419 illustrations of flowers and shrubs including: sabatia, safflower, saffron, sage, sainfoin, saltbush, sassafras, saururus, saxifrage, sedge, sesame, shad scale, shamrock, shooting star, skullcap, sloe, snakeroot, snapdragon, sneezeweed, snowberry, soapwort, sorrel, spurge, squash, St. John's wort, star of Bethlehem, starflower, stonecrop, strawberry, sumac, sundew, sundrops, and sunflower

This perennial is of the sempervivum family; featuring furry central rosettes.

Sempervivum Arachnoideum

This perennial is of the sempervivum family; featuring furry central rosettes.

This ornamental plant belongs to the scabiosa family.

Scabiosa Atropurpurea

This ornamental plant belongs to the scabiosa family.

The senecio is known as the ivy in many parts of the world.

Senecio Mikanioides

The senecio is known as the ivy in many parts of the world.

Flowers white, or, if pink, with a yellow or green eye in the center.

Sabatia

Flowers white, or, if pink, with a yellow or green eye in the center.

Of the Gentian family (Gentianaceae), the Sabbatia gracilis.

Sabbatia gracilis

Of the Gentian family (Gentianaceae), the Sabbatia gracilis.

The sabiate of a flower.

Sabiate

The sabiate of a flower.

A pink flower that typically blooms in June. The elliptical leaves are dark green, with silver specks that give it a marbled appearance. They are usually found in Europe.

Pulmonaria Saccharata

A pink flower that typically blooms in June. The elliptical leaves are dark green, with silver specks…

Spikelets inflated or gibbous at base.

Sacciolepis

Spikelets inflated or gibbous at base.

A high branched flower whoes petal consist of longspiny leaves. Usually bright yellow, orange or red.

Safflower

A high branched flower whoes petal consist of longspiny leaves. Usually bright yellow, orange or red.

Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) is a highly branched, herbaceous, thistle-like annual, usually with many long sharp spines on the leaves. Plants are 30 to 150 cm tall with globular flower heads (capitula) and commonly, brilliant yellow, orange or red flowers which bloom in July. Each branch will usually have from one to five flower heads containing 15 to 20 seeds per head. Safflower has a strong taproot which enables it to thrive in dry climates, but the plant is very susceptible to frost injury from stem elongation to maturity.

Safflower

Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) is a highly branched, herbaceous, thistle-like annual, usually with…

An autumn-flowering species of crocus. It is ofen called autumnal crocus to distinguish it from a species called spring crocus, which it closel resembles.

Saffron

An autumn-flowering species of crocus. It is ofen called autumnal crocus to distinguish it from a species…

A plant whose bulbs and seeds are used medicinally, especially for gout.

Meadow Saffron

A plant whose bulbs and seeds are used medicinally, especially for gout.

"Sage is a plant much used for flavoring meats, etc. It has blue flowers, and has run into many varieties. The Chinese use it as a tonic for debility of the stomach and nerves."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Sage

"Sage is a plant much used for flavoring meats, etc. It has blue flowers, and has run into many varieties.…

An extensive genus of plants of the mint family, which are widely distributed in warm regions, embracing 450 species. Most varieties are perennials of a shrubby nature.

Sage

An extensive genus of plants of the mint family, which are widely distributed in warm regions, embracing…

Of the Mint family (Labiatae), the sage (Salvia lyrata).

Sage

Of the Mint family (Labiatae), the sage (Salvia lyrata).

A common kitchen and medicinal herb. Also used with teas.

Common Sage

A common kitchen and medicinal herb. Also used with teas.

A common kitchen and medicinal herb. Also used with teas.

Common Sage

A common kitchen and medicinal herb. Also used with teas.

"Two flowers of common sage, one of them visited by a bee." -Bergen, 1896

Common Sage

"Two flowers of common sage, one of them visited by a bee." -Bergen, 1896

"Pasture Sage-brush (Artemisia frigida). a, leaf; b, flower-head; c, fertile flower; d, marginal flower." -Whitney, 1911

Sagebrush

"Pasture Sage-brush (Artemisia frigida). a, leaf; b, flower-head; c, fertile flower; d, marginal flower."…

Leaves from base of scape bearing evident white flowers in racemes; roots without crss-constrictions.

