143 illustrations of flowers and shrubs including: icicle plant, indigo, ipecac, iris, isoetes, ivy, jack in the pulpit, jasmine, jewelweed, jimson weed, and kava

The stem of iris vulgare is one to two feet high with one or two flowers. The flowers are purple and erect.

Habit and Detached Flower of Iris Vulgare

The stem of iris vulgare is one to two feet high with one or two flowers. The flowers are purple and…

Of the iris family (Iridaceae), the blue flag or Iris versicolor.

Blue Flag

Of the iris family (Iridaceae), the blue flag or Iris versicolor.

Of the iris family (Iridaceae), blue-eyed grass or Sisyrinchium angustifolium.

Blue-Eyed Grass

Of the iris family (Iridaceae), blue-eyed grass or Sisyrinchium angustifolium.

Capsule of Iris, with loculicidal dehiscence; below, cut across.

Capsule of Iris

Capsule of Iris, with loculicidal dehiscence; below, cut across.

The capsule of iris bursts when ripe. When the capsule bursts it discharges its' contents.

Dehiscing Capsule of Iris

The capsule of iris bursts when ripe. When the capsule bursts it discharges its' contents.

Iris germanica or German Iris and the ripe capsule of an Iris.

German Iris

Iris germanica or German Iris and the ripe capsule of an Iris.

Of the iris family (Iridaceae): foreground, crested dwarf iris (Iris cristata); background, blackberry lily (Belamcanda Chinensis).

I. Cristata and B. Chinensis

Of the iris family (Iridaceae): foreground, crested dwarf iris (Iris cristata); background, blackberry…

Of the iris family (Iridaceae), stout blue-eyed grass or Sisyrinchium gramineum.

Stout Blue-Eyed Grass

Of the iris family (Iridaceae), stout blue-eyed grass or Sisyrinchium gramineum.

Of the Composite family (Compositae), the New York ironweed (Vernonia Noveboracensis).

New York Ironweed

Of the Composite family (Compositae), the New York ironweed (Vernonia Noveboracensis).

Plant of Isoetes

Isoetes

Plant of Isoetes

Base of a leaf and contained sporocarp filled with microspores cut across.

Isoetes

Base of a leaf and contained sporocarp filled with microspores cut across.

Base of a leaf and contained sporocarp filled with microspores cut lengthwise.

Isoetes

Base of a leaf and contained sporocarp filled with microspores cut lengthwise.

Section of a spore-case containing macrospores

Isoetes

Section of a spore-case containing macrospores

Stamen of Isopyrum, with innate anther.

Isopyrum

Stamen of Isopyrum, with innate anther.

The flowers of isopyrum thalictroides are small and white. The sepals are blunt. The height of the plant is between nine and fifteen inches.

Habit and Detached Leaflet of Isopyrum Thalictroides

The flowers of isopyrum thalictroides are small and white. The sepals are blunt. The height of the plant…

The common ivy is a wellknown native of Britian and most parts of Europe and some parts of America. It has long, creeping, branched stems, climbing on trees and walls to a great height, by means of rootlets which cling to rough surfaces.

Ivy

The common ivy is a wellknown native of Britian and most parts of Europe and some parts of America.…

"Aerial adventitious roots of the ivy." -Bergen, 1896

Ivy

"Aerial adventitious roots of the ivy." -Bergen, 1896

"1. Hedera Helix; 2. a flower of Dimorphanthus edulis; 3. perpendicular section of the ovary; 4. undivided ovary; 5. ripe fruit; 6. cross section of it; 7. section of seed of H. Helix." -Lindley, 1853

Ivy

"1. Hedera Helix; 2. a flower of Dimorphanthus edulis; 3. perpendicular section of the ovary; 4. undivided…

An illustration of an ivy plant with the fruit and flower.

Ivy

An illustration of an ivy plant with the fruit and flower.

A ground shrub which when brushed against by a human causes itching.

Poison Ivy

A ground shrub which when brushed against by a human causes itching.

Also known as Rhus radicans or rhus toxicodendron. The leaves of this plant produces urushiol, which causes an itching rash to anyone who touches it.

Poison Ivy

Also known as Rhus radicans or rhus toxicodendron. The leaves of this plant produces urushiol, which…

The flowers are a beautiful, deep blue. The flowers are two inches in diameter. The plant grows one and a half feet tall.

