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

A widely cultivated plant of the nightshade order, and belonging to the genus nicotiana.

Tobacco

A widely cultivated plant of the nightshade order, and belonging to the genus nicotiana.

The plant that produces tobacco leaves used in the production of smoking tobacco.

Tobacco

The plant that produces tobacco leaves used in the production of smoking tobacco.

"A plant of the nightshade family, extensively cultivated for its leaves, which are used for smoking and chewing and for snuff." -Foster, 1921

Tobacco

"A plant of the nightshade family, extensively cultivated for its leaves, which are used for smoking…

The tobacco plant is used in the manufacture of cigars, cigarettes, snuff, and pipe and chewing tobacco. It is a member of the nightshade family.

Tobacco Plant

The tobacco plant is used in the manufacture of cigars, cigarettes, snuff, and pipe and chewing tobacco.…

This shrub has oval leathery leaves and small white flowers. It is a common landscaping plant.

Pittosporum Tobira

This shrub has oval leathery leaves and small white flowers. It is a common landscaping plant.

"Toddalia floribunda. 1. a flower; 2. a pair of carpels, one of which shows its ovule; 3. fruits; 4. a perpendicular section of one of them." -Lindley, 1853

Toddalia

"Toddalia floribunda. 1. a flower; 2. a pair of carpels, one of which shows its ovule; 3. fruits; 4.…

Currant tomato is also known as German raisin tomato. The fruits are small and red, currant like. It is native to South America.

Currant Tomato

Currant tomato is also known as German raisin tomato. The fruits are small and red, currant like. It…

Plant belonging to a taxonomic genus, of the Adoxaceae family.

Viburnum Tomentosum

Plant belonging to a taxonomic genus, of the Adoxaceae family.

"Tonina fluviatilis. 1. male flower; 2. centre of do.; 3. female and male flowers; 4. section of ripe fruit; 5. seed; 6. section of do." -Lindley, 1853

Tonina fluviatilis

"Tonina fluviatilis. 1. male flower; 2. centre of do.; 3. female and male flowers; 4. section of ripe…

"Salvadora persica. 1. flower; 2. a section of its fruit." -Lindley, 1853

Toothbrush Tree

"Salvadora persica. 1. flower; 2. a section of its fruit." -Lindley, 1853

This illustration shows a close up of the plant tradescantia. It shows the delicate character of the cells and the raised stoma of this shade plant.

Tradescantia

This illustration shows a close up of the plant tradescantia. It shows the delicate character of the…

A plant with a rosette of root leaves, from which rises a naked scape bearing a corymb of rather large white flowers. The leaves are covered in fine irritable hair, and when touched by a fly or other insect the lobes of the leaf suddenly close on the insect and capture it

Venus Fly Trap

A plant with a rosette of root leaves, from which rises a naked scape bearing a corymb of rather large…

Ornamental plant belonging to the Plantaginaceaea family, native to parts of New Zealand.

Veronica Traversii

Ornamental plant belonging to the Plantaginaceaea family, native to parts of New Zealand.

Plant member of the lily family, known for a lump of pointed leaves and flowering stalk.

Yucca Treculeana

Plant member of the lily family, known for a lump of pointed leaves and flowering stalk.

"It is a very large tree, the trunk being sometimes three feet in diameter, although it is of little is as a timber tree, the wood being spongy." -Lupton

The Gutta-percha tree

"It is a very large tree, the trunk being sometimes three feet in diameter, although it is of little…

Plant with purple spotted flowers.

Sparaxis Tricolor

Plant with purple spotted flowers.

Herb belonging to the Tropaeolaceae, native to the America tropics.

Tropaeolum Tricolor

Herb belonging to the Tropaeolaceae, native to the America tropics.

European herb, integrated from garden pansies.

Viola Tricolor

European herb, integrated from garden pansies.

This plant is native to several parts of North America, including areas in south Florida.

Staphylea Trifolia

This plant is native to several parts of North America, including areas in south Florida.

This shrub can grow in excess of six feet, featuring glossy dark leaves.

Triphasia Trifolia

This shrub can grow in excess of six feet, featuring glossy dark leaves.

