300 illustrations of flowers and shrubs including: madder, magnolia, mallow, mandrake, mardja, mare's tail, marigold, mayaca, mayflower, mayweed, meadow beauty, meadow rue, melon, mesquit, milkweed, milkwort, mimosa, mint, mistletoe, moneywort, monkshood, morning glory, mullein, mustard, myrrh, and myrtle

Funnelform corolla of a common Morning Glory, detached from its polysepalous calyx.

Morning Glory

Funnelform corolla of a common Morning Glory, detached from its polysepalous calyx.

The flower part of this bud is twisted at its point end in a spiral manner.

Morning Glory Bud

The flower part of this bud is twisted at its point end in a spiral manner.

The flower part of this bud is twisted at its point end in a spiral manner. This bud is partially closed.

Morning Glory Bud

The flower part of this bud is twisted at its point end in a spiral manner. This bud is partially closed.

Embryo taken out whole and unfolded; the broad and very thin cotyledons notched at summit; the caulicle below.

Morning Glory Embryo

Embryo taken out whole and unfolded; the broad and very thin cotyledons notched at summit; the caulicle…

Seed of Morning Glory divided, moderately magnified; shows a longitudinal section through the centre of the embryo as it lies crumpled in the albumen.

Morning Glory Seed

Seed of Morning Glory divided, moderately magnified; shows a longitudinal section through the centre…

Seedling of Morning Glory more advanced (root cut away); cotyledons well developed into foliage-leaves: succeeding internode and leaf well developed, and the next forming.

Morning Glory Seedling

Seedling of Morning Glory more advanced (root cut away); cotyledons well developed into foliage-leaves:…

Morning Glory seedling advanced.

Morning Glory Seedling Advanced

Morning Glory seedling advanced.

Twining or voluble stem of Morning-Glory.

Morning-Glory

Twining or voluble stem of Morning-Glory.

The flower and plant of the moschatel or Adoxa moschatellina, a flowering plant in the Adoxaceae family.

Moschatel

The flower and plant of the moschatel or Adoxa moschatellina, a flowering plant in the Adoxaceae family.

Also known as Portulaca grandiflora. A small flower, fast-growing flower that can grow up to 30 centimeters tall. It is commonly used as an ornamental plant.

Moss-Rose

Also known as Portulaca grandiflora. A small flower, fast-growing flower that can grow up to 30 centimeters…

Of the Mint family (Labiatae), the motherwort (Leonurus Cardiaca).

Motherwort

Of the Mint family (Labiatae), the motherwort (Leonurus Cardiaca).

Mountain peony is the common name of paeonia moutan. The flowers are large and vary in color. The plant grows three feet tall.

Flowering Branch of Mountain Peony

Mountain peony is the common name of paeonia moutan. The flowers are large and vary in color. The plant…

Mountain peony is the common name of paeonia moutan. The flowers are large and vary in color. The plant grows three feet tall.

Flowering Branch of Mountain Peony

Mountain peony is the common name of paeonia moutan. The flowers are large and vary in color. The plant…

"Mountain-Tobacco (Arnica montana)."-Whitney, 1902

Mountain Tobacco

"Mountain-Tobacco (Arnica montana)."-Whitney, 1902

Kalmia latifolia, commonly called Mountain-laurel or Spoonwood, is a flowering plant in the family Ericaceae, native to the eastern United States, from southern Maine south to northern Florida, and west to Indiana and Louisiana.

Mountain-laurel

Kalmia latifolia, commonly called Mountain-laurel or Spoonwood, is a flowering plant in the family Ericaceae,…

Of the mud plantain family (Heteranthera), the blue mud plantain (Heteranthera limosa).

Blue Mud Plantain

Of the mud plantain family (Heteranthera), the blue mud plantain (Heteranthera limosa).

Muehlenbeckia complexa has green, inconspicuous flowers. The flowers bloom in August. The fruit hangs in small clusters on lateral shoots from the ripened stems.

Muehlenbeckia Complexa

Muehlenbeckia complexa has green, inconspicuous flowers. The flowers bloom in August. The fruit hangs…

Illustrated are the leaves of <i>morus alba</i> (b) and <i>morus multicaulis</i> (a). Both are varieties of mulberry.

Mulberry Leaf

Illustrated are the leaves of morus alba (b) and morus multicaulis (a). Both are varieties of mulberry.

"Mullein (Verbascum Thapsus). L, cross-section of leaf-blade, showing relative thickness of a layer of epidermal hairs; H, a single hair from a leaf." -Gager, 1916

Mullein Leaf

"Mullein (Verbascum Thapsus). L, cross-section of leaf-blade, showing relative thickness of a layer…

Mullein pink, dusty miller, and rose campion are all common names of lychnis coronaria. The flowers are large, circular, and crimson or rose-crimson. The plant is native to Europe and Asia.