Habit, Raceme, and Detached Flower of Ixiolirion Tataricum Brachyantherum

The flowers are a beautiful, deep blue. The flowers are two inches in diameter. The plant grows one…

the "flower" of this plant is actually a modified leaf spathe.

Jack-in-the-Pulpit

the "flower" of this plant is actually a modified leaf spathe.

A North American flowering plant also called the Indian Turnip.

Jack-in-the-pulpit

A North American flowering plant also called the Indian Turnip.

A perennial plant that is usually blue and erect, with oval petals. It is commonly found in the temperate regions of Europe.

Jacob's Ladder

A perennial plant that is usually blue and erect, with oval petals. It is commonly found in the temperate…

This shrub features orange flowers, typical ornamental houseplants.

Streptosolen Jamesonii

This shrub features orange flowers, typical ornamental houseplants.

A species of fatsia, commonly seen thoughout southern Japan.

Fatsia Japonica

A species of fatsia, commonly seen thoughout southern Japan.

A roundheaded tree with dark green leaves, bearing rich white flowers.

Sophora Japonica

A roundheaded tree with dark green leaves, bearing rich white flowers.

This is a type of shrub, usually bearing bell shaped flowers.

Styrax Japonica

This is a type of shrub, usually bearing bell shaped flowers.

A large shrub usually bearing white flowers.

Syringa Japonica

A large shrub usually bearing white flowers.

A flower in the buckwheat family. A drooping flower with a white tube and green deltoid teeth.

Polygonum Japonicum

A flower in the buckwheat family. A drooping flower with a white tube and green deltoid teeth.

"Botanically Jasminum, a genus of shrubs or climbers constituting the principal part of the natural order Jasminaceae, and comprising about sixty species, of which forty or more occur in the gardens of Britain. The plants of the genus are mostly natives of the warmer regions of the Old World, but there are one or two South American species. The leaves are pinnate or ternate, articulted to the petiole. The flowers, usually white or yellow, are arranged in terminal or axillary panicles, and have a tubular 5 or 8-cleft calyx, and a cylindrical corolla-tube, with a spreading limb, two included stamens, and a two-celled ovary." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Jasmine

"Botanically Jasminum, a genus of shrubs or climbers constituting the principal part of the natural…

Asian flowering plant.

Jasmine

Asian flowering plant.

"Jasminum ligustrifolium. 1. a corolla cut open; 2. vertical section of the ovary; 3. section of a seed of Nytanthes." -Lindley, 1853

Jasmine

"Jasminum ligustrifolium. 1. a corolla cut open; 2. vertical section of the ovary; 3. section of a seed…

"Salver-shaped corolla of jasmine." -Bergen, 1896

Jasmine Flower

"Salver-shaped corolla of jasmine." -Bergen, 1896

The Yellow Jasmine (Gelsemium sempervirens) is a vine in the Gelsemiaceae family.

Yellow Jasmine

The Yellow Jasmine (Gelsemium sempervirens) is a vine in the Gelsemiaceae family.

A type of flowering plant, belonging to the milkweeds.

Trachelospermum Jasminoides

A type of flowering plant, belonging to the milkweeds.

The common name of jasminum is jasmine. The floridum variety has yellow flowers a half inch in diameter. It is a hardy, ornamental shrub.

Flowering Branchlet of Jasminum Floridum

The common name of jasminum is jasmine. The floridum variety has yellow flowers a half inch in diameter.…

Jasminum grandiflorum (chameli in Hindi) is a species of jasmine native to South Asia. In India, its leaves are widely used as an Ayurvedic herbal medicine and its flowers are used to adorn the coiffure of women. In Pakistan, it grows wild in the Salt Range and Rawalpindi District at 500-1500 m altitude. It is closely related to, and sometimes treated as merely a form of, Jasminum officinale. It is a scrambling deciduous shrub growing to 2–4 m tall. The leaves are opposite, 5–12 cm long, pinnate with 5–11 leaflets. The flowers are produced in open cymes, the individual flowers are white having corolla with a basal tube 13–25 mm long and five lobes 13–22 mm long. The flower's fragrance is unique and sweet. It is widely cultivated as an ornamental plant in warm temperate and subtropical regions.

Jasminum grandiflorum

Jasminum grandiflorum (chameli in Hindi) is a species of jasmine native to South Asia. In India, its…

The common name of jasminum is jasmine. The grandiflorum variety has white flowers that are reddish underneath. The flowers bloom June to October.