Sagittaria

Leaves from base of scape bearing evident white flowers in racemes; roots without crss-constrictions.

lowest flowers with only carpels, or with only stamens.

Sagittaria

lowest flowers with only carpels, or with only stamens.

An arrow-fronded fern with blackish, long leaves. They are common between Venezuela and Brazil.

Pteris Sagittifolia

An arrow-fronded fern with blackish, long leaves. They are common between Venezuela and Brazil.

Plant native to northern China.

Xanthoceras Sagittifolium

Plant native to northern China.

Cycas revoluta or sago cycad is known as the king sago palm but is not a palm; it is a cycad.

Sago Cycad

Cycas revoluta or sago cycad is known as the king sago palm but is not a palm; it is a cycad.

A perennial herb with light pink flowers. Used a a forage crop and honey.

Sanfoin

A perennial herb with light pink flowers. Used a a forage crop and honey.

A perennial herb with light pink flowers. Used a a forage crop and honey.

Sanfoin

A perennial herb with light pink flowers. Used a a forage crop and honey.

This plant belongs to the Valerianella.

Corn Salad

This plant belongs to the Valerianella.

A plant native to Europe and Asia.

Salsify

A plant native to Europe and Asia.

A genus of herbs, subshrubs, shrubs, and small trees in the family Chenopodiaceae, native to Africa, Asia, and Europe.

Sprig Salsola

A genus of herbs, subshrubs, shrubs, and small trees in the family Chenopodiaceae, native to Africa,…

Nuttall's salt sage, Atriplex nuttallii.

Nuttall's Salt Sage

Nuttall's salt sage, Atriplex nuttallii.

Annual saltbush, Atriplex holocarpa.

Annual Saltbush

Annual saltbush, Atriplex holocarpa.

Australian saltbush, Atriplex semibaccata.

Australian Saltbush

Australian saltbush, Atriplex semibaccata.

The saltwort is a native of the U.S. growing along the sandy seashore from New England south to Georgia. it is a very troublesome weed.

Saltwort (salsola kali var. tragus).

The saltwort is a native of the U.S. growing along the sandy seashore from New England south to Georgia.…

Any of various plants of the genus Salvia; a cosmopolitan herb

Russian Salvia

Any of various plants of the genus Salvia; a cosmopolitan herb

Leaves not over twice as long as broad.

Samalus

Leaves not over twice as long as broad.

"Upper part of stem with the inflorescence of Samphire (Crithmum maritimum). (a), a flower; (b), the fruit; (c), transverse section of one of the fruitlets." -Whitney, 1911

Rock Samphire

"Upper part of stem with the inflorescence of Samphire (Crithmum maritimum). (a), a flower; (b), the…

"Sand-vine (Gonolobus lavis). a, flower; b, crown-lobe tipped by a 2-cleft awn; c, stamen-tube; d, follicle or seed-pod." -Whitney, 1911

Sand Vine

"Sand-vine (Gonolobus lavis). a, flower; b, crown-lobe tipped by a 2-cleft awn; c, stamen-tube; d, follicle…

Plan of a one-celled ovary of three carpel-leaves, with parietal placentae, cut across below, where it is complete; the upper part showing the top of the three leaves it is composed of, approaching, but not united.

Sandwort

Plan of a one-celled ovary of three carpel-leaves, with parietal placentae, cut across below, where…

"Thyme-leaved Sandwort (Arenaria serpyllifolia). a, capsule surrounded by the scarious calyx; b, expanded flower." -Whitney, 1911

Thyme-Leaved Sandwort

"Thyme-leaved Sandwort (Arenaria serpyllifolia). a, capsule surrounded by the scarious calyx; b, expanded…

A perennial, herbaceous flowering plant native to eastern North America from Nova Scotia, Canada southward to Florida, United States.

Flowering Sanguinaria

A perennial, herbaceous flowering plant native to eastern North America from Nova Scotia, Canada southward…

Sarcocolla vulgaris, a flowering plant from the Penaeaceae family.

Sarcocolla

Sarcocolla vulgaris, a flowering plant from the Penaeaceae family.

"In 1870, Saxafraga sarmentosa was introduced, being beautifully and more distinctly variegated with white and rose colored markings on the leaves, but it is apt to run back to the original species."—Heinrich, 1887

Saxafraga Sarmentosa

"In 1870, Saxafraga sarmentosa was introduced, being beautifully and more distinctly variegated with…

This is a perennial flower.

