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WILDFLOWERS
PLANT STUBS
AGAVE EGGERSIANA
ANNUAL
ANNUALS
BIENNIAL PLANT
BOTANY
BROMELIADS
CARNIVOROUS PLANTS
CASSIA
CINNAMON
CONIFERS
FERNS
FLOWER
FRANKINCENSE
GRASS
GRASSES
GUZMANIA
HALOGETON
HERB
HERBS
HORNWORT
HORNWORTS
HOUSEPLANT
INVASIVE PLANTS
LAVENDER
LEGUMES
LICHENS
MOSSES
NIGELLA SATIVA
NON-VASCULAR PLANTS
ORCHIDS
PERENNIAL
PLANTS
ROSES
SARRACENIA
SEED
TREE
TREES
VINE
WOOD
ABROMEITIELLA
ALGAE
ANTHOCYANIN
ANTHOCYANINS
APPLE OF SODOM
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Wildflowers

  1. Wildflowers are a part of our ecology enjoying renewed interest.
  2. Wildflowers are no different than trees or grasses. (Web site)
  3. Wildflowers are perfect for xeriscaping, acreage landscapes, gardening, naturalizing projects, commercial sites and site reclamation. (Web site)
  4. Wildflowers are plants that grow in their natural state with little or no interference from man. (Web site)

Plant Stubs

  1. This user is currently working on Sorting plant stubs.
  2. Articles in category "Plant stubs" There are 11 articles in this category.

Agave Eggersiana

  1. Agave eggersiana is a perennial herb known only from the island of St. Croix of the U.S. Virgin Islands (USFWS 1998a).
  2. Agave eggersiana is a robust, perennial herb that can grow from 16 to 23 feet tall. (Web site)
  3. Agave eggersiana is an endangered species of spiky plant which grows in the Virgin Islands. (Web site)

Annual

  1. ANNUAL - A plant that will complete its life cycle in one growing season. (Web site)
  2. An annual is a plant that will germinate, flower & die within a single year or season. (Web site)
  3. An annual is a plant that will germinate, flower, and die within a single year or season.
  4. An annual is any plant that completes its life cycle in one growing season. (Web site)
  5. An annual is defined as a plant with a life cycle that is completed in one years. (Web site)

Annuals

  1. Annuals are said to go from seed to seed in 1 year or growing season.
  2. Annuals are sold in trays (undivided containers with multiple plants), flats (trays with built-in cells), peat pots, or plastic pots. (Web site)

Biennial Plant

  1. A Biennial plant is a Plant that takes between twelve and twenty-four months to complete its Lifecycle .
  2. A Biennial plant is a plant that takes between twelve and twenty-four months to complete its Biological life cycle lifecycle. (Web site)
  3. A biennial plant is a flowering plant that takes between twelve and twenty-four months to complete its lifecycle.
  4. A biennial plant is a flowering plant that takes two years to complete its lifecycle .
  5. A biennial plant is a plant that takes between twelve & twenty-four months to complete its lifecycle.

Botany

  1. Botany is a branch of biology concerned with the study of plants.
  2. Botany is a branch of biology that deals with plant life. (Web site)
  3. Botany is a branch of biology where also called plant sciences or plant biology and considered as the oldest sciences.
  4. Botany is the biological study of plants, including algae, fungi, lichens, mosses, ferns, conifers and flowering plants.
  5. Botany is the branch of biology concerned with the scientific study of plants. (Web site)

Bromeliads

  1. Bromeliads are one of the more recent plant groups to have emerged, presumed to have evolved at the close of the Cretaceous, over 65 million years ago.
  2. Bromeliads are another unique variety of tropical plants.
  3. Bromeliads are a widely varied group of organisms, adapted to a number of climates. (Web site)
  4. Bromeliads are either epiphytic or terrestrial. (Web site)
  5. Bromeliads are very popular plants. (Web site)

Carnivorous Plants

  1. Carnivorous plants are defined as plants that attract, catch, digest, and absorb the body juices of animal prey (referred to as the carnivorous syndrome). (Web site)
  2. Carnivorous plants are easy to grow.
  3. Carnivorous plants are fascinating because, even when they are not trapping insects, their unusual forms are intriguing. (Web site)
  4. Carnivorous plants are plants that attract and kill various life forms (both invertebrates and vertebrates). (Web site)
  5. Carnivorous plants are used to extremely poor soil conditions.

