The Flower Anatomy ClipArt gallery includes 363 illustrations of the parts of a flower.

A pistillate flower of Moonseed.

Flower

A pistillate flower of Moonseed.

the Larkspur has unsymmetrical flowers.

Flower

the Larkspur has unsymmetrical flowers.

the Larkspur has unsymmetrical flowers.

Flower

the Larkspur has unsymmetrical flowers.

The flower of the Violet.

Flower

The flower of the Violet.

The flower of the Violet.

Flower

The flower of the Violet.

The corolla of the Morning Glory.

Flower

The corolla of the Morning Glory.

The calyx of the Morning Glory.

Flower

The calyx of the Morning Glory.

In the Stramonium, the five sepals are united into a cup or tube.

Flower

In the Stramonium, the five sepals are united into a cup or tube.

In the Honeysuckle the sepals fuse to form a tube.

Flower

In the Honeysuckle the sepals fuse to form a tube.

In the Harebell, the tube is wide and the border spreads like a bell.

Flower

In the Harebell, the tube is wide and the border spreads like a bell.

In Phlox, the tube spreads suddenly into a flat boder.

Flower

In Phlox, the tube spreads suddenly into a flat boder.

The stamens are united in this Lobelia.

Flower

The stamens are united in this Lobelia.

The stamens are united in this Mallow.

Flower

The stamens are united in this Mallow.

Half of a Hawthorn blossom.

Flower

Half of a Hawthorn blossom.

Half of a Cherry blossom.

Flower

Half of a Cherry blossom.

Half of a Morning-glory blossom.

Flower

Half of a Morning-glory blossom.

Flowers and leaf of Dicentra, in the herb family,(Gray, 1858).

Flower

Flowers and leaf of Dicentra, in the herb family,(Gray, 1858).

Flower of Dicentra, in the herb family,(Gray, 1858).

Flower

Flower of Dicentra, in the herb family,(Gray, 1858).

Flower of Mustard, (Gray, 1858).

Flower

Flower of Mustard, (Gray, 1858).

Flower of Frostweed, (Gray, 1858).

Flower

Flower of Frostweed, (Gray, 1858).

The Common Flax flower, of the Order Linaceae, cut in half.

Flower

The Common Flax flower, of the Order Linaceae, cut in half.

The flower of a Buckthorn.

Flower

The flower of a Buckthorn.

The flower of a Buckhorn, cut in half.

Flower

The flower of a Buckhorn, cut in half.

Ovary of the Honeysuckle.

Flower

Ovary of the Honeysuckle.

Piece of Madder flower, cut in half.

Flower

Piece of Madder flower, cut in half.

Alder Buckthorn (Rhomnus Frangula). B, Flower. C, same in section.

Flower

Alder Buckthorn (Rhomnus Frangula). B, Flower. C, same in section.

Compound flower anatomy. 7, flower, palate removed.

Flower

Compound flower anatomy. 7, flower, palate removed.

Vertical section through flower.

Flower Anatomy

Vertical section through flower.

Compound flower anatomy. 6, flower.

Flower Example

Compound flower anatomy. 6, flower.

A shows the cross section of the ovary of the gooseberry flower is formed by two carpels joined near their edges. B shows the cross section of the ovary of potato formed by two carpels meeting in the middle.

Cross Section of Ovary of Flower of Gooseberry and Potato

A shows the cross section of the ovary of the gooseberry flower is formed by two carpels joined near…

The cross section of the ovary of the iris flower shows three carpels joined at center into a mass. The three parts are clearly traceable.

Cross Section of Ovary of Flower of Iris

The cross section of the ovary of the iris flower shows three carpels joined at center into a mass.…

"The parts of the flower. cal, calyx; cor, corolla; st, stamens; p, pistil." -Bergen, 1896

Flower Parts

"The parts of the flower. cal, calyx; cor, corolla; st, stamens; p, pistil." -Bergen, 1896

"Diagram to show the essential parts of a "flowering" plant. t.r., tap-root; cot. seed-leaf (cotyledon); i, internode; a.l, leaf-axil; n, node; a.b, axillary buud; r, receptacle of floral organs; ca, calyx; per, perianth; co, corolla; st, stamens (androecium); pi, pistil (gynoecium)." -Gager, 1916

Flower Parts

"Diagram to show the essential parts of a "flowering" plant. t.r., tap-root; cot. seed-leaf (cotyledon);…

Typical Forms of Corolla. 3, Unguiculate notched petal (pink).

Flower Petal

Typical Forms of Corolla. 3, Unguiculate notched petal (pink).

A flower at a younger stage.

Flower Stages

A flower at a younger stage.

Flower of Anemone, cut in half, (Gray, 1858).

