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  A Nut Fit For A God, Aalamaram, Aamli, Aarons Rod, Aazhi Vidhai, Abacate, Abacaxi, Abeel, Abele, Abesh, Abies, Abiga, Abiyyonah, Abiyyonot, Abortopetalum, Abrahams Balm, Abrecoc, Abrecock, Abricot, Absinthe, Absinthe Wormwood, Absinthium, Absolute, Abu Tilon, Abutilon, Acacia, Acacia, Acacia Acicularis, Acacia Farnesiana, Acacia Indica, Acacia Lenticellata, Acacia Minuta, Acacia Senegal, Acaju, Acalia, Acanthus Mollis, Acarnaceae, Acelica, Acer, Achi Uea, Achillea, Achillea Filipendulina, Achillea Millefolium, Achimenes, Achimenes Cupreata, Acispermum, Acmostemon, Acoctli, Aconite, Aconitum Napellus, Acorus Calamus, Actaea, Actaea Racemosa, Adam And Eve, Adam And Eve Root Plant, Adams Grass, Adams Head, Adams Needle, Adders Mouth, Adders Tongue, Adderwort, Adelfa, Adenium, Adenium Coetaneum, Adenium Honghel, Adenium Obesum, Adenopappus, Adenopus, Adhatoda, Adiantum, Adlai, Adlay, Adonis, Adonis Flos, Adoxa, Adoxa Moschatellina, Aegean Wallflower, Aesculus, Aesculus Hippocastanum, Aethusa Cynapium, Aframomum Melegueta, African Daisy, African Lily, African Marigold, African Marygold, African Pepper, African Rue, African Violet, Agapanthus, Agar, Agarwood, Agasi, Agathosma, Agave, Agelandra, Ageratum, Agrimonia, Agrimonia Eupatoria, Agrostemma Coronaria, Agrostemma Githago, Aguacate, Ague Grass, Ague Tree, Ague Weed, Ahuacotl, Ail A Grosse Tete Alho Porro, Air Plant, Airampoa, Airplane Plant, Aithales, Aizopsis, Ajagandha, Ajannayttaja, Aji, Ajonjoli, Ajuga, Akiti, Akoko, Akshi, Al Karawya, Alanaasi, Alashi, Alavese Pinto Bean, Albahaca, Albaricoque, Albellus, Alcaravea, Alcea Rosea, Alchemilla, Alchimilla, Alder, Aldinia, Alecost, Alehoof, Aletris, Aletris Farinosa, Aleurites Javanicus, Aleurites Moluccana, Aleurites Pentaphyllus, Aleurites Remyi, Aleurites Trilobus, Alfalfa, Alfarrobeira, Algarrobo, Alho Bravo, Alho Ingles, Alison, Alkanet, All Heal, All Heal, All Heal, Allamanda, Alligator Pear, Alligator Pepper, Allium, Allium Ampeloprasum, Allium Ascalonicum, Allium Cepa, Allium Oschaninii, Allium Porrum, Allium Sativum, Allium Schoenoprasum, Allium Tuberosum, Allspice, Almindelig Katost, Almond, Almond Laurel, Almond Tree, Alnus, Aloe, Aloe, Aloe Barbadensis, Aloe Vera, Aloeroot, Alopecurus, Alopecurus Pratensis, Aloysia Citriodora, Aloysia Citrodora, Alperce, Alpine Strawberry, Alpinia, Alpinia Galanga, Alstroemeria, Altamisa, Althaea, Althaea Frutex, Althaea Officinalis, Althea, Altramuz, Alubia Pinta Alavesa Bean, Alum Bloom, Alum Root, Alyssum, Alyxia Oliviformis, Alyxia Stellata, Amantilla, Amara Aromatica, Amara Dulcis, Amarant, Amaranth, Amaranthus, Amaranthus Caudatus, Amaranthus Hypochondriacus, Amargosa, Amarillo, Amarutza, Amaryllis, Amaryllis Belladona, Amber, Amblyanthera, Ambrosia Artemisiifolia, Ambrosiaceae, Ambuja, Amellus Officinalis, Amellus Vulgaris, American Adders Tongue, American Agave, American Aloe, American Bee Balm, American Bittersweet, American Blue Flag, American Century, American Cowslip, American Cudweed, American Dittany, American Dogwood, American Elm, American Evergreen, American Lotus, American Mandrake, American Marigold, American Mountain Ash, American Mountain Ash, American Plane, American Plum, American Rhododendron, American Starwort, American Starwort, American Storax, American Sycamore, American Tiger Lily, American Trout Lily, American Wintergreen, American Wisteria, Amerosedum, Amethyst Flower, Amli, Amorphophallus Titanum, Amphiscopia, Amukkuram, Amygdalus Communis, Anaar, Anaasa, Anacampseros, Anacamptis Papilionacea, Anacardium Curatellifolium, Anacardium Occidentale, Anagallis Arvensis, Anagallis Phoenicea, Anana, Ananas, Ananas Comosus, Anarosh, Anasazi Bean, Anaspis, Anastatica, Anastatica Hierochuntica, Anchusa Officinalis, Anderssoniopiper, Andromeda, Anemone, Anemone, Anemone Coronaria, Anemone Nemorosa, Anemone Pulsatilla, Anethum, Anethum Graveolens, Aneton, Angcm, Angel Hair, Angel Plant, Angel Wings, Angelandra, Angelica, Angelica Archangelica, Angelica Officinalis, Angelica Officinalis Himalaica, Angels Trumpet, Angels Trumpet, Angels Trumpet Vine, Angraecum, Angraecum Sesquipedale, Angrek, Anigozanthos, Anise, Anise Scented Goldenrod, Aniseed, Anisepta, Anisophyllum, Anisostachya, Annachi Pazham, Anneys, Annual Mallow, Anonis, Ant Plant, Ant Plant, Antanan, Anthema, Anthemidaceae, Anthemis Nobilis, Anthericum Comosum, Anthi Mandhaarai, Anthoxanthum Nitens, Anthoxanthum Odoratum, Anthriscus Cerefolium, Anthurium, Antirrhinum, Aphragmia, Apium, Apium Crispum, Apium Graveolens, Apium Petroselinum, Apocynum, Aposeridaceae, Apotekerkattost, Apple, Apple Geranium, Apple Of Cain, Apple Of Granada, Apple Of Sodom, Apple Tree, Appleringie, Apricot Tree, Aptenia, Aptenia Cordifolia, Aquilaria Malaccensis, Aquilegia, Arabic Gum, Arachnites Apifera, Araliya, Ararao, Araru, Araucaria Excelsa, Araucaria Heterophylla, Aravaattip Pachchilai, Aravind, Arberry, Arbor Vitae, Arborvitae, Arbutus, Arbutus Unedo, Archangel, Archangelica, Arched Fig, Arctium, Arctium Lappa, Arctostaphylos Uva Ursi, Arctotheca Calendula, Arctotidaceae, Arctottonia, Arecaceae, Arenaria Verna, Argell Tree, Argentina Anserina, Argyra, Arisaema Dracontium, Arisarum, Arjaka, Arkansas Arkansas Calliopsis, Armani Badenjan, Armeniaca Vulgaris, Armenian Plum, Armeria, Armoracia Rusticana, Aroma, Arrhostoxylum, Arrowhead Philodendron, Arrowhead Plant, Arrowhead Vine, Arrowroot, Arrowroot, Ars Smerte, Artanthe, Artemis Herb, Artemisia, Artemisia Abrotanum, Artemisia Absinthium, Artemisia Dracunculus, Artemisia Vulgaris, Artemisiaceae, Artetyke, Arthritica, Artic Rose, Artichoke Garlic, Arugula, Aruka, Arum Lily, Arum Maculatum, Arundo, Arundo Donax, Arundo Phragmites, Arvind, Arya Veppu, Arznei Engelwurz, Asafetida, Asafoetida, Asam, Asant, Asarina Barclayana, Asclepias, Asclepias, Asclepias, Asclepias Curassavica, Asclepias Procera, Asclepias Tuberos, Asem, Ash, Ash Tree, Ash Leaved Trumpet Flower, Ashadhi, Ashe, Ashwagandha, Ashwagandha Root, Asian Bird Cherry, Asian Rice, Asiatic Pennywort, Asp Of Jerusalem, Aspar Grass, Asparag, Asparagio, Asparago, Asparagus, Asparagus Aethiopicus, Asparagus Densiflorus, Asparagus Fern, Asparagus Officinalis, Asparagus Terminalis, Aspargo, Aspen, Aspen, Asper Grass, Asperge, Asperula Odorata, Asphodel, Asphodeline, Asphodelus, Asss Foot, Assaranaccara, Assear, Assyfetida, Aster, Aster, Aster, Aster Acmellus, Aster Albus, Aster Amelloides, Aster Amellus, Aster Amellus Bessarabicus, Aster Atticus, Aster Bellis, Aster Mini Rainbow, Aster Bessarabicus, Aster Collinus, Aster Elegans, Aster Linosyris, Aster Noeanus, Aster Novae Angliae, Aster Ottomanum, Aster Pseudoamellus, Aster Purpureus, Aster Scepusiensis, Aster Tinctorius, Aster Trinervius, Asteraceae, Asterosedum, Asthma Weed, Astilbe, Astraea, Astragalus, Astragalus Glycyphyllos, Astrogyne, Atamasco Lily, Athanasiaceae, Atropa, Atropa Bella Donna, Atropa Belladonna, Aubel, Aubertia, Auganthus Praenitens, Augentrostkrout, August Rain Lily, Aulojusticia, Aur Beting, Auricula, Aurinia Saxatilis, Aurinia Saxatilis, Aussie Gold, Austrian Copper, Austrian Rose, Auti, Autumn Crocus, Autumn Crocus, Autumn Daffodil, Autumn Leaves, Autumn Zephyr Lily, Ava, Avena Sativa, Avens, Avens, Averia, Avisalu, Avocado, Awa, Axolopha, Azad Dirakht, Azadirachta Indica, Azalea, Aztec Marigold, Azucena, Azure Luet,

Baby Rose, Baby Sunrose, Babys Breath, Babylon Willow, Bachelor, Bachelor Button, Bachelors Button, Bachelors Button, Backache Root, Bacove, Bad Mans Plaything, Badian, Badian Khatai, Badiana, Badiane, Badiane, Baho Baho, Bai, Bai Bua Bok, Bai Bua Bok, Bajai, Bakers Cinnamon, Balangot, Balanoi, Baldhip Rose, Balfae, Bali, Ballockwor, Balloon Flower, Balm, Balm Mint, Balm Of Gilead Tree, Balm Of Mecca Tree, Balsam, Balsam, Balsam Herb, Balsam Of Gilead Tree, Balsam Of Mecca Tree, Balsam Of Peru, Balsam Of Tolu, Balsamine, Balsamita Vulgaris, Balsamo, Bamboo, Bamboo Briar, Bambou De Chine, Bambu Ampel, Bambu Vulgar, Bambusa Vulgaris, Bambuseae, Banafsa, Banafsha, Banaksa, Banal, Banalia, Banana, Banewort, Banewort, Bang Seed, Banilje, Banksia Laricina, Banwort, Banyan, Barbados, Barbados Aloe, Barbed Wire Grass, Barberry, Barberton Daisy, Bardana, Bargad, Barhamia, Bark Of Barks Tree, Barley, Basam, Bashoush, Basil, Basket Of Gold, Bassia Scoparia, Basswood, Bastard Ipecacuanha, Bastard Rocket, Batatas, Batidaea, Bauple Nut, Bay, Bay, Bay Laurel, Bay Tree, Bay Rum Tree, Bayberry, Bayis, Be Still Tree, Be Still, Be Still, Bean Of India, Bear Weed, Bears Breach, Bears Breeches, Bears Ear, Bears Foot, Bears Foot, Bears Grape, Bearberry, Bearberry, Bearded Crepis, Bearded Iris, Beargrass, Bearss Lime, Beauty Of The Empire, Beaver Poison, Beaver Tree, Bedstraw, Bee Balm, Bee Balm, Bee Orchid, Bee Orphrys, Bee Plant, Bee Sage, Bees Nest, Bees Nest Plant, Beebalm, Beebread, Beech, Beech Tree, Beechwheat, Beechwood, Beeplant, Beet, Beetroot, Beggars Buttons, Beggarweed, Begonia, Beharki, Beijo De Frade, Beithe, Belgian Evergreen, Belia, Bell Chillie, Bell Flower, Bell Peppers, Belladonna, Belladonna Lily, Belle Of The Night, Bellflower, Bellis Alpina, Bellis Armena, Bellis Croatica, Bellis Hortensis, Bellis Hybrida, Bellis Integrifolia, Bellis Margaritifolia, Bellis Minor, Bellis Perennis, Bellis Perennis Caulescens, Bellis Perennis Discoidea, Bellis Perennis Fagetorum, Bellis Perennis Flore Plen, Bellis Perennis Hybrida, Bellis Perennis Margaritifolia, Bellis Perennis Microcephala, Bellis Perennis Plena, Bellis Perennis Pumila, Bellis Perennis Pusilla, Bellis Perennis Rhodoglossa, Bellis Perennis Strobliana, Bellis Perennis Subcaulescens, Bellis Perennis Tubulosa, Bellis Pumila, Bellis Pusilla, Bellis Scaposa, Bellis Validula, Bells Of Ireland, Bells Of Ireland, Bellyache Root, Beloperone, Belvedere, Bemgsag, Ben, Bengal Fig, Benjamen, Benne, Bennet, Bent El Consu, Benzoin, Berberis, Berberis Aquifolium, Bereza, Bergamot, Bergamot Herb, Bergamot Orange, Berke, Bermuda Arrowroot, Bermuda Lily, Bertholletia Excelsa, Besom, Beta Vulgaris, Betaine, Beth, Beth, Beth Root, Bethlehem Sage, Betonica, Betonica Officinalis, Betonie, Betony, Betony, Bettie Grass, Betula, Bevu, Bhutanashini, Bible Leaf, Bibo Tree, Bicuiba Acu, Big Laurel, Big Leaf Periwinkle, Big Rhododendron, Bigarade Orange, Bigleaf Laurel, Bigleaf Periwinkle, Bignonia Radicans, Bijozakura, Bilberry, Billardiera, Bindweed, Bindwood, Birch, Birch Tree, Bird Cherry, Bird Cherry, Bird Of Paradise, Bird Wheat, Birds Nest, Birds Nest Plant, Birds Nest Root, Birds Eye, Birds Eye Speedwell, Birds Eye Speedwell, Birds Foot Trefoil, Birdfoot Deervetch, Biscuits, Bishop Of Llandaff, Bishops Flower, Bishopwort, Bisom, Bison Grass, Bistora, Bistort, Bistort, Biting Crowfoot, Bitter Almond, Bitter Ash, Bitter Bark, Bitter Buckwheat, Bitter Buttons, Bitter Grass, Bitter Nightshade, Bitter Orange, Bitter Orange, Bitter Cress, Bittercress, Bitterklee, Bittersweet, Bittersweet, Bittersweet Nightshade, Bitterweed, Bizzon, Black Arum, Black Bean, Black Bryony, Black Bugbane, Black Cherry, Black Cohosh, Black Currant, Black Dragon, Black Elder, Black Hellebore, Black Mulberry, Black Nightshade, Black Pepper, Black Poplar, Black Root, Black Sampson, Black Snakeroot, Black Tang, Black Tany, Black Tea, Black Turtle Bean, Black Vetch, Black Widow, Black Wort, Black Eyed Susan, Black Hearts, Blackberry, Blackcurrant, Blackeyed Susan, Blackihead, Blackthorn, Bladder Fucus, Bladder Hibiscus, Bladder Ketmia, Bladder Nut Tree, Bladder Senna, Bladder Weed, Bladder Wrack, Bladder Senna, Bladdernut, Bladderwrack, Blaeberry, Blaeberry, Blanket Leaf, Blazing Star, Blazing Star, Blazing Star, Bleeding Heart, Blero, Blessed Bramble, Blessed Herb, Blessed Milk Thistle, Blessed Thistle, Bletia Pumila, Blind Buff, Blindeyes, Blisterwort, Blood Drops, Blood Flower, Blood Root, Blood Turnip, Blood Flower, Blooddrops, Bloodflower, Bloodroot, Bloodroot, Bloodroot, Bloodweed, Bloodwort, Bloody Butcher, Bloody William, Blowball, Blue African Lily, Blue Balm, Blue Bindweed, Blue Buttons, Blue Cerverina, Blue Eyes, Blue Flag Iris, Blue Gentian, Blue Ginger, Blue Jacaranda, Blue Magnolia, Blue Mallow, Blue Mountain Tea, Blue Passion Flower, Blue Pea, Blue Periwinkle, Blue Sailors, Blue Salvia, Blue Vervain, Blue Vine Sage, Blue Violet, Blue Violet, Blue Whortleberry, Blue Flowered Greek Valerian, Bluebell, Bluebell, Blueberry, Bluebonnet, Bluebottle, Bluebush, Blueflag, Blueflag Iris, Bluet, Bly, Bo Bo, Bo Tree, Bo Tree, Boat Orchid, Bobbins, Bockhornsklover, Bockshornklee, Bodhi, Boegoe, Bog Bean, Boisduvalia, Boisduvalia, Bok, Bokbunja, Boke, Bol Del Dlavo, Bonaga, Bonanox, Bone Flower, Boneset, Boneset, Bonewort, Bonin, Bookoo, Boombera, Borage, Borago Officinalis, Borak, Bore Tree, Borh, Borlotti Bean, Borsmustar, Boska, Boswellia, Boswellia Carterii, Boswellia Sacra, Boswellia Thurifera, Botrychium Lunaria, Bottle Gentian, Bougainvillea, Bouleau, Bouncing Bet, Bouncing Betty, Bouquet Of Withered Flowers, Bour Tree, Bourbon Vanilla, Boutonniere Flower, Bouvardia, Bow String Hemp, Box, Box Tree, Boxberry, Boxwood, Boxwood, Boy Flower, Boys Love, Boys And Girls, Bozu, Brachycodon, Brachyscome Decipiens, Brachystachys, Bracken, Bracken Fern, Brahma Manduki, Brahmanduki, Brahmi, Brahmi Booti, Bramble, Bramble Allegheny Blackberry, Bramble Kite, Brambleberry, Brameberry, Brameberry, Brandy Mint, Bras, Brassica Campestris, Brassica Oleracea, Brassica Rapa, Brauneria, Brazil Nut Tree, Brazilian Pepper Tree, Breath Of Heaven, Breeam, Breitungia, Brenhinllys, Brides Button, Bridewort, Briony, Bristly Rose, British Tobacco, Brittanica, Briza, Broad Leaved Plantain, Broadleaf, Broadleaf Cattail, Broadleaf Plantain, Broadleaf Sage, Broadleafed Clover, Broken Straw, Bromeliaceae, Bromeliad, Broom Topos, Broom Rape, Broomrape, Brow Eyed Rockrose, Browallia Jamesonii, Browallia Speciosa, Brown Betty, Brown Mint, Brown Eyed Susan, Brugmansia, Bruisewort, Brum, Brummel, Brunfelsia Latifolia, Brunoniella, Bryonia, Bryonia Alba, Bryonie, Bryony, Bryony, Bryophyta, Bryophyte, Buah Keras, Buah Naga, Bucco, Buche, Buchu, Buckbean, Buckeye Tree, Buckles, Buckthorn, Buckwheat, Bucoo, Buddhas Belly Bamboo, Budwood, Buffalo Clover, Buffalo Grass, Buffalo Herb, Bugbane, Bugle, Bugle Vine, Bugleweed, Bugloss, Bugloss, Bugranopsis, Bugula, Buk, Buke, Buku, Bulb Onion, Bull Bay, Bull Daisy, Bull Nettle, Bulls Foot, Bullrush, Buloh Aur, Buloh Minyak, Buloh Pau, Bulrush, Bumble Kite, Bumblebee Flower Eyebrow, Bumblebee Ophrys, Bumblebee Orchid, Bunga Bangkai, Bunga Jarum, Bunga Lawang, Bunga Raya, Bunga Sedap Malam, Burclover, Burdock, Burn Plant, Burnet, Burning Bush, Burning Love, Burning Love, Burning Nettle, Burning Weed, Burning Bush, Burning Bush, Burningbush, Burrage, Burrseed, Bush Nut, Bush Violet, Busuioc, Busy Lizzy, Butomus, Butomus Umbellatus, Butter And Eggs, Butter Daisy, Butter Fruit, Butter Pear, Butter Rose, Butterbur, Buttercup Flower, Butterfly Banners, Butterfly Love, Butterfly Orchid, Butterfly Pea, Butterfly Weed, Button Daisy, Button Snakeroot, Buttons, Buttonwood Tree, Buxus, Buzzalchippet, Bwemba,

