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

Plant belonging to the Cinquefoil genus, of the rosaceae or rose family.

Barren Strawberry

Plant belonging to the Cinquefoil genus, of the rosaceae or rose family.

"Large conical; bright crimson, excellent flower; a strong and vigorous grower on rich and heavy soils, but almost worthless on light or sandy soils." —Fuller, 1910

Jucunda strawberry

"Large conical; bright crimson, excellent flower; a strong and vigorous grower on rich and heavy soils,…

"3. perpendicular section of a flower of Fragaria indica (Duchesnea indica); 4. the same section of its half ripe fruit, showing the torus covered with carpels; 5. a single carpel of it; 6. one of its achaenia cut open to show the seed inside." -Lindley, 1853

Mock Strawberry

"3. perpendicular section of a flower of Fragaria indica (Duchesnea indica); 4. the same section of…

"2. flower of Fragaria vesca; 3. a section of it." -Lindley, 1853

Woodland Strawberry

"2. flower of Fragaria vesca; 3. a section of it." -Lindley, 1853

Herbs bearing trifoliate leaves with yellow toned flowers.

Vigna Strobilophora

Herbs bearing trifoliate leaves with yellow toned flowers.

The strobilus (spike) of a hop plant.

Hop strobilus

The strobilus (spike) of a hop plant.

A white flower with numerous florets. It is found in Australia, and is abundant on sand plains.

Polycalymma Stuartii

A white flower with numerous florets. It is found in Australia, and is abundant on sand plains.

"2. flower of Stylapterus sp.; 3 a. anther in front; 3 b. ditto behind; 4. anther between two lobes of calyx." -Lindley, 1853

Stylapterus

"2. flower of Stylapterus sp.; 3 a. anther in front; 3 b. ditto behind; 4. anther between two lobes…

A species of orchid, commonly seen in parts of central America and Columbia.

Trichopilia Suavis

A species of orchid, commonly seen in parts of central America and Columbia.

Somewhat heart shaped.

Subcordate

Somewhat heart shaped.

Shaped like an awl.

subulate

Shaped like an awl.

That of Succory (its pappus a shallow cup).

Succory

That of Succory (its pappus a shallow cup).

Tall grasses native to the warm temperate and tropical climates. They contain stout fibrous stalks with sap rich in sugar.

Sugar Cane

Tall grasses native to the warm temperate and tropical climates. They contain stout fibrous stalks with…

A genus of trees and shrubs, which includes about fifteen species native to the United States.

Sumac

A genus of trees and shrubs, which includes about fifteen species native to the United States.

A smooth-leaved sumac.

Sumac

A smooth-leaved sumac.

An illustration of a poison sumac.

Poison Sumac

An illustration of a poison sumac.

Also known as Rhus vernix. It is a woody shrub or small trees that can cause skin irritation when touched. When burned, inhalation of the smoke may cause a rash to appear on the lungs.

Poison Sumac

Also known as Rhus vernix. It is a woody shrub or small trees that can cause skin irritation when touched.…

Leaf of sundew with half of the tentacles inflexed from stimulation.

Sundew

Leaf of sundew with half of the tentacles inflexed from stimulation.

"Leaf of Sundew (Droscra rotundifolia)." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Sundew

"Leaf of Sundew (Droscra rotundifolia)." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"Leaf of Sundew, enlarged, with the tentacles on one side infected over a bit of meat placed on the disk." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Sundew

"Leaf of Sundew, enlarged, with the tentacles on one side infected over a bit of meat placed on the…

"Glands of Sundew magnified. External aspect with drop of secretion." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Sundew

"Glands of Sundew magnified. External aspect with drop of secretion." — The Encyclopedia Britannica,…

"Glands of Sundew magnified. Internal structure." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Sundew

"Glands of Sundew magnified. Internal structure." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

The Sundews (Drosera rotundifolia) comprise one of the largest genera of carnivorous plants, with over 170 species. These members of the family Droseraceae lure, capture, and digest insects using stalked mucilaginous glands covering their leaf surface.

