758 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.

The common name of campsis radicans is trumpet vine. It is also known as trumpet creeper and trumpet honeysuckle. It is a high climbing shrub. The flowers are usually orange with scarlet.

Campsis Radicans

The common name of campsis radicans is trumpet vine. It is also known as trumpet creeper and trumpet…

Illustrated is campsis radicans climbing by means of aerial roots. The common names are trumpet vine, trumpet creeper, and trumpet honeysuckle.

Campsis Radicans

Illustrated is campsis radicans climbing by means of aerial roots. The common names are trumpet vine,…

Bears rich yellow flowers, native to north america.

Solidago Canadensis

Bears rich yellow flowers, native to north america.

A subtropical plant belonging to the Verbena, bearing colored flowers.

Verbena Canadensis

A subtropical plant belonging to the Verbena, bearing colored flowers.

Canbia candida flowers are a glossy white with six petals. The flowers grow alone on slim stems. The plant grows about one inch high.

Canbia Candida

Canbia candida flowers are a glossy white with six petals. The flowers grow alone on slim stems. The…

Flowering plant native to the Northern Hemisphere.

Vitis Candicans

Flowering plant native to the Northern Hemisphere.

This wildflowers is commonly seen near Wyoming, or southern parts of Mexico. Flowers usually bear five petals.

Sidalcea Candida

This wildflowers is commonly seen near Wyoming, or southern parts of Mexico. Flowers usually bear five…

Fairy Lily, native to South America.

Zephyranthes Candida

Fairy Lily, native to South America.

One of over seventy species in the Amaryllis family.

Zephyranthes Candida

One of over seventy species in the Amaryllis family.

The candlewood consists of about a dozen stalks about an inch in diameter, nearly straight, and about 5 feet tall. The stalks are gray in color and armed with abundant spines.

Candlewood (fouquiera splendens).

The candlewood consists of about a dozen stalks about an inch in diameter, nearly straight, and about…

Flowers of candollea cuneiformis are yellow. The flowers bloom in July. This shrub is native to Australia.

Flowers and Buds of Candollea Cuneiformis

Flowers of candollea cuneiformis are yellow. The flowers bloom in July. This shrub is native to Australia.

Canistrum aurantiacum flowers are orange-yellow. The flowers grow in a cup shaped with orange-red bracts. This flower bloom June to September.

Canistrum Aurantiacum

Canistrum aurantiacum flowers are orange-yellow. The flowers grow in a cup shaped with orange-red bracts.…

Leaves large, mostly over 6 cm wide; flowers yellow, very large.

Canna

Leaves large, mostly over 6 cm wide; flowers yellow, very large.

The parts of the canna flower are labeled. Sepals (s), petals (ccc), style (e), staminodia (aaab), flower lip (b), anther (f).

Parts of the Canna Flower

The parts of the canna flower are labeled. Sepals (s), petals (ccc), style (e), staminodia (aaab), flower…

The common name of canna indica is Indian Reed. The plant grows between three and six feet tall. This plant is native to the West Indies.

Habit of Canna Indica

The common name of canna indica is Indian Reed. The plant grows between three and six feet tall. This…

The common name of canna indica is Indian Reed. The flowers are large with light yellow and red divisions. The leaves are also large and alternate along the stem.

Flowers and Leaves of Canna Indica

The common name of canna indica is Indian Reed. The flowers are large with light yellow and red divisions.…

"Parallel veining in Canna. Veins running from midrib to margin." -Bergen, 1896

Canna Leaf

"Parallel veining in Canna. Veins running from midrib to margin." -Bergen, 1896

Canna speciosa flowers are both yellow and red. The flowers have two petals. The lip of the flower is spotted.

Flowering Spike of Canna Speciosa

Canna speciosa flowers are both yellow and red. The flowers have two petals. The lip of the flower is…

The French or flowering canna is a modern variety. It is a dwarf form.

French Canna

The French or flowering canna is a modern variety. It is a dwarf form.

Italia cannas are also known as orchid flowered cannas. The flowers are soft and have flowing iris-like outlines.

Italia Canna

Italia cannas are also known as orchid flowered cannas. The flowers are soft and have flowing iris-like…

The modern flowering canna is a dwarf form. It differs from old tall, small flowering forms.

Modern Flowering Canna

The modern flowering canna is a dwarf form. It differs from old tall, small flowering forms.

Old time canna plants were tall and long jointed. The flowers were small and late.

Old Time Canna

Old time canna plants were tall and long jointed. The flowers were small and late.

Illustrated is the stool of canna showing how it may be divided. They can be directly planted in the ground.

Stool of Canna

Illustrated is the stool of canna showing how it may be divided. They can be directly planted in the…

The common name of cannabis is hemp. Cannabis sativa flowers are greenish in color and grow on long stalks. The plant can grow up to twenty feet tall. Hemp is cultivated for its fiber.

