239 illustrations of flowers and shrubs including: featherbells, featherfoil, finger flower, fireweed, flax, fleabane, forget-me-not, foxglove, fuirena, and fumitory

The lady smock flower.

Cuckoo Flower

The lady smock flower.

Flowers of a bright primrose yellow color with a cylindrical crown larger then the funnel shaped tube.

Daffodil Flower

Flowers of a bright primrose yellow color with a cylindrical crown larger then the funnel shaped tube.

The flower of a daisy plant.

Daisy Flower

The flower of a daisy plant.

Having ten stamens.

Decandrous Flower

Having ten stamens.

A large white or yellow flower.

Dillenia Flower

A large white or yellow flower.

This is the flower cluster of the Mountain Laurel, Kalmia latifolia, (Keeler, 1915).

Mountain Laurel flower

This is the flower cluster of the Mountain Laurel, Kalmia latifolia, (Keeler, 1915).

A personate or masklike flower.

Personate Flower

A personate or masklike flower.

"The stamens are situated on the calyx, and they may be artificially removed or suppressed by nature, in which case we would have what is called a pistillate flower, which will produce fruit, if the pistils are fertilized from another flower." —Fuller, 1910

Pistillate flower

"The stamens are situated on the calyx, and they may be artificially removed or suppressed by nature,…

This gigantic flower, one of the marvels of the vegetable world, was discovered in the interior Sumatra by Sir. T Raffles and Dr. Arnold. The whole plant seems to consist of little else beyond the flower and root.

Raffle'sia Flower

This gigantic flower, one of the marvels of the vegetable world, was discovered in the interior Sumatra…

A salver-shaped flower.

Salver-Shaped Flower

A salver-shaped flower.

Flower of senecio vulgaris.

Senecio vulgaris flower

Flower of senecio vulgaris.

An illustration of a simple flower.

Simple Flower

An illustration of a simple flower.

A female sorrel flower spike.

Sorrel flower

A female sorrel flower spike.

This is the raceme of flowers of Sourwood, Oxydendrum arboreum, (Keeler, 1915).

Sourwood flower

This is the raceme of flowers of Sourwood, Oxydendrum arboreum, (Keeler, 1915).

"As the Strawberry belongs to the Rose family, its flowers should in their natural state contain both stamens and pistils." —Fuller, 1910

Strawberry flower

"As the Strawberry belongs to the Rose family, its flowers should in their natural state contain both…

Stylized flower image

Stylized Flower

Stylized flower image

Here is a flower of a funnel or funnel shape.

Stylized flower

Here is a flower of a funnel or funnel shape.

This is a Trillium, with its flower terminal, that is, from the summit of the stem.

Terminal Flower

This is a Trillium, with its flower terminal, that is, from the summit of the stem.

Bulbous plant belonging to the Iridaceae.

Tiger Flower

Bulbous plant belonging to the Iridaceae.

Section of a seed of the Iris, or Flower-de-Luce, enlarged, showing its small embryo in the albumen, near the bottom.

Flower-de-Luce

Section of a seed of the Iris, or Flower-de-Luce, enlarged, showing its small embryo in the albumen,…

Flowering flax is the common name of linum grandiflorum. It is native to North Africa. The plant grows one to two feet tall.

Flowering Flax

Flowering flax is the common name of linum grandiflorum. It is native to North Africa. The plant grows…

The flower of the Flowering Rush (Butomus umbellatus), the sole species in the Butomaceae family.

Flowering Rush

The flower of the Flowering Rush (Butomus umbellatus), the sole species in the Butomaceae family.

A European plant which grows in stagnant or nearly stagnant water. It has long, sword-shaped leaves, and bears an umbel of large reddish flowers at the end of its long stalk. This illustration shows 1) a cross-section of a flower, and 2) the fruit of the flowering rush.

Flowering Rush

A European plant which grows in stagnant or nearly stagnant water. It has long, sword-shaped leaves,…

Flowering spurge is the common name of euphorbia corollata. Illustrated is the cyathium, which is a cup shaped flower enclosing the pistillate flower.

Flowering Spurge

Flowering spurge is the common name of euphorbia corollata. Illustrated is the cyathium, which is a…

Flowers clusters conspicuous because of large, leaf like, pink sepals.

Flowers

Flowers clusters conspicuous because of large, leaf like, pink sepals.

Flowers white in stalked globose clusters; fruits aggregated in spherical.

Flowers

Flowers white in stalked globose clusters; fruits aggregated in spherical.

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Flowers and shrubbery

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Three vases with flowers

Flowers

Three vases with flowers

A group of daisy-like flowers.

Flowers

A group of daisy-like flowers.

An illustration of decorative flowers.

Flowers

An illustration of decorative flowers.

An illustration of decorative flowers.

Flowers

An illustration of decorative flowers.

"Fascicles.--When leaves or flowers grow more than two together they are said to be fasciculated, or in fascicles." -Newman, 1850

Fascicles

"Fascicles.--When leaves or flowers grow more than two together they are said to be fasciculated, or…

This sidewort is native to Southern America.

Tradescantia Fluminensis

This sidewort is native to Southern America.

A species of spiderworts, closely related to the pallida and zebrina.

Tradescantia Fluminensis

A species of spiderworts, closely related to the pallida and zebrina.