Cassia

  1. Cassia is used in traditional Chinese medicine, where it is considered one of the 50 fundamental herbs.
  2. Cassia is also a genus of plants in the Family Fabaceae.
  3. Cassia is generally a medium to light reddish brown, is hard and woody in texture, and is thicker (2-3 mm thick), as all of the layers of bark are used. (Web site)
  4. Cassia is the most common U.S. variety.
  5. Cassia is used against vermin and as a flavouring agent, both for sweetmeats and for meat.

Cinnamon

  1. Cinnamon is also used as an insect repellent.[5] Mosquito on a bottle of herbal mosquito repellent. (Web site)
  2. Cinnamon is a very important spice for flavoring foods. (Web site)
  3. Cinnamon is also used as an insect repellent. (Web site)
  4. Cinnamon is also used as an insect repellent.[5] See also Cinnamon roll References Wikibooks has an article on Notes 1.
  5. Cinnamon is classified in the division Magnoliophyta, class Magnoliopsida, order Magnoliales, family Lauraceae. (Web site)

Conifers

  1. Conifers are known from fossils more than 290 million years old.
  2. The conifers are also common plants, especially in higher latitudes, but bear cones instead of flowers. (Web site)
  3. Conifers are frequently planted in reforestation projects.
  4. Conifers are effective windbreaks, especially those that are evergreen.
  5. Conifers are often featured in formal gardens and are used for bonsai.

Ferns

  1. Ferns are a very ancient family of plants: early fern fossils predate the beginning of the Mesozoic era, 360 million years ago. (Web site)
  2. Ferns are among the oldest land plants.
  3. Ferns are characterised by spore-producing megaphylls ("fronds") arising from a stem.
  4. Ferns are found throughout the world.
  5. Ferns are not as important economically as seed plants but have considerable importance. (Web site)

Flower

  1. The flower is the reproductive organ of plants classified as angiosperms ---that is, the flowering plants comprising the Division Magnoliophyta. (Web site)
  2. A flower is an educated weed.
  3. The flower is a soft pink. (Web site)
  4. The flower is the official flower of the state of West Bengal, India, as well as the Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand. (Web site)

Frankincense

  1. Frankincense is a plant and an herb. (Web site)
  2. Frankincense is a fairly generic name that describes various species of Boswellia. (Web site)
  3. Frankincense is a gum resin which seeps from the frankincense tree. (Web site)
  4. Frankincense is a resin from a gum tree that is produced in shapes called "tears" when the bark of the scraggly Boswallia tree is disturbed.
  5. Frankincense is a small tree or brush native to the red sea region. (Web site)

Grass

  1. Grass is a common green plant.
  2. Grass is a common word that generally describes a monocotyledonous green plant in the family Gramineae ( Poaceae).
  3. Grass is also used in several contexts in sports, most notably with sports played on fields such as football, cricket, baseball, and rugby.
  4. Grass is also used to make sugar, liquor, bread and plastics, among many other things. (Web site)
  5. Grass is the common name for the Gramineae family of plants. (Web site)

Grasses

  1. Grasses are deeply rooted and form a continuous cover.
  2. Grasses are plants that give cattle much energy. (Web site)
  3. Grasses are the best living ground covers that can be specifically managed for this purpose. (Web site)
  4. Grasses are the primary plant used in lawns, which themselves derive from grazed grasslands in Europe.
  5. Grasses are used as food plants by many species of butterflies and moths; see List of Lepidoptera that feed on grasses.

Guzmania

  1. Guzmania is a member of the Bromeliaceae family.
  2. Guzmania is a genus of epiphytes, the guzmanias.
  3. Guzmania are prone to root rots if the soil is kept wet. (Web site)
  4. Guzmania is a genus of epiphytes. (Web site)
  5. Guzmania is an epiphyte.