Sundew

The Sundews (Drosera rotundifolia) comprise one of the largest genera of carnivorous plants, with over…

"Blade of leaf of sundew." -Bergen, 1896

Sundew Leaf

"Blade of leaf of sundew." -Bergen, 1896

"Leaves of sundew. The one at the left has all its tentacles closed over captured prey; the one at the right has only half of them thus closed." -Bergen, 1896

Sundew Leaves

"Leaves of sundew. The one at the left has all its tentacles closed over captured prey; the one at the…

"Drosera rotundifolia. 1. a flower; 2. a perpendicular section of the ovary; 3. a perpendicular section of a seed." -Lindley, 1853

Common Sundew

"Drosera rotundifolia. 1. a flower; 2. a perpendicular section of the ovary; 3. a perpendicular section…

Of the sundew family (Droseraceae), the long-leaved sundew or Drosera longifolia var. Americana.

Long-Leaved Sundew

Of the sundew family (Droseraceae), the long-leaved sundew or Drosera longifolia var. Americana.

"Sundew (Drosera rotundifolia)." -Bergen, 1896

Round-Leaf Sundew

"Sundew (Drosera rotundifolia)." -Bergen, 1896

Of the sundew family (Droseraceae), the round-leaved sundew or Drosera rotundifolia.

Round-Leaved Sundew

Of the sundew family (Droseraceae), the round-leaved sundew or Drosera rotundifolia.

Of the sundew family (Droseraceae), the thread-leaved sundew or Drosera filiformis.

Thread-Leaved Sundew

Of the sundew family (Droseraceae), the thread-leaved sundew or Drosera filiformis.

Of the Evening Primrose family (Onograceae), sundrops (OEnothera fruiticosa).

Sundrops

Of the Evening Primrose family (Onograceae), sundrops (OEnothera fruiticosa).

Of the Evening Primrose family (Onograceae), sundrops (OEnothera pumila).

Sundrops

Of the Evening Primrose family (Onograceae), sundrops (OEnothera pumila).

Sundrops is the common name of <i>oenothera linearis</i>. The flowers are colored a bright, clear yellow. The flowers bloom in July.

Sundrops

Sundrops is the common name of oenothera linearis. The flowers are colored a bright, clear yellow. The…

Sundrops is the common name of <i>oenothera pratensis</i>. The flowers are bright yellow and grow clustered at the end of the stems. The flower can be found from Maine to Iowa and Arkansas.

Sundrops

Sundrops is the common name of oenothera pratensis. The flowers are bright yellow and grow clustered…

"Section of Head of Sunflower. a, receptacle, or anthoclinium."-Whitney, 1902

Sunflower

"Section of Head of Sunflower. a, receptacle, or anthoclinium."-Whitney, 1902

A genus of plants of the aster family, which have large, cordate leaves and terminal, flat, circular, heads of flowers. They are herbaceous plants.

Sunflower

A genus of plants of the aster family, which have large, cordate leaves and terminal, flat, circular,…

Of Sunflower (pappus of two deciduous scales).

Sunflower

Of Sunflower (pappus of two deciduous scales).

Helianthus argophyllus is the silver leaved variety of the sunflower. The flower heads are yellow. The leaves have a soft, silky, silvery down.

Flowering Branch of a Sunflower (Helianthus Argophyllus)

Helianthus argophyllus is the silver leaved variety of the sunflower. The flower heads are yellow. The…

The helianthus decapetalus multiflorus sunflower has firm leaves and large heads. The common form has a dwarf habit with double flowers.

Flowering Branch of a Sunflower (Helianthus Decapetalus Multiflorus)

The helianthus decapetalus multiflorus sunflower has firm leaves and large heads. The common form has…

Helianthus orgyalis sunflowers have small, yellow heads. The flowers bloom in the autumn. The plant grows between six and ten feet tall.

Upper Portion of Stems and Detached Flower Head of a Sunflower (Helianthus Orgyalis)

Helianthus orgyalis sunflowers have small, yellow heads. The flowers bloom in the autumn. The plant…

Sunflower grow to be six feet tall. The flower heads are large, varying in size and color.

Flower Head of a Sunflower

Sunflower grow to be six feet tall. The flower heads are large, varying in size and color.