Mullein Pink

Mullein pink, dusty miller, and rose campion are all common names of lychnis coronaria. The flowers…

Of the Figwort family (Scrophulariaceae), the great mullein (Verbascum Thapsus).

Great Mullein

Of the Figwort family (Scrophulariaceae), the great mullein (Verbascum Thapsus).

Of the Figwort family (Scrophulariaceae), the moth mullein (Verbascum Blattaria).

Moth Mullein

Of the Figwort family (Scrophulariaceae), the moth mullein (Verbascum Blattaria).

A white fragrant flower, with a spreading star-shaped limb.

Posoqueria Multriflora

A white fragrant flower, with a spreading star-shaped limb.

The flowers of murraya exotica are white and fragrant. The stems have many flowers. The fruit is roundish, red, and one seeded.

Habit and Flowering Branchlet of Murraya Exotica

The flowers of murraya exotica are white and fragrant. The stems have many flowers. The fruit is roundish,…

Grape hyacinth is the common name of muscari. The comosum variety has racemes with forty to one hundred flowers. The flowers bloom in April.

Raceme of Muscari Comosum

Grape hyacinth is the common name of muscari. The comosum variety has racemes with forty to one hundred…

Mussaenda macrophylla flowers are orange and a large segment of the calyx is white. The flowers bloom in July and August. The plant grows six feet tall.

Mussaenda Macrophylla

Mussaenda macrophylla flowers are orange and a large segment of the calyx is white. The flowers bloom…

Flower of Mustard

Mustard

Flower of Mustard

Its stamens and pistil separate and enlarged.

Mustard

Its stamens and pistil separate and enlarged.

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the leaf of the field mustard or Brassica arvensis.

Field Mustard Leaf

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the leaf of the field mustard or Brassica arvensis.

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the black mustard or Brassica nigra.

Black Mustard

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the black mustard or Brassica nigra.

"Black mustard (Brassica nigra)." -Gager, 1916

Black Mustard

"Black mustard (Brassica nigra)." -Gager, 1916

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the Carolina Whitlow grass or Draba caroliniana.

Carolina Whitlow Grass

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the Carolina Whitlow grass or Draba caroliniana.

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the leaf of the cut-leaved toothwort or Dentaria laciniata.

Cut-Leaved Toothwort

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the leaf of the cut-leaved toothwort or Dentaria laciniata.

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the hairy rock cress or Arabis hirsuta.

Hairy Rock Cress

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the hairy rock cress or Arabis hirsuta.

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae): left, peppergrass (Lepidium Virginicum); right, shepherd's purse (Capsella Bursa-pastoris).

Pepper Grass and Shepherd's Purse

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae): left, peppergrass (Lepidium Virginicum); right, shepherd's purse…

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the small bitter cress or Cardamine hirsuta.

Small Bitter Cress

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the small bitter cress or Cardamine hirsuta.

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the spring cress or Cardamine bulbosa.

Spring Cress

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the spring cress or Cardamine bulbosa.

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the toothwort of Dentaria diphylla.

Toothwort

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the toothwort of Dentaria diphylla.

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the leaf of the watercress or Radicula Nasturtium-aquaticum.

Watercress

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the leaf of the watercress or Radicula Nasturtium-aquaticum.

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae): left, hedge mustard (Sisymbrium officinale); right, whitlow-grass (Draba verna).

Hedge Mustard and Whitlow-Grass

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae): left, hedge mustard (Sisymbrium officinale); right, whitlow-grass…

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the yellow rocket of Barbarea vulgaris.

Yellow Rocket

Of the mustard family (Cruciferae), the yellow rocket of Barbarea vulgaris.

The flowers of myoporum parvifolium are white. The flowers either grow alone or sometimes two or three together. The flowers bloom in June.

Flowering Branchlet of Myoporum Parvifolium

The flowers of myoporum parvifolium are white. The flowers either grow alone or sometimes two or three…

The common name of myosotis is forget-me-not. The alpestris variety has blue flowers with small, yellowish eyes. The flowers are very fragrant in the evening. The flowers bloom in the summer.

Myosotis Alpestris

The common name of myosotis is forget-me-not. The alpestris variety has blue flowers with small, yellowish…

Forget-me-not is the common name of myosotis. The dissitiflora elegantissima variety has large, deep sky blue flowers. The leaves are white edged.

Myosotis Dissitiflora Elegantissima

Forget-me-not is the common name of myosotis. The dissitiflora elegantissima variety has large, deep…

<i>Myosotis sylvatica</i> is a variety of forget-me-not. The plant grows one to two feet high. The flowers are blue with a yellow eye. It is native to Europe and northern Asia.

Myosotis Sylvatica

Myosotis sylvatica is a variety of forget-me-not. The plant grows one to two feet high. The flowers…

Plants small, mostly under 1 dm tall; leaves filiform, or very narrowly linear.