Halogeton

  1. Halogeton is a many stemmed annual ranging from a few inches up to 2 m in height.
  2. Halogeton is a plant genus for which 6 species are presently proposed.
  3. Halogeton is a prolific seed producer.
  4. Halogeton is a winter annual in the broad sense; plants may germinate in the fall, winter, or spring, depending upon soil moisture [ 92].
  5. Halogeton is also a part of another seral continuum that climaxes with medusahead (Taeniatherum caput-medusae) [ 116].

Herb

  1. A herb is a plant grown for culinary, medicinal, or in some cases even spiritual value.
  2. A herb is a plant with no persistant woody stem above ground.
  3. An herb is a flowering plant with a fleshy rather than woody stem, which usually dies back at the end of each growing season.
  4. An herb is a plant grown for culinary or medicinal value. (Web site)
  5. An herb is a plant or plant part used for its scent, flavor or therapeutic properties. (Web site)

Herbs

  1. Herbs are a prime choice for many indoor gardeners.
  2. Herbs are also extremely useful for cooking, controlling pests, healing wounds, and improving the immune systems of pets and people.
  3. Herbs are considered the "best" by some practitioners when they are naturally grown in the wild, untouched by industrial pollutants. (Web site)
  4. Herbs are distinguished from vegetables in that they are used in small quantities and provide flavor rather than substance to food. (Web site)
  5. Herbs are foods, and like any other food, herbs should be taken in moderation. (Web site)

Hornwort

  1. Hornwort is a common name used to describe two completly unrelated type of plants.
  2. Hornwort is a floating plant.
  3. Hornwort is a great plant very easy to care for and it reproduces by itself. (Web site)
  4. Hornwort is a very attractive plant, which groups nicely.
  5. Hornwort is a vigorous submerged freshwater perennial, which has the ability to form dense mats that smother other species.

Hornworts

  1. Hornworts are a group of bryophytes, or non-vascular plants, comprising the division Anthocerotophyta. (Web site)
  2. Hornworts are a problematic group for evolutionary biologists. (Web site)
  3. Hornworts are all grouped into a single class, Anthocerotae, containing a single order, Anthocerotales. (Web site)
  4. Hornworts are found in warm climates, growing on moist shaded soil.
  5. Hornworts are green and strap shaped and do not have any leaves or stem but are attached to the ground by rhizoids. (Web site)

Houseplant

  1. A houseplant is a Plant that is grown indoors in places such as House s and Office s.
  2. A houseplant is a Plant that is grown indoors in places such as houses and offices.
  3. A houseplant is a plant that is grown indoors in places such as a house or office.
  4. A houseplant is a plant that is grown indoors in places such as residences and offices .
  5. A houseplant is a plant that one grows in a dwelling, such as a house or office.

Invasive Plants

  1. Invasive Plants is a subjective list of some of the worst invasive species in the United States, as selected by our naturalists.
  2. Invasive plants are defined by their ability to invade and disrupt an ecosystem.
  3. Invasive plants are introduced species that can thrive in areas beyond their natural range of dispersal. (Web site)
  4. Invasive plants are plants which grow quickly and aggressively, spreading and displacing other plants.

Lavender

  1. Lavender is an aromatic flower used to make a delicious tea that calms the nerves.
  2. Lavender is a many-branched, somewhat woody, perennial plant growing 1 - to 3 feet tall. (Web site)
  3. Lavender is a symbol of cleanliness, purity and virtue and is sacred to the Virgin Mary.
  4. Lavender is one of the most famous of all herbs for the fragrance of its dried flowers and the oil distilled from them. (Web site)
  5. Lavender is the essential oil most commonly associated with burns and healing of the skin.