Fly honeysuckle is the common name of lonicera canadensis. The flowers are yellowish, sometimes slightly tinged red. The flowers bloom in April and May.

Fly Honeysuckle

Fly honeysuckle is the common name of lonicera canadensis. The flowers are yellowish, sometimes slightly…

Fly orchis is the common name of ophrys muscifera. The flowers have green sepals and dark red, linear petals. The flowers bloom in June.

Flower of Fly Orchis

Fly orchis is the common name of ophrys muscifera. The flowers have green sepals and dark red, linear…

The Fly-trap grows in swampy places, and has a flower that hinges in order to trap insects.

Venus fly-trap

The Fly-trap grows in swampy places, and has a flower that hinges in order to trap insects.

"Group of follicles and a single follicle of the Monkshood." -Bergen, 1896

Follicles

"Group of follicles and a single follicle of the Monkshood." -Bergen, 1896

Fontanesia fortunei flowers are pale yellow and grow in clusters at the end of each stem. The leaves are glossy green on top and a paler green on the bottom.

Flowering Branch of Fontanesia Fortunei

Fontanesia fortunei flowers are pale yellow and grow in clusters at the end of each stem. The leaves…

A young sprout of the Forget Me Not flower.

Forget Me Not

A young sprout of the Forget Me Not flower.

A forget-me-not flower

Forget-me-not

A forget-me-not flower

A forget-me-not fruit

Forget-me-not

A forget-me-not fruit

Of the Borage family (Boraginaceae), the forget-me-not (Myosotis scorpioides). Small images: top, spring forget-me-not; bottom, smaller forget-me-not.

Forget-Me-Not

Of the Borage family (Boraginaceae), the forget-me-not (Myosotis scorpioides). Small images: top, spring…

Forking ramification of Lilac.

Forking Lilac

Forking ramification of Lilac.

Forsythia suspensa is a deciduous shrub. The flowers are yellow and scattered on slender branches.

Flowering Branch of Forsythia Suspensa

Forsythia suspensa is a deciduous shrub. The flowers are yellow and scattered on slender branches.

Four o' clock and "Marvel of Peru" are the common names of <i>mirabilis jalapa</i>. The flowers grow in clusters amongst the leaves. The flowers are white and shades of red and yellow.

Four O' Clock

Four o' clock and "Marvel of Peru" are the common names of mirabilis jalapa. The flowers grow in clusters…

A plant bearing a tall raceme of large, drooping, bell shaped flowers.

Foxglove

A plant bearing a tall raceme of large, drooping, bell shaped flowers.

Digitalus purpurea is a flowering plant that is also known as the Common or Purple Foxglove.

Foxglove

Digitalus purpurea is a flowering plant that is also known as the Common or Purple Foxglove.

An illustration of: 1, Coralla cut open showing the four stamens; 2, Unripe fruit (lengthwise); 3, ripe capsule split open; and the foxglove plant. Digitalis is a genus of about 20 species of herbaceous perennials, shrubs, and biennials that are commonly called foxgloves. The genus was traditionally placed in the figwort family Scrophulariaceae, but upon review of phylogenetic research, it has now been placed in the much enlarged family Plantaginaceae. The genus is native to Europe, western and central Asia, and northwestern Africa. The scientific name means "finger-like" and refers to the ease with which a flower of Digitalis purpurea can be fitted over a human fingertip. The flowers are produced on a tall spike, are tubular, and vary in colour with species, from purple to pink, white, and yellow. The best-known species is the Common Foxglove, Digitalis purpurea. It is a biennial, often grown as an ornamental plant due to its showy flowers, that range in colour from purples through to whites, with variable marks and spotting. The first year of growth produces only the long, basal leaves. In the second year, the erect leafy stem 0.5-2.5 m tall develops.

Foxglove

An illustration of: 1, Coralla cut open showing the four stamens; 2, Unripe fruit (lengthwise); 3, ripe…

The ringent and spurred corolla of the foxglove or Linaria.

Foxglove Corolla

The ringent and spurred corolla of the foxglove or Linaria.

"Netted veining (pinnate) in leaf of foxglove." -Bergen, 1896

Foxglove Leaf

"Netted veining (pinnate) in leaf of foxglove." -Bergen, 1896

Of the Figwort family (Scrophulariaceae), the downy false foxglove (Gerardia flava).

Downy False Foxglove

Of the Figwort family (Scrophulariaceae), the downy false foxglove (Gerardia flava).

Of the Figwort family (Scrophulariaceae), the fern-leaved false foxglove (Gerardia pedicularia).

Fern-Leaved False Foxglove

Of the Figwort family (Scrophulariaceae), the fern-leaved false foxglove (Gerardia pedicularia).

A biennial herb native to Europe. Its leaves and flowers are poisonous to humans and some animals.

Purple Foxglove

A biennial herb native to Europe. Its leaves and flowers are poisonous to humans and some animals.

Also known as Plumeria. It is native of tropical America, and is made up of thickish branches and white, yellowish, or rose-purple flowers.

Frangipangi

Also known as Plumeria. It is native of tropical America, and is made up of thickish branches and white,…

The common name of frankenia is sea heath. Frankenia pulverulenta flowers are red. The petals are wavy.

Flowering Branch of Frankenia Pulverulenta

The common name of frankenia is sea heath. Frankenia pulverulenta flowers are red. The petals are wavy.