 Caaroba, Cabbage, Cabbage Palm, Cabbage Rose, Cacahuatl, Cacalia, Cacao, Cactaceae, Cactodendron, Cactus, Cactus, Cactus Triangularis Aphyllus, Cadavar Plant, Caju, Calachuchi, Caladium, Calamus, Calanit, Calanit Metzouya, Calceolaria, Calendula, Calendula Officinalis, Calendula Officinalis Prolifera, Calendulaceae, Calfs Snout, Calico Bush, California Barberry, California Nettle, California Pepper Tree, Calla Aethiopica, Calla Lily, Calliaspidia, Calliopsis, Calliopsis, Calliopsis Elegans, Callista, Callista Tetragona, Callistephus, Callistephus Chinesis, Calluna, Calluna Vulgaris, Calonyction, Calopetalon, Calotropis Procera, Caltha Palustris, Calycantherum, Calycanthus, Calymmostachya, Calypteriopetalon, Calystegia Sepium, Camas, Camassia, Camellia, Camellia Angustifolia, Camellia Arborescens, Camellia Assamica, Camellia Dehungensis, Camellia Dishiensis, Camellia Japonica, Camellia Longlingensis, Camellia Multisepala, Camellia Oleosa, Camellia Parvisepala, Camellia Parvisepaloides, Camellia Polyneura, Camellia Sinensis, Camellia Tea, Camellia Waldeniae, Camomile, Camomyle, Campanula, Campanula Medium, Campanula Pyramidalis, Campanula Rotundifolia, Camphire, Camphire, Camphor Laurel, Camphor Tree, Camphorwood, Campion, Campsis Radicans, Canada Lily, Canada Root, Canada Tea, Canary Bean, Canary Grass, Candleberry, Candleberry, Candlemas Bells, Candlenut, Candlewick Plant, Candytuft, Cane Apple, Cane Cholla, Canelo, Canker Wort, Cankerwort, Cankerwort, Cannabis Sativa, Cannellini Bean, Canoe Plant, Canoewood, Canterbury Bells, Caparrones Bean, Cape Dandelion, Cape Gum, Cape Jasmine, Cape Jessamine, Cape Marigold, Cape Weed, Caper Berry Bush, Caper Bush, Caperberry Bush, Capons Trailer, Capparis Spinosa, Caprifolium, Capsella Bursa Pastoris, Capsicum, Capucine, Capucine Briar, Caraota O Habichuela Negra Bean, Caraway, Cardamine, Cardamine Pratensis, Cardamom, Cardamon, Cardinal Creeper, Cardinal Flower, Cardinal Vine, Cardo Ananaz, Carduaceae, Carduus, Carenfil, Carica Papaya, Carnation, Caro, Carob Tree, Caroba, Carobinha, Carolina Jasmine, Carolina Jessamine, Carolina Rose, Carota, Carotte, Caroube, Caroubier, Carpathian Walnut, Carpenters Weed, Carpenters Weed, Carpet Bugle, Carphephorus Odoratissimus, Carpinus, Carrizo, Carrot, Carrubba, Cart Track Plant, Carthage Apple, Carum, Carum Carvi, Carya, Carya Illinoinensis, Carya Oliviformis, Carya Ovata, Carya Pecan, Caryophyllus Aromaticus, Cascading Geranium, Cascalotte, Cascara, Cascara Buckthorn, Cascara Sagrada, Cascarilla, Casha, Casha Tree, Cashaw, Cashew Apple Tree, Cashew Nut Tree, Cashew Tree, Cashia, Caspia, Cassia, Cassic, Cassie, Cassie Flower, Cassie Flower, Cassiniaceae, Castan Wydden, Castanea, Cat, Cat Tail, Cat O Nine Tails, Cats Tail, Cats Valerian, Cats Wort, Cats Wort, Catalonian Jasmine, Catalpa, Catananche Caerulea, Catawba, Catbrier, Catchfly, Catchfly, Catchweed, Cathartocarpus, Cathedral Bells, Catmint, Catnep, Catnip, Cato Barse, Catrup, Cats Tail, Catsfoot, Catshair, Catspaw, Catswort, Cattail, Cattleya, Cattleya Deckeri, Cattleya Laelioides, Cattleya Marginata, Cattleya Orchid, Cattleya Pachecoi, Cattleya Pinelli, Cattleya Pumila, Cattleya Pumila Major, Cattleya Skinneri, Cattleya Spectabilis, Caucasian Persimmon, Caucasian Walnut, Cebolla Puerro, Cedar, Cedar Of Lebanon, Cederat, Cedro, Cedro, Cedrus, Cedrus Libani, Celandine, Celandine Poppy, Celastgrus Scandens, Celeriac, Celery, Celery Leaved Buttercup, Celosia, Celsia Cretica, Celtis, Celydoyne, Cempasuchil, Cempazuchil, Cengkeh, Cengkih, Centaurea Benedicta, Centaurea Cyanus, Centaurea Moschata, Centaurea Scabiosa, Centaurium, Centaury, Centaury, Centella Asiatica, Centipede Tongavine, Centocchiio, Centrandra, Centranthus Ruber, Century Plant, Cepaea, Cerastium, Cerasus Japonica, Cerasus Padus, Ceratonia Siliqua, Cercis Siliquastrum, Cereus Russellianus, Cereus Triangularis Major, Cereus Tricostatus, Cereus Undatus, Cestrum Nocturnum, Cetraria Islandica, Ceylon Cardamom, Ceylon Cinnamon, Ceylon Ebony Tree, Ceylon Tree, Cha, Cha De Dartigalongue, Chaconia, Chaenomeles, Chaetothylopsis, Chaffeyopuntia, Chahua, Chainlink Cactus, Chamaefistula, Chamaemelum Nobile, Chamaenerion, Chamaenerion Angustifolium, Chamaepitys, Chamaimelon, Chamelaucium, Chameleon Star, Chameli, Chamerion, Chamerion Angustifolium, Chamomile, Champa, Chandan, Chandrakantha, Chandrashoor, Chang Nao, Chann Tanea, Chase Devil, Chase Devil, Chaste Berry, Chaste Tree, Chasteberry, Chataigne, Chathakuppa, Chavica, Chebbit, Checkerberry, Checkered Daffodil, Checkered Fritillary, Cheese Rennet, Cheese Renning, Cheese Cake, Cheeses, Cheiranthus Cheiri, Chelidonium, Chelidonium Majus, Chemparathy, Chenopodium, Chenopodium Bonus Henricus, Chenopodium Botrys, Chequered Fritillary, Cherry, Cherry Laurel, Cherry Pie, Cherry Plum, Chervil, Chess Flower, Chestnut, Chetyson, Chewing John, Chickweed, Chicory, Chigger Flower, Chiggerflower, Chijin, Chile, Chilean Bellflower, Chilean Mitre Flower, Chilean Siempreviva, Chili, Chili Bean, Chili Pepper, Chilli, Chilli Pepper, Chillie, Chiloglossa, Chimaphila Umbellata, Chimney Bellflower, China Aster, China Mulberry, China Pink, China Rose, China Tea, China Tree, Chinch, Chinese Aster, Chinese Bell Flower, Chinese Bellflower, Chinese Chives, Chinese Groundsel, Chinese Hibiscus, Chinese Hibiscus, Chinese Lantern Mallow, Chinese Leek, Chinese Magnolia, Chinese Parsley, Chinese Pearl Barley, Chinese Primrose, Chinese Ragwort, Chinese Rose, Chinese Star Anise, Chinese Wisteria, Chinkapin, Chinquapin, Chintachettu, Chintapandu, Chiranthodendron Pentadactylon, Chistotel, Chittam, Chittarattai, Chitticum, Chives, Chlorophytum Comosum, Chorizema Varium, Chornobylnik, Christs Story Flower, Christs Tears, Christmas Aconite, Christmas Cactus, Christmas Eve Flower, Christmas Flower, Christmas Holly, Christmas Orchid, Christmas Rose, Christmasberry, Chrysanth, Chrysanthemum, Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum, Chrysanthemum Morifolium, Chrysanthemum Parthenium, Chrysanthemum Weed, Chrysocoma Linosyris, Chrysopogon Zizanioides, Chuan Gu, Chui Mui, Chuimui, Church Flower, Church Steeples, Cicely, Cichoriaceae, Cichorium Endivia, Cichorium Intybus, Cieca, Cierge Lezard, Cigar Tree, Cilantro, Cilentro, Cimicifuga Racemosa, Cinchona, Cineraria, Cinnamomum Camphora, Cinnamomum Verum, Cinnamomum Zeylanicum, Cinnamon, Cinnamon Rose, Cinnamon Tree, Cinnamon Wood, Cinquefoil, Circaea, Circaea Lutetiana, Cirsium, Cistaceae, Cistus Ladanifer, Citron, Citronella Grass, Citronelle, Citrullus Lanatus, Citrus Aurantium Bergamia, Citrus Bergamia, Citrus Limon, Citrus Medica, Citrus Sinensis, Citrus Tangerina, Citrus X Aurantium, Citrus X Latifolia, Citrus X Limon, Cittim Bark, Civet, Ciwappuccantanam, Clamoun, Clarkia Amoena, Clary, Clary Sage, Clasping Venuss Looking Glass, Clausenellia, Clavarioidia, Clavo De Olor, Cleaver Grass, Cleavers, Clematis, Clementine, Cleodora, Cleome, Clianthus Puniceus, Climbing Nightshade, Clinging Woodbine, Clistoyucca, Clitoria, Clivers, Closed Bottle Gentian, Closed Gentian, Clot, Clotbur, Cloth Of Gold Yarrow, Cloth Of Gold, Clou De Girofle, Cloudberrry, Clouded Geranium, Clouded Storks Bill, Clove, Clove Pepper, Clove Pink, Clove Root, Clover, Clover, Cloveroot, Club Moss, Clumpfoot Cabbage, Cnicus, Cnicus Benedictus, Coachweed, Coakum, Cobaea Scandens, Coca Plant, Cocan, Cochlearia Armoracia, Cocks Head, Cockerellia, Cockle, Cocklebur, Cockleburr, Cockscomb, Cockscomb Amaranth, Cockup Hat, Coco, Cocoa, Cocoa Tree, Cocoanut, Coconut, Coconut Palm, Cocos Nucifera, Cocoxochitl, Codariocalyx Motorius, Codonocalyx, Coeloglossum Viride, Coffea, Coffee, Coffee Tree, Coffeeweed, Coix, Coix Lacryma Jobi, Coix Seed, Coixseed, Colchicum Autumnale, Coleonema, Colewort, Colic Root, Colicroot, Colicweed, Colocasia Aethiopica, Coltsfoot, Columbia Lily, Columbine, Colutea, Colutea Arborescens, Comarobatia, Comatocroton, Comet Orchid, Comfrey, Commiphora Gileadensis, Commiphora Opobalsamum, Common Agrimony, Common Ash, Common Aspen, Common Balloon Flower, Common Bamboo, Common Basil, Common Bean, Common Bearberry, Common Bilberry, Common Bistort, Common Blackberry, Common Blue Violet, Common Bluebell, Common Bracken, Common Broom, Common Buckthorn, Common Buckwheat, Common Bugloss, Common Bulrush, Common Carrot, Common Cattail, Common Chickory, Common Cocklebur, Common Corn Cockle, Common Corncockle, Common Cornflower, Common Cranberry, Common Crape Myrtle, Common Daisy, Common Dandelion, Common Daylily, Common Elder, Common Fig, Common Flax, Common Foxglove, Common Gardenia, Common Gorse, Common Grape Hyacinth, Common Grape Vine, Common Hazel, Common Heather, Common Hollyhock, Common Honeysuckle, Common Hop, Common Horehound, Common Horse Chestnut, Common Hyacinth, Common Ivy, Common Jasmine, Common Laburnum, Common Laurel, Common Lavender, Common Lilac, Common Male Fern, Common Mallow, Common Marigold, Common Marigold, Common Marshmallow, Common Meadow Violet, Common Mistletoe, Common Monkshood, Common Moonwort, Common Myrtle, Common Nettle, Common Onion, Common Passion Flower, Common Peony, Common Periwinkle, Common Plantain, Common Poppy, Common Primrose, Common Privet, Common Reed, Common Rue, Common Sage, Common Saint Johns Wort, Common Silverweed, Common Sneezeweed, Common Snowdrop, Common Solomons Seal, Common Sorrel, Common Spider Orchid, Common Spiderwort, Common Strawberry, Common Sundew, Common Tansy, Common Thistle, Common Thyme, Common Tormentil, Common Valerian, Common Verbena, Common Vervain, Common Violet, Common Walnut, Common Wild Plum, Common Wood Sorrel, Common Wormwood, Common Yarrow, Compass Flower, Compass Plant, Compass Plant, Compass Weed, Comphrey, Compositae, Compositae, Conderella Plant, Coneflower, Confetti Bush, Congdonia, Conium, Conium Chaerophylloides, Conium Maculatum, Conker Tree, Consohada, Consolida, Consolida Majoris, Consound, Consumptives Weed, Cedrat, Cedrat, Côca, Convall Lily, Convall Lily, Convallaria, Convallaria Fruticcosa, Convallaria Majalis, Convolvulus, Convolvulus Arvensis, Convolvulus Arvensis Linearifolius, Convolvulus Major, Coon Root, Coopers Reed, Copihue, Copioglossa, Copper, Coral Honeysuckle, Corchorus, Cordyline Fruticosa, Cordyline Terminalis, Coreander, Coreopsidaceae, Coreopsis, Coreopsis, Coreopsis Elegans, Coreopsis Tinctoria, Corfu Lily, Coriander, Coriandre, Coriandrum, Coriandrum Sativum, Corn, Corn Cockle, Corn Lilies, Corn Lily, Corn Poppy, Corn Poppy Rose, Corn Rose, Corncockle, Cornel Tree, Cornelian Cherry Tree, Cornelian Tree, Cornflower, Cornflower, Cornus, Cornus Florida, Cornus Mas, Corona, Coronet, Coronilla, Coronilla, Coronitas, Corpse Flower, Corpse Plant, Corylus Avellana, Corylus Maxima, Corynanthe Yohimbe, Corynephyllum, Cosmelia Rubra, Cosmos, Costmary, Cotinus Coggygria, Cotton Plant, Cotton Shrub, Cotton Thistle, Cottonwood, Coughwort, Coumaria Nut, Coumarouna, Coumarouna Odorata, Coumarouna Tetraphylla, Country Mallow, Court Case Root, Cow Bitter, Cow Grass, Cow Itch Tree, Cow Itch Vine, Cows And Bulls, Cowslip, Cowslip, Cowslip, Crab Cactus, Cramp Bark, Crampweed, Cranberry, Cranberry Bean, Cranberry Plant, Crane Flower, Cranes Bill, Cranes Flower, Cranesbill, Crape Myrtle, Crassina, Crassula Argentea, Crassula Dichotoma, Crassula Obliqua, Crassula Ovata, Crassula Portulacea, Crataegus, Cravo Da India, Cravo Das Molucas, Cravo De Doce, Creathnach, Creeping Cereus, Creeping Charley, Creeping Charlie, Creeping Devil, Creeping Jenny, Creeping Jenny, Creeping Myrtle, Creeping Willow, Creole Garlic, Crepe Myrtle, Crepis, Cress, Cretan Dittany, Cretan Mullein, Crewel, Crimson Bee Balm, Crimson Beebalm, Crni Slez, Crocodiles Tail, Crocodiles Tongue, Crocus, Crocus, Crocus Sativus, Crocus Vernus, Croix, Croix Agrestis, Croix Arundinacea, Croix Exaltata, Croix Lacryma, Croix Seed, Croton, Crotonanthus, Crotonopsis, Crow Corn, Crow Garlic, Crow Foot, Crows Nest, Crowberry, Crowberry, Crowbill, Crowfoot, Crown Anemone, Crown For A King, Crown Imperial, Crown Imperial Lily, Crown Of The Andes, Crown Of Thorns, Crown Vetch, Crows Bill, Cruzia, Cryphiacanthus, Cryptanthus, Crystal Ice Plant, Cubeb, Cuckoo Flower, Cuckoo Pint, Cuckoos Bread, Cuckoos Slippers, Cuckowes Meat, Cucumber, Cucumber Magnolia, Cucumber Tree, Cucumber Tree, Cucumbertree, Cucumis Sativus, Cucurbita Pepo, Cudweed, Cudweed, Cuitlaxochitl, Culantro, Culinary Sage, Cumaru, Cumbungi, Cumin, Cumino Tedesco, Cuminum Cyminum, Cummin, Cuntich, Cup Plant, Cup Rosinweed, Cup And Saucer Vine, Cupids Bower, Cupids Car, Cupids Dart, Cupidone, Cupidone, Cupressus, Curacao Aloe, Curcuma Longa, Cure All, Curled Dock, Curly Dock, Curom Gao, Curry Plant, Cursed Buttercup, Cuscuta, Cushuh, Cuslyppe, Cut Weed, Cutweed, Cuy, Cuy Lippe, Cyani Flower, Cyclamen, Cyclostigma, Cydonia Oblonga, Cylindropuntia Imbricata, Cymbidium, Cymbidium Orchid, Cymbopogon, Cymen, Cynanchum, Cynaraceae, Cyperochis, Cyperus Papyrus, Cyphisia, Cypress, Cypress Vine, Cypressvine Morning Glory, Cypridedium Calceolus, Cypripedioideae, Cypripedium, Cyrtanthera, Cyrtantherella, Cytisus Laburnum, Cytisus Scoparius,

