The flower of Arrudea clusioides from the family Clusiaceae.

Arrudea

The flower of Arrudea clusioides from the family Clusiaceae.

Tubers of Helianthus tuberosus, called "artichoke."

Artichoke

Tubers of Helianthus tuberosus, called "artichoke."

Arum maculatum: "A single fruit divided vertically, so as to show the seeds in situ. A perpendicular section of one of the seeds." -Lindley, 1853

Wild Arum Fruit and Seed

Arum maculatum: "A single fruit divided vertically, so as to show the seeds in situ. A perpendicular…

"1. Spathe of Arum maculatum; 2. its spadix loaded with flowers; 3. an anther; 4. a transverse section of an ovary; 5. a cluster of ripe fruits; 6. a seed; 7. a section of the same, showing the embryo." -Lindley, 1853

Wild Arum

"1. Spathe of Arum maculatum; 2. its spadix loaded with flowers; 3. an anther; 4. a transverse section…

Arum maculatum or the wild arum is a woodland plant of the Araceae family.

Wild Arum

Arum maculatum or the wild arum is a woodland plant of the Araceae family.

"Shields of Baeomyces rufus." -Lindley, 1853

Asci

"Shields of Baeomyces rufus." -Lindley, 1853

Aseroe pentactina is a species of mushroom from the Phallaceae family.

Aseroe

Aseroe pentactina is a species of mushroom from the Phallaceae family.

"Accidental manner of producing a jointed stem in Aspasia epidendroides." -Lindley, 1853

Aspasia

"Accidental manner of producing a jointed stem in Aspasia epidendroides." -Lindley, 1853

The female flowers of a catkin from the Common Aspen (Populus tremula).

Common Aspen

The female flowers of a catkin from the Common Aspen (Populus tremula).

A genus of Mucedines (Hyphomycetous fungi) forming common molds, such as the blue of cheese. Aspergillus has been found to produce a secondary form of fruit, being that forming the subject of the genus Eurotium.

Aspergillus Glaucus

A genus of Mucedines (Hyphomycetous fungi) forming common molds, such as the blue of cheese. Aspergillus…

A genus of Mucedines (Hyphomycetous fungi) forming common molds, such as the blue of cheese. Aspergillus has been found to produce a secondary form of fruit, being that forming the subject of the genus Eurotium.

Aspergillus Glaucus

A genus of Mucedines (Hyphomycetous fungi) forming common molds, such as the blue of cheese. Aspergillus…

A genus of Mucedines (Hyphomycetous fungi) forming common molds, such as the blue of cheese. Aspergillus has been found to produce a secondary form of fruit, being that forming the subject of the genus Eurotium.

Aspergillus Glaucus

A genus of Mucedines (Hyphomycetous fungi) forming common molds, such as the blue of cheese. Aspergillus…

A genus of Mucedines (Hyphomycetous fungi) forming common molds, such as the blue of cheese. Aspergillus has been found to produce a secondary form of fruit, being that forming the subject of the genus Eurotium. Magnified thread.

Aspergillus Glaucus

A genus of Mucedines (Hyphomycetous fungi) forming common molds, such as the blue of cheese. Aspergillus…

"7. Asterostemma repandum; 8. its coronet; 9. its pollen masses." -Lindley, 1853

Asterostemma

"7. Asterostemma repandum; 8. its coronet; 9. its pollen masses." -Lindley, 1853

"Athamanta cervariaefolia. 1. a separate flower, with hairy petals; 2. a petal by itself; 3. a ripe fruit with the two carpels or mericarps separating from the double carpopod or axis; 4. a seed deprived of its integuments, and divided vertically, so as to show the position of the embryo." -Lindley, 1853

Athamantha

"Athamanta cervariaefolia. 1. a separate flower, with hairy petals; 2. a petal by itself; 3. a ripe…

An auxiliary bud, concealed under the hollowed base of the leafstalk, in Buttonwood or Plane-tree.

Auxiliary Bud

An auxiliary bud, concealed under the hollowed base of the leafstalk, in Buttonwood or Plane-tree.

The Azalea is a genus of plants that belongs to the health family. There are 100 species that have wonderful, fragrant flowers.

Azalea

The Azalea is a genus of plants that belongs to the health family. There are 100 species that have wonderful,…

"Lophira alata. a an anther; b a perpendicular section of an ovary; e a fruit; d a perpendicular section of a fruit." -Lindley, 1853

Azobe

"Lophira alata. a an anther; b a perpendicular section of an ovary; e a fruit; d a perpendicular section…

Small plant of Azolla Caroliniana.

