771 illustrations of flowers and shrubs including: calla lily, camphor, candlewood, capsicum, carnation, cashew, castor-oil plant, catchfly, catkin, catnip, celandine, chamomile, checkerberry, chickweed, chicory, cinnamon, cinquefoil, cloudberry, clove, clover, cocoa, coffee, colocasia, comfrey, coreopsis, coriander, cornflower, cotton, cowbane, cowslip, crassula, creeper, crocus, and crowfoot.
Flowers in terminal clusters.
Pictured from the cyperaceae orders are (1) scirpus, (1a) a portion of inflorescence, (1b) flower, (2)…
Cyperorchis elegans is an orchid native to the Himalayas. The flowers are yellow and one and a half…
Flowers inconspicuous and hidden by overlapping scales.
Cyperus. 1, spikelet; 2, flower.
Cypress spurge is the common name of euphorbia cyparissias. It has many short, plume like branches.…
The flower of the Cypress-vine.
The Lady's Slipper is the common name of cypripedium calceolus. The flower has two fertile stamens.
Lady's slipper orchid (Cypripedium calceolus) are characterized by slipper-shaped pouches on the flower.…
Cypripedium californicum plants are either slender or stout. The flowers are small with six to twelve…
The flowers of cypripedium pubescens bloom in May and June. The leaves are oval. The petals are usually…
Cypripedium spectabile is a stout plant. The flowers bloom in June. It is found from Maine, New England,…
Cypripedium spectabile is an orchid. It is also a variety of the lady's slipper.
Simply known as the golden apple, a tropical shrub bearing edible fruits.
"Cytinus Hypocistis. 1. A flower; 2. a head of anthers; 3. a transverse section of the ovary." -Lindley,…
Cytisus canariensis is a much branched shrub that grows six feet tall. The flowers are fragrant and…
Cytisus purpurens. 1, flower.
The cytisus racemosus shrub grows six feet tall. The branches are covered in fine hairs. It is probably…
Typical form of Corolla. 9, Tubular (daisy, disc floret).
Typical form of Corolla. 12, Ligulate (daisy, ray floret).
Composite, or compound flowers, form the largest of all botanical orders. 2, floret.
Compound flower anatomy. 12, floret.
Compound flower anatomy. 7, flower, palate removed.
Compound flower anatomy. 6, flower.
Typical Forms of Corolla. 3, Unguiculate notched petal (pink).
Typical form of Corolla. 5, Epigynous (fool's parsley).
Forms of cyme. 6, Forget-me-not (scorpioid).
A form of a type of flower.
A form of a type of flower.
Clematis vitalba. 1, fruit; 2, schenium.
Composite, or compound flowers, form the largest of all botanical orders. 3, receptacle with fruit adhering.
Compound flower anatomy. 9, fruit.
Typical Form of Corolla. 7, Campanulate corolla (hareball).
Typical forms of corolla. 10, Urceolate (heath).
Compound flower anatomy. 13, neuter floret.
Typical forms of Corolla. 18, Papillionaceou (pea).
Typical forms of Corolla. 6, Perigynous (peach).
Typical form of Corolla. 4, Hypogynous petals (buttercup).
This is a Buttercup petal, with glands.
Typical form of Corolla. 16, Caryophyllaceous (pink).
Cotton plant in the budding stage.
Typical forms of Corolla. 14, Salver-shaped (primrose).
Forms of cyme. 4, Privet (panicled).
Red clover (Trifolium pratense).
Typical forms of Corolla. 17, Rosaceous (rose).
Composite, or compound flower, from one of the largest botanical orders. 4, single fruit.
Compound flower anatomy. 10, stamens.
Forms of cyme. 3, stonecrop (spicate).
"Latifolia, perennial: whole plant viscid-pubescent, prostrate: lvs. thick, ovate, orbicular or reniform,…
Typical form of Corolla. 15, Spurred (violet, lower petal).
White clover (Trifolium repens).