 Daphne, Da Lai Huong, Da Ly Huong, Daalim, Dactylorhiza Viridis, Daffadown Dilly, Daffodil, Daffydowndilly, Dag Lalesi, Dagger Flower, Dahlia, Daily Rose, Daisan Chiku, Daisy, Daisy Echinopaceae, Dalmatian Sage, Dama De Noche, Damasco, Damascus Rose, Damask, Damask Rose, Damask Violet, Dames Gilliflower, Dames Rocket, Dames Violet, Dames Wort, Damiana, Dandelion, Dao Ruang Lek, Daorung, Daphne Cneorum, Daphne Mezereum, Daphne Odora, Dark Geranium, Darnel, Darwins Orchid, Date Palm, Date Plum, Datura, Daucon, Daucus Carota, Davids Harp, Davids Tears, Davids Harp, Dawadawa, Dawke, Day Lily, Day Lily, Daylily, Dead Finish, Dead Leaf, Dead Leaves,  Dead Mans Bells, Dead Nettle, Deadly Nightshade, Death Cherries, Death Flower, Deaths Herb, Deathcamas, Decarinium, Deer Vetch, Deers Tongue, Deerberry, Deerstongue, Deertongue Laurel, Delight Of The Eye, Delonix Regia, Delphinium, Demir Hindi, Dendrobium, Dendrobium Orchid, Dendrobium Tetragonum, Dendrobychis, Dendrocoryne Tetragonum, Dent De Lion, Dentaria, Deri, Desert Cabbage, Desert Candles, Desert Rose, Deveseel, Devil Brushes, Devil In The Bush, Devil Pepper, Devil Pepper, Devils Plague, Devils Apple, Devils Apple, Devils Bane, Devils Berries, Devils Bit, Devils Bit, Devils Bit Scabious, Devils Cherries, Devils Cucumber, Devils Dung, Devils Eye, Devils Eye, Devils Flower, Devils Guts, Devils Hair, Devils Hand Tree, Devils Ivy, Devils Milk, Devils Nettle, Devils Oatmeal, Devils Porridge, Devils Ringlet, Devils Shoestring, Devils Tongue, Devils Trumpet, Devils Turnip, Devils Weed, Devils Shoestring, Devils And Angels, Dew Of The Sea, Dew Plant, Dew Cup, Dewberry, Dewcup, Dhan, Dhania, Diallobus, Diamorpha, Dianthera, Dianthus, Dianthus Barbatus, Dianthus Caryophyllus, Dianthus Chinensis, Diatremis, Dicentra Spectabilis, Diclytra Spectabilis, Dictamnus, Dictamnus Albus, Didiers Tulip, Dierama, Digitalis Purpurea, Diglossus, Diktamo, Dill, Dill Weed, Dillisk, Dilly, Dilsk, Dimanisa, Dimerodisus, Dingle Dangle, Dinosaur Plant, Dinteracanthus, Dionaea Muscipula, Dios Pyros, Dioscorea Communis, Diosma, Diosma, Diosphaera, Diospyros, Diospyros Ebenum, Diospyros Lotus, Dipladenia, Diplopappus Asperrimus, Diplopappus Laxus, Diplothrix, Dipsacus Fullonum, Dipteracanthus, Dipteracanthus Spectabilis, Dipteryx Odorata, Dipteryx Tetraphylla, Discipiper, Distelbirne, Ditch Lily, Dittany Of Crete, Divale, Divine Flower, Divine Tree, Divya, Dlavero Girofle, Dock, Dodder, Dodecatheon, Doffle, Dog Bane, Dog Blow, Dog Daisy, Dog Rose, Dog Standard, Dog Strangling Vine, Dogs Finger, Dogs Mouth, Dogs Tooth Violet, Dogs Tooth Violet, Dogbane, Dogon Yaro, Dogtooth Violet, Dogtree, Dogwood, Dok Ratree, Dollar Plant, Dollof, Dolly Flower, Dongbaek Kkot, Doomoor, Dooryard Plantain, Dormilona, Double Cinnamon Rose, Double Daisy, Dovetail Moss, Downy Yellow Violet, Dracaena, Dracaena Arborea, Dracaena Cinnabari, Dracaena Reflexa, Dracaena Sanderiana, Dracaena Terminalis, Drachenfrucht, Dracontium Foetidum, Dracunculus Vulgaris, Dragon Arum, Dragon Blood Tree, Dragon Herb, Dragon Plant, Dragon Root, Dragon Tree, Dragon Wort, Dragons Blood Tree, Dragons Herb, Dragons Teeth, Dragons Tooth, Dragons Wort, Dragons Teeth, Dragons Wort, Dragonfruit, Dragonwort, Dragonwort, Drakondia, Drejerella, Drelip, Drepadenium, Drimys, Drimys Winteri, Dropberry, Dropsy Plant, Drosera Rotundifolia, Drunkard, Drunkards, Dryas, Dryopteris Filix Mas, Drypetes Australasica, Drypetes Deplanchei, Duchesnea, Duchesnea Indica, Ducks Foot, Duir, Dulse, Dumur, Dun Daisy, Dungwort, Duranta Erecta, Duranta Repens, Durian Tree, Durio, Dusky Cranesbill, Dusky Salmon, Dusty Miller, Dutch Amaryllis, Dutch Hyacinth, Dutch Morgan, Dutch White Clover, Dutchmans Britches, Dutchmans Trousers, Duvaua, Duvernoia, Dwale, Dwaleberry, Dwarf Honeysuckle, Dwarf Rose, Dwarf Sophronitis, Dway Berry, Dwayberry, Dyers Rocket, Dyers Fucus, Dysphania Botrys,

 Eardrops, Earleocassia, Early Purple Orchid, Earth Apple, Earth Star, Earthbank, Easter Flower, Easter Flower, Easter Giant, Easter Ledger, Easter Ledges, Easter Lily, Easter Lily, Easter Magiant, Easter Man Giant, Eastern Skunk Cabbage, Eastern Teaberry, Eastern Wahoo, Ebegumeci, Ebony, Ebony, Echinacea, Echtes Eisenkraut, Ecorce Sacree, Edelweiss, Edible Burdock, Eerie, Egg Yolk Flower Tree, Eggs And Bacon, Eglantine Rose, Egyptian Rose, Egyptian Thorn, Eight Horn, Ekpanni, Ela, Elachi, Elaichi, Elakkaai, Elam, Elder, Elder, Elder Bush, Elder Flower, Elderberry, Elderberry, Elecampane, Elefantes Bean, Elephant Ear, Elephant Garlic, Elettaria Cardamomum, Elettaria Repens, Elf, Elf Leaf, Elfwort, Elijahs Chariot, Elixir Of Life, Ellai, Ellingtons Curse, Elm, Eluteria, Emularia, Enalcida, Enchanters Nightshade, Enchanters Plant, Enchysia, Endive, Endosiphon, Endro, Enebro, Engelmanns Ivy, Engelmannia, English Bluebell, English Broom, English Chamomile, English Cowslip, English Daisy, English Hawthorn, English Holly, English Ivy, English Laurel, English Lavender, English Mandrake, English Marigold, English Monkshood, English Primrose, English Valerian, English Violet, English Walnut, English Wild Thyme, Englishmans Foot, Enola Bean, Epidendrum Huegelianum, Epigaea Repens, Epilepis, Epilobium, Epilobium Angustifolium, Epipactis Myodes, Epiphyllum Russellianum, Epipremnum Aureum, Equisetum Hyemale, Er Hua, Erdei Malyva, Eremocarpus, Eremurus, Erhonghua, Eriadenia, Erica, Erigeron, Erigeron Perennis, Eriodictyon Californicum, Erioxylum, Erontas, Eruca, Eruca Sativa, Erva Mate, Erva Mate, Eryngium, Eryngo, Erysimum Cheiri, Erythraea, Erythronium, Erythronium Dens Canis, Erythroxylum Coca, Eschalot, Eschscholzia, Espadana Comun, Esparceta, Esparcette, Esparrago, Esparsett, Esparsette, Espartset, Esphand, Ethesia, Etiosedum, Etrog, Eucalyptus, Eucalyptus Regnans, Eucharis, Eucharis Lily, Eugenia Aromatica, Eugenia Caryophyllat, Eugenia Caryophyllus, Eukkie, Euonymus, Euonymus Atropurpureus, Eupatoriaceae, Eupatorium, Euphorbia, Euphorbia Pulcherrima, Euphrasia, Euphrasiae Herba, Eurasian Aspen, Eurasian Smoketree, European Ash, European Aspen, European Bird Cherry, European Black Elderberry, European Black Pine, European Blackberry, European Cornel, European Cranberrybush, European Elder, European Elderberry, European Fly Honeysuckle, European Goldenrod, European Holly, European Honeysuckle, European Michaelmas Daisy, European Mistletoe, European Mountain Ash, European Pennyroyal, European Peony, European Privet, European Raspberry, European Raspberry, European Sage, European Strawberry, European Venus Looking Glass, European White Waterlily, European Wild Angelica, Euryangium Ferula Sumbul, Eustoma, Euthrochium, Eutrophia, Evening Flower, Evening Primrose, Evening Trumpetflower, Evening Primrose, Evergreen (Any), Evergreen Candytuft, Evergreen Magnolia, Evergreen Oak, Evergreen Thorn (Any), Everlasting, Everlasting Candytuft, Everlasting Pea, Ewe Daisy, Exogonium, Eye Bright, Eye Of Christ, Eye Of The Day, Eyebright,

 Faba, Faceclock, Fadnu, Fagara, Faggio, Faggots, Fagopyrum Esculentum, Fagopyrum Tataricum, Fagos, Fagraea Berteriana, Fagraea Berteroana, Fagus, Fagus Castanea, Fair Lady, Fair Maid Of February, Fair Rosamonds Rose, Fairies Horses, Fairy Bells, Fairy Bells, Fairy Candle, Fairy Cup, Fairy Lily, Fairy Petticoats, Fairy Thimbles, Fairy Wands, Fairy Caps, Fairys Fishing Rods, Fairys Wands, Fakouha, Fall Daffodil, False Aloe, False Bird Of Paradise, False Box, False Boxwood, False Dittany, False Goats Beard, False Mandrake, False Spirea, False Strawberry, False Wintergreen, Farewell To Spring, Farfara, Farnese Wattle, Farnesia Odora, Farnesiana Odora, Fart Flower, Fawn Lily, Fawn Lily, Faya, Fea Berry, Fea Berry, Feathered Geranium, Featherfew, Featherfoil, Febrifuge Plant, February Fairmaids, Feijão Preto Bean, Fellenwort, Felon Herb, Felonwood, Feltwort, Fen Hsien, Fennel, Fenugreek, Fern, Fern, Fernbrake, Fernleaf Yarrow, Ferns, Ferula Assa Foetida, Ferula Assafoetida, Ferula Moschata, Feslien, Fever Grass, Fever Root, Feverfew, Feverwort, Ficindica, Ficus, Ficus, Ficus Benghalensis, Ficus Carica, Ficus Indica, Ficus Religiosa, Ficus Sycomorus, Fiddle, Fieberkless, Field Balm, Field Balm, Field Bindweed, Field Daisy, Field Daisy, Field Garlic, Field Hops, Field Lilac, Field Lily, Field Mustard, Field Pansy, Field Pea, Field Poppy, Field Pumpkin, Field Rush, Fig Marigold, Fig Tree, Fig Mulberry, Figwort, Filbert, Filipendula Ulmaria, Findern Flower, Fingerhut, Finocchio Meridionale, Fir, Fir Tree, Fire Bush, Fire Weed, Fireball, Firebush, Fireweed, Fireweed, First Aid Plant, Fiscaria Grandiflora, Fiscaria Verna, Fish Poison Tree, Fishfuddle, Fishtail Camellia, Five Finger Blossom, Five Finger Grass, Five Fingers, Five Faced Bishop, Five Finger, Five Leaved Ivy, Flag, Flag Lily, Flamboyant, Flame Iris, Flame Of The Wood, Flame Tree, Flaming Iris, Flamingo Flower, Flanders Poppy, Flannel Plant, Flapjacks, Flasa, Flat Leaved Vanilla, Flax, Flax Leaved Golden Locks, Flax Leaved Golden Locks, Flax Leaved Goldilocks, Flax Leaved Goldy Locks, Fleabane, Flesh And Blood, Fleur De Lis Iris, Flirtwort, Floare De Colt, Floarea Reginei, Flor De Caliz, Flor De Jamaica, Flor De Muertos, Flor De Pascua, Flor De San Sebastian, Flor Del Peru, Floras Bell, Floras Bellflower, Floramon, Florentine Iris, Florida Dogwood, Florida Fishpoison Tree, Floripondio Tree, Flos Adonis, Floss Flower, Flossflower, Flower Gentle, Flower Of An Hour, Flower Of Bristol, Flower Of Happiness, Flower Of Hindus And Buddhists, Flower Of Immortality, Flower Of Life, Flower Of Oahu, Flower Of Pupil, Flower Of The Dead, Flower Of The East, Flower Of The Gods, Flower Velour, Flower Of An Hour, Flowering Almond, Flowering Aloe, Flowering Cornel, Flowering Dogwood, Flowering Fern, Flowering Maple, Flowering Quince, Flowering Raspberry, Flowering Reed, Flowering Rush, Flukes, Fluxroot, Fly Honeysuckle, Fly Ophrys, Fly Orchid, Fly Woodbine, Flying Saucers, Flytrap, Foals Foot, Foalswort, Foeniculum, Foetid Pothos, Food Of The Gods, Fools Cicely, Fools Parsley, Forget Me Not, Forsythia, Fosang, Four Leaf Sorrel, Four Leave Pink Sorrel, Four Leaved Clover, Four Oclock Flower, Four Leaf Clover, Fox Bells, Fox Glove, Foxberry, Foxglove, Foxtail, Foxtail Amaranth, Foxtail Grass, Foxtail Lilies, Fragaria Vesca, Fragaria X Ananassa, Fragrant Bedstraw, Fragrant Valerian, Fraises Des Bois, Framboise, Franciscea Latifolia, Frangipani, Frangula Purshiana, Frankincense Plant, Frauenschlussel, Fraughan, Fraxinella, Fraxinella, Fraxinus, Fraxinus Excelsior, Freesia, French Gray Shallot, French Honeysuckle, French Lilac, French Lilac, French Marigold, French Marygold, French Parsley, French Willow, French Willow, Fressant, Friars Cap, Friendship Tree, Friesia, Friggs Grass, Frijol Negro Bean, Frijol Pinto, Fringed Gentian, Fritillaria Imperialis, Fritillaria Meleagris, Fritillary, Frog Ophrys, Frog Orchid, Frog Cup, Fruit Du Dragon, Fuchia, Fuchias, Fuchsia, Fuchsias, Fucus Vesiculosus, Fuga Daemonum, Fullers Teasel, Fullers Thistle, Fumaria, Fumaria Spectabilis, Fumewort, Fumitory, Funkia, Funkiaceae, Funnel Flower, Furcaria, Furse, Furze, Fusang, Fuzi, Fuzzy Weed,