Myosurus

Plants small, mostly under 1 dm tall; leaves filiform, or very narrowly linear.

Myrica is a genus of about 35-50 species of small trees and shrubs in the family Myricaceae, order Fagales. The genus has a wide distribution, including Africa, Asia, Europe, North America and South America, and missing only from Australasia. Some botanists split the genus into two genera on the basis of the catkin and fruit structure, restricting Myrica to a few species, and treating the others in Morella.

Myrica

Myrica is a genus of about 35-50 species of small trees and shrubs in the family Myricaceae, order Fagales.…

The common name of myrica is candleberry myrtle. The californica variety has greenish flowers. The fruit is purple and thinly coated with grayish white wax.

Flowering Branch of Myrica Californica

The common name of myrica is candleberry myrtle. The californica variety has greenish flowers. The fruit…

The common name of myrica gale is sweet gale. The flowers are brownish green and bloom February to March. The shrub grows between two and four feet tall.

Flowering Branch of Myrica Gale

The common name of myrica gale is sweet gale. The flowers are brownish green and bloom February to March.…

"Myrrh, is the name given to a gum resin which exudes from a shrub growing in Arabia and Abyssinia, called Balsamodendron Myrrha. It was much esteemed as an unguent and perfume by the ancients, who used it also for embalming and for incense. it is still used as a perfume and for incense, as also medicinally. By distillation with water myrrh yields a viscid, brownish-green, volatile oil. Myrrh of the best quality is known as Turkey murrh; that of an inferior kind goes under the name of East Indian, being exported from Bombay." &mdash; Winston's Encyclopedia, 1919

Myrrh

"Myrrh, is the name given to a gum resin which exudes from a shrub growing in Arabia and Abyssinia,…

The ambiguous leaf of Myrsiphyllum.

Myrsiphyllum

The ambiguous leaf of Myrsiphyllum.

The flowers of myrsiphyllum asparagoides are greenish or white. The flowers bloom in June. The leaves are small and bright glossy green.

Myrsiphyllum Asparagoides

The flowers of myrsiphyllum asparagoides are greenish or white. The flowers bloom in June. The leaves…

Crepe myrtle shrubs are used in the U.S. as ornamental plants. Another species of myrtle (Genus lawsonia) in Muslim countries is used as a source of henna dyes.

Myrtle

Crepe myrtle shrubs are used in the U.S. as ornamental plants. Another species of myrtle (Genus lawsonia)…

A genus of plants native to western Asia, but now naturalized quite extensively in Europe and other regions. The leaves are opposite, flowers axillary or terminal, and mostly white or pink colored.

Myrtle

A genus of plants native to western Asia, but now naturalized quite extensively in Europe and other…

"Eugenia tuberculata. 1. a flower; 2. the same divided vertically; 3. a stamen; 4. a ripe fruit; 5. a leaf with the dots upon it." -Lindley, 1853

Myrtle

"Eugenia tuberculata. 1. a flower; 2. the same divided vertically; 3. a stamen; 4. a ripe fruit; 5.…

The Myrtle (Myrtus) is a genus of one or two species of flowering plants in the family Myrtaceae, native to southern Europe and north Africa. They are evergreen shrubs or small trees, growing to 5 m tall. The leaves are entire, 3-5 cm long, with a fragrant essential oil. The star-like flowers have five petals and sepals, and numerous stamens. Petals are usually white. The fruits are globose blue-black berries containing several seeds. The flowers are pollinated by insects, and the seeds dispersed by birds that feed on the berries.

Myrtle

The Myrtle (Myrtus) is a genus of one or two species of flowering plants in the family Myrtaceae, native…

Myrtle is the common name of <i>myrtus communis</i>. It is an evergreen shrub that grows three to ten feet high. The flowers and leaves are strongly scented. The flowers are white and reddish. The berry is blue-black.

Myrtle

Myrtle is the common name of myrtus communis. It is an evergreen shrub that grows three to ten feet…

The common name of myrtus communis is common myrtle. The flowers are white and grow alone on the stems. The flowers bloom in July.

Flowering Branchlet of Myrtus Communis

The common name of myrtus communis is common myrtle. The flowers are white and grow alone on the stems.…

The common name of myrtus is myrtle. The ugni variety has white flowers that bloom in May. The fruit are round, glossy, and red or black. The fruit is edible.

Fruiting Branch of Myrtus Ugni

The common name of myrtus is myrtle. The ugni variety has white flowers that bloom in May. The fruit…

The stems of <i>mystacidium distichum</i> grow three to six inches long and are simple or branched. The flowers are small and white. The plant is native to Sierra Leone.

Mystacidium Distichum

The stems of mystacidium distichum grow three to six inches long and are simple or branched. The flowers…