Legumes

  1. Legumes are easily recognized by the structure of the flower.
  2. Legumes are a good source of iron and fiber.
  3. Legumes are a good source of zinc, especially garbanzo beans and lentils. (Web site)
  4. Legumes are a significant component of nearly all terrestrial biomes on all continents except Antarctica.
  5. Legumes are also increasingly recognized as a source of valuable secondary metabolites. (Web site)

Lichens

  1. Lichens are a successful alliance between a fungus and an alga.
  2. Lichens are a unique form of plant life, the product of a symbiotic association between an alga and a fungus.
  3. Lichens are abundant in coastal Louisiana, as they are throughout other ecological regions of Earth.
  4. Lichens are also used by the Northern Flying Squirrel for nesting, food, and a water source during winter. (Web site)
  5. Lichens are another kind of non-vascular plant and are common at Heard Island in all habitats with exposed rock.

Mosses

  1. Mosses are also found in cracks between paving stones in damp city streets.
  2. Mosses are bryophytes in the Kingdom Plantae and the division (phylum) Bryophyta. (Web site)
  3. Mosses are common in wooded areas and at the edges of streams.
  4. Mosses are non-vascular plants -- they cannot transport fluids through their bodies. (Web site)
  5. Mosses are very important members of our ecosystem. (Web site)

Nigella Sativa

  1. Nigella Sativa is a flowering plant, native to southwest Asia that grows to 20-30 cm tall with linear leaves.
  2. Nigella sativa is a plant occurring in China, in the Mediterranean countries, in the Near East and in India.
  3. Nigella sativa is an annual flowering plant , native to southwest Asia .
  4. Nigella sativa was discovered in Tutankhamen's tomb, implying that it played an important role in ancient Egyptian practices.

Non-Vascular Plants

  1. Non-vascular plants are plants that lack water-conducting vessels in their tissue known as tracheids.
  2. Non-vascular plants are those plants that do not use a system of vessels to transport water and nutrients between different parts of the plant.
  3. Non-vascular plants is a general term for those plants (including the green algae) without a vascular system ( xylem and phloem).
  4. Non-vascular plants is a general term for those plants[1] without a vascular system ( xylem and phloem).
  5. Non-vascular plants is a name for a group of plants.

Orchids

  1. Orchids are also rumoured to have aphrodisiac properties and in ancient times were an important ingredient in love potions.
  2. Orchids are flowering plants that come in different shapes, sizes, and colors.
  3. Orchids are one of the most beautiful plants you can grow. (Web site)
  4. Orchids: A blog from Caracas, Venezuela with lovely photos of its chosen flowers.

Perennial

  1. A perennial is a plant that lives for several years & may not even flower in its first year. (Web site)
  2. A perennial is a plant that lives for several years and may not even flower in its first year.
  3. PERENNIAL - A plant which will live for three years or more under normal conditions. (Web site)
  4. Perennial is a permanent lawn choice in more cooler climate areas, and annual is seeded yearly and lives for one season. (Web site)
  5. Perennial: A plant that lives more than two years.

Plants

  1. Plants are sensitive to daylength.
  2. Plants are often the dominant physical and structural component of habitats where they occur. (Web site)
  3. Plants are often preserved as fossils.

Roses

  1. Roses are one of the most popular garden shrubs, as well as the most popular and commonly-sold florists' flowers.
  2. Roses are always the perfect way to show your love.
  3. Roses are beautiful.
  4. Roses are hungry plants, and regular applications of Rose-Tone will make a big difference in their performance.
  5. Roses are our specialty.

Sarracenia

  1. Sarracenia - The Eastern North American Pitcher Plants Sarracenia are usually the focus of a hardy carnivorous planting. (Web site)
  2. Sarracenia is a good example of a pitcher, which may employ the full range of available inducements.
  3. Sarracenia is the pitcher plant genus most commonly encountered in cultivation, and are usually known as trumpet pitchers. (Web site)
  4. Sarracenia is the pitcher plant genus most commonly encountered in cultivation, and its members are most commonly known as trumpet pitchers.
  5. Sarracenia is the pitcher plant genus most commonly encountered in cultivation, because it is relatively hardy and easy to grow. (Web site)