  Gaai Daan Fa, Galanga, Galanga Root, Galangal, Galanthus Nivalis, Galatella Asperrima, Galega Bicolor, Galega Officinalis, Galium Aparine, Galium Odoratum, Galium Triflorum, Galium Verum, Gallicam, Gamun, Gant De Notre Dame, Garclive, Garde Robe, Garden Anemone, Garden Angelica, Garden Balm, Garden Balsam, Garden Basil, Garden Camomile, Garden Carrot, Garden Celandine, Garden Chervil, Garden Cress, Garden Daisy, Garden Dill, Garden Heliotrope, Garden Heliotrope, Garden Hyacinth, Garden Marigold, Garden Marigold, Garden Mint, Garden Patience, Garden Pea, Garden Pepper Cress, Garden Purslane, Garden Ranunculus, Garden Rocket, Garden Rue, Garden Sage, Garden Sagebrush, Garden Savory, Garden Sorrel, Garden Strawberry, Garden Thyme, Garden Valerian, Garden Violet, Garden Violet, Gardenia, Gardenia Jasminoides, Garderobe, Garget, Garlic, Garlic Chives, Garnet Apple, Garnet Stripe Rose, Garrofa, Gas Plant, Gaultheria, Gaultheria Procumbens, Gaultheria Shallon, Gavati Chaha, Gavez, Gay Feather, Gayfeather, Gean, Gearwe, Geelplakkie, Geerah, Geiseleria, Gelbe Rube, Gelsemium, Gelsemium Sempervirens, Gelso, Gemengte Rose, Gemenier Bambus, Genista Green Broom, Genista Juncea, Genista Scoparius, Gentian, Gentian, Gentiana, Gentiana Andrewsii, Gentiana Crinita, Gentle Balm, Gentle Dock, Georgina, Geranium, Geranium, Geranium Maculatum, Geranium Nubilum, Geranium Phaeum, Geranium Terebinthinaceum, Geranium Versicolor, Gerbera, Gerbera Daisy, Gergelim, German Aster, German Catchfly, German Iris, German Rue, German Statice, Germander Speedwell, Gështenjë, Geum Urbanum, Geumeunhwa, Gewurznelkenbaum, Gheekvar, Ghiu Kumari, Ghost Flower, Ghosts In The Graveyard, Ghrtakumari, Giant Cane, Giant Dutch Crocus, Giant Fennel, Giant Honey Flower, Giant Protea, Giant Reed, Giant Sunflower, Giant Vetch, Giant Vetch, Giboshi, Gigantes Bean, Gill Over The Ground, Gillies, Gilliflower, Gilliflower, Gilly Flower, Gillyflower, Ginger, Gingidium, Gingko, Gingli, Ginkgo, Ginkgo Biloba, Ginnan, Ginnsuu, Ginseng, Giroflee, Giroflier, Githopsis Latifolia, Giver Of Life, Gizisomukiki, Gizri, Glad, Gladdon, Gladiolus, Glastonbury Thorn, Glechoma Hederacea, Gleditsia Triacanthos, Globe Amaranth, Globe Amaranthus, Gloriosa Daisy, Glory Bush, Glory Flower, Glosarithys, Gloxinia, Glycyrrhiza Glabra, Glycyrrhiza Glandulifera, Gnaphalium Purpureum, Gnaphalium Uliginosum, Goat Weed, Goats Leaf, Goats Rue, Goats Thorn, Goats Rue, Goblins Gloves, Gods Herb, Godetia, Godetia Amoena, Godhuli Gopal, Gojeh Farangi, Gol E Yax, Gold Basket, Gold Melissa, Gold Dust, Goldband Lily, Golden Allamanda, Golden Alyssum, Golden Apple, Golden Bamboo, Golden Bough, Golden Buttons, Golden Chain, Golden Cup, Golden Dewdrop, Golden Jerusalem, Golden Marguertes, Golden Moss, Golden Pothos, Golden Purslane, Golden Rain, Golden Rain Tree, Golden Rayed Lily Of Japan, Golden Rod, Golden Star, Golden Trumpet, Golden Tuft Alyssum, Golden Tuft Madwort, Goldenrain Tree, Goldenrod, Goldenseal, Goldentuft Alyssum, Goldilocks, Goldlack, Goldthread, Goldy Star, Goldylocks, Gole Maryam, Gollins, Gomphrena Globosa, Good Herb, Good King Henry, Good Luck Plant, Gooseberry, Goosefoot, Goosefoot, Goosegrass, Goosegrass, Gora Bac, Gordaldo, Gormania, Gorse, Gossypium, Gotu Kola, Gourd, Gourmet Parsley, Goutberry, Goutweed, Gozdni Slezenovec, Grain, Grains Of Paradise, Gramineae, Grammanthes Chloriflora, Grampoo, Granatapfel, Grand Wormwood, Grande Mauve, Grandilla, Grape, Grape Hyacinth, Grapefern Moonwort, Grass, Grass, Grass Rush, Grasses, Graveyard Flowers, Gray Elm, Great Bindweed, Great Bistort, Great Blue Periwinkle, Great Burdock, Great Daffodil, Great Flowered Celsia, Great Laurel, Great Reedmace, Great Rhododendron, Great Headed Garlic, Greater Burdock, Greater Celandine, Greater Knapweed, Greater Periwinkle, Greater Plantago, Greater Plantain, Greater Scullcap, Grecian Laurel, Greek Valerian, Green Cardamom, Green Dragon, Green Dragon, Green Kangaroo Paw, Green Locust Tree, Green Mint, Green Osier, Green Pepper, Green Spine, Green Tea, Greenbrier, Grenadier, Grevillea, Grey Bark, Grey Boxwood, Griselle, Groats, Groot, Groot Kaasjeskruid, Grote Engelwortel, Ground Apple, Ground Berry, Ground Holly, Ground Hurts, Ground Ivy, Ground Laurel, Ground Pine, Ground Ivy, Groundberry, Grozet, Guar Patha, Guardrobe, Guarianthe Skinneri, Guelder Rose, Guindilla, Guinea Grains, Guinea Pepper, Guinea Hen Flower, Gul Snerre, Gulabaskhi, Gulmohar, Gum Arabic Tree, Gum Arcacia, Gum Benjamin, Gum Benzoin, Gum Bush, Gum Cistus, Gum Jum, Gum Ladanum, Gum Plant, Gum Rockrose, Gum Senegal Tree, Gum Tree, Gumamela, Gurbir, Guzungu, Gwarpatha, Gymnacanthus, Gynamblosis, Gyndl, Gynopogon Stellata, Gyp, Gypsophila,

 Habichuelas Rosada Bean, Hackberry, Hackberry, Hadrolaelia Pumila, Haedanghwa, Hags Tapers, Hailweed, Haimavati, Hair Moss, Hairbells, Haircap Moss, Hairweed, Hairy Amber, Hairy Buttercup, Hairy Panic, Halba, Haldi, Halecus, Hamamelis, Hamamelis Virginiana, Hamanashi, Hamanasu, Hamburg Parsley, Hand Flower Tree, Hanjeli, Happy Festival, Happy Major, Harathi Karpuram, Hard Necked Garlic, Harden Balm, Hardock, Hardy Geranium, Harebell, Harebells, Harefoot, Haricot Bean, Haridra, Hariz, Harlanlewisia, Harldar, Harlequin Blueflag, Harmal, Harmal Peganum, Harmal Shrub, Harnieria, Haroupia, Harts Thorn, Hartwegia Comosa, Haruv, Hashab Gum, Hasnuhana, Hatomugi, Haw, Hawberry Tree, Haweater Tree, Hawks Beard, Hawkbit, Hawkbits, Hawksbeard, Hawkweed, Hawthorn Tree, Haya, Haynaldia, Hazel, Hazelnut Tree, Head Waak, Headaches, Heal All, Heal All, Healing Blade, Healing Herb, Heart Leaf Ice Plant, Heart Of Hawaii, Heart Of Jesus, Hearts Delight, Hearts Ease, Heartleaf Ice Plant, Hearts Bursting With Love, Heartsease, Heath Heather, Heath Pearlwort, Heavenly Blue, Heavenly Trumpets, Hebe Speciosa, Hecates, Hedera Acuta, Hedera Arborea, Hedera Baccifera, Hedera Grandifolia, Hedera Helix, Hedge Bindweed, Hedge Taper, Hedgenettle, Hedysarum Coronarium, Hedysarum Gyrans, Heemst, Heermannchen, Heinzelia, Helenium, Helenium Autumnale, Helianthella Parryi, Helianthus, Helianthus Giganteus, Helianthus Tuberosus, Helichroa, Helichrysaceae, Helichrysum, Helichrysum Angustifolium, Helichrysum Italicum, Heliconia, Heliotrope, Heliotropium, Heliotropium Arborescens, Heliotropium Peruvianum, Hells Bells, Helladia, Hellbine, Hellebore, Helleborus, Helleborus Foetidus, Helleborus Niger, Hellweed, Helmet Flower, Helmet Flower, Hemecyclia Australasica, Hemerocallis, Hemerocallis Flava, Hemerocallis Fulva, Hemerocallis Lilioasphodelus, Hemichoriste, Hemlock, Hemp, Hen Plant, Hen And Chickens, Henbane, Henbells, Hendecandras, Hendibeh, Henna, Hens And Chicks, Hepatica, Heptallon, Herb Bennet, Herb Bennet, Herb Hyssop, Herb Margaret, Herb Of Circe, Herb Of Gladness, Herb Of Grace, Herb Of Grace, Herb Of Kings, Herb Of Love, Herb Of Magic, Herb Of Rememberance, Herb Of Repentance, Herb Of The Angels, Herb Of The Cross, Herb Of The Devil, Herb Of The Holy Ghost, Herb Of The Sun, Herb Patience, Herb Peter, Herb Twopence, Herb Walter, Herb Of Grace, Herba Euphrasiae, Herba John, Herbe D Euphraise, Herbe De St. Julien, Herbygrass, Hercules Club, Herpetica, Hesperis Matronalis, Heteraspidia, Heterochlamys, Heterocroton, Hetre, Hibiscus, Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis, Hibiscus Syriacus, Hibiscus Trionum, Hicorius Pecan, Hieracium, Hierba Luisa, Hierba Luisa, Hierbabuena, Hierochloe Ororata, High Angelica, High Blackberry, High John The Conqueror, High Mallow, Hilbeh, Hill Berry, Hill Trot, Hillberry, Hilteet, Hina, Hing, Hinna, Hippomane Aucuparia, Hippomane Biglandulosa, Hippomane Cerifera, Hippomane Dioica, Hippomane Fruticosa, Hippomane Glandulosa, Hippomane Horrida, Hippomane Ilicifolia, Hippomane Mancanilla, Hippomane Mancinella, Hippomane Spinosa, Hippomane Zeocca, Hjaltalinia, Hleri, Hoa Che, Hoa Muoi Gio, Hoa Tra, Hoarhound, Hoary Stock, Hobbejza Tar Raba, Hocysen Gyffredin, Hog Apple, Hog Cranberry, Hog Plum, Hog Weed, Hogapple, Hogsbean, Hoholi, Holba, Holiday Cactus, Hollowroot, Holly, Holly Herb, Hollyhock, Holy Bark Tree, Holy Basil, Holy Ghost, Holy Ghost Root, Holy Grass, Holy Herb, Holy Thistle, Holy Wood, Homoeos, Honesty, Honey, Honey Flower, Honey Leaf, Honey Locust, Honey Ball, Honeypot, Honeystalks, Honeysuckle, Honeysuckle Clover, Hongfusang, Hongmujin, Hooded Violet, Hoodwort, Hop, Hop Marjoram, Hordeum Vulgare, Horehound, Hornbeam, Horse Blob, Horse Daisy, Horse Foot, Horse Gentian, Horse Gowan, Horse Violet, Horse Heal, Horse Radish, Horsehoe Geranium, Horsemint, Horseradish, Horseradish Root, Horsetail Rush, Hortel, Hortelã, Hortensia, Hosen Ka, Hosta, Hostaceae, Hot Bo Bo, Hot Capsicum, Hot Peppers, Hot Water Plant, Hounds Tongue, Houseleek, Houstonia, Houstonia Caerulea, Hoya, Hreow, Hreri, Hrrt, Hrry, Hti Ka Yoan, Hu Sui, Huauhtli, Huautli, Huckleberry, Huckleberrys Blanket, Huisache, Hulthemia, Hulthemia X Rosa, Hulwa, Humble Plant, Hummingbird Vine, Hummingbird Vine, Humulus Lupulus, Hunase, Hundred Eyes, Hundred Leaved Grass, Hundred Leaved Rose, Hundred Petaled Rose, Huohonghua, Huolongguo, Hurrburr, Hurtleberry, Hurts, Hurtsickle, Husan Tsao, Husbandmans Dial, Hvonn, Hvonn, Hyacinth, Hyacinthoides Non Scripta, Hyacinthus Orientalis, Hybrid Perpetual Rose, Hybrid Tea, Hybrid Tea Rose, Hybrides Remontants, Hydrangea, Hydrastis Canadensis, Hydrocotyle Asiatica, Hylan Tree, Hylder, Hylocereus Tricostatus, Hylocereus Undatus, Hylotelephium, Hyoscyamus Niger, Hypericum Perforatum, Hypocalymma Angustifolium, Hyssop, Hyssopus, Hyssopus Decumbens, Hyssopus Officinalis,

 Iberis, Iberis Sempervirens, Ice Flower, Ice Plant, Iceland Moss, Icho, Icicle Plant, Ijzerhard, Ilex, Ilex Aquifolium, Ilex Paraguariensis, Ilima, Illicium Verum, Imli, Immortal Flower, Immortality Plant, Immortelles, Impatiens, Impatiens, Impatiens Balsamina, Impatiens Sultanii, Impatiens Walleriana, Impatient, Imperial Lily, In Xing, Inca Lily, Incensier, India Ebony, India Fig, Indian Apple, Indian Apple, Indian Arrow Wood, Indian Arrowwood, Indian Bean Tree, Indian Cress, Indian Date, Indian Elm, Indian Fig Opuntia, Indian Fig Tree, Indian Ginseng, Indian God Tree, Indian Hemp, Indian Hyacinth, Indian Jasmine, Indian Lagerstroemia, Indian Lilac, Indian Lotus, Indian Mallow, Indian Nettle, Indian Nut, Indian Paint, Indian Paint Brush, Indian Paintbrush, Indian Pennywort, Indian Pink, Indian Plant, Indian Plum, Indian Posy, Indian Red Paint, Indian Root, Indian Saffron, Indian Sandalwood Tree, Indian Strawberry, Indian Tobacco, Indian Turnip, Indian Walnut, Indian Whiskey, Indian Cup, Industrial Hemp Plant, Inermis Rose, Ingenhouzia, Ingu, Ingua, Inkberry, Intybus, Inula Helenium, Inulaceae, Ipomoea, Ipomoea Alba, Ipomoea Batatas, Ipomoea Coccinea, Ipomoea Cordatotriloba, Ipomoea Jalapa, Ipomoea Quamoclit, Iraakuuccittam, Iridorchis, Iris, Iris Germanica, Iris Pseudacorus, Iris Versicolor, Irish Broom, Irish Daisy, Irish Moss, Irish Potato, Irish Strawberry Tree, Irish Tops, Iron Cross, Iron Wood, Isandrina, Isatis Indigotica, Isatis Tinctoria, Isband, Isolobus, Italian Fitch, Italian Parsley, Italian Woodbine, Itburunu, Itm, Ivraie, Ivy, Ivy Geranium, Ivy Vine, Ivy Leaf Geranium, Ivybush, Ixia, Ixora, Ixora Coccinea, Ixtlania,

