Vertical section of the wild rose, or dog-rose.

Anatomy

Vertical section of the wild rose, or dog-rose.

Typical form of Corolla. 11, Rotate (borage).

Borage

Typical form of Corolla. 11, Rotate (borage).

A geranium branch. Geraniums can come in a variety of different colors.

Geranium Branch

A geranium branch. Geraniums can come in a variety of different colors.

Typical form of Corolla. 2, Polypetalous, regular (buttercup).

Buttercup

Typical form of Corolla. 2, Polypetalous, regular (buttercup).

Typical form of Corolla. 13, Cruciform (cabbage).

Cabbage

Typical form of Corolla. 13, Cruciform (cabbage).

Compound flower anatomy. 11, capitulum of cornflower.

Capitulum

Compound flower anatomy. 11, capitulum of cornflower.

Chenopodium olidum, or Wild Arrach, an herb. 1, flower.

Chenopodium

Chenopodium olidum, or Wild Arrach, an herb. 1, flower.

Chervil (Scandix cerefolium). 1, flower; 2, fruit.

Chervil

Chervil (Scandix cerefolium). 1, flower; 2, fruit.

Forms of cyme. 5, chickweed (dichotomous).

Chickweed

Forms of cyme. 5, chickweed (dichotomous).

Chicory. 1, Floret; 2, fruit.

Chicory

Chicory. 1, Floret; 2, fruit.

Christ's thorns (Paliurus aculeata). 1, Flower, 2, fruit.

Christ's Thorns

Christ's thorns (Paliurus aculeata). 1, Flower, 2, fruit.

A Christmas rose (Helleborus niger). 1, stamen; 2, section.

Christmas Rose

A Christmas rose (Helleborus niger). 1, stamen; 2, section.

Clove. 1, section of flower; 2, fruit.

Clove

Clove. 1, section of flower; 2, fruit.

Coca plant. 1, flower; 2, calyx and pistil; 3, petal; 4, fruit.

Coca

Coca plant. 1, flower; 2, calyx and pistil; 3, petal; 4, fruit.

Cocoa or Cacao. 1, flower; 2, pod; 3, section of pod.

Cocoa plant

Cocoa or Cacao. 1, flower; 2, pod; 3, section of pod.

Coconut palm. A, section of fruit; a, husk; b, shell; c, albumin; d, cavity; e, embryo; f, aperture of shell; g, rudimentary aperture; B, male flower; C, female flower.

Coconut Tree

Coconut palm. A, section of fruit; a, husk; b, shell; c, albumin; d, cavity; e, embryo; f, aperture…

Compound flower anatomy. 5, capitulum of nassauvia.

Compound Flower

Compound flower anatomy. 5, capitulum of nassauvia.

Compound flower anatomy. 8, corolla and andracium opened.

Compound Flower Anatomy

Compound flower anatomy. 8, corolla and andracium opened.

Typical form of corolla. 1, Gamopetalous, irregular, labiate (dead nettle).

Corolla Flower

Typical form of corolla. 1, Gamopetalous, irregular, labiate (dead nettle).

A cow-parsnip. 1, flower; 2, fruit; 3, carpel (section)

Cow-parsnip

A cow-parsnip. 1, flower; 2, fruit; 3, carpel (section)

Cow-wheat. 1, flower, side view; 2, flower posterior view.

Cow-wheat

Cow-wheat. 1, flower, side view; 2, flower posterior view.

A cowslip. 1, flower (section).

Cowslip

A cowslip. 1, flower (section).

Crimson Clover (Trifolium incarnatum).

Crimson Clover

Crimson Clover (Trifolium incarnatum).

Croton Tiglium. 1, male flower (section); 2, female; 3, fruit; 4, fruit (section)

Croton Tiglium

Croton Tiglium. 1, male flower (section); 2, female; 3, fruit; 4, fruit (section)

Custard apple (Anona reticulata). 1, flower, three outer petals removed; 2, fruit and section.

Custard Apple

Custard apple (Anona reticulata). 1, flower, three outer petals removed; 2, fruit and section.

