Flowering plants, shrubs and trees provide the environment with much needed oxygen and fight soil erosion. They also provide food and shelter for many animals, as well as contribute to the fertility of soil with their dead leaves and flowers.

Ladies' Tresses

Ladies' Tresses, a wildflower found mostly in northern temperate areas. There are about 200 species.

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  • Carnation


    Carnation, a fragrant flower belonging to the pink family. It is native to southern Europe and has been cultivated for more than 2,000 years. See more »

  • Celandine


    Celandine, a garden plant of the poppy family. It grows 12 to 30 inches (30 to 75 cm) high and has clusters of small, yellow flowers. See more »

  • Cork


    Cork, the protective outer covering of the stems and roots of woody plants. Cork also refers to the outer bark of the cork oak, an evergreen that is grown commercially. See more »

  • Cotton


    Cotton, a plant that yields the most important of all natural textile fibers. There are thousands of uses for cotton. See more »

  • Cyclamen


    Cyclamen, or Sowbread, a decorative plant native to the Caucasus and the Mediterranean region. See more »

  • Daffodil


    Daffodil, an herbaceous garden plant. A typical daffodil bears large yellow flowers in spring. See more »

  • Dahlia


    Dahlia, a genus of flowering herbs popular as garden flowers. The dahlia is related to the coreopsis and beggar's tick. See more »

  • Daisy


    Daisy, the common name of several flowers of the composite family. The word daisy is a contraction of day's eye, referring to the flower's sunlike appearance. See more »

  • Dogbane


    Dogbane, a genus of tough, perennial herbs. There are about 20 species, all with bitter, milky juice. See more »

  • Dogtooth Violet

    Dogtooth Violet

    Dogtooth Violet, a common name for two spring flowers, the adder's tongue and the spring (or fawn) lily. See more »

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