 Jaba, Jacaranda, Jacaranda Acutifolia, Jacaranda Mimosifolia, Jack In Prison, Jack In The Pulpit, Jack In The Pulpit, Jacobs Ladder, Jacobs Tears, Jacobs Tears, Jacobinia, Jade Plant, Jaggy Nettle, Jali, Jaljala, Jamaica Dogwood, Jamaica Pepper, Jamaican Dogwood, Jamaican Pepper, Jambu Monyet, Jamestown Weed, Japan Rose, Japan Rose, Japanese Bellflower, Japanese Camellia, Japanese Easter Lily, Japanese Flowering Crabapple, Japanese Honeysuckle, Japanese Lily, Japanese Quince, Japanese Rose, Japonica, Jara Pringosa, Jarjeer, Jarum Jarum, Jasmine, Jasminum Grandiflorum, Jasminum Officinale, Jaswand, Jat, Jatamansi, Jatil, Jatropha Moluccana, Java Pepper, Javanese Asam, Javanese Sour, Javas, Jawa, Jawas, Jawz Hindi, Jen Shen, Jensoa, Jeongguji, Jericho Rose, Jerusalem Artichoke, Jerusalem Cowslip, Jerusalem Cross, Jerusalem Oak, Jerusalem Oak Goosefoot, Jessamine, Jessamine, Jesuits Balsam, Jesuits Bark Tree, Jesus Flower, Jewelweed, Ji Xing, Jiamudan, Jie Geng, Jiimsonweed, Jimson Weed, Jin Yin Hua, Jîn Sim, Jinchoge, Jindilli, Jinns Tongue, Jinyinhua, Jiu Cai, Jobs Tears, Jobs Tears, Jocote, Joe Pye Weed, Johannisbrotbaum, John De Conquer, John The Conker, John The Conquer, John The Conquer Root, John The Conqueroo, John The Conqueror, Johns Wort, Johnny Jump Up, Johnny Jumper, Jonjoli, Jonquil, Jonquille, Jordboer, Joseph And Mary, Joulaf, Joves Flower, Joves Nuts, Joy On The Ground, Jt, Judas Tree, Jue Ming Zi, Juglans, Juglans Duclouxiana, Juglans Fallax, Juglans Illinoinensis, Juglans Oliviformis, Juglans Orientis, Juglans Pecan, Juglans Regia, Julienne Des Dames, Julocroton, Junco, Junco Tapatio, Juncus Tenuis, Jungle Flame, Jungle Geranium, Jungle Geranium, Juniper, Juniperus, Junos Tears, Juopmu, Jupiters Beard, Jupiters Staff, Justiceweed, Justicia, Jute Plant, Juzudama,

 Kaam, Kaasjeskruid, Kaayam, Kablin, Kaeo Mangkon, Kafoor, Kafrovnik Lekarsky, Kaisers Crown, Kaitha Chakka, Kaka Beak, Kakabeak, Kakaw, Kalanchoe, Kalanchoe Thyrsiflora, Kalanit, Kalimares Amellus, Kalmia Latifolia, Kalwerbossie Geranium, Kamal, Kamala, Kamatis, Kammon, Kammun, Kamoon, Kanaje Hindi, Kangaroo Paw, Kansas Gay Feather, Kapoor, Kapparis, Karabu Nati, Karakaffes, Karavi, Karcom, Karpooram, Karpuuram, Karve, Kastanje, Kasui, Katraazhai, Kattar Vazha, Kauayan Kiling, Kava, Kava Kava, Keçiboynuzu, Kembang Sepatu, Kemenyan, Kemiri, Kennedia, Kennedya, Kenning Wort, Keper, Keratolepis, Kesar, Ketsumei Shi, Key Flower, Key Of Heaven, Keyflower, Kha, Kharrub Kharrub, Khata, Kheme, Khormaloo, Khulakhudi, Khus, Khus Khus, Ki, Ki Lai, Kidney Bean, Kiiltomalva, Kikwata, Killarney Strawberry Tree, Kily, Kina Cicegi, King Of Flowers, King Of Fragrance, King Of Herbs, King Of The Angraecums, King Of The Fruits Tree, King Protea, King Solomons Seal, King Sugar Bush, Kings Cup, Kings Spear, Kingcup Buttercup, Kingcups, Kingyo Tsubaki, Kinnikinnick, Kirambu, Kiss Me Nicholas, Kiss Me At The Garden Gate, Kistinen, Kitchen Sage, Kitten, Kiwicha, Klamath Weed, Klotzschiphytum, Knights Milefoil, Knights Milfoil, Knit Back, Knit Bone, Knitbone, Knotgrass, Knotted Marjoram, Knotweed, Knyghten, Ko, Ko Ri Ja Da Na, Ko Yen Ta Ka Ah Tas, Kochia Scoparia, Kochia Trichophylla, Kockavica, Koelreuteria Paniculata, Kohomba, Korean Cherry, Koriadnon, Koriandron, Koriannon, Korphad, Kowhai Ngutu Kaka, Kowhai Ngutukaka, Kreuzkummel, Krinon, Krishnachura, Krokos, Kruidjie Roer My Nie, Kruidnagel, Ksylokeratia, Ku Chai, Ku Mi No, Kuanneq, Kudakan, Kudangal, Kudu, Kudzu Of The Northwest, Kuestera, Kuki, Kukicha, Kukui Nut Tree, Kula Kud, Kultur Kasepappel, Kulunya, Kumara, Kumari, Kumaru, Kumaru, Kuminon, Kummel, Kunala, Kungsangslilja, Kunjid, Kunkuma, Kunzhut, Kurkas, Kurrat, Kurundu, Kusburnu, Kusu No Ki, Kuzu Kulagı, Kvan, Kvanne, Kvanne, Kypros,

 L Herbe Royale, Laberstroemia Indica, Labillardiera, Laburnum Anagyroides, Laburnum Vulgare, Laceflower, Lachemilla, Lacryma Christi, Lacryma Jobi, Lactuca Sativa, Lactucaceae, Lads Love, Lads Love, Ladanum, Ladder To Heaven, Ladder To Heaven, Ladder To Heaven, Ladder To Heaven, Ladies Tresses, Lady Bleeding, Lady In A Bath, Lady Of The Meadow, Lady Of The Night, Lady Of The Woods, Lady Slipper Orchid, Ladys Bedstraw, Ladys Delight, Ladys Ear Drop, Ladys Foxglove, Ladys Glove, Ladys Keys, Ladys Laces, Ladys Mantle, Ladys Purse, Ladys Seal, Ladys Seals, Ladys Slipper, Ladys Smock, Ladys Thistle, Ladys Tresses, Laege Jernurt, Laelia Pumila, Laelia Pumila Mirabilis, Laelia Spectabilis, Lagenaria, Lagerstroemia, Lagunaria, Lagunaria Patersonii, Lale, Laleh, Lamb Mint, Lambs Ear, Lambs Ears, Lambs Ear, Lambkill, Lambs Foot, Lammint, Lamprocapnos Spectabilis, Langkwas, Languas Galanga, Lantana, Lantana Aculeata, Lantana Armata, Lantana Camara, Lao Cilantro, Laong, Laos, Laotian Coriander, Lapageria, Lapageria Rosea, Lappa Burdock, Lapstones, Larch, Large Cocklebur, Large Periwinkle, Large Flower Magnolia, Large Flowered Aster, Large Flowered Sneezeweed, Larger Bindweed, Larger Blue Flag, Larix, Larks Claw, Larks Heel, Larkspur, Lasafa, Laseguea, Lasiandra, Lasiogyne, Late Rhododendron, Lathyrus Latifolius, Lathyrus Odoratus, Laung, Laurel, Laurel Magnolia, Laurel Magnolia, Laurel Sabino, Laurel Tree, Laurel Leaved Magnolia, Laurentia, Laurestine, Laurus, Laurus Nobilis, Laurus Nobilis Wreath:, Laurustinus, Laurustinus Viburnum, Lauti, Lavandula, Lavandula Angustifolia, Lavandula Officinalis, Lavandula Pyrenaica, Lavandula Spica, Lavandula Vera, Lavang, Lavanga, Lavangam, Lavatera, Lawang, Lawn Chamomile, Lawn Daisy, Lawsonia Inermis, Laza Lu, Lazarus Bell, Leaf Of Patrick, Leather Flower, Leather Jackets, Leaves, Lebanon Cedar, Lechenaultia Splendens, Lechoza, Leek, Legousia Perfoliata, Legousia Speculum Veneris, Lehua Moa Loa, Lehua Pepa, Leirion, Lemon, Lemon Balm, Lemon Balsam, Lemon Beebrush, Lemon Day Lily, Lemon Geranium, Lemon Grass, Lemon Lily, Lemon Plant, Lemon Tree, Lemon Verbena, Lemon Scented Geranium, Lemongrass, Lenophyllum, Lenton Rose, Leontodon, Leontodon Taraxacum, Leontopodium Alpinum, Leonurus Cardiaca, Leopards Bane, Leper Lily, Lepianthes, Lepidium Sativum, Lepidobalanua, Leptemon, Leptosiphonium, Leptospermum Angustifolium, Leptosyne, Leschenaultia, Leschenaultia Splendens, Lesser Celandine, Lesser Periwinkle, Lestyan, Lettuce, Leucadenia, Leucanthemum Vulgare, Leucobalanus, Leucosedum, Leustean, Levistico, Levisticum Officinale, Liatris, Libanotis, Libbsticka, Libecek, Libonia, Licorice, Lidah Buaya, Lidah Buaya, Liebstockel, Liebstockel, Life Everlasting, Lignum Aloes, Ligustrum, Ligustrum Vulgare, Lilac, Lilak, Lilium, Lilium Auratum, Lilium Canadense, Lilium Candidum, Lilium Columbianum, Lilium Longiflorum, Lilium Regale, Lilium Speciosum, Lilium Superbum, Lily, Lily Constancy, Lily Constancy, Lily Of The Desert, Lily Of The Field, Lily Of The Incas, Lily Of The Nile, Lily Of The Nile, Lily Of The Valley, Lily Of The Field, Lily Of The Valley, Lime Tree, Limestone Pea, Limonium, Limonium, Limonium Caspia, Limosella, Lincolnshire Spinach, Linden, Lindeniopiper, Lindheimer Nolina, Ling, Link, Linseed, Lint Plant, Linum Usitatissimum, Lions Ear, Lions Herb, Lions Mouth, Lions Tail, Lions Tooth, Lippia Citriodora, Lippia Triphylla, Liquidambar, Liquorice, Liquorice Milkvetch, Liriodendron, Liriodendron Tulipifera, Lisianthus, Little Apple Of Death, Little Bell, Little Boys Breeches, Little John To Chew, Little Larkspur, Little Stepmother, Little Violet Morning Glory, Live Oak, Liveche, Liveforever, Liverleaf, Liverwort, Llama Del Bosque, Loan Tz, Loban, Lobelia, Lobelia Cardinalis, Lobelia Fulgens, Lobster Claw, Lobster Claws, Lobularia Maritima, Loco Weed, Locoweed, Locust Plant, Locust Rose, Locust Tree, Logowe, Lojjaboti, Lolium, Lolium Annuum, Lolium Berteronianum, Lolium Cuneatum, Lolium Gracile, Lolium Temulentum, Lolu, London Pride, London Pride Saxifrages, Long Bracted Green Orchid, Long Tube Evening Primrose, Longtubed White Lily, Lonicera, Lonicera, Lonicera Caprifolium, Lonicera Japonica, Lonicera Periclymenum, Lonicera Xylosteum, Look Up And Kiss Me, Loosestrife, Lophothecium, Lords And Ladies, Lotus, Lotus Corniculatus, Lotus Flower, Lotus Flower, Louisa, Louiza, Lousewort, Lovage, Love Apples, Love Chalk, Love Fruit, Love Herb, Love Idol, Love In A Mist, Love In A Snarl, Love Lies A Bleeding, Love Lies Bleeding, Love Parsley, Love Sticklet, Love Tips, Love Vine, Love Entangle, Love In A Mist, Love In A Puzzle, Love In Idleness, Love Lies Bleeding, Love Lies A Bleeding, Love Lies Bleeding, Love Will, Lovers Plant, Lovestone, Loving Idol, Low Chamomile, Low Larkspur, Low Rose, Lu Hui, Lubczyk, Lubigan, Lucerne, Lucerne Grass, Lucky Bamboo, Lucky Clover, Lucky Leaf, Lucky Nut, Lucky Plant, Luei Gong Gen, Luk Dueai, Luna Flower, Lunar Flower, Lunaria, Lungenkraut, Lungwort, Luntia, Luole, Luotuo Pe, Lupin, Lupine, Lupini, Lupinus, Lupinus Texensis, Lurk In The Ditch, Lustrinia, Luzerne, Lychnis Chalcedonica, Lychnis Coronaria, Lychnis Flos Cuculi, Lychnis Viscaria, Lycopersicon Esculentum, Lycopersicon Lycopersicum, Lycopod, Lycopodiopsida, Lycoris Radiata, Lyre Flower, Lyre Flower, Lysimachia Nummularia, Lysimachia Zawadzkii, Lythrum, Lythrum Salicaria, Lyubistok,

 Ma Kham, Maak Kham, Mac Nut, Macadamia, Macadamia Nut, Macadamia Tetraphylla, Machineal Tree, Machioneel, Mackerel Mint, Macris, Macrocroton, Macropiper, Macrosepalum, Mad Apple, Mad Herb, Mad Seeds, Mad Violets, Madagascar Vanilla, Madder, Madderwort, Madherb, Madonna Lily, Madrona, Madrone, Madrono, Madweed, Magee Bin, Magee Thee, Maggikraut, Maggiplant, Magic Flowers, Magic Lily, Magnolia Acuminata, Magnolia Grandiflora, Magnolia Splendens, Magnolia Virginiana, Magnolia X Soulangeana, Maguey, Maha Aushadhi, Mahonia Aquifolium, Mai Luang, Maia, Maids Hair, Maids Ruin, Maidenhair Fern, Maidenhair Tree, Maids Of February, Maikoa, Maile, Maile Vine, Maize, Majjigegadde, Majorana Hortensis, Makahiya, Makhorka, Malabars Temga, Malaxis Myodes, Malba, Male Fern, Male Lily, Malicorio, Malinche, Mallow, Malpitte, Maltese Cross, Malum Granatum, Malum Punicum, Malus Domestica, Malus Floribunda, Malva, Malva, Malva Ambigua, Malva Comun, Malva De Cementiri, Malva Erecta, Malva Gymnocarpa, Malva Mauritiana, Malva Moschata, Malva Silvestre, Malva Silvestre, Malva Sylvestris, Malvaceae, Malvo Granda, Malyva, Mamarutza, Mamdaram, Man Root, Mancanilla, Manchineel Tree, Mancinella, Mandarin Orange, Mandevilla, Mandookaparni, Mandragora, Mandrake, Mandrake Root, Manduckaparni, Manduki, Mandukparni, Mang Tay, Mangel, Mangles Kangaroo Paw, Mangold, Manicon, Manimuni, Manjal, Manjusaka, Manjushage, Manna Grass, Mannertreu, Manzanilla, Manzanilla, Manzanilla Del La Muerte, Mapacho, Maple, Maple Tree, Mapou, Maracoc, Maranon Tree, Maranta Arundinacea, Maranta Galanaga, Marantaceae, Marathron, Marchalan, Marcory, Margosa, Marguerite, Marian Thistle, Marianthus, Marica, Marigold, Marigold, Marigold Of Peru, Marijuana, Marine Heliotrope, Marjoram, Markery, Marl Grass, Marmalade Bush, Marmalade Orange, Marmaredda, Maroochi Nut, Marrubium Vulgare, Marsh Everlasting, Marsh Mallow, Marsh Marigold, Marsh Rosemary, Marshalls Large Yellow Sweet Plum, Marshmallow, Marshmellow, Marshwort, Marva, Marvel Of Peru, Mary Flower, Mary Gold, Mary Thistle, Marys Flower, Marys Gold, Marys Gold, Marys Grass, Marys Hand, Marys Tapers, Marys Tears, Marybud, Marygold, Marzanilla, Master Of The Woods, Mastic Tree, Mate, Mateloi, Mathiola, Matthiola, Matthiola Incana, Maudlinwort, Maurandya Barclaiana, Maurandya Barclayana, Mauve Des Bois, Mauve Sylvestre, May, May Apple, May Bells, May Blobs, May Blossom, May Bush, May Flower, May Flower, May Lily, May Tree, Mayapple, Mayflower, Mayflower, Mayflower, Mayocoba Bean, Maypops, Maythen, Mazzard, Mbiba, Mburucuya, Me, Meadow Anemone, Meadow Buttercup, Meadow Cabbage, Meadow Clover, Meadow Garlic, Meadow Lily, Meadow Lychnis, Meadow Queen, Meadow Rue, Meadow Saffron, Meadow Sweet, Meadow Wort, Meadowsweet, Meadsweet, Mealberry, Mealie, Mealy Starwort, Mealy Wattle, Medea, Median, Medicago Sativa, Medicinal Aloe, Medicine Plant, Medick, Mediterranean Milk Thistle, Medunitza, Meelplakkie, Meet Me In The Entry, Meiba, Melagrana, Melampode, Melegueta Pepper, Melia, Melianthus Major, Melissa, Melissa Officinalis, Melograno, Mendezia, Menta Balsamea, Mente Tree, Mentha, Mentha Piperita, Mentha Pulegium, Mentha Spicata, Mentha X Piperita, Menthya, Menti, Menyanthes Trifoliata, Mercurialis, Mercury, Meridian Fennel, Merleta, Mesembrianthemum, Mesembryanthemum, Mesembryanthemum Cordifolium, Mesk El Leel, Mesquite, Meterostachys, Methi, Methya, Mets Kassinaeris, Mexican Butterfly Weed, Mexican Damiana, Mexican Fireweed, Mexican Georgiana, Mexican Hand Tree, Mexican Holly, Mexican Marigold, Mexican Morning Glory, Mexican Tree Of Life And Abundance, Mezereon, Mezleria, Mfungu, Mgunga, Michaelmas Daisy, Midsummer Daisy, Mielie, Mignonette, Mignonette Tree, Mile A Minute, Milefolium, Milfoil, Milho, Militaris, Military Herb, Milk Thistle, Milk Vetch, Milk Witch, Milkvetch, Milkweed, Milkwort, Millefoil, Millefolium, Mimosa, Mimosa Acicularis, Mimosa Bush, Mimosa Farnesiana, Mimosa Indica, Mimosa Pudica, Mimosa Suaveolens, Mimosa Wattle, Mina, Minart, Minarta, Mini Rainbow, Mint, Mint Geranium, Miodunka, Mirabilis Jalapa, Miracle Herb, Miracle Of Nature, Miracle Plant, Mirodjija, Mirrot, Mismin, Missouri Goldenrod, Mistletoe, Misty, Mitan, Mitozus, Mitraria, Mitraria Coccinea, Mixochitl, Mkanju, Mkwatia, Mkwayu, Moccasin Flower, Mock Orange, Mock Strawberry, Mock Orange, Modesty, Mohre, Mokala, Mollyblobs, Molokhia, Molucca Balmis, Moluccella Laevis, Monarda, Monarda Didyma, Mondaro, Monday Rose, Money Plant, Money Plant, Money Plant, Moneywort, Monguia, Monks Blood, Monks Head, Monks Pepper, Monks Rhubarb, Monkeys Hand Tree, Monkeyflower, Monks Head, Monkshood, Monotoca Scoparia, Montane Larkspur, Monthly Honeysuckle, Monthly Rose, Moolee, Moon Daisy, Moon Flower, Moon Flower, Moon Laurel, Moon Penny, Moon Vine, Moonflower, Moonflower Vine, Moonwort, Moose Elm, Moras, Morera, Mori Vivi, Moririr Wa Mafika, Morivivi, Morning Glory, Mortificaton Root, Morus Alba, Morus Nigra, Moschatel, Moschuswurzel, Mosquito Bills, Mosquito Plant, Mosquito Plant, Moss, Moss Rose, Moss Rose, Moss Rose Purslane, Mossy Saxifrages, Mother Of Herbs, Mother Of The Herbs, Mother Of The Wood, Mother In Laws Tongue, Mother Of The Evening, Motherwort, Mottled Bean, Moundlily, Mountain Ash, Mountain Ash, Mountain Balm, Mountain Box, Mountain Cowslip, Mountain Cranberry, Mountain Flax, Mountain Laurel, Mountain Laurel, Mountain Lily, Mountain Pasque, Mountain Pink, Mountain Tea, Mountain Tobacco, Mournful Widow, Mourning Bride, Mourning Widow, Mouse Ear Chickweed, Mouse Eared Scorpion Grass, Moving Plant, Muarubaini, Mucizonia, Mudwort, Muggons, Mugua, Muguet, Mugunghwa, Mugwort, Mugwort, Mulaithi, Mullein, Mullein Pink, Multi Colored Blue Flag, Multiflora Rose, Mulukhiyah, Mum, Mums, Mundi Rose, Mundy Rose, Murangi, Murphies, Musa, Musa Acuminata, Musa Acuminata X Balbisiana, Musa Balbisiana, Musa Cliffortiana, Musa Dacca, Musa Paradisiaca, Musa Rosacea, Musa Sapientum, Musa Violacea, Musa X Paradisiaca, Musa X Sapientum, Muscari, Musk Mallow, Musk Root, Musk Rose, Musk Mallow, Muskroot, Muskroot, Muskroot, Musquash Root, Mustard And Cress, Mustard Plant, Mutisiaceae, Mutterkraut, Mwanzi, Mykhet, Myosotis, Myrica, Myriogomphus, Myristica Fragrans, Myrobalan Plum, Myroxylon, Myrrh Plant, Myrrhis, Myrrhis Odorata, Myrtle, Myrtle, Myrtle Blueberry, Myrtle Flag, Myrtle Grass, Myrtle Pepper, Myrtle Sedge, Myrtus, Myrtus Communis, Mziwaziwa,