Helianthus annus caifornicus plenissimus is the scientific name of the pictured sunflower. It is another form of the common sunflower.

Habit and Detached Single Flower Head of a Sunflower

Helianthus annus caifornicus plenissimus is the scientific name of the pictured sunflower. It is another…

Of the Composite family (Compositae), the ten-petaled sunflower (Helianthus decapetalus).

Ten-Petaled Sunflower

Of the Composite family (Compositae), the ten-petaled sunflower (Helianthus decapetalus).

Of the Composite family (Compositae), the brown-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia triloba).

Brown-Eyed Susan

Of the Composite family (Compositae), the brown-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia triloba).

Sweet or Common Basil is the common name of ocimum basilicum. The flowers are white and bloom in August. The herb grow one foot tall.

Sweet Basil

Sweet or Common Basil is the common name of ocimum basilicum. The flowers are white and bloom in August.…

Sweet gum is the common name of liquidambar styraciflua. The number 1 represents the female flower. The numbers 2 represent the male flowers.

Branch of Sweet Gum with Female and Male Flowers

Sweet gum is the common name of liquidambar styraciflua. The number 1 represents the female flower.…

The flowers of sweet gum are greenish yellow. The flowers bloom in spring. The tree somewhat resembles maple.

Female Flowering Branch of Sweet Gum

The flowers of sweet gum are greenish yellow. The flowers bloom in spring. The tree somewhat resembles…

Illustrated are flowers of sweet pea, showing the structure of a leguminous flower. Banner, standard or vexillum at (s), wings at (w), and keel at (k).

Sweet Pea

Illustrated are flowers of sweet pea, showing the structure of a leguminous flower. Banner, standard…

A type of flower.

Sweet Pea

A type of flower.

"Irregular corolla of sweet pea. A, side view; B, front view. s, standard; w, w, wings; k, keel." -Bergen, 1896

Sweet Pea Flower

"Irregular corolla of sweet pea. A, side view; B, front view. s, standard; w, w, wings; k, keel." -Bergen,…

Pictured are the essential organs of a sweet pea flower. Calyx (c), tenth stamen (a), and stigma (e).

Sweet Pea Flower

Pictured are the essential organs of a sweet pea flower. Calyx (c), tenth stamen (a), and stigma (e).

"Diadelphous stamens of sweet pea." -Bergen, 1896

Sweet Pea Stamens

"Diadelphous stamens of sweet pea." -Bergen, 1896

Sweet William is the common name of dianthus barbatus. The stems grows ten to twenty inches tall. The flowers grow in rounded, dense clusters. The flowers are red, rose, purple, or white.

Sweet William

Sweet William is the common name of dianthus barbatus. The stems grows ten to twenty inches tall. The…

"Diagram of flower of Sweet-pea (Lathyrus), showing five parts of the calyx, of which two are superior, one inferior, and two lateral; five parts of the corolla, of which one is superior, two inferior, and two lateral; ten stamens in two rows; one carpel, in consequence of four being undeveloped." &mdash; Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Sweet-pea

"Diagram of flower of Sweet-pea (Lathyrus), showing five parts of the calyx, of which two are superior,…

Also known as Magnolia virginiana. The branch of a Sweetbay Magnolia plant, native to the southeastern coast of the United States.

Branch of Sweetbay Magnolia

Also known as Magnolia virginiana. The branch of a Sweetbay Magnolia plant, native to the southeastern…

"Synaphea dilatata. 1. a flower; 2. one of its lobes; 3. the ovary and style and stigma." -Lindley, 1853

Synaphea

"Synaphea dilatata. 1. a flower; 2. one of its lobes; 3. the ovary and style and stigma." -Lindley,…

This perennial plant belongs to the sempervivum; commonly used as an ornamental plant.

Sempervivum Tectorum

This perennial plant belongs to the sempervivum; commonly used as an ornamental plant.

A very well widespread species of sedum common in North America.

Sedum Ternatum

A very well widespread species of sedum common in North America.

A native to south america featuring stolons.

Solanum Tuberosum

A native to south america featuring stolons.