"Stylidium calcaratum. 1. anthers and stigma, forming the point of the column; 2. capsule split open; 3. seed." -Lindley, 1853

Book Triggerplant

"Stylidium calcaratum. 1. anthers and stigma, forming the point of the column; 2. capsule split open;…

The very short rootstock and strong terminal bud of a Trillium or Birthroot.

Trillium

The very short rootstock and strong terminal bud of a Trillium or Birthroot.

Inflourescences not expanded; the lower pistillate portion breaking up into bony, bead-like joints.

Tripsacum

Inflourescences not expanded; the lower pistillate portion breaking up into bony, bead-like joints.

"Coiling of petiole of dwarf tropaeolum." -Bergen, 1896

Tropaeolum

"Coiling of petiole of dwarf tropaeolum." -Bergen, 1896

Both asters have hemispherical formed heads. The colors vary. These flowers are vigorous upright growers.

Truffaut's Peony Perfection

Both asters have hemispherical formed heads. The colors vary. These flowers are vigorous upright growers.

"Collomia gracilis. 1. calyx and corolla; 2. pistil; 3. cross section of a ripe seed-vessel." -Lindley, 1853

Trumpet

"Collomia gracilis. 1. calyx and corolla; 2. pistil; 3. cross section of a ripe seed-vessel." -Lindley,…

The popular name of several flowering vines, which have a woody stem and bear flowers formed like a trumpet.

Trumpet Flower

The popular name of several flowering vines, which have a woody stem and bear flowers formed like a…

Trumpet honeysuckle is the common name of lonicera sempervirens. The flowers are scarlet or orange-scarlet, rarely yellow. The flowers bloom May to September.

Trumpet Honeysuckle

Trumpet honeysuckle is the common name of lonicera sempervirens. The flowers are scarlet or orange-scarlet,…

A winged seed of the Trumpet-Creeper.

Trumpet-Creeper

A winged seed of the Trumpet-Creeper.

Ending abruptly as if cut off.

Truncate

Ending abruptly as if cut off.

An enlarged, persistent style base often found on the summit of the fruits of sedges.

Tubercle

An enlarged, persistent style base often found on the summit of the fruits of sedges.

This illustration shows tubercles formed on roots of lupine by nitrogen fixing bacteria.

Tubercles

This illustration shows tubercles formed on roots of lupine by nitrogen fixing bacteria.

An ornamental bulbous plant, native to tropical America and Asia, and cultivated in gardens for its fragrant white flowers.

Tuberose

An ornamental bulbous plant, native to tropical America and Asia, and cultivated in gardens for its…

"Tuberose (Polianthus) is a genus of plants of the natural order Liliaceæ. The plant is in high esteem for the beauty and fragrance of its flowers, the odor of which is most powerful after sunset. The fading flowers emit, in certain states of the atmosphere, an electric light and sparks. The native country of the tuberose is Mexico. They are very extensively grown by American and British florists, who, by planting the roots successionally, manage to keep up a supply of flowers at all seasons. There are several varieties."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Double Tuberose

"Tuberose (Polianthus) is a genus of plants of the natural order Liliaceæ. The plant is in high…

The Tuberous Grass Pink (Calopogon tuberosus) is an orchid native to the eastern United States from as far southwest as Texas and Oklahoma and southeast to the Florida Everglades to as far northeast as Maine and as far northwest as Minnesota. It is listed as an endangered species by the states of Illinois, Kentucky, and Maryland, and as exploitably vulnerable by New York. In Canada it is found in the provinces of Nova Scotia, Ontario and Quebec. It also is found in Cuba and the Bahamas.

Tuberous Grass Pink

The Tuberous Grass Pink (Calopogon tuberosus) is an orchid native to the eastern United States from…

The Tuberous Grass Pink (Calopogon tuberosus) is an orchid native to the eastern United States from as far southwest as Texas and Oklahoma and southeast to the Florida Everglades to as far northeast as Maine and as far northwest as Minnesota. It is listed as an endangered species by the states of Illinois, Kentucky, and Maryland, and as exploitably vulnerable by New York. In Canada it is found in the provinces of Nova Scotia, Ontario and Quebec. It also is found in Cuba and the Bahamas.