Seed

  1. Seed: A period in the life of a plant in which no growth is taking place.
  2. A seed is the ripened ovule of gymnosperm or angiosperm plants. (Web site)
  3. SEED is a 16-round Feistel network with 128-bit blocks and a 128-bit key.
  4. SEED is a block cipher developed by the Korean Information Security Agency.
  5. Seed was harvested in September and is available through the ICPS seedbank (see the seedbank listing in this issue). (Web site)

Tree

  1. A tree is a perennial woody plant .
  2. A tree is a plant form and trees occur in many different orders and families of plants. (Web site)
  3. A tree is a plant form that occurs in many different orders and families of plants.
  4. The tree is a clone cultivar of Prunus virginiana melanocarpa and was selected in the wild near Valley City, North Dakota.
  5. The tree is also known as the Java cotton, Java kapok, or ceiba.

Trees

  1. The trees are easy to propagate from seed.
  2. The trees are marked with diamond-shaped scars where they once had leaves.
  3. The trees are physically small and crowded, reducing the presence of understory vegetation. (Web site)
  4. The trees are the special property of certain medicine men who employ the drug in difficult cases of disease diagnosis, divination, prophecy, or witchcraft. (Web site)
  5. The trees are valuable for shade so cutting them down only leaves your alpacas more vulnerable to heat stress.

Vine

  1. A vine is a growth form based on long, flexible stems.
  2. A vine is any plant of genus Vitis (the grape plants) or, by extension, any similar climbing or trailing plant.
  3. The vine is a real vine and this includes the branches. (Web site)
  4. VINE is for people who are dominating, inflexible, tyrannical, autocratic and arrogant. (Web site)
  5. Vine is for people who know their own minds and think they know what is best for others.

Wood

  1. Wood is used for buildings, furniture, paper, cardboard, musical instruments and sports equipment. (Web site)
  2. Wood is used in forms of sculpture, craft, and decoration including chip carving, wood burning, and marquetry.
  3. Wood: The heartwood of the trunk in old trees is aromatic and was highly valued for its high polish and fine grain. (Web site)

Abromeitiella

  1. The Abromeitiella is a succulent plant.
  2. The Abromeitiella is a succulent plant.Upon growth, they develop as a round-shaped shrub.

Algae

  1. Algae are found in the fossil record dating back to approximately 3 billion years in the Precambrian. (Web site)
  2. Algae are important as primary producers of organic matter at the base of the food chain. (Web site)
  3. Algae is a group of structurally simple organisms that carry out oxygen-evolving photosynthesis.

Anthocyanin

  1. Anthocyanin is a branch for synthesis of flavonols via flavonol synthase in the flavonoid pathway.
  2. Anthocyanin is a large family of naturally occurring compounds and belongs to phytochemicals.
  3. Anthocyanin is a pigment found in many plants and is the source of red and pink coloration in plants in the Sarracenia family. (Web site)
  4. Anthocyanin is a pigment that reflects the red to blue range of the visible spectrum.
  5. Anthocyanin is a plant pigment which appears in fruit, vegetables, flowers, stems, leaves and sometimes roots.

Anthocyanins

  1. Anthocyanins are a group of healthful compounds that fall within the flavonoid class of plant nutrients. (Web site)
  2. Anthocyanins are a group of naturally occurring phenolic compounds related to the colouring of plants, flowers and fruits.
  3. Anthocyanins are a member of this class of pigments.
  4. Anthocyanins are also hypoglycemic agents which lower blood sugar levels and help the body use sugars effectively.
  5. Anthocyanins are among the few endogenous substrates of plant GSTs that have been identified. (Web site)

Apple of Sodom

  1. Apple of Sodom is a fruit of a medieval mythical tree.
  2. Apple of Sodom is a perennial herb that can infest natural areas, crops and pastures, particularly in coastal areas.
  3. Apple of Sodom is a spiny plant found near Jericho, a city in the Middle East.
  4. Apple of Sodom is a spiny woody perennial.It has the ability to spread rapidly through poor pasture land and scrub land also coastal frost free areas. (Web site)
  5. Apple of Sodom is an erect branching woody shrub.

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