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

Flower of a Violet

Violet

Flower of a Violet

Anatropous ovule of a Violet

Violet

Anatropous ovule of a Violet

Seed of a Violet (anatropous): <em>a</em>, hilum; <em>b</em>, rhaphe; <em>c</em>, chalaza.

Violet

Seed of a Violet (anatropous): a, hilum; b, rhaphe; c, chalaza.

"A violet with cleistogamous flowers. The objects which look like flower-buds are cleistogamous flowers in various stages of development. The pods are the fruit of similar flowers. The plant is represented as it appears in late July or August, after the ordinary flowers have disappeared." -Bergen, 1896

Violet

"A violet with cleistogamous flowers. The objects which look like flower-buds are cleistogamous flowers…

"Corynostylis Hybanthus. 1. a set of stamens, each having the connective lengthened beyond the anther, in the form of a scale; 2. a spurred petal; 3. a transverse section of an ovary, showing the three parietal placentae; 4. a ripe fruit; 5. an embryo." -Lindley, 1853

Violet

"Corynostylis Hybanthus. 1. a set of stamens, each having the connective lengthened beyond the anther,…

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the arrow-leaved violet or Viola sagittata.

Arrow-Leaved Violet

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the arrow-leaved violet or Viola sagittata.

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the blue violet or Viola papilionacea.

Blue Violet

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the blue violet or Viola papilionacea.

Violet of blue color.

Blue Violet

Violet of blue color.

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the Canada violet or Violaa canadensis.

Canada Violet

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the Canada violet or Violaa canadensis.

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the dog violet or Viola conspersa.

Dog Violet

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the dog violet or Viola conspersa.

An illustration of a dog violet plant and it's fruit. Viola canina (Heath Dog-violet or Heath Violet) is a species of the genus Viola, native to Europe, where it is found in heaths, fens, and moist woodlands, especially on acidic soils.

Dog Violet

An illustration of a dog violet plant and it's fruit. Viola canina (Heath Dog-violet or Heath Violet)…

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the downy yellow violet or Viola pubescens.

Downy Yellow Violet

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the downy yellow violet or Viola pubescens.

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the marsh violet or Viola palustris.

Marsh Violet

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the marsh violet or Viola palustris.

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the pale violet or Viola striata.

Pale Violet

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the pale violet or Viola striata.

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the round-leaved violet or Viola rotundifolia.

Round-Leaved Violet

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the round-leaved violet or Viola rotundifolia.

Section of seed of Violet; anatropous with straight axile embryo in the albumen.

Seed of Violet

Section of seed of Violet; anatropous with straight axile embryo in the albumen.

Of the violet family (Violaceae): left, sweet white violet (Viola blanda); right, lance-leaved violet (Viola lanceolata).

Sweet White Violet and Lance-Leaved Violet

Of the violet family (Violaceae): left, sweet white violet (Viola blanda); right, lance-leaved violet…

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the Viola palmata

V. Palmata

Of the violet family (Violaceae), the Viola palmata

Violets

Violets

Violets

A bed of violets

Violets

A bed of violets

Single flower

Viper's Bugloss

Single flower

Single flower

Viper's Bugloss

Single flower

Corolla split open

Viper's Bugloss

Corolla split open

One stamen

Viper's Bugloss

One stamen

Calyx surrounding nutlets

Viper's Bugloss

Calyx surrounding nutlets

Calyx surrounding nutlets

Viper's Bugloss

Calyx surrounding nutlets

Two nutlets

Viper's Bugloss

Two nutlets

Echium vulgare (Viper's Bugloss) is a species of Echium native to most of Europe, and western and central Asia. It is a biennial or monocarpic perennial plant growing to 30-80 cm tall, with rough, hairy, lanceolate leaves. The flowers start pink and turn vivid blue and are 15-20 mm in a branched spike, with all the stamens protruding. Stamens remain red and stand out against the blue flowers. It flowers between May and September. It is found in dry, bare and waste places.

Viper's Bugloss Flower

Echium vulgare (Viper's Bugloss) is a species of Echium native to most of Europe, and western and central…

Echium vulgare (Viper's Bugloss) is a species of Echium native to most of Europe, and western and central Asia. It is a biennial or monocarpic perennial plant growing to 30-80 cm tall, with rough, hairy, lanceolate leaves. The flowers start pink and turn vivid blue and are 15-20 mm in a branched spike, with all the stamens protruding. Stamens remain red and stand out against the blue flowers. It flowers between May and September. It is found in dry, bare and waste places.

Viper's Bugloss Inflorescence

Echium vulgare (Viper's Bugloss) is a species of Echium native to most of Europe, and western and central…

An illustration of the Gynaeceum of the viper's bugloss. Fr, ovary; g, base of style; h, honeyglands.

Gynaeceum of Viper's Bugloss

An illustration of the Gynaeceum of the viper's bugloss. Fr, ovary; g, base of style; h, honeyglands.

Valvate-induplicate aestivation of calyx of common Virgin's-bower.

Virgin's-bower

Valvate-induplicate aestivation of calyx of common Virgin's-bower.

Akene of Virgin's-bower, retaining the feathered style, which aids in dissemination.

Akene of Virgin's-bower

Akene of Virgin's-bower, retaining the feathered style, which aids in dissemination.

Piece of the stem of Virginia Creeper, bearing a leaf and a tendril.

Virginia Creeper

Piece of the stem of Virginia Creeper, bearing a leaf and a tendril.

Tips of a tendril, showing the disks by which they hold fast to walls.

Virginia Creeper Tendrils

Tips of a tendril, showing the disks by which they hold fast to walls.

Virginian cowslip and bluebells are the common names of <i>mertensia virginica</i>. The flowers are usually drooping more than the image indicates.

Virginian Cowslip

Virginian cowslip and bluebells are the common names of mertensia virginica. The flowers are usually…

This herb is a perennial found in north america, usually bearing redish flowers.

Silene Virginica

This herb is a perennial found in north america, usually bearing redish flowers.

Plant native to North America, featuring yellow leaves commonly used for medicinal purposes.

Veratrum Viride

Plant native to North America, featuring yellow leaves commonly used for medicinal purposes.

A greenish-yellow plant with small sweetly fragrant flowers. They are widely spread throughout the eastern half of South Africa.

Pittosporum Viridiflorum

A greenish-yellow plant with small sweetly fragrant flowers. They are widely spread throughout the eastern…

"Viviania crenata; 1. a flower; 2. a section of the ovary; 3. stamens and ovary." -Lindley, 1853

Viviania

"Viviania crenata; 1. a flower; 2. a section of the ovary; 3. stamens and ovary." -Lindley, 1853

Plant belonging to the Limonium genus; similar to statice, marsh-rosemary and plumbago's.

Limonium Vulgare

Plant belonging to the Limonium genus; similar to statice, marsh-rosemary and plumbago's.

A perennial herb commonly found in Eurasia, bears yellow flowers.

Tanacetum Vulgare

A perennial herb commonly found in Eurasia, bears yellow flowers.

A shrub that is native to Europe, northwest Africa, and western Asia. It reaches up to 13 feet in height, and is covered in small oval leaves and yellow flowers. The fruit produced on this shrub is sour, but edible, and rich in Vitamin C.

Berberis Vulgaris

A shrub that is native to Europe, northwest Africa, and western Asia. It reaches up to 13 feet in height,…

A lilac commonly found in Europe and North America.

Syringa Vulgaris

A lilac commonly found in Europe and North America.

Species of plant belonging to the Vitaceae.

Vitis Vulpina

Species of plant belonging to the Vitaceae.