 Naalu Mani Poovu, Nahuatl Ahuacatl, Nailwort, Naked Boys, Naked Lady, Naked Lady, Nalba, Nalba De Cultura, Nalba De Padure, Nalin, Nalini, Nana Honau, Nana Honua, Nanas, Nanasi, Napoleon Willow, Narbedda, Narcissus, Narcissus Jonquilla, Narcissus Major, Narcissus Papyraceus, Narcissus Poeticus, Nard, Nardin, Nardostachys Grandiflora, Nardostachys Jatamansi, Nargis, Narle, Narrow Dock, Narrow Leaved Dock, Narrow Leaved Lavender, Narrow Leaved Purple Coneflower, Nasties, Nasturtium, Natrix, Natures Drugstore, Naughty Man, Naughty Mans Cherries, Navaea, Nectarine Tree, Neeb, Needle Bush, Needle Flower, Neem Tree, Neeraj, Nelka, Nelumbium Speciosum, Nelumbo Nucifera, Nemexia, Nenas, Nenuphar, Neowimmeria, Nepeta, Nepeta Cataria, Nepeta Glechoma, Nepeta Hederacea, Nerium Indicum, Nerium Obesum, Nerium Odorum, Nerium Oleander, Nettle, Nettle Tree, New England Aster, New Zealand Hebe, Newspice, Nicoteba, Nicotiana Rustica, Nigella Damascena, Night Blooming Cereus, Night Blooming Cestrum, Night Blooming Jasmine, Night Blooming Jessamine, Night Scented Gilliflower, Night Blooming Morning Glory, Nightblooming Cereus, Nightflowering Catchfly, Nightflowering Silene, Nila, Nilak, Nilasambangi, Nimba, Nimm, Nimtree, Nip, Nira, Nirvara, Nishi Ghanda, Niubang, Niupangzi, Niyog, Njilika, No Eyes, No Mai Farang, Noble Yarrow, Noche Buena, Nochtli, Nok Na Mu, Nolina Lindheimeriana, Nonesuch, Nopal, Nopalea, Nopales, Nopalli, Norfolk Island Hibiscus, Norfolk Island Pine, North West Curara, Northern Blue Flag, Norwegian Angelica, Nosebleed, Nosebleed Plant, Nosegay, Nosegay, Nostle, Nothoruellia, Notoxylinon, Nottingham Catchfly, November Lily, Ntola, Nuez Del La India, Nutmeg, Nuttallia, Nux Indica, Nyagrodha, Nymphaea Alba, Nymphaea Lutea, Nymphaea Nelumbo, Nymphaeaceae,

 Oak Geranium, Oak Tree, Oak Leaf Geranium, Oakleaf Geranium, Oat, Obedience Plant, Ocalia, Occidental Plane, Oceanopapaver, Ochroxylum, Ocimum Basilicum, Odermenning, Oemleria, Oemleria Cerasiformis, Oenothera, Oenothera Biennis, Oenothera Flava, Official Lavender, Officinal Aconite, Ofnokgi, Oghoul, Ohbaea, Ohe, Ohelo `Ai, Oingnum, Olbia, Old Blush Rose, Old Fashion Rose Geranium, Old Fashioned Bleeding Heart, Old Maids Bonnet, Old Maids Nightcap, Old Man, Old Man, Old Man, Old Mans Beard, Old Mans Fennel, Old Mans Mustard, Old Mans Pepper, Old Rough Red, Old Uncle Henry, Old Woman, Old World Royal Fern, Old Fashioned Bleeding Heart, Old Maids Pink, Oldman Wormwood, Olea Europaea, Oleander, Olive Tree, Olivier, Ombu, Oncosporum, Ondelaga, Onion, Onobrychis, Ononis, Ononis Spinosa, Ononis Vulgaris, Onopordum Acanthium, Onycha, Onyoun, Oodh, Oolong, Ophioscorodon, Ophrys, Ophrys Apifera, Ophrys Bombyliflora, Ophrys Chlorantha, Ophrys Insectifera, Ophrys Insectifera, Ophrys Myodes, Opoponax, Opuntia, Opuntia Imbricata, Orange, Orange Bergamot, Orange Daylily, Orange Milkweed, Orange Mint, Orange Root, Orange Swallow Wort, Orange Tree, Orange Root, Orangeroot, Orchard Apple Tree, Orchid, Orchid Cactus, Orchidaceae, Orchis, Orchis Apifera, Orchis Insectifera, Orchis Mascula, Orchis Myodes, Oregan Grape Holly, Oregan Holly Grape, Oregano, Oregon Grape, Oregon Grape Root, Oregon Grape Holly, Oregon Holly Grape, Oregon Grape, Oregongrape, Oreosedum, Organ Broth, Organ Tea, Organs, Oriental Bush Cherry, Oriental Garlic Chives, Oriental Lily, Oriental Poppy, Origanum Dictamnus, Origanum Majorana, Origanum Vulgare, Ornithogalum Narbonense, Orobanche, Orthotactus, Ortiga Ancha, Oruga, Oryza Glaberrima, Oryza Sativa, Oscaria Chinensis, Osier, Osier, Osmaronia, Osmunda, Osmunda Regalis, Osoberry, Osterick, Oswego, Oswego Tea, Ottonia, Ouchi, Our Herb, Our Ladys Bedstraw, Our Ladys Keys, Our Ladys Mint, Our Ladys Tears, Our Ladys Thistle, Our Lords Wood, Outhouse Lily, Ox Eye, Ox Eye Daisy, Oxalis Acetosella, Oxalis Tetraphylla, Oxblood Lily, Oxeye Daisy, Oxydectes, Oyster Plant, Oysterloit, Ozallaik,

 Paccha Karpoora, Paccha Karpooramu, Pacchaik Karpooram, Pachai Karpuram, Pachouli, Pachyrhizanthe, Paddle Cactus, Paddle Plant, Paddy, Padma, Paeonia Officinalis, Paeonia Suffruticosa, Paeonly, Paigle, Pain De Pourceau, Painted Lady, Painted Tongue, Painted Trillium, Palanostigma, Palestinian Tumbleweed, Palm, Palm Lily, Palm Tree, Palmae, Palmerocassia, Palsywort, Palta, Pan, Pan Porcino, Panacea For All Diseases, Panax, Panicum Capillare, Panini O Kapunahou, Panini O Ka Puna Hou, Pankaj, Pankaja, Pansy, Pansy, Pansy Violet, Papao, Papaver Orientale, Papaver Rhoeas, Papaw, Papaya, Paper Daisy, Paper Flower, Paper Reed, Paperwhite, Paperwhite Narcissus, Paphiopedilum, Paprica, Paprika, Papryka, Papryka Ostra, Papryka Piman, Papsajt, Papyrus Plant, Papyrus Sedge, Paraguay Tea, Parajusticia, Paralysio, Pararuellia, Parasitipomoea, Parastranthus, Paronychia, Parrot Billed Aloe, Parrots Beak, Parrots Bill, Parrys Dwarf Sunflower, Parsley, Partheniaceae, Parthenocissus Quinquefolia, Parti Colored Daisy, Partridge Berry, Partridgeberry, Party Colored Daisy, Party Coloured Daisy, Parviopuntia, Parvisedum, Pas D Ane, Paschalia, Pasque Flower, Pasqueflower, Passaea, Passe Flower, Passiflora Caerulea, Passion Dock, Passion Flower, Passionflower, Password, Password, Pasture Rose, Patagonian Mint, Patchai, Patchouli, Patchouly, Path Rush, Patience Dock, Patience Dock, Patient Dock, Patient Lucy, Patricks Dock, Pattersonia, Paucon, Pausinystalia Yohimbe, Pauson, Pauson, Paw Paw, Pawpaw, Pea, Pea Bean, Pea Lotus, Peace Lily, Peach Tree, Peacock Tree, Pear Tree, Pearl Onion, Peavine Clover, Pebble Plant, Pecan, Pee A Bed, Peepal, Pegaga, Pegagan, Peganum, Peganum Harmala, Peggle, Peking Willow, Pelargonium, Pelargonium Crispum, Pelargonium Graveolens, Pelargonium Incrassatum, Pelargonium Inquinans, Pelargonium Nubilum, Pelargonium Odoratissimum, Pelargonium Peltatum, Pelargonium Quercifolium, Pelargonium Roseum, Pelargonium Sidoides, Pelargonium Terebinthinaceum, Pelargonium X Hortorum, Pelargonium Zonale, Pencilled Cranes Bill, Pencilled Geranium, Pendant Amaranth, Pennyroyal, Pensee, Pentagram Flowers, Pentagram Plant, Penteca, Peony, Peony Of India, Pepe, Peper, Peperoncino, Peplis, Pepper, Pepper, Pepper, Pepper Cress, Pepper Grass, Pepper Plant, Pepper Tree, Pepper Vine, Pepper Vine, Pepperidge Bush, Peppermint, Pepperwort, Peral, Perce Neige, Percely, Perdiciaceae, Perennial Candytuft, Perennial Chamomile, Perennial Goosefoot, Perennial Pea, Perennial Peavine, Perfoliate Honeysuckle, Perfume Flower Tree, Perilomia, Periwinkle, Perpetual Rose, Perpetuel, Persea, Persea Americana, Persea Borbonia, Persea Gratissima, Persian Apple, Persian Buttercup, Persian Cumin, Persian Lime, Persian Walnut, Persicaria, Persicaria Bistorta, Persil, Persimmon, Personata, Peruano Bean, Perungayam, Peruvian Bark Tree, Peruvian Heliotrope, Peruvian Lily, Peruvian Mastic Tree, Peruvian Pepper Tree, Peruvian Princess, Peruvian Swamp Lily, Pesleporis, Petalanthera, Petasites Fragrans, Peters Staff, Petersilie, Petit Poireau Antillais Poireau, Petite Alstroemeria, Petrosedum, Petroselinon, Petroselinum, Petroselinum Crispum, Petroselinum Crispum Crispum, Petroselinum Crispum Neapolitanum, Petroselinum Crispum Tuberosum, Petty Mugget, Petty Mulleins, Petunia, Pfeffer, Phai Luang, Phak Chee Lao, Phak See, Phalangium, Phalaris Canariensis, Phalsa, Pharbitis, Phaseolus Vulgaris, Pheasants Eye, Pheasants Eye, Pheasants Eye, Phedimus, Philadelphus, Philanthropos, Philodendron, Philtron, Phlox, Phoenix Dactylifera, Phoenixs Tail Tree, Phragmipedium, Phragmites Altissimus, Phragmites Australis, Phragmites Berlandieri, Phragmites Communis, Phragmites Dioicus, Phragmites Maximus, Phragmites Vulgaris, Phu, Phyllarthus, Phyllocactus Russellianus, Physalis Somnifera, Phytolacca, Piao, Picea, Pick Cheese, Pie Plant, Pied Hearts Ease, Pierardia, Pigeon Berry, Pigeon Berry, Pigeon Wheat, Pigeons Grass, Pigeonwood, Pigweed, Pikenard, Pilewort, Pilewort, Pilinophyton, Piliolerian, Pilot Weed, Piment, Pimenta, Pimenta Dioica, Pimento, Pimienta, Pimiento, Pimpinella, Pimpinella Anisum, Pina, Pincushion Flower, Pine, Pine Apple, Pineapple, Pinemat Manzanita, Piney, Pink, Pink Bean, Pink Pokers, Pinkaou, Pinks, Pinks, Pinkster Lily, Pinkweed, Pinquito Bean, Pinto Bean, Pinus, Pinus Nigra, Pinus Rigida, Pinus Sylvestris, Pinyin, Pinyin, Pipe Tree, Piper, Piper Cubeba, Piper Methysticum, Piper Nigrum, Pipor, Pippali, Pipsissewa, Pipul, Pircunia, Piriope, Piru, Piscaria, Piscidia, Piscidia Erythrina, Piscidia Piscipula, Piss A Bed, Pista, Pistacchio, Pistachio, Pistacia, Pistacia Lentiscus, Pistacia Vera, Pistake, Pistakion, Pistorinia, Pisum Sativum, Pitahaya Orejona, Pitahaya Roja, Pitajava, Pitch Pine, Pithecellobium Acuminatum, Pithecellobium Minutum, Plagiacanthus, Plains Coreopsis, Plakkie, Plane, Plane Tree, Planera Aquatica, Plant Of Immortality, Plantago, Plantago Major, Plantain, Plantain, Plantain, Plantain Lily, Platanus, Platanus Occidentalis, Platycodon, Platycodon Grandiflorus, Plegmatolemma, Pleiostachyopiper, Pleistachyopiper, Pleomele, Pleopadium, Pleurisy Root, Plum Tree, Plumajillo, Plume Thistle, Plumeria, Plumrocks, Poaceae, Pocan, Pocketbook Flower, Podophyllum Peltatum, Podostachys, Poenosedum, Poets Daffodil, Poets Jasmine, Poets Narcissus, Poets  Narcissus, Pogostemon Cablin, Poinciana, Poinsettia, Points D Amour, Poire De Chardon, Poireau, Poison Darnel, Poison Flag, Poison Hemlock, Poison Parsley, Poison Parsley, Poison Tobacco, Poisonberry, Poisonflower, Poivre, Poivron, Poke, Poke Root, Poke Sallet, Pokeberry, Pokeberry Root, Pokebush, Pokeroot, Pokeweed, Pokok Semalu, Polar Plant, Pole Cat Weed, Polecat Weed, Polemonium Caeruleum, Polianthes Tuberosa, Polk Root, Polk Salad, Polk Salat, Polk Sallet, Pollyblobs, Polyanthus, Polygala, Polygonatum, Polygonatum Multiflorum, Polygonum, Polytrichum, Pom Pom Banksia, Pom Pom Rose, Pomegranate, Pomme Grenade, Pomo D Oro, Pompion, Pompom Rose, Ponna, Poor Mans Asparagus, Poor Mans Meat, Poor Mans Pepper, Poor Mans Weather Glass, Poorland Daisy, Poorland Daisy, Poormans Barometer, Pop Weed, Popanax Farnesiana, Popinac, Poplar, Poplar, Poponax Farnesiana, Poppy, Poppy Anemone, Poppywort, Populus, Populus Alba, Populus Nigra, Populus Tremula, Porcelain Garlic, Poroto Negro Bean, Porphyrocoma, Portulaca Grandiflora, Pot Marigold, Pot Of Gold, Potato, Potatta, Potentilla, Potentilla Anserina, Potentilla Erecta, Potentilla Indica, Potentilla Tormentilla, Pothomorphe, Pothos, Pound Garnet, Poverty Weed, Poziomki, Prairie Coreopsis, Prairie Crocus, Prairie Gentian, Prattling Parnell, Prayer Plant, Prayer Plant, Prenanthes, Prices Pine, Prickly Ash, Prickly Berry, Prickly Broom Heath, Prickly Burr, Prickly Mimosa Bush, Prickly Moses, Prickly Pear, Prickly Rosa Baicalensis, Prickly Rose, Prickly Ash, Prickly Ivy, Pricklyburr, Pride Of China, Pride Of India, Pride Of The Meadow, Pride Of Trinidad And Tobago, Pride Of China, Pride Of India, Priests Crown, Primerose, Primrose, Primrose, Primrose Tree, Primula, Primula Acaulis, Primula Auricula, Primula Balbisii, Primula Ciliata, Primula Mandarina, Primula Officinalis, Primula Praenitens, Primula Semperflorens, Primula Sertulosa, Primula Sinensis, Primula Veris, Primula Vulgaris, Primulidium Sinese, Prince Of Wales Feather, Princes Feather, Princes Feather, Princes Feathers, Princes Pine, Princess Feather, Princess Flower, Princess Marina, Princess Of The Night, Princess Pine, Privet, Procrassula, Professor Weed, Prometheum, Pronaya, Prophetic Marigold, Prophetic Marygold, Prosopis, Protea Cynaroides, Provence Rose, Prunus, Prunus Americana, Prunus Amygdalus, Prunus Armeniaca, Prunus Avium, Prunus Cerasifera, Prunus Divaricata, Prunus Domestica, Prunus Dulcis, Prunus Japonica, Prunus Laurocerasus, Prunus Padus, Prunus Persica, Prunus Racemosa, Prunus Rainier, Prunus Spinosa, Prunus X Domestica, Psacadocalymma, Pseudorosularia, Pseudosassafras, Psyllium, Pteridium Aquilinum, Pteridophyta, Pterocarpus Draco, Pterocarpus Santalinus, Pua Keni Keni, Pua Kenikeni, Pua Lulu, Puarangi, Publican, Pucha Pot, Pudding Dock, Pudding Grass, Pudding Grass, Pudina, Puerh Tea, Puff Ball, Puffball, Pugiopappus, Pukeweed, Puli, Pull Down, Pulmonaria, Pulsatilla, Pulsatilla Montana, Pumpkin, Punahou Cactus, Punica Granatum, Punica Malus, Punk, Purging Buckthorn, Purple Angelica, Purple Betony, Purple Bindweed, Purple Clover, Purple Coneflower, Purple Crown Vetch, Purple Foxglove, Purple Jasmine, Purple Loosestrife, Purple Lythrum, Purple Medic, Purple Mombin, Purple Poker, Purple Sage, Purple Scabiosa, Purple Scabious, Purple Smokebush, Purple Stripe Garlic, Purple Violet, Purple Flowering Raspberry, Purplestem Angelica, Purpur, Purslane, Pussy Willow, Pussy Willow, Put, Putri Malu, Pyramid Tree, Pyrethrum, Pyrethrum Parthenium, Pyrogennema, Pyrus, Pyrus Americana, Pyrus Japonica,