Cyperus. 1, spikelet; 2, flower.

Cyperus

Cyperus. 1, spikelet; 2, flower.

Cytisus purpurens. 1, flower.

Cytisus purpurens

Cytisus purpurens. 1, flower.

Typical form of Corolla. 9, Tubular (daisy, disc floret).

Daisy

Typical form of Corolla. 9, Tubular (daisy, disc floret).

Typical form of Corolla. 12, Ligulate (daisy, ray floret).

Daisy Floret

Typical form of Corolla. 12, Ligulate (daisy, ray floret).

Endocarp with seed

Endocarp

Endocarp with seed

Composite, or compound flowers, form the largest of all botanical orders. 2, floret.

Floret

Composite, or compound flowers, form the largest of all botanical orders. 2, floret.

Compound flower anatomy. 12, floret.

Floret Anatomy

Compound flower anatomy. 12, floret.

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 flower at a younger stage.

Flower Stages

A flower at a younger stage.

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.

Typical forms of corolla. 10, Urceolate (heath).

Heath

Typical forms of corolla. 10, Urceolate (heath).

A term used in botany referring to a case when a collection of hairs unite to form a cup inclosing the stigma of a flower; the scale or shield covering the fruit-spot of the fern.

Indusium

A term used in botany referring to a case when a collection of hairs unite to form a cup inclosing the…

Compound flower anatomy. 13, neuter floret.

Neuter Floret

Compound flower anatomy. 13, neuter floret.

Typical forms of Corolla. 18, Papillionaceou (pea).

Pea

Typical forms of Corolla. 18, Papillionaceou (pea).

Typical forms of Corolla. 6, Perigynous (peach).

Peach

Typical forms of Corolla. 6, Perigynous (peach).

Typical form of Corolla. 4, Hypogynous petals (buttercup).

Petal

Typical form of Corolla. 4, Hypogynous petals (buttercup).

Typical form of Corolla. 16, Caryophyllaceous (pink).

Pink Flower

Typical form of Corolla. 16, Caryophyllaceous (pink).

Typical forms of Corolla. 14, Salver-shaped (primrose).

Primrose

Typical forms of Corolla. 14, Salver-shaped (primrose).

Forms of cyme. 4, Privet (panicled).

Privet

Forms of cyme. 4, Privet (panicled).

Red clover (Trifolium pratense).

Red Clover

Red clover (Trifolium pratense).

Typical forms of Corolla.  17, Rosaceous (rose).

Rose Example

Typical forms of Corolla. 17, Rosaceous (rose).

Composite, or compound flower, from one of the largest botanical orders. 4, single fruit.

Single Fruit

Composite, or compound flower, from one of the largest botanical orders. 4, single fruit.

Compound flower anatomy. 10, stamens.

Stamen

Compound flower anatomy. 10, stamens.

Flower anatomy. A, sectional view of a flower showing the vertical disposition of whorls. a, sepal of calyx; b, petal of corolla; c, filament of stamen; d, anther of stamen; e, ovary of pistil; f, style of pistil; g, stigma of pistil. B, Plan of the typical flower of an exogenous plant showing the horizontal disposition of its parts. a, sepal; b, petal; c, c, stamens in two different whorls; d, carpel or ovary, inclosing an ovule, attached by its funiculs.  C, Various parts of a clove. a, flower of the clove or pink; b, vertical and middle sections of flowers; c, flower showing its male and female portions - six stamen, four large, two small; d, one of the petals; e horizontal section of the ovary showing the insertion of the ovules; f, fruit at the moment of expansion; g, seed, with its funiculus; h, vertical section of seed and its embryonic contents; i, the embryo; k, horizontal section of the embryo and its contents.

Structure of a Flower

Flower anatomy. A, sectional view of a flower showing the vertical disposition of whorls. a, sepal of…

Typical form of Corolla. 15, Spurred (violet, lower petal).

Violet Petal

Typical form of Corolla. 15, Spurred (violet, lower petal).