Azolla Caroliniana

Small plant of Azolla Caroliniana.

Small plant of Azolla Caroliniana, showing two kinds of sporocarp; the small ones contain microspores.

Azolla Caroliniana

Small plant of Azolla Caroliniana, showing two kinds of sporocarp; the small ones contain microspores.

Small plant of Azolla Caroliniana, showing a sporocarp; the small ones contain microspores.

Azolla Caroliniana

Small plant of Azolla Caroliniana, showing a sporocarp; the small ones contain microspores.

A larger sporocarp of the Azolla Caroliniana, more magnified.

Azolla Caroliniana

A larger sporocarp of the Azolla Caroliniana, more magnified.

A larger sporocarp of the Azolla Caroliniana, more magnified and burst open, showing stalked spore-cases.

Azolla Caroliniana

A larger sporocarp of the Azolla Caroliniana, more magnified and burst open, showing stalked spore-cases.

Two sporoscopes of the Azolla Caroliniana; one of them bursting shows four contained macrospores between the two, three of these spores highly magnified.

Azolla Caroliniana

Two sporoscopes of the Azolla Caroliniana; one of them bursting shows four contained macrospores between…

"Impatiens macrochila; 2. a diagram of its flower; 3. its stamens; 4. fruit of I. Balsamina (rose balsam); 5. its embryo." -Lindley, 1853

Large-Lipped Balsam

"Impatiens macrochila; 2. a diagram of its flower; 3. its stamens; 4. fruit of I. Balsamina (rose balsam);…

The tree that produces the tropical fruit banana.

Banana

The tree that produces the tropical fruit banana.

This banner contains images of birds, horns, flowers and leaves.

Banner

This banner contains images of birds, horns, flowers and leaves.

Section of a seed of Barberry, showing the straight embryo in the middle of the albumen.

Barberry

Section of a seed of Barberry, showing the straight embryo in the middle of the albumen.

Shoot of common Barberry, showing transition of foliage-leaves to spines.

Barberry

Shoot of common Barberry, showing transition of foliage-leaves to spines.

"Berberis vulgaris. 1. stamen; 2. perpendicular section of a pistil with one stamen and one petal adhering; 3. cross section of the fruit; 4. 5. perpendicular section of the seed of B. bulgaris and B. Aquifolium." -Lindley, 1853

European Barberry

"Berberis vulgaris. 1. stamen; 2. perpendicular section of a pistil with one stamen and one petal adhering;…

"The imitation log baskets are made of the same material as the common flower pots, and painted in imitation of a log; therefore it is necessary to be careful not to water them too much."—Heinrich, 1887

Log Basket

"The imitation log baskets are made of the same material as the common flower pots, and painted in imitation…

A rustic basket that is generally hanged from the ceiling and used to hold plants.

Rustic Basket

A rustic basket that is generally hanged from the ceiling and used to hold plants.

Magnified wood-cells of the bark (bast-cells) of Basswood, one and part of another.

Basswood

Magnified wood-cells of the bark (bast-cells) of Basswood, one and part of another.

Magnified wood-cells of the bark (bast-cells) of Basswood, one and part of another.

Basswood

Magnified wood-cells of the bark (bast-cells) of Basswood, one and part of another.

A palm tree that is commonly found in Australia and New Zealand. They tend to reach about 32 feet, and the fruits grown turn bright red when ripe.

Rhopalostylis Baueri

A palm tree that is commonly found in Australia and New Zealand. They tend to reach about 32 feet, and…

A conservatory with numerous plants near the bay window.

Bay Window Conservatory

A conservatory with numerous plants near the bay window.

Bean plant

Bean Plant

Bean plant

"5. locusta of Polypogon monspeliensis; 6. paleae, &c. of the same." -Lindley, 1853

Annual Beard Grass

"5. locusta of Polypogon monspeliensis; 6. paleae, &c. of the same." -Lindley, 1853

"Callicarpa longifolia. 1. flower opened longitudinally; 2. part of fruit of C. americana; 3. its seed." -Lindley, 1853

Beautyberry

"Callicarpa longifolia. 1. flower opened longitudinally; 2. part of fruit of C. americana; 3. its seed."…

"Fagus sylvatica; 1. male catkins; 2. female do.; 3. the latter, with the scales of the involucre stripped off to show the ovaries at the apex; 4. a male flower; 5. a half-grown male with the involucre, now consisting of consolidated scales, forced back; 6. a ripe involucre opening and exposing the nuts; 7. a transverse section of a ripe nut; 8. the same of a young ovary." -Lindley, 1853

Common Beech

"Fagus sylvatica; 1. male catkins; 2. female do.; 3. the latter, with the scales of the involucre stripped…

A Beech-nut, cut across.