 Qadb, Qian Qu Cai, Qoust, Quaker Bonne, Quaker Bonnet, Quaker Ladies, Quaking Aspen, Quaking Grass, Quamash, Quamoclit, Quamoclit, Quamoclit Coccinea, Quargandal, Quassia, Quassia Amara, Queen Annes Lace, Queen Elizabeth Root Iris, Queen Of Alpine Flowers, Queen Of Annuals, Queen Of Nuts, Queen Of The Meadow, Queen Of The Night, Queen Of The Night, Queen Of Tropical Flowers, Queens Delight, Queens Root, Queens Crape Myrtle, Queens Gilliflower, Queens Rocket, Queensland Nut, Quelite, Quercus, Quercus Alba, Quick Set, Quickbane, Quilete, Quina, Quina, Quince, Quinine Leaf, Quinine Tree, Quinine Weed, Quintonil, Quoquos,

 Raat Ki Rani, Raat Ki Rani, Raat Rani, Racine De Sumbul, Racoon Berry, Radish, Ragged Robin, Ragons, Ragweed, Ragweed, Ragweed, Railroad Daylily, Rain Lily, Rainbow Aster, Rainflower, Rainha Da Noite, Rainier Cherry, Rainy Marigold, Rajmah Bean, Rajnigandha, Rakta Chandana, Raktachandana, Rams Horn Clover, Ramanas Rose, Rambler Rose, Ran Tree, Ranedj, Rangan, Rantipole, Ranunculus, Ranunculus Acer, Ranunculus Acris, Ranunculus Asiatucus, Ranunculus Ficaria, Ranunculus Parvulus, Ranunculus Sardous, Ranunculus Sceleratus, Ranunculus Stevenii, Raphanus Sativus, Rapuns, Rapuntia, Rapuntium, Rapuntium, Raspberry, Rasperry, Rassi, Rattlesnake Root, Rattlesnake Master, Rau Ma, Rauke, Rauvolfia Tetraphylla, Rauwolfia Tetraphylla, Ravintsara, Ray Grass, Rectangular Bulbed Dendrobium, Red Bay, Red Bean, Red Bearberry, Red Bee Balm, Red Bergamot, Red Campion, Red Campion, Red Catchfly, Red Chestnut, Red Chickweed, Red Clover, Red Cocks Comb, Red Cockscomb, Red Currant, Red Daisy, Red Daisy Chrysanthemum, Red Daisy Mum, Red Dulse, Red Elm, Red Eyes, Red Fucus, Red Huckleberry, Red Legs, Red Mombin, Red Morning Glory, Red Paint Root, Red Pepper, Red Pimpernel, Red Pitahaya, Red Pitaya, Red Poppy, Red Puccoon Root, Red Pucoon, Red Raspberry, Red Raspeberry, Red Root, Red Sage, Red Sage |Sage, Red Sandalwood, Red Sanders, Red Spider Lily, Red Squil, Red Sunflower, Red Valerian, Red Valerian, Red Weed, Red Edged Dracaena, Redbay, Redcurrant, Redgum, Redstar, Regal Lily, Reina De La Noche, Ren Dong Teng, Renshen, Reseda, Rest Harrow, Restharrow, Restharrow, Resurrection Plant, Retama, Revenelle, Rewe, Rfaudraksh, Rhacodiscus, Rhamnus Cathartica, Rhamnus Purshiana, Rhamnus Purshianus, Rheum Rhabarbarum, Rheumatism Root, Rheumatism Weld, Rhiphidosperma, Rhododendron, Rhododendron Maximum, Rhodon, Rhodymenia Palmata, Rhubarb, Rhus, Rhus Cotinus, Rhyticalymma, Ribbon Dracaena, Ribbon Grass, Ribbon Plant, Ribes, Ribes Cyathiforme, Ribes Nigrum, Ribes Nigrum Chlorocarpum, Ribes Nigrum Sibiricum, Ribes Olidum, Ribes Rubrum, Ribes Uva Crispa, Rice, Rice Boiling Flower, Richardia Aethiopica, Richardia Africana, Riches, Richette, Riondella, Ripple Grass, Rjii, Roadside Daylily, Roadweed, Robin Run The Hedge, Robinia, Rocambole Garlic, Rock Centaury, Rock Madwort, Rock Parsley, Rock Rose, Rock Wrack, Rock Rose, Rocket, Rocket Leaf, Rocketsalad, Rocks, Rockweed, Rocky Mountain Grape, Rod Pitahaya, Rodatia, Roden Quicken, Rodmalva, Rods Of Life, Rogac, Rogues Gilliflower, Rohtorautayrtti, Rojoni Gondha, Roka, Rokka, Roman Bean, Roman Camomile, Roman Chamomile, Roman Laurel, Romano Bean, Romarin, Romero, Rooster Comb, Roots, Roquette, Ros Maris, Rosa, Rosa Bud, Rosa Acicularis, Rosa Canina, Rosa Carelica, Rosa Carolina, Rosa Centifolia, Rosa Cerea, Rosa Chinensis, Rosa Cinnamomea, Rosa Damascena, Rosa Damascena Trigintipetela, Rosa Eglanteria, Rosa Foetida, Rosa Gallica Trigintipetala, Rosa Gallica Versicolor, Rosa Gmelinii, Rosa Gymnocarpa, Rosa Harisonii, Rosa Indica Vulgaris, Rosa Lutea, Rosa Majalis, Rosa Moschata, Rosa Multiflora, Rosa Nipponensis, Rosa Perpetua, Rosa Praenestina Versicolor, Rosa Praenestina Versicolor Plena, Rosa Rubiginosa, Rosa Rugosa, Rosa Sulphurea, Rosa Trigintipetala, Rosa Versicolor, Rosa X Damascena, Rose, Rose Balsam, Rose Banksia, Rose Bay, Rose Bay, Rose Bud, Rose Campion, Rose Comtesse, Rose Daphne, Rose De Mai, Rose Geranium, Rose Mallow, Rose Mundi, Rose Of Althea, Rose Of Castile, Rose Of Jericho, Rose Of Mary, Rose Of Sharon, Rose Of Winter, Rose Old Blush China Rose, Rose Fruited Banksia, Rose Scent Geranium, Rose Scented Geranium, Roseau Des Etangs, Rosebay Willowherb, Rosemallow, Rosemarie, Rosemary, Rosemonde, Rosemondi, Rosemunde, Rosier Eglantier, Rosinweed, Rosmarin, Rosmarine, Rosmarino, Rosmarinus Officinalis, Rostellaria, Rostellularia, Rotantha, Rough Cocklebur, Rough Horsetail, Round Dock, Round Leaved Sundew, Roundleaf Plantain, Rowan, Rowan Tree, Royal Fern, Royal Jasmine, Royal Mallow, Royal Poinciana, Roynetree, Rubia, Rubus, Rubus Idaeus, Rubus Odoratus, Ruca, Ruchetta, Rucola, Rucula, Rudbeckia, Rudbeckia Hirta, Ruddles, Rue, Ruellia, Rugged Rose, Rughetta, Rugola, Rugosa Rose, Rugstyne, Rukola, Rumex Acetosa, Rumex Crispus, Rumex Patientia, Rumex Stenophyllus, Run Away Robin, Run By The Ground, Rush Leek, Russian Mulberry, Ruta, Ruta Graveolens, Rutland Beauty, Rye, Rye Grass, Ryegrass,