Anemone Flower

Flower of Anemone, cut in half, (Gray, 1858).

Section of a flower of the Common Bluet, of the Order Rubiaceae.

Bluet Flower

Section of a flower of the Common Bluet, of the Order Rubiaceae.

Section of a flower of the Common Bluet, of the Order Rubiaceae.

Bluet Flower

Section of a flower of the Common Bluet, of the Order Rubiaceae.

Flower of nasturtium cut through the middle to show the spur (s) and the nectar (n).

Cross-section flower

Flower of nasturtium cut through the middle to show the spur (s) and the nectar (n).

Description of the parts of a flower.

Parts of a Flower

Description of the parts of a flower.

The parts of a flower.

Parts of a flower

The parts of a flower.

"Contains both stamens and pistils, and the flowers are said to be perfect." —Fuller, 1910

Perfect flower

"Contains both stamens and pistils, and the flowers are said to be perfect." —Fuller, 1910

Half of the flower of the common Purslane, (Gray, 1858).

Purslane Flower

Half of the flower of the common Purslane, (Gray, 1858).

A European plant which grows in stagnant or nearly stagnant water. It has long, sword-shaped leaves, and bears an umbel of large reddish flowers at the end of its long stalk. This illustration shows 1) a cross-section of a flower, and 2) the fruit of the flowering rush.

Flowering Rush

A European plant which grows in stagnant or nearly stagnant water. It has long, sword-shaped leaves,…

A drawing of flowers.

Flowers

A drawing of flowers.

Typical form of Corolla. 5, Epigynous (fool's parsley).

Fool's Parsley

Typical form of Corolla. 5, Epigynous (fool's parsley).

A form of a type of flower.

Form of Calyx in Compositae

A form of a type of flower.

This illustration shows a form of a stamen, the part of a flower that holds pollen for reproduction.

Form of Stamen

This illustration shows a form of a stamen, the part of a flower that holds pollen for reproduction.

This illustration shows a form of a stamen, the part of a flower that holds pollen for reproduction.

Form of Stamen

This illustration shows a form of a stamen, the part of a flower that holds pollen for reproduction.

This illustration shows a form of a stamen, the part of a flower that holds pollen for reproduction.

Form of Stamen

This illustration shows a form of a stamen, the part of a flower that holds pollen for reproduction.

"Diagram of the symmetrical trimerous flower of Fritillary, having three divisions of the two outer whorls, and of the pistil in the center, and six stamens in two rows." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Fritillary

"Diagram of the symmetrical trimerous flower of Fritillary, having three divisions of the two outer…

Cross section of the ovary of Frost-Weed (Helianthemum), with three parietal placenta, bearing ovules.

Ovary of Frost Weed

Cross section of the ovary of Frost-Weed (Helianthemum), with three parietal placenta, bearing ovules.

An illustration of fructification of the carrot flower. Fructification is a term used in the plant morphology to denote the generative parts of the plant (flower and fruit) (as opposed to its vegetative parts: trunk, roots and leaves). Sometimes it is applied more broadly to the generative parts of gymnosperms, ferns, horsetails, and lycophytes, though they produce neither fruit nor flower.

Fructification of Carrot Flower

An illustration of fructification of the carrot flower. Fructification is a term used in the plant morphology…

Fruit bursting from the Wild Geranium.

Fruit

Fruit bursting from the Wild Geranium.

Clematis vitalba. 1, fruit; 2, schenium.

Fruit

Clematis vitalba. 1, fruit; 2, schenium.

Composite, or compound flowers, form the largest of all botanical orders. 3, receptacle with fruit adhering.

Fruit Receptacle

Composite, or compound flowers, form the largest of all botanical orders. 3, receptacle with fruit adhering.

Compound flower anatomy. 9, fruit.

Fruits

Compound flower anatomy. 9, fruit.

An illustration of a fumitory flower anther. Fumaria is a genus of about fifty annual herbaceous flowering plants in the family Fumariaceae, native to temperate Europe and Asia, though some species are weedy or adventive in North and South America, Australia, etc. It is closely allied to Corydalis (from which it differs chiefly in having single-seeded fruits), and some botanists combine the two genera. The common name is fumitory.

Fumitory Flower Anther

An illustration of a fumitory flower anther. Fumaria is a genus of about fifty annual herbaceous flowering…

Typical Form of Corolla. 7, Campanulate corolla (hareball).

Hareball

Typical Form of Corolla. 7, Campanulate corolla (hareball).

Hawthorn-blossom in section; parts adnate to whole face of ovary. and with each other beyond; another grade of perigynous.

Hawthorn Blossom

Hawthorn-blossom in section; parts adnate to whole face of ovary. and with each other beyond; another…