226 illustrations of flowers and shrubs including: tansy, tea, thalia, thistle, tickseed tiger lily, toadflax, tobacco, tulip, utricularia, valerian, venus flytrap, verbana, vervain, vine, viola, violet, viper's bugloss, and Virginia creeper

Plant belonging to the rosaceae familyl, typically grows less than 2 feet.

Stephanandra Tanaakae

Plant belonging to the rosaceae familyl, typically grows less than 2 feet.

Tangier scarlet pea is the common name of lathyrus tingitanus. The flowers are an inch long and dark red/purple. The flowers bloom in June and July.

Tangier Scarlet Pea

Tangier scarlet pea is the common name of lathyrus tingitanus. The flowers are an inch long and dark…

"Tansy is a genus of Compositæ, numbering about 50 species of strong-scented herbs, often shrubby below, with alternate usually much-divided leaves, and solitary or corymbose heads of rayless yellow flowers. The genus is represented in North America, Europe, North and South Africa, temperate and cold Asia. Common tansy has long had a reputation as a medicinal herb, causing it to be much grown in gardens in the past."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Tansy

"Tansy is a genus of Compositæ, numbering about 50 species of strong-scented herbs, often shrubby…

Tape-grass, also known as vallisneria spiralis.

Tape-grass

Tape-grass, also known as vallisneria spiralis.

A domesticated food plant belonging to the Fagopyrum genus.

Fagopyrum Tataricum

A domesticated food plant belonging to the Fagopyrum genus.

A pink flower with corolla white tubes. It is a hybrid greenhouse Rhododendron.

Rhododendron Taylori

A pink flower with corolla white tubes. It is a hybrid greenhouse Rhododendron.

A tea plant.

Tea

A tea plant.

A genus of shrubs and trees allied to the camellia. They include varieties that vary in height from four to thirty feet.

Tea

A genus of shrubs and trees allied to the camellia. They include varieties that vary in height from…

Camelia sinensis is the tea plant, the plant species whose leaves and leaf buds are used to produce tea.

Tea

Camelia sinensis is the tea plant, the plant species whose leaves and leaf buds are used to produce…

"Tea is the dried leaf of an evergreen shrub of the natural order Ternstœmiaceæ. It includes the China plant, and the indigenous Assam plant. At one time it was supposed that two Chinese species were grown of which one furnished the black tea and the other the green tea of commerce, but further research has shown that these species cannot be maintained. Whether the tea shrub is indigenous in China and Japan is a doubtful question. The fact has been historically established that the culture of tea existed in China in the 4th century, and in Japan in the 9th century, and from these countries it was exclusively obtained for any other part of the globe till the time of the present generation. The discovery of the indigenous plant in the forest country of Upper Assam was made in 1834, and since 1840 its cultivation there has taken very firm root."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Tea Flower

"Tea is the dried leaf of an evergreen shrub of the natural order Ternstœmiaceæ. It includes…

"Tea is the dried leaf of an evergreen shrub of the natural order Ternstœmiaceæ. It includes the China plant, and the indigenous Assam plant. At one time it was supposed that two Chinese species were grown of which one furnished the black tea and the other the green tea of commerce, but further research has shown that these species cannot be maintained. Whether the tea shrub is indigenous in China and Japan is a doubtful question. The fact has been historically established that the culture of tea existed in China in the 4th century, and in Japan in the 9th century, and from these countries it was exclusively obtained for any other part of the globe till the time of the present generation. The discovery of the indigenous plant in the forest country of Upper Assam was made in 1834, and since 1840 its cultivation there has taken very firm root."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Tea Fruit

"Tea is the dried leaf of an evergreen shrub of the natural order Ternstœmiaceæ. It includes…

"Tea is the dried leaf of an evergreen shrub of the natural order Ternstœmiaceæ. It includes the China plant, and the indigenous Assam plant. At one time it was supposed that two Chinese species were grown of which one furnished the black tea and the other the green tea of commerce, but further research has shown that these species cannot be maintained. Whether the tea shrub is indigenous in China and Japan is a doubtful question. The fact has been historically established that the culture of tea existed in China in the 4th century, and in Japan in the 9th century, and from these countries it was exclusively obtained for any other part of the globe till the time of the present generation. The discovery of the indigenous plant in the forest country of Upper Assam was made in 1834, and since 1840 its cultivation there has taken very firm root."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Tea Plant

"Tea is the dried leaf of an evergreen shrub of the natural order Ternstœmiaceæ. It includes…

This plant bears leaves that are useful in the production of tea beverages.

Tea Plant

This plant bears leaves that are useful in the production of tea beverages.

Tea consists of the dried leaves of a number of evergreen shrubs, natives of China or thereabouts. Tea is cultivated in China and India, as far north as latitude 45. It appears to thrive between 25 and 33 N. Latitude. It is extensively cultivated in Malacca, Java, and various portions of the English possessions in India. Tea was introduced into Europe by the Dutch in 1610.

Tea Plant

Tea consists of the dried leaves of a number of evergreen shrubs, natives of China or thereabouts. Tea…

Paraguay tea leaves of South America.