 Saam Pii, Sab, Sabi Star, Sabila, Saccharum, Sacred Bark, Sacred Boswellia, Sacred Fig, Sacred Herb, Sacred Lotus, Sacred Mother, Sacred Plant, Sacred Sage, Sacred Tree, Sada Kuppi, Saddle Leaf Tree, Sadhika, Saffer, Saffron, Saffron Crocus, Sagackhomi, Sage, Sage The Savior, Sagina Pilifera, Sagina Subulata, Saglorithys, Saille, Sailor Caps, Sailors Tobacco, Sain Foin, Sainfoin, Saint Benedicts Thistle, Saint Georges Herb, Saint James  Wort, Saint Johns Bread, Saint Johns Herb, Saint Johns Plant, Saint Johns Wort, Saint Josephwort, Saint Marys Flower, Saint Marys Seal, Saint Marys Tears, Saint Marys Thistle, Saint Patricks Cabbage, Saint Patricks Herb, Saint Patricks Leaf, Saintfoin, Saintpaulia, Saintpaulia Ionantha, Saintpaulia Kewensis, Saipania, Sakau, Salad Chervil, Salal, Salazaria, Salicaire, Salicaria, Salicyn Willow, Salix, Salix Alba, Salix Babylonica, Salix Matsundana, Salix Repens, Sallow, Salmiopuntia, Salmonberry, Salpinctes, Salt Cedar, Salvia Apiana, Salvia Cacaliaefolia, Salvia Cacaliifolia, Salvia Officinalis, Salvia Sclarea, Salviacanthus, Samar, Sambag, Sambalog, Sambangi, Sambaya, Sambucus, Sambucus Canadensis, Sambucus Nigra, Samm Al Ferakh, Sampaloc, Sampalok, Sampangi, Sampson Root, Samuela, Sandal, Sandalwood, Sandberry, Sandbog Deathcamas, Sandhyamaloti, Sang Shen Tzu, Sanging, Sangjin, Sanguinaria, Sanguinaria Canadensis, Sanguinary, Sanguisorba, Sanseveria, Sanseviera, Sansevieria, Santal, Santalum, Santalum Album, Santan, Santolina, Sapsige Soppu, Sapuri Panasa, Saqal, Saraswathi Plant, Sarcoyuccca, Sardane, Sardonia, Sardonion, Sardony, Saroja, Sarothamnus Bourgaei, Sarothamnus Oxyphyllus, Sarothamnus Scoparius, Sarotheca, Sarsaparilla, Sassafras, Sassafras Tree, Sathakuppa, Satin Flower, Satin Flower, Satin Walnut, Sativum, Satureja, Satyrion, Saucer Magnolia, Saugh Tree, Savaa, Savia, Savila, Saviniona, Savory, Sawge, Saxifraga Hypnoides, Saxifraga X Urbium, Saxifrax, Scabiosa, Scabiosa Atropurpurea, Scaffold Flower, Scaldhead, Scaldhead, Scaldweed, Scare Devil, Scaredy Cat Plant, Scarlet Bee Balm, Scarlet Beebalm, Scarlet Berry, Scarlet Geranium, Scarlet Lobelia, Scarlet Lychnis, Scarlet Milkweed, Scarlet Monarda, Scarlet Pimpernel, Scarlet Poppy, Scent Of The Night, Scented Geranium, Scharbockskraut, Schinus, Schlumbergera Russelliana, Schradera, Schulumbergera Epiphylloides, Scilla, Sclerocalyx, Scoke, Scorpion Grass, Scorzoneroides, Scots Broom, Scotch Broom, Scotch Fir, Scotch Moss, Scotch Thistle, Scots Pine, Scots Thistle, Scottish Marigold, Scottish Thistle, Scouring Rush, Scratch Weed, Scrophularia, Scurvyherb, Scutellaria, Sea Dew, Sea Dragon, Sea Islands Yucca, Sea Lavender, Sea Lavender, Sea Lettuce Flakes, Sea Oak, Sea Onion, Sea Pinks, Sea Spirit, Sea Holly, Sea Lavender, Seafoam, Sealroot, Sealwort, Seamroq, Seamroy, Secale Cereale, Secale Fragile, Securigera Varia, Sedastrum, Sedella, Sedella, Sedum, Seed Of Seeds, Selago, Selera, Self Heal, Selinon, Selleophytum, Semaphore Plant, Sembaruthi, Semilta, Sempervivum, Seneca Grass, Seneca Snake Root, Seneca Snakeroot, Senecio Cambrensis, Senecio Tanguticus, Senecionaceae, Seneka, Seneka Snakeroot, Senna, Sennichisou, Sensitive Plant, Septfoil, Sericographis, Serpents Tongue, Service Tree, Sesame, Sesamum Indicum, Set Well, Seven Years Love, Seville Orange, Shaffallah, Shagbark Hickory, Shahtoot, Shajarol Kafoor, Shallon, Shallot, Shaman Shammi, Shamash Shammu, Shamefaced Maiden, Shameful Plant, Shamrock, Shamrock, Shamrock, Shan Cha, Shanbalîleh, Shaqa Iq An Nu Man, Shawash Shammu, Shchavel, Sheeh, Sheep Laurel, Sheeps Briar, Shell Flower, Shellflower, Shepards Purse, Shepards Purse, Shepherds Clock, Shepherds Club, Shepherds Herb, Shepherds Knot, Shepherds Weather Glass, Shevid, Shining Magnolia, Sho Yo, Shoe Flower, Shoemaker Flower, Shoofly, Shooting Stars, Shorebay, Shower Flower, Showy Hebe, Showy Speedwell, Shrimp Plant, Shrub Althea, Shrubby Dracaena, Shuang Hua, Shumshema, Si, Siam Benzoin, Siamese Benzoin, Sida Fallax, Silene, Silene Brachypoda, Silene Coronaria, Silene Dioica, Silene Dubia, Silene Glabra, Silene Grecescui, Silene Infracta, Silene Insurbrica, Silene Livida, Silene Noctiflora, Silene Nutans, Siliquastrum Orbicularis, Silk Flower, Silkworm Mulberry, Silky Heads, Silky Swallow Wort, Silky Oak, Silphium Laciniatum, Silphium Perfoliatum, Siltherwood, Silver Dollar Plant, Silver Leaf, Silver Leaf Geranium, Silver Poplar, Silver Vine, Silver Leaf Poplar, Silver Leaved Geranium, Silverleaf Geranium, Silverskin Garlic, Silverweed, Silverweed, Silverweed Cinquefoil, Silybum Marianum, Simonisia, Simplers Joy, Simsim, Sinacalia Tangutica, Sinaloa Azufrado Bean, Sineguela, Single Bible, Sipariberuballi, Siriguela, Siwel, Siyambala, Skin Flower, Skogskaktus, Skullcap, Skunk Cabbage, Skunk Weed, Skyflower, Slan Lus, Slaz, Slaz Dziki, Sleeping Grass, Slender Nettle, Slender Rush, Slender Yard Rush, Slez Lesni, Slez Lesny, Slipper Flower, Slipper Orchid, Slipperwort, Slippery Elm, Slippery Root, Slippery Root, Slipperyroot, Sljez Crni, Sljez Divlji, Slodka, Sloe, Sma, Small Bindweed, Small Periwinkle, Smartweed, Smeerwartel, Smell Fox, Smelly Flower, Smilax, Smoke Bush, Smoke Tree, Smoketree, Snake Charmers Root, Snake Grass, Snake Lily, Snake Lily, Snake Plant, Snakes Grass, Snakes Head, Snakes Head Fritallary, Snakes Lounge, Snakes Root, Snakeberry, Snakebite, Snakeroot, Snakesfoot, Snakeweed, Snapdragon, Snapping Hazelnut, Snapweed, Sneezeweed, Snow Piercers, Snow Queen, Snowball Tree, Snowdrop, Soa, Soap Wort, Socotra Dragon Tree, Sodom Apple, Soft Elm, Soft Necked Garlic, Soft Tipped Yucca, Soko Yokoto, Sol, Sol Terrestis, Solanum Dulcamara, Solanum Lycopersicum, Solanum Tuberosum, Soldier, Soldiers Cap, Soldiers Herb, Soldiers Woundwort, Soldiers And Sailors, Solenochasma, Solenotheca, Solidago, Solis, Sollya, Solo Indianus, Solomon Islands  Ivy, Solomon Seal, Solomons Seal, Solomons Seal, Sonbol E Khatayi, Song Of India, Songjin, Sops In Wine, Sorb, Sorb Apple, Sorb Tree, Sorbus, Sorbus Americana, Sorbus Domestica, Sorcerers Berry, Sorcerers Herb, Sorcerers Root, Sorcerers Violet, Sorrel, Soska, Sotsal, Sour Dock, Sour Orange, Sour Trefoil, Sourgrass, Sours, South African Amaryllis, South African Geranium, Southern Magnolia, Southern Wormwood, Southernwood, Sow Thistle, Sowa, Sowbread, Soya, Soya Kura, Spaanse Pepers, Spanish Bayonet, Spanish Broom, Spanish Cane, Spanish Dagger, Spanish Flag, Spanish Jasmine, Spanish Marigold, Spanish Moss, Spanish Peppers, Spanish Saffron, Spar Grass, Sparceta, Sparga, Spargel, Sparrow Grass, Sparrow Guts, Spartium Junceum, Spartium Scoparium, Spath, Spathiphyllum, Spathulata, Spathyema Foetida, Spear Mint, Spearmint, Speckled Bean, Specularia Perfoliata, Specularia Speculum, Specularia Speculum Veneris, Sperage, Sphaerosicyos, Spice Berry, Spiceberry, Spicy Wintergreen, Spider Flower, Spider Flower, Spider Lily, Spider Plant, Spider Plant, Spider Weed, Spider Wort, Spiderflower, Spiderplant, Spiderweed, Spiderwort, Spike, Spike Primrose, Spiked Aloe, Spiked Loosestrife, Spiked Speedwell, Spiked Willowherb, Spikenard, Spinach Dock, Spindle, Spindle Tree, Spindle Tree, Spiny Restharrow, Spiranthes, Spire, Spire Mint, Spleen Amaranth, Splendid Scarlet Flowered Lechenaultia, Spondias Purpurea, Sponge Wattle, Sponnc, Spoonwood, Spotted Alder, Spotted Arum Lily, Spotted Corobane, Spotted Dog, Spotted Hemlock, Spotted Snapweed, Spotted Spotted Cranesbill, Spotted Thistle, Sprengers Asparagus, Spring Crocus, Spring Wintergreen, Spruce, Spud, Spur Valerian, Spurge, Squareweed, Squash, Squaw Mint, Squaw Root, Squill, Squirrel Corn, Sri Lanka Cinnamon, St Johns Wort, St Marys Milk Thistle, St. Benedicts Herb, St. Georges Herb, St. James  Wort, St. Josephs Wort, St. Marys Flower, St. Marys Seal, St. Patricks Leaf, Stachys, Stachys Betonica, Stachys Byzantina, Stachys Lanata, Stachys Officinalis, Stachys Olympica, Staggerwort, Stammerwort, Stanch Griss, Stanch Weed, Staphylea, Staphylinos, Star Aniseed, Star Glory, Star Lily, Star Of Bethlehem, Star Of Bethlehem Orchid, Star Of The Earth, Star Root, Starch Hyacinth, Starch Root, Starflower, Stargrass, Starwort, Starwort, Statice, Statice, Staunch Weed, Steegia, Stegia, Steinnype, Stellaria Americana, Stenactis, Stenocereus Eruca, Stenoschista, Stenros, Stephanophysum, Stephanotis, Stepmother, Steppenraute, Sternbergia Aurantiaca, Sternbergia Greuteriana, Sternbergia Lutea, Sternbergia Sicula, Stethoma, Stevie, Sticklewort, Stickwort, Stickyjack, Stickyleaf, Stickyweed, Stickywilly, Stikkelsbaer, Stillingia, Stillingia Sylvatica, Stinging Nettle, Stink Lily, Stink Weed, Stinkdillsamen, Stinking Gum, Stinking Hellebore, Stinking Nanny, Stinking Nightshade, Stinking Willie, Stinkweed, Stinky Fruit Tree, Stock, Stonecrop, Storax, Storksbill, Storm Hat, Strangel Tare, Strangler Fig, Strangleweed, Straw, Strawberry, Strawberry Pear, Strawberry Tree, Strawflower, Strelitzia, Strelitzia Reginae, Streptosolen Jamesonii, Stringy Gum, Striped Rose Of France, Stubwort, Stutia, Stylophorum, Stylophorum Diphyllum, Styphelia Scoparia, Styrax Benzoin, Subulatopuntia, Succisa Pratensis, Succory, Sugandaraja, Sugar Beet, Sugar Cane, Sugarcane, Suikazura, Sulphur Bean, Sultana, Sum´bul, Sumac, Sumach, Sumatra, Sumbul, Sumbul Radix, Sumbulwurzel, Summer Cypress, Summer Lilac, Summer Rhododendron, Summer Starwort, Summers Bride, Sumsum, Sun Rose, Sunchoke, Suncups, Sundial, Sundrops, Sunflower, Sunroot, Suntull, Supadi Phool, Surelle, Swallow Herb, Swallow Wort, Swallow Wort, Swamp Cabbage, Swamp Gum, Swamp Lily, Swamp Magnolia, Swampbay, Sweet Acacia, Sweet Alyssum, Sweet Balm, Sweet Basil, Sweet Bay, Sweet Briar, Sweet Briar, Sweet Cane, Sweet Capsicum, Sweet Cherry, Sweet Chestnut, Sweet Cicely, Sweet Cumin, Sweet Fennel, Sweet Flag, Sweet Gale, Sweet Goldenrod, Sweet Grass, Sweet Grass, Sweet Majoram, Sweet Mary, Sweet Mary Balm, Sweet Melissa, Sweet Orange, Sweet Pea, Sweet Peppers, Sweet Potato, Sweet Reseda, Sweet Rocket, Sweet Root, Sweet Rush, Sweet Scabious, Sweet Sedge, Sweet Shrub, Sweet Slumber, Sweet Sultan, Sweet Vernal Grass, Sweet Violet, Sweet Weed, Sweet William, Sweet Wood, Sweet Woodruff, Sweet Briar, Sweet Scented Bedstraw, Sweet Scented Goldenrod, Sweet Scented Tussilage, Sweetbay, Sweetbay Magnolia, Sweetbriar, Sweete Williams, Sweetgrass, Sweetgum, Sweetpea, Sweetshrub, Sweth, Swine Snout, Swines Snout, Sword Flag, Sword Lily, Sycamore, Sycamore, Sycamore Fig, Sycomore, Symphiandra, Symphyotrichum Novae Angliae, Symphytum Officinale, Symplocarpus Foetidus, Syngonium Podophyllum, Syrian Ketmia, Syrian Mallow, Syrian Rue, Syringa, Syringa Vulgaris, Syzygium Aromaticum, Szczaw,

 Taaba, Tabacca, Tabachine, Tabaibas, Tabak, Tabascina, Tabua Larga, Tacoanthus, Tagetes, Tagetes Corymbosa, Tagetes Erecta, Tagetes Lunulata, Tagetes Patula, Tagetes Remotiflora, Tagetes Signata, Tagetes Tenuifolia, Tahiti Lime, Tailed Pepper, Takip Kohol, Tall Buttercup, Tall Field Buttercup, Tall Mallow, Tall Nettle, Tall Oregon Grape, Tall Sunflower, Tamar, Tamar Hind, Tamarene, Tamarind, Tamarindo, Tamarindus Indica, Tamarisk, Tamarix, Tambo, Tambran, Tamon, Tamus Communis, Tanacetum, Tanacetum Balsamita, Tanacetum Parthenium, Tanacetum Vulgare, Tangerine, Tanglad, Tansy, Tansy, Tapuah Sdom, Taraxacum Dens Leonis, Taraxacum Officinale, Taraxacum Retroflexum, Tares, Tarragon, Tasajo, Tash Plant, Tasmanian Oak, Tassel Flower, Taters, Tatta, Tatties, Taurus Cedar, Tawny Daylily, Tawny Lily, Taxus, Tchilek, Tchwa, Tea Plant, Tea Rose, Teaberry, Tear Drops, Tear Thumb, Teardrop, Tears Of Isis, Techi, Telegraph Plant, Telmissa, Temple Tree, Ten Cent Flower Tree, Ten O Clock Flower, Ten Week Stock, Tendrils Of All Plants, Tenga, Tenjikubotan, Tenweeks Stock, Teppouyuri, Terminalis, Terminalis Fruticosa, Testicle Tree, Teteli, Tetrabaculum Tetragonum, Tetragonolobus Maritimus, Tetrorum, Tetterwort, Tetterwort, Tetul, Texas Bluebell, Texas Bluebonnet, Texas Huisache, Thai Galangal, Thai Ginger, Thakolam, Thalestris, Thalictrum, Thamnojusticia, Thanh Long, Thanksgiving Cactus, Thankuni, Thankuni Pata, Tharakhchakon, The Consuls Daughter, The Cure Tree, The Devils Plant, The Fruit Of The Gods, The Leaf Of Patrick, The Tree Of Good Health, The Tree Of Life, The Vervain, The Yellow Rose Of Texas, Thea Assamica, Thea Bohea, Thea Cantonensis, Thea Chinensis, Thea Cochinchinensis, Thea Grandifolia, Thea Olearia, Thea Oleosa, Thea Parvifolia, Thea Sinensis, Thea Viridis, Theaphylla Cantonensis, Thelychiton, Theobroma Cacao, Theresa, Thevetia Peruviana, Thimbleberry, Thimbleweed, Thinking Of Home Bush, Thistle, Thors Hat, Thors Helper, Thormantle, Thorn, Thorn Branch, Thorn Evergreen, Thorn Apple, Thorn Apple, Thorn Tree, Thornapple, Thornapple Tree, Thorntree, Thorny Acacia, Thorny Feather Wattle, Thoroughwort, Thotta Siningi, Thottavaadi, Thousand Leaf, Thousand Seal, Thozhukanni, Three Leaved Grass, Three Leaved Grass, Three Leaved Grass, Thrift, Thrissles, Throughout The Months, Throw Wort, Thuberia, Thuja, Thunderbesom, Thuoc Lao, Thyme, Thymus Vulgaris, Ti Plant, Ti Pore, Tibouchina Semidecandra, Tickle My Fancy, Tickseed, Tickweed, Tiger Daylily, Tiger Lily, Tiglium, Til, Tilia, Tillaea, Tillandsia Usneoides, Timandra, Time Flower, Time Fuul, Ting, Tinkers Root, Tintidi, Tinus Laurifolius, Tinus Lauriformis, Tinus Lucidus, Tipitiwitchet, Tippity Twitchet, Tipton Weed, Tiptons Weed, Tisi, Titan Arum, Tlilxochitl, Toads Mouth, Toadflax, Togarashi, Tolache, Tolguacha, Tolu, Tomatl, Tomato, Tonka, Tonka Bean Plant, Tonqua, Tonquin Bean, Toot, Toothbrush, Topinambour, Torches, Tormentil, Tormentilla Erecta, Totora, Touch Me Not, Touch Me Not, Tourengane, Townhall Clock, Tracheliopsis, Tradescantia Ohiensis, Tradescantia Virginiana, Tragoceros, Trailing Arbutus, Trailing Bittersweet, Trailing Grape, Trailing Nightshade, Transvaal Daisy, Travelers Joy, Travellers Joy, Travellers Joy, Tree Cholla, Tree Ivy, Tree Mallow, Tree Of Death, Tree Of Doom, Tree Of Enchantment, Tree Of Life, Tree Of Life, Tree Of The Forty, Tree Of The Forty Cures, Tree Peony, Tree Primrose, Tree Spider Orchid, Trees Of Kafoor, Trefoil, Trefoil, Triactina, Trianaeopiper, Tricycla, Tridesmis, Trifoil, Trifolium, Trifolium Pratense, Trifolium Repens, Trigonella Goenum Graecum, Trille Ondule, Trillium, Trillium Erectum, Trillium Pictum, Trillium Undulatum, Triodanis Perfoliata, Triosteum, Triplandra, Triptilion Spinosum, Trisanthus Cochinchinensis, Triticum, Trollius Paluster, Tropaeolum, Tropical Milkweed, Tropolis Tetragona, Trout Lily, Trout Lily, True Aloe, True Cardamom, True Cinnamon, True Geranium, True Goldenrod, True Grasses, True Laurel, True Lavender, True London Pride, True Love, True Myrtle, True Rose Of Jericho, True Service Tree, True Shallot, True Unicorn Root, True Winters Bark, Trumpet Creeper, Trumpet Flower, Trumpet Lily, Trumpet Lily, Trumpet Vine, Truti, Tsamiya, Tsubaki, Tuber Root, Tuberose, Tuberous Crowfoot, Tuberous Morning Glory, Tuckermannia, Tuhonghua, Tule Espidilla, Tule Reed, Tulip, Tulip Gentian, Tulip Poplar, Tulip Tree, Tulipa, Tulipa Didieri, Tulipa Gesneriana, Tulipa Suaveolens, Tulipan, Tulipant, Tulsi, Tumeric, Tuna, Tunas, Tunhoof, Tupa, Turban Lily, Turks Cap Lily, Turkey Corn, Turkish Balloon Flower, Turkish Cedar, Turnera Diffusa, Turnip, Turnip Mustard, Turnip Rape, Turnip Rooted Parsley, Turnsole, Tussilago, Tussilago Farfara, Tussilago Fragrans, Tut, Tuta, Tuti, Twenty Flower, Twice Writhen, Twopenny Grass, Tyloglossa, Typha, Typha Latifolia, Tzu T An Wood Tree,

 Uan Suy, Ubi, Ufuta, Ulex, Ulmaria, Ulmus, Ulmus Americana, Ulmus Americana Rubra, Ulmus Crispa, Ulmus Dimidiata, Ulmus Fulva, Ulmus Glabra, Ulmus Pinguis, Ulmus Pubescens, Ulmus Rubra, Ulster Mary, Ultragossypium, Uluhaal, Uluva, Umakhuthula, Umbellate Wintergreen, Umbrella Acacia, Umbrella Acacia, Umbrella Plant, Umca, Umcka, Umckaloabo, Umublinkosi, Ungoozeh, Unicorn Plant, Unicorn Root, Unryu, Unyoun, Upland Cranberry, Urtica Breweri, Urtica Californica, Urtica Cardiophylla, Urtica Dioica, Urtica Lyalli, Urtica Major, Urtica Procera, Urtica Serra, Urtica Strigosissima, Urtica Trachycarpa, Urtica Viridis, Urui, Utot Utot, Uva Ursa, Uva Ursi, Uwi, Uzerlik,

 Vaalanpuli, Vaccinium Berberidifolium, Vaccinium Corymbosum, Vaccinium Myrtillus, Vaccinium Oxycoccus, Vaccinium Pahalae, Vaccinium Parvifolium, Vaccinium Peleanum, Vaccinium Reticulatum, Vacha, Vachellia Farnesiana, Vada Tree, Vadaja, Vadamalli, Vainonputki, Valerian, Valerian, Valeriana Officinalis, Vallaarai, Vallarai, Van Van, Vandal Root, Vandera, Vanilla Aromatica, Vanilla Fragrans, Vanilla Grass, Vanilla Leaf, Vanilla Leaf, Vanilla Orchid, Vanilla Planifolia, Vanillaleaf, Vard, Vareda, Varigated Thistle, Varkensbrood, Varkoor, Varnish Tree, Varnish Tree, Vasa, Vasa Bach, Vase Vine, Vashambu, Vauma, Vayambu, Vegetable Sulfur, Veiny Geranium, Vekhand, Velour Flower, Velvet Flower, Velvet Plant, Velvetback, Vempu, Vendayam, Venetian Mallow, Venetian Sumac, Venetian Sumach, Venice Mallow, Venus Flytrap, Venus  Flytrap, Venus  Looking Glass, Venus  Looking Glass, Venuss Car, Venuss Looking Glass, Venuss Trap, Vepa, Vepu, Verbascum, Verbascum Arcturus, Verbena, Verbena Citriodora, Verbena Domingensis, Verbena Macrostachya, Verbena Officinalis, Verbena Triphylla, Vermilion Rose Of Austria, Vernal Grass, Vernoniaceae, Veronica Chamaedrys, Veronica Speciosa, Veronica Spicata, Vervain, Vervan, Vetch, Vetiver, Vetiveria Zizanoides, Viburnum Hyemale, Viburnum Lauriforme, Viburnum Opulus, Viburnum Rigidum, Viburnum Rugosum, Viburnