos Oaks, COmphalotus olivascens
King Bolete, Prairie Creek, CA Boletus edulis
Mycena mushroom growing on a moss, Los Osos, CA
Orange Peel Fungus, Prairie CreeAleuria aurantia
Oyster Mushroom, A&M Mushrooms Pleurotus ostreatus
Peppery Bolete, Prairie Creek, CBoletus piperatus
Pink Oyster Mushroom/with Stick Pleurotus djamor
Polypore Mushrooms on Tree, Amazon Basin near Nauta, Peru
Purple Russula, Prairie Creek, CRussula spp.
Shaggy Mane, Prairie Creek, CA Coprinus comatis
Slime Mold Fruiting Bodies on Wood, Prairie Creek, CA
Spotted Amanita, Prairie Creek, Amanita aspera
The Prince, Prairie Creek, CA Agaricus augustus
Turkey Tail Fungus, Prairie CreeTrametes versicolor
Western Grisette, Prairie Creek,Amanita pachycolea
White Coral Fungus, Prairie CreeRamariopsis kunzei

FLOWERS, VARIOUS
Alpine Penstemon, Sierra Nevada,Penstemon davidsonii
Alpine Willow, Royce Lake, Eastern Sierra Nevada CA
Barrel Cactus, Catavina, Baja, MFerocactus acanthodes
Beach Bur, Morro Bay, CA Ambrosia chamissonis
Beach Primrose, Morro Bay CA Oenothera cheiranthifolia
Beaver Tail Cactus, Loretto, BajOpuntia spp.
Bird-of-Paradise, Hilo, Hawaii Strelitzia reginae
Black Sage, Morro Bay CA Salvia mellifera
Blue and White Lupine, Shell CreLupinus bicolor
Buckbrush, San Pedro Martir, BajCeanothus greggii
California Beach Aster, Morro BaCorethrogyne californica
California Lilac, Morro Bay CA Ceanothus spp.
California Poppy, Morro Bay CA Eschscholzia californica maritima
Cat-tail, Morro Bay, CA Typha latifolia
Cholla Cactus, Catavina, Baja Opuntia cholla
Cirio, Cativina, Magdalena, BajaIdria columnaris
Clustered Phlox, Eastern Sierra Phlox pulvinata
Cordon, Cativina, Beach nr. San Pachycereus pringlei
Corville’s Colombine, Sierra NevAquilegia pubescens
Crimson Columbine, French CanyonAquilegia formosa
Croton, Morro Bay CA Croton californicus
Desert Agave, Cativina, Baja Agave deserti
Desert Dandelion, Shell Creek, SMalacothrix californica
Dodder on Elephant Tree, CatavinCuscuta veatchii
Dune Coreopsis, Morro Bay CA Coreopsis maritima
Dwarf Golden Heliconia, Hilo, HaHeliconia aurantiaca
Elephant Tree, I. Magdalena, CatPachycormus discolor
Ericaceae, Manzanita Fort Ord, CArctostaphylos spp.
Evening Desert Primrose, Shell COenothera deltoides
Five Finger Fern, Fern Canyon, Redwoods NP CA
Golden Beehive Ginger, Hilo, HawZingiber spectabile
Goldfields, Figueroa Mt. WildfloLasthenia chrysostoma
Great Red Paintbrush, French CanCastilleja miniata
Hanging Lobster Claw, Hilo, HawaHeliconia rostrata
Hooker’s Evening Primrose, MorroOenothera elata pacifica
Hydrophyllaceae, Yerba Santa, FoEriodictyon californicum
Indian Paintbrush, Morro Bay CA Castilleja foliolosa
Indian Paintbrush, Morro Bay CA Castilleja latifolia
Inland Blue Larkspur, Shell CreeDelphinium patens
Ironwood near San Felipe, Baja, Olneya tesota
Jeffrey’s Shooting Star, Sierra Dodecatheon jeffreyi
Johnny Jump-up, Ft. Ord, CA Viola pedunculata
King Protea, Haleakala, Maui Protea cynaroides
Kukaenene Coprosma emodeoides
Lamiaceae, Pitcher Sage, Fort OrLepichinia calycina
Lemmon’s Paintbrush, Sierra NevaCastilleja lemmonii
Lichen on Red Mangrove, I. MagdaNiebla spp.
Liliaceae, Star Lily, Fort Ord, Zigadenus fremontii
Liliaceae, Ft.Ord, CA Large FlowCalichortus uniflorus
Little Elephant Heads, Sierra NePedicularis attollens
Lobster Claw, Hilo, Hawaii Heliconia bihai
Manzanita Fort Ord, CA (rare, seArctostaphylos hookeri?.
Mariposa Lily, French Canyon, CACalochortus invenustus
Menzies’ Wallflower, Asilomar DuErisymum m. menziesii
Mountain Daisy, Sierra Nevada, CErigeron peregrinas
Mountain Heather, Sierra Nevada,Phyllodoce breweri
Mountain Lupine, French Canyon, Lupinus spp.
Mountain Pride Penstemon, SierraPenstemon newberryi
Ohelo ericaceae Vaccinium reticulatum
Onagraceae, Sun Cups, Ft. Ord, CCamissonia ovata
Oso Berry on Fields Ranch, CA Oemleria cerasiformis
Oval Leafed Buckwheat, Sierra NeEriogonum ovalifolium
Owl’s Clover, Shell Creek, SLO COrthocarpus purpurascens
Philippines Flower in garden, HiMedinelna magniffica
Pineapple, Maui, Hawaii Ananas comosus
Pink Mink Protea, Haleakala, MauProtea neriifolia
Poodle-dog Bush, La Panza, SLO CTurricula parryi (little tower)
Pussy Paw, Eastern Sierra NevadaCalyptridium umbellatum
Queen Protea, Haleakala, Maui Protea magnifica
Rattleweed, Shell Creek, SLO, CAAstragalus spp.
Red Torch Ginger, Hilo, Hawaii Etlingera elatior
Rush, Morro Bay, CA Juncus acutus
Sand Verbena, Morro Bay CA Abronia umbellata
Sedge, Morro Bay, CA Carex spp.
Sierra Gentian, Sierra Nevada, CGentianopsis holopetala
Spores on Underside of Fern, Fern Canyon, Redwoods NP CA
Sulfur Flower Buckwheat, SierraEriogonum umbellatum
Sunburst Protea, Haleakala, MauiLeucospermum cordifolium
Swamp Onion, Eastern Sierra NevaAllium validum,
VERNAL POOL with Goldfields RingLasthenia chrysostoma
Western Wallflower, Sierra NevadErysimum capitatum
Whorled Penstemon, Sierra NevadaPenstemon oreocharis
Wild Fig, Agua Caliente, Baja MeFicus palmeri
Wild Lilac, San Pedro Martir, BaCeanothus spp.
Yarrow, Morro Bay, CA Achillea millifolium