437 illustrations of flowers and shrubs including: sabatia, safflower, saffron, sage, sainfoin, saltbush, sassafras, saururus, saxifrage, sedge, sesame, shad scale, shamrock, shooting star, skullcap, sloe, snakeroot, snapdragon, sneezeweed, snowberry, soapwort, sorrel, spurge, squash, St. John's wort, star of Bethlehem, starflower, stonecrop, strawberry, sumac, sundew, sundrops, and sunflower
A shrub which closely resembles other plants in the Spiraea genus. This plant features dense flowers…
Plant body conspicuously nerved, roolets two to several per disk.
A red-flowering annual
A species of sage native to Brazil.
Also known as Kalmia latifolia. It is a flowering plant in the blueberry family. This image shows four…
Part of the head or spike of spore-cases, with some of the latter taken off.
A sprout of a vegetable.
A hollow sac-like or tubular extension of some part of a flower.
Of the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae), the cypress spurge or Euphorbia Cyparissias.
Of the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae), Euphorbia Preslii.
"Euphorbia corollata. A, flower-cluster with involucre, the whole appearing like a single flower; B,…
Euphorbia caputmedusae or the Medusa's Head is a spurge from the diverse genus, Euphorbia.
The Resin Spurge (Euphorbia resinifera) is a flowering plant that superficially resembles a cactus.…
Of the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae), the spotted spurge or Euphorbia maculata.
Of the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae), the sun spurge or Euphorbia Helioscopia.
Of the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae), the white margined spurge or Snow on the Mountain (Euphorbia marginata).
Staminate flower of a Squash, with the corolla and upper part of the calyx cut away.
Staminate flower of a Squash, with the anthers cut across.
Embryo of squash.
Embryo of squash, seen edgewise.
Squash is the common name of curcurbita maxima. The plant is long running, slightly prickly and often…
"Lengthwise section of a squash seed. c, hypocotyl; cot, cotyledon; e, endosperm; h, hilum; p, plumule;…
Cushaw, China, Canada, and Winter crookneck squash are the common names of curcurbita moschata. The…
Illustrated is the staminate flower of hubbard squash.
Illustrated is a pistillate flower of hubbard squash.
Illustrated is the stem of the hubabrd squash, curcurbita maxima.
Illustrated is a section of flower of the turban squash. It shows the ovary inside the hollowed receptacle.
Of the Broom-rape family (Orobanchaceae), the squawroot (Conopholis americana).
A Mediterranean plant with bulbs used for medicinal purposes.
"Canadian St.-John's-wort (Hypericum Canadense). a, leaf; b, seed-capsule." -Whitney, 1911
Of the St. John's Wort family (Hypericaceae), the common St. John's wort: left, Hypericum ellipticum;…
Of the St. John's Wort family (Hypericaceae), Hypericum Canadense.
Of the St. John's Wort family (Hypericaceae), Hypericum virgatum.
Of the St. John's Wort family (Hypericaceae), the marsh St. John's wort, Hypericum Virginicum.
"Marsh St.-John's-wort (Triadenum Virginicum). a, flower; b, seed-capsule." -Whitney, 1911
Of the St. John's Wort family (Hypericaceae), St. Andrew's Cross or Ascyrum hypericoides.
Seed of a St. John's-wort, divided lengthwise; here the whole kernel is embryo.
St. Joseph's Lilies are pure pearl white. The flowers are two to three inches long. The flowers bloom…
"The European hedge woundwort, a tall hairy plant, with heart-shaped leaves, and numerous whorls of…
A single flower of stachys sylvatica.
"1. Stackhousia; 2. its corolla; 3. calyx, &c." -Lindley, 1853
Extrorse or outward facing stamens of the flower of Hippocratea, a genus of staff vine.
Of the staff-tree family (Celastraceae), the climbing bittersweet waxwork or Celastrus scandens).
Of the staff-tree family (Celastraceae), the mountain lover of Pachystima Canbyi.
The stamen of the Papaw, (Gray, 1858).
Stamens and pistil of Mustard, (Gray, 1858).
Stamens of Mallow united in a tube.
A tuft of stamens with the petal-like scale of the American Linden.
The stamens and pistil of the wild Geranium.
The pollen bearing organ of the flower.
a, filament: b, anther, discharging pollen.
Stamen with the usual dehiscence of anther down the side of each cell.
Cells of anther each opening by an uplifted valve.
Staminate flower of Moonseed.
Small blueberry, commonly seen in marsh areas in the US.
Flower of Standing Cypress (Gilia coronopifolia); gamopetalous: the tube answering to the long claws…
Stapelia is a genus of large flowering plants of the Apocynaceae family.
"Star of Bethlehem, or Ornithogalum, a genus of bulbous plants belonging to the order Liliacae."—Finley,…
Of the mud plantain family (Heteranthera), the water stargrass (Heteranthera dubia).
The grasslike starwort or Stellaria graminea.