Saxifraga Sarmentosa

This is a perennial flower.

Leaf of Sarracenia purpurea, entire, and another with the upper part cut off.

Sarracenia Purpurea

Leaf of Sarracenia purpurea, entire, and another with the upper part cut off.

These are natives of the eastern sides of North America.

Lavender Sarracenia

These are natives of the eastern sides of North America.

"Leaves of Sarracenta purpurea. A, attractive surface of lid; B, conducting, C, glandular, and D, detentive surface; magnified." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Sarracenta

"Leaves of Sarracenta purpurea. A, attractive surface of lid; B, conducting, C, glandular, and D, detentive…

The dried root or root-stalk of the smilax, a genus of shrubby climbing plants native to tropical America.

Sarsaparilla

The dried root or root-stalk of the smilax, a genus of shrubby climbing plants native to tropical America.

"Branch of Sarsaparilla (Smilax medica), with fruits." -Whitney, 1911

Sarsaparilla

"Branch of Sarsaparilla (Smilax medica), with fruits." -Whitney, 1911

A type of herb noted for it's flavor.

Sarsaparilla

A type of herb noted for it's flavor.

Of the Ginseng family (Araliaceae), the Bristly Sarsaparilla (Aralia hispida).

Bristly Sarsaparilla

Of the Ginseng family (Araliaceae), the Bristly Sarsaparilla (Aralia hispida).

"Smilax glycyphylla; 1. a male flower seen from above; 2. a female flower; 3. a transverse section of an ovary; 4. a seed; 5. a section of a seed, showing the embryo." -Lindley, 1853

Sweet Sarsaparilla

"Smilax glycyphylla; 1. a male flower seen from above; 2. a female flower; 3. a transverse section of…

An extensive genus of plants, several of whose species are noted for the medicinal virtues of their roots.

Sassafras

An extensive genus of plants, several of whose species are noted for the medicinal virtues of their…

Stems with no sheaths; flowers white, fragrant.

Saururus

Stems with no sheaths; flowers white, fragrant.

Flower of Saururus or Lizard's-tail; naked, but hermaphrodite.

Saururus

Flower of Saururus or Lizard's-tail; naked, but hermaphrodite.

"Lavradia Vellozii. 1. an expanded flower; 2. the stamens with exterior petaloid scales; 3. a seed; 4. a section of it." -Lindley, 1853

Sauvagesia

"Lavradia Vellozii. 1. an expanded flower; 2. the stamens with exterior petaloid scales; 3. a seed;…

The Summer Savory (Satureja hortensis) is a flowering plant of the Lamiaceae family. The image shows its: a, corolla; b, calyx; and c, pistil.

Summer Savory

The Summer Savory (Satureja hortensis) is a flowering plant of the Lamiaceae family. The image shows…

This perennial herb mainly survives in the cold climate of the arctic.

Garden Saxifragas

This perennial herb mainly survives in the cold climate of the arctic.

An extensive genus of hardy perennial herbs, with alternate leaves and simple flower-stems. They are distinguished by a many-seeded capsule, have leaves six to seven inches long, and the stalks are one to two feet high.

Saxifrage

An extensive genus of hardy perennial herbs, with alternate leaves and simple flower-stems. They are…

"A genus of plants of the natural order Saxifrangeae. This order has a calyx, usually of five sepals more or less cohering at the base; a corolla usually of five sepals more or less cohering at the base; a corolla usually of five perigynous petals, alternate with the sepals, rarely wanting; perigynous stamens; a hypogynous or perigynous disc; an overy, usually of two carpels, cohering more or less by their face, but diverging at the apex." — Chambers, 1881

Saxifrage

"A genus of plants of the natural order Saxifrangeae. This order has a calyx, usually of five sepals…

"Diagram of the flower of Saxifrage (Saxifraga tridactylites). The calyx and corolla consist of five parts, the stamens are ten in two rows, while the pistil has only two parts developed. The flower is, neertheless, called symmetrical, although the outer whorls are pentamerous, and the central one dimerous." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Saxifrage

"Diagram of the flower of Saxifrage (Saxifraga tridactylites). The calyx and corolla consist of five…