"A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush." Its better to have a small advantage rather than a greater…
A tree whose wood is soft and red. It is a wetland tree that grows throughout the Americas, Europe and…
A tree with white blossoms that are very aromatic. As an herb, it is used for culianry and medicinal…
A tree with pinkish blossoms whose fruit is very fiborous. It is native to Asia and Africa but is grown…
The pink blossom of an almond tree.
The fruit of an almond tree.
The branch of an Amelanchier obovalis tree, native to North America.
The typical representation of banana on a topographical map.
Kentucky blue-grass, grown from a single seed. Strongly stoloniferous.
Low woody perennial plant bearing blueberry fruit.
The typical representation of cactus on a topographical map.
Also known as Myrica californica. A small tree native to the Pacific Coast of North America.
A red clover plant. It does not reproduce except from seed.
Also known as Crataegus crus-galli. The branch of a Cockspur Thorn shrub, native to eastern North America.
Yucca with long tough leaves, commonly used for medicinal purposes.
This plant is also known as the madasgascar jasmine, which feature dark leaves; sometimes waxy.
A species of perennial evergreen belonging to the century plant family.
Also known as Yucca schottii. A branch from the Hoary Yucca, a species of plant from the agave family.
The Holywood or Lignum Vitae (Guaiacum sanctum) is a plant in the Zygophyllaceae family of caltrops.…
The Horticultural Hall.
This is a type of shrub, usually bearing bell shaped flowers.
There was an old man who said, "Hush!; I perceive a young bird in this bush!"; When they said, "Is it…
The typical representation of orchard on a topographical map.
The horneo oven-bird, which builds its nest out of clay, straw, and dried vegetation.
A pair of great American horned owls, sitting on the ground.
A large pea plant.
Perennial shrub of the agavee family, known for evergreen rosettes.
A strong-scented herbaceous plant of the genus Ruta, nat. order Rutacae, a native of S. Europe, but…
"Pasture Sage-brush (Artemisia frigida). a, leaf; b, flower-head; c, fertile flower; d, marginal flower."…
These are natives of the eastern sides of North America.
Wormwood from North America which is used in brewing beer.
An extra early White Bush Squash.
This shrub has oval leathery leaves and small white flowers. It is a common landscaping plant.
Plant member of the lily family, known for a lump of pointed leaves and flowering stalk.
A shrub that is native to Europe, northwest Africa, and western Asia. It reaches up to 13 feet in height,…
The branch of a Yucca macrocarpa, a species of agave plant.