Flowering Spray of Jasminum Grandiflorum

The common name of jasminum is jasmine. The grandiflorum variety has white flowers that are reddish…

Jasmine is the common name of jasminum. The nudiflorum variety has yellow flowers. The flowers grow opposite each other, with one on each stem.

Flowering Branch of Jasminum Nudiflorum

Jasmine is the common name of jasminum. The nudiflorum variety has yellow flowers. The flowers grow…

Jasminum officinale affine differs from common white jessamine because it has larger flowers and a more copious inflorescence. This variety is probably of garden origin.

Inflorescence of Jasminum Officinale Affine

Jasminum officinale affine differs from common white jessamine because it has larger flowers and a more…

The common name of jasminum officinale is common white jessamine. The flowers are white and fragrant. The flowers bloom June to September.

Small Inflorescence of Jasminum Officinale

The common name of jasminum officinale is common white jessamine. The flowers are white and fragrant.…

A small cruciferous plant, growing in arid Arabia and Palestine. When full grown and ripe its leaves drop and it becomes rolled up like a ball in the dry season, but opens its branches and seed vessels when it comes in contact with moisture.

Illustration of Roots and Jericho Rose

A small cruciferous plant, growing in arid Arabia and Palestine. When full grown and ripe its leaves…

Of the jewel-weed family (Balsaminaceae), the Jewelweed or pale touch-me-not (Impatiens pallida).

Jewel-Weed

Of the jewel-weed family (Balsaminaceae), the Jewelweed or pale touch-me-not (Impatiens pallida).

The jimson weed (Datura stramonium) of the Nightshade family known as a hallucinogen.

Jimson Weed

The jimson weed (Datura stramonium) of the Nightshade family known as a hallucinogen.

Of the Composite family (Compositae), Joe-Pye-weed (Eupatorium purpureum)

Joe-Pye-Weed

Of the Composite family (Compositae), Joe-Pye-weed (Eupatorium purpureum)

Jonquil is the common name of <i>narcissus jonquilla</i>. It is native to southern Europe and Algeria. The flowers are fragrant and yellow.

Jonquil

Jonquil is the common name of narcissus jonquilla. It is native to southern Europe and Algeria. The…

A bulbous plant with a fragrant flower.

Jonquils

A bulbous plant with a fragrant flower.

Genus of spiny shrubs of the buckthorn family.

Zizyphus Jujuba

Genus of spiny shrubs of the buckthorn family.

A climbing jules margottin

Jules

A climbing jules margottin

Plants stuff; rooting along the stem; leaves stiff and often fascicles.

Juncus

Plants stuff; rooting along the stem; leaves stiff and often fascicles.

Flowers or fruits individually manifest; parts in threes.

Juncus

Flowers or fruits individually manifest; parts in threes.

Sheaths at base of stem merely overlapping.

Juncus

Sheaths at base of stem merely overlapping.

Leaves narrow, mostly less than 1 cm.

Juncus

Leaves narrow, mostly less than 1 cm.

Juniper plant.

Juniper

Juniper plant.

The common name of juniperus is juniper. This variety of juniper has reddish, dry fruit that has a sweetish flavor. Part a shows the fleshy portion of the fruit, part b shows the seed, and part c shows the embryo.

Fruiting Twig of Juniperus Californica

The common name of juniperus is juniper. This variety of juniper has reddish, dry fruit that has a sweetish…

The common name of juniperus communis hibernica is Irish juniper. The branches are erect with numerous, rigid, closet set branchlets. The habit of growth is somewhat column shaped.

Habit, Fruiting Branchlet, and Young Female Cone of Juniperus Communis Hibernica

The common name of juniperus communis hibernica is Irish juniper. The branches are erect with numerous,…

Juniperus drupacea is a variety of juniper. The fruit are deep purple covered with a whitish bloom.

Fruiting Branchlet of Juniperus Drupacea

Juniperus drupacea is a variety of juniper. The fruit are deep purple covered with a whitish bloom.

The common name of juniperus sabina is common savin. The shrub grows between five and eight feet tall. The leaves are small and scale like.

Habit and Detached Portion of Branch of Juniperus Sabina

The common name of juniperus sabina is common savin. The shrub grows between five and eight feet tall.…