Beech-nut

A Beech-nut, cut across.

Beginning germination of the Beech, showing the plumule growing before the cotyledons have opened or the root has scarcely formed.

Beech-nut Germination

Beginning germination of the Beech, showing the plumule growing before the cotyledons have opened or…

Older beech with the plumule-leaves developing, and elevated on a long internodes.

Beech-nut Germination Older

Older beech with the plumule-leaves developing, and elevated on a long internodes.

"Casuarina female; 2. male; 3. male flower; 4. female flower; 5. the ripe valves of the calyx, from which the fruit has been taken; 6. a section of the half ripe ovary; 7. a section of the fruit showing the seed and embryo." -Lindley, 1853

Beefwood

"Casuarina female; 2. male; 3. male flower; 4. female flower; 5. the ripe valves of the calyx, from…

A leaf-cutting of begonia, well started.

Leaf-cutting of a begonia

A leaf-cutting of begonia, well started.

"Wahlenbergia procumbens. 1. an entire flower; 2. stamens; 3. a stigma; 4. transverse section of the ovary; 5. a vertical section of a seed, showing the embryo." -Lindley, 1853

Bellflower

"Wahlenbergia procumbens. 1. an entire flower; 2. stamens; 3. a stigma; 4. transverse section of the…

"9. locusta of Cynodon dactylon; 10. paleae, and abortive floret of the same." -Lindley, 1853

Bermuda Grass

"9. locusta of Cynodon dactylon; 10. paleae, and abortive floret of the same." -Lindley, 1853

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

Berry

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

"Berrya ammonilla. 1. a flower; 2. the ovary and two stamens; 3. a cross section of the ovary; 4. a perpendicular section of it; 5. a portion of its fruit." -Lindley, 1853

Berrya

"Berrya ammonilla. 1. a flower; 2. the ovary and two stamens; 3. a cross section of the ovary; 4. a…

A plant which produces brightly-colored fruits, approximately 1.5 inches in diameter. They generally grow up to 20 feet in height, and are native to Europe.

Pyrus Malus Bertini

A plant which produces brightly-colored fruits, approximately 1.5 inches in diameter. They generally…

"Pistacia atlantica. 1. male flowers; 2. an ovary; 3. the same cut open to show the ovule; 4. a ripe fruit opened to show the seed; 5. a cross section of the embryo; 6. female flowers." -Lindley, 1853

Betoum

"Pistacia atlantica. 1. male flowers; 2. an ovary; 3. the same cut open to show the ovule; 4. a ripe…

"1. capsule of Bignonia echinata (Pithecolobium Aubletii); 2. the same with the valves removed and the placenta remaining covered with seeds." -Lindley, 1853

Bignonia Fruit

"1. capsule of Bignonia echinata (Pithecolobium Aubletii); 2. the same with the valves removed and the…

"Thuja orientalis; 1. a magnified fragment of a branch bearing a cone of male flowers; 2. a portion of a female branch; 3, 4. scales with naked ovules; 5. a vertical section of a ripe seed." -Lindley, 1853

Biota

"Thuja orientalis; 1. a magnified fragment of a branch bearing a cone of male flowers; 2. a portion…

Catkin or ament of birch.

Birch

Catkin or ament of birch.

"Betula lenta. 1. male flowers; 2. female flowers; 3. perpendicular section of a ripe fruit; 4. transverse section of it." -Lindley, 1853

Sweet Birch

"Betula lenta. 1. male flowers; 2. female flowers; 3. perpendicular section of a ripe fruit; 4. transverse…

"Male and female catkins of Betula alba." -Lindley, 1853

White Birch

"Male and female catkins of Betula alba." -Lindley, 1853

A decorative divider with leaves and birds.

Bird Divider

A decorative divider with leaves and birds.

Seed of Bitter Cress, Barbarea, cut across to show the accumbent cotyledons.

Bitter Cress

Seed of Bitter Cress, Barbarea, cut across to show the accumbent cotyledons.

Whole embryo of Bitter Cress, Barbarea.

Bitter Cress

Whole embryo of Bitter Cress, Barbarea.

Section of a part of a blackberry.

Blackberry

Section of a part of a blackberry.