Head of Cannabis Sativa

The common name of cannabis is hemp. Cannabis sativa flowers are greenish in color and grow on long…

"This is a genus worthy of cultivation in all collections, as its lively flowers are produced in great abundance and at all seasons; many species are now in our collections; and a rich light soil suits all of them best. They are propagated by divisions of the roots or by seeds, which they produce in abundance."—Heinrich, 1887

Cannas

"This is a genus worthy of cultivation in all collections, as its lively flowers are produced in great…

Illustrated is a flower of the cannon ball tree with a fallen petal. The flowers are about two inches long. They are yellow and red tinged on the exterior and crimson-lilac within.

Flower of Cannon Ball Tree

Illustrated is a flower of the cannon ball tree with a fallen petal. The flowers are about two inches…

A canterbury bell

Canterbury Bell

A canterbury bell

Cantua buxifolia flowers are funnel shaped and have a pale red color. The shrub grows to be four feet tall. This shrub is native to the Andes mountains in Peru.

Flowering Branch of Cantua Buxifolia

Cantua buxifolia flowers are funnel shaped and have a pale red color. The shrub grows to be four feet…

The Caoutchouc plant.

Caoutchouc

The Caoutchouc plant.

Cape Pond Weed, or Winter Hawthorn, with the scientific name aponogeton distachyon, has bright green leaves on long stalks. Cape Pond Weed floats in the water.

Flower-spikes, Leaf, and Root of Cape Pond Weed

Cape Pond Weed, or Winter Hawthorn, with the scientific name aponogeton distachyon, has bright green…

Streptocarpus rexii is known as the Cape Primrose and is not actually a primrose but in the Gesneriaceae family.

Cape Primrose

Streptocarpus rexii is known as the Cape Primrose and is not actually a primrose but in the Gesneriaceae…

A flowering plant belonging to the Vitis, this genus is predominant in the Northern Hemisphere.

Vitis Capensis

A flowering plant belonging to the Vitis, this genus is predominant in the Northern Hemisphere.

Capparis Spinosa, or Caper plant.

Caper plant

Capparis Spinosa, or Caper plant.

Euphorbia lathyris (Caper Spurge or Paper Spurge) is a species of spurge native to southern Europe (France, Italy, Greece, and possibly southern England), northwest Africa, and eastward through southwest Asia to western China. Other names occasionally used include Gopher Spurge, Gopher Plant or Mole Plant.It is an erect biennial (occasionally annual) plant growing up to 1.5 m tall, with a glaucous blue-green stem. The leaves are arranged in decussate opposite pairs, and are lanceolate, 5-15 cm long and 1-2.5 cm broad, glaucous blue-green with a waxy texture and pale greenish-white midrib and veins. The flowers are green to yellow-green, 4 mm diameter, with no petals. The seeds are green ripening brown or grey, produced in globular clusters 13-17 mm diameter of three seeds compressed together.

Caper Spurge

Euphorbia lathyris (Caper Spurge or Paper Spurge) is a species of spurge native to southern Europe (France,…

Illustrated is a young plant of caper spurge, seen endwise. Caper spurge is also known as mole plant. It grows two to three feet tall. It is native to the eastern United States.

Caper Spurge

Illustrated is a young plant of caper spurge, seen endwise. Caper spurge is also known as mole plant.…

The common name of capparis spinosa is the common caper. The flowers are white, tinged with red on the outside. The height of the plant is three feet tall.

Flower and Bud of Capparis Spinosa

The common name of capparis spinosa is the common caper. The flowers are white, tinged with red on the…

Capparis spinosa is a spiny shrub that grows three feet tall. It is often straggling and vine-like. The flowers are purple.

Capparis Spinosa

Capparis spinosa is a spiny shrub that grows three feet tall. It is often straggling and vine-like.…

Poisonous fruit, they can grow to be common houseplants. Many solanum's have become weeds.

Solanum Capsicastrum

Poisonous fruit, they can grow to be common houseplants. Many solanum's have become weeds.

"A genus of annual, subshrubby plants, order Solanaceae, with a wheel-shaped corolla, projecting and converging stamens, and a many-seeded berry. They are chiefly natives of the East and West Indies, China, Brazil, and Egypt, but have spread to various other tropical or subtropical countries, being cultivated for their fruit, which in some reaches the size of an orange, is fleshy and variously colored and contains a pungent principle, which is presented also and more largely in the seed." — Winston's Encyclopedia, 1919

Capsicum

"A genus of annual, subshrubby plants, order Solanaceae, with a wheel-shaped corolla, projecting and…

The capsicum plant, showing flower and fruit (pepper).