Tea Plant

Paraguay tea leaves of South America.

A plant whose leaves hold water.

Fuller's Teazel

A plant whose leaves hold water.

A complicated plant with trifoliate leaves, small flowers, and flat, deeply lobed and jointed pods.

Telegraph Plant

A complicated plant with trifoliate leaves, small flowers, and flat, deeply lobed and jointed pods.

Portion of stem and leaves of Telegraph-plant (Desmodium gyrans), almost of natural size.

Telegraph-plant

Portion of stem and leaves of Telegraph-plant (Desmodium gyrans), almost of natural size.

This is a short shrub like perennial of the sedum, featuring star shaped flowers.

Sedum Telephium

This is a short shrub like perennial of the sedum, featuring star shaped flowers.

Ten week stock and intermediate stock are the common name of matthiola incana annua. It is an annual, early bloomer.

Ten Week Stock

Ten week stock and intermediate stock are the common name of matthiola incana annua. It is an annual,…

Tendrils, such as these of the Virginia Creeper, are very slender, leafless branches, used to enable certain plants to climb.

Tendrils

Tendrils, such as these of the Virginia Creeper, are very slender, leafless branches, used to enable…

Perennial plant of the Asteraceae family, native to South America, and Mexico.

Zinnia Tenuiflora

Perennial plant of the Asteraceae family, native to South America, and Mexico.

A slender-fronded fern with pinnae that are narrower than those of a regular Pteris serrulata, and has saw-edged leaves. They are commonly found in China.

Pteris Serrulata Tenuifolia

A slender-fronded fern with pinnae that are narrower than those of a regular Pteris serrulata, and has…

Species of the Vanda family, showy orchid.

Vanda Teres

Species of the Vanda family, showy orchid.

"Tetratheca hirsuta. 1. the stamens; 2. the pistil, with one of the cells laid open." -Lindley, 1853

Tetratheca

"Tetratheca hirsuta. 1. the stamens; 2. the pistil, with one of the cells laid open." -Lindley, 1853

Species of flowering plants belonging to the daisy family.

Xanthisma Texanum

Species of flowering plants belonging to the daisy family.

Also known as Yucca treculeana. The branch of a Texas Bayonette, a species of perennial shrubs in the agave family.

Branch of Texas Bayonette

Also known as Yucca treculeana. The branch of a Texas Bayonette, a species of perennial shrubs in the…

Plants white-powdery above; plants extremely large, usually over 1 m.

Thalia

Plants white-powdery above; plants extremely large, usually over 1 m.

Bears yellow toned flowers, used as funeral torches in early Greek and Roman society.

Verbascum Thapsus

Bears yellow toned flowers, used as funeral torches in early Greek and Roman society.

"Stamens of a thistle, with anthers united into a ring. a, united anthers; f, filaments, bearded on the sides." -Bergen, 1896

Thistle Stamens

"Stamens of a thistle, with anthers united into a ring. a, united anthers; f, filaments, bearded on…

Of the Composite family (Compositae), the Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense).

Canada Thistle

Of the Composite family (Compositae), the Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense).

Also known as cirsium arvense, or Creeping Thistle. It is native throughout Europe and northern Asia. It is considered a weed and is edible.

Canada Thistle

Also known as cirsium arvense, or Creeping Thistle. It is native throughout Europe and northern Asia.…

The Southern Globe Thistle (Echinops ruthenicus) is a species of thistles in the Asteraceae or daisy family.

Southern Globe Thistle

The Southern Globe Thistle (Echinops ruthenicus) is a species of thistles in the Asteraceae or daisy…

Pasture or bull thistle is the common name of cirsium lanceolatum. It is a stately biennial and very decorative.

Pasture or Bull Thistle

Pasture or bull thistle is the common name of cirsium lanceolatum. It is a stately biennial and very…

"Russian Thistle." -Bergen, 1896

Russian Thistle

"Russian Thistle." -Bergen, 1896

Of the Composite family (Compositae), the sow thistle (Sonchus oleraceus).

Sow Thistle

Of the Composite family (Compositae), the sow thistle (Sonchus oleraceus).

A sharp, woody shoot from the stem of a tree or shrub.

Thorn

A sharp, woody shoot from the stem of a tree or shrub.

"Thorn Apple is a genus of plants. The common thorn apple is an annual plant, with smooth stem and leaves, white flowers, and erect prickly capsules, a native of the East Indies, but now often met with in North America. A variety with pale violet flowers and purplish violet stem is frequently cultivated in gardens as an ornamental plant."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Thorn Apple

"Thorn Apple is a genus of plants. The common thorn apple is an annual plant, with smooth stem and leaves,…

"Thorn Apple is a genus of plants. The common thorn apple is an annual plant, with smooth stem and leaves, white flowers, and erect prickly capsules, a native of the East Indies, but now often met with in North America. A variety with pale violet flowers and purplish violet stem is frequently cultivated in gardens as an ornamental plant."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Thorn Apple Bud

"Thorn Apple is a genus of plants. The common thorn apple is an annual plant, with smooth stem and leaves,…

Of the Nightshade family (Solanaceae), the purple thorn apple (Datura Tatula).

