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.


Dandelion, a perennial plant found throughout temperate regions of the world. Although the common dandelion is usually considered a bothersome weed, it is also a food plant.

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  • 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 »

  • Deutzia


    Deutzia, an ornamental shrub grown for its showy white, pink, or bluish flowers. There are over 40 species, most of which are native to eastern Asia and Central America. 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 »

  • Dutchmans-Breeches


    Dutchman's-breeches, a wild herb of the bleeding heart family. The white, yellow-stained flowers, each with two spurs, look something like baggy trousers. See more »

  • Edelweiss


    Edelweiss, a perennial herb of the composite family. The name, referring to its flowers, means "noble white.'' Edelweiss is native to the high mountains of Europe and Central Asia, particularly in the Swiss Alps. See more »

  • Elephant's Ear

    Elephant's Ear

    Elephant's Ear, a large tropical plant grown in temperate areas for its handsome foliage. See more »

  • Elm


    Elm, a large, ornamental shade tree. There are about 25 species in the elm family. See more »

  • Fern


    Fern, any one of a large class of flowerless, seedless plants. There are about 12 families, 260 genera, and at least 10,000 species. See more »

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