Capsicum

The capsicum plant, showing flower and fruit (pepper).

"Capsicum, a genus of annual, sub-shrubby plants, with a wheel-shaped corolla, projecting and converging stamens, and a many-seeded berry." -Vaughan, 1906

Capsicum

"Capsicum, a genus of annual, sub-shrubby plants, with a wheel-shaped corolla, projecting and converging…

The fasciculatum variety of capsicum annuum has the common name red cluster pepper. The leaves are clustered or crowded in bunches The fruit is clustered, erect, and slender.

Fasciculatum Variety of Capsicum Annuum

The fasciculatum variety of capsicum annuum has the common name red cluster pepper. The leaves are clustered…

Capsicum annuum grows as an annual in temperate climates. In warmer latitudes it is a biennial.

Form of Capsicum Annuum

Capsicum annuum grows as an annual in temperate climates. In warmer latitudes it is a biennial.

Capsicum frutescens is a shrubby perennial that grows three to six feet high. The branches are loosely spreading or trailing. The fruits are red and obtuse.

Capsicum Frutescens

Capsicum frutescens is a shrubby perennial that grows three to six feet high. The branches are loosely…

Ornamental plant bearing purple toned flowers.

Wigandia Caracasana

Ornamental plant bearing purple toned flowers.

Caragana frutex grows six to ten feet tall. The flowers are yellow and grow up to one inch long.

Caragana Frutex

Caragana frutex grows six to ten feet tall. The flowers are yellow and grow up to one inch long.

The caragana microphylla shrub grows four to six feet tall. Each stem has one or two yellow longs.

Caragana Microphylla

The caragana microphylla shrub grows four to six feet tall. Each stem has one or two yellow longs.

Compound Umbel of Caraway.

Caraway

Compound Umbel of Caraway.

An illustration of: A, Inflorescence and cauline leaves; B, Radical leaves and root. Cardamine (Car-dá-mi-ne, Bittercress or Bitter-cress), is a large genus in the family Brassicaceae. It contains more than 150 species of annuals and perennials. The genus grows worldwide in diverse habitats, except in the Antarctic. Genus Dentaria is a synonym for Cardamine.

Cardamine

An illustration of: A, Inflorescence and cauline leaves; B, Radical leaves and root. Cardamine (Car-dá-mi-ne,…

The common name of cardamine pratensis is cuckoo flower. The plant is slender and grows twelve to twenty inches tall. The flowers are a half inch long and are white or rose colored.

Cardamine Pratensis

The common name of cardamine pratensis is cuckoo flower. The plant is slender and grows twelve to twenty…

"Cardamom. a, cross section of fruit; b, fruit; c, flower; d, seeds." -Foster, 1921

Cardamom

"Cardamom. a, cross section of fruit; b, fruit; c, flower; d, seeds." -Foster, 1921

Cardinal flower is the common name of lobelia cardinalis. The flowers are scarlet. The flowers bloom in July and August. The plant grows between one and two feet tall.

Cardinal Flower

Cardinal flower is the common name of lobelia cardinalis. The flowers are scarlet. The flowers bloom…

Cardinal flower and Indian pink are the common names of lobelia cardinalis. The plant is native from New Brunswick to Saskatchewan and Florida. The flowers are cardinal red.

Cardinal Flower

Cardinal flower and Indian pink are the common names of lobelia cardinalis. The plant is native from…

Cardinal flower is the common name of lobelia cardinalis. The flowers are scarlet. The leaves are oblong and taper at each point.

Flowering Stem of Cardinal Flower

Cardinal flower is the common name of lobelia cardinalis. The flowers are scarlet. The leaves are oblong…

The common name of cardiospermum halicacabum is balloon vine but it is also know has heart seed and heart pea. The plant grows ten feet tall. The stem and branches are grooved.

Cardiospermum Halicacabum

The common name of cardiospermum halicacabum is balloon vine but it is also know has heart seed and…

The fruit of cardiospermum is an inflated seed vessel. It has a white heart shaped spot.

Fruit of Cardiospermum

The fruit of cardiospermum is an inflated seed vessel. It has a white heart shaped spot.

Illustrated is a spiny leaf of carduus arvensis or cirsium arvense. It is also known as Canada thistle.

Carduus Arvensis

Illustrated is a spiny leaf of carduus arvensis or cirsium arvense. It is also known as Canada thistle.

Achene enclosed in a sac.

Carex

Achene enclosed in a sac.

This illustration shows the creeping subterranean stem of Carex arenaria.

Carex arenaria

This illustration shows the creeping subterranean stem of Carex arenaria.

Species belonging to the Vriesea genus, commonly seen throughout Brazil.

Vriesia Carinata

Species belonging to the Vriesea genus, commonly seen throughout Brazil.