Tuberous Grass Pink

The Tuberous Grass Pink (Calopogon tuberosus) is an orchid native to the eastern United States from…

Bulbet-like tubers, such as are occasionally formed on the stem of a Potato-plant above ground.

Tubers

Bulbet-like tubers, such as are occasionally formed on the stem of a Potato-plant above ground.

A tudor rose.

Tudor Rose

A tudor rose.

A genus of bulbous plants of the lily family, including several hundred species.

Tulip

A genus of bulbous plants of the lily family, including several hundred species.

This illustration shows a verticle section of the bulb of te tulip, showing its stem (a) and buds (b, c).

Tulip

This illustration shows a verticle section of the bulb of te tulip, showing its stem (a) and buds (b,…

A bulbous plant with showy flowers and lanceolate leaves.

Tulip

A bulbous plant with showy flowers and lanceolate leaves.

"Tulip bulb; longitudinal section. F, solid stem; B, flower bud; S, leaf-bases serving as bud-scales, and also for the storage of plant food." -Gager, 1916

Tulip Bulb

"Tulip bulb; longitudinal section. F, solid stem; B, flower bud; S, leaf-bases serving as bud-scales,…

The female reproductive organ, pistil, of a Tulip.

Tulip Pistil

The female reproductive organ, pistil, of a Tulip.

Blooming tulips featuring large flowers.

Darwin Tulip

Blooming tulips featuring large flowers.

This plant belongs to the Liliaceae, native t Asia.

Garden Tulip

This plant belongs to the Liliaceae, native t Asia.

This perennial belongs to the Tulipa, native to south Europe.

Parrot Tulip

This perennial belongs to the Tulipa, native to south Europe.

A type of tulip, which is by far the finest in color.

Parrot Tulip

A type of tulip, which is by far the finest in color.

Tulips, the warmest of spring flowers

Tulips

Tulips, the warmest of spring flowers

Turban lily and European Turk's cap lily are the common names of lilium martagon. The flowers are a dull, deep purplish red spotted with purplish black. The flowers bloom from late June to July.

Turban Lily

Turban lily and European Turk's cap lily are the common names of lilium martagon. The flowers are a…

Top shaped or conical with the broad end uppermost.

Turbinate

Top shaped or conical with the broad end uppermost.

"Turnera genistoides. 1. a flower cut open; 2. a section of the ovary; 3. a seed; 4. a section of it." -Lindley, 1853

Turnera

"Turnera genistoides. 1. a flower cut open; 2. a section of the ovary; 3. a seed; 4. a section of it."…

Corm of Indian Turnip.

Turnip

Corm of Indian Turnip.

The twig-rush, a characteristic plant of the bogs of the northeastern United States.

The Twig Rush

The twig-rush, a characteristic plant of the bogs of the northeastern United States.

Two flowered pea is the common name of lathyrus grandiflorus. It is native to southern Europe. The flowers bloom in June and July. The flowers are rose purple.

Two Flowered Pea

Two flowered pea is the common name of lathyrus grandiflorus. It is native to southern Europe. The flowers…

Sheaths abruptly contracted to blade of leaf; leaves without keels.

Typha

Sheaths abruptly contracted to blade of leaf; leaves without keels.

"Umbels.--The round tuft of flowers produced by the carrot, &c." -Newman, 1850

Umbel

"Umbels.--The round tuft of flowers produced by the carrot, &c." -Newman, 1850

A plant showing compound umbel.

Compound Umbel

A plant showing compound umbel.

"Flower and fruit of Umbelliferae. A, flower of Foeniculum; B, fruit of Heracleum; C, fruit of Heracleum, cross-section; o (in A), ovary; d, disk; sg, stigma; s, stamens; o (in B, and C), oil-tubes; r, ribs. A, B, and C all enlarged." -Bergen, 1896

Umbelliferae

"Flower and fruit of Umbelliferae. A, flower of Foeniculum; B, fruit of Heracleum; C, fruit of Heracleum,…

Umbrella plant is the common name of cyperus alternifolius. The plant grows one to four feet tall. The plant is native to Madagascar.

Umbrella Plant

Umbrella plant is the common name of cyperus alternifolius. The plant grows one to four feet tall. The…

With a wavy margin.

Undulate

With a wavy margin.