Purple Thorn Apple

Of the Nightshade family (Solanaceae), the purple thorn apple (Datura Tatula).

Three-ranked arrangement, shown in a piece of the stalk of a Sedge, with the leaves cut off above their bases; the leaves are numbered in order, from 1 to 6.

Three-ranked

Three-ranked arrangement, shown in a piece of the stalk of a Sedge, with the leaves cut off above their…

"Armeria vulgaris. 1. calyx and stamens; 2. section of corolla; 3. pistil; 4. ovule; 5. embryo." -Lindley, 1853

Sea Thrift

"Armeria vulgaris. 1. calyx and stamens; 2. section of corolla; 3. pistil; 4. ovule; 5. embryo." -Lindley,…

A rosaceae plant belonging to the roses.

Spiraea Thunbergii

A rosaceae plant belonging to the roses.

Loment or jointed legume of a Tick-Trefoil (Desmodium).

Tick-Trefoil

Loment or jointed legume of a Tick-Trefoil (Desmodium).

"Panicle of tickle-grass, a common tumbleweed." -Bergen, 1896

Tickle-Grass

"Panicle of tickle-grass, a common tumbleweed." -Bergen, 1896

"A composite (Coreopsis sp.). A, B, E, views of the inflorescence or head; C, a ray-flower; D, section through the head; F, a disc-flower in bud; G, disc-flower just opened; H, older disc-flower, the stigmas reflexed; I, disc-flower with corolla removed." -Gager, 1916

Tickseed

"A composite (Coreopsis sp.). A, B, E, views of the inflorescence or head; C, a ray-flower; D, section…

An ornamental plant of the genius lilium, characterized by an erect stem from a scaly bulb, numerous narror sessily leaves, and one or more large and erect or nodding flowers.

Tiger Lily

An ornamental plant of the genius lilium, characterized by an erect stem from a scaly bulb, numerous…

Bulbets in the axils of leaves of a Tiger Lily

Tiger Lily

Bulbets in the axils of leaves of a Tiger Lily

Tiger lily is the common name of lilium tigrinum. The flowers bloom in August and September. It is native to China and Japan. The flowers are salmon-red with purplish black spots.

Tiger Lily

Tiger lily is the common name of lilium tigrinum. The flowers bloom in August and September. It is native…

An illustration of the flower of a Tiger's Claw tree. Erythrina variegata (Tiger's Claw, Indian Coral Tree and Sunshine Tree) is a species of Erythrina native to the tropical and subtropical regions of eastern Africa, southern Asia, northern Australia, and the islands of the Indian Ocean and the western Pacific Ocean east to Fiji.

Tiger's Claw Flower

An illustration of the flower of a Tiger's Claw tree. Erythrina variegata (Tiger's Claw, Indian Coral…

Illustrated is "tip growth" of yellows. It is the yellowing of foliage caused by physiological diseases.

Tip Growth of Yellow

Illustrated is "tip growth" of yellows. It is the yellowing of foliage caused by physiological diseases.

A type of flower.

Toad Flax

A type of flower.

Corolla of Toad-Flax, with similar corolla spurred at the base.

Toad-Flax

Corolla of Toad-Flax, with similar corolla spurred at the base.

"Toad-flax (Linaria vulgaris). Flowers being visited by an insect for nectar. B, longitudinal section, showing the insect's proboscis extended down the spur toward the nectar-gland; C, insect with a mass of pollen (p), rubbed off from anthers onto the dorsal hairs of the thorax, during successive visits." -Gager, 1916

Common Toadflax with Insect

"Toad-flax (Linaria vulgaris). Flowers being visited by an insect for nectar. B, longitudinal section,…

"Sections of flowers of the toad-flax (Linaria vulgaris). A, front view; a, anthers; s, stigma; n, nectar-gland. B, side view; o, ovary." -Gager, 1916

Common Toadflax

"Sections of flowers of the toad-flax (Linaria vulgaris). A, front view; a, anthers; s, stigma; n, nectar-gland.…

"Toad-flax (Linaria vulgaris). Inflorescence, showing normal (spurred) flowers, and several abnormal flowers without spurs." -Gager, 1916

Common Toadflax

"Toad-flax (Linaria vulgaris). Inflorescence, showing normal (spurred) flowers, and several abnormal…

"Toad-flax (Linaria vulgaris). Abnormal flowers (pelories), having five or more spurs. Normal, one-spurred buds are shown in A." -Gager, 1916

Common Toadflax

"Toad-flax (Linaria vulgaris). Abnormal flowers (pelories), having five or more spurs. Normal, one-spurred…

The Toadshade (Trillium sessile) is a spring wildflower in the Melanthiaceae family of herbs and trilliums.

Toadshade

The Toadshade (Trillium sessile) is a spring wildflower in the Melanthiaceae family of herbs and trilliums.

Tobacco has been cultivated since the early 1800's.

Tobacco

Tobacco has been cultivated since the early 1800's.

Tobacco plant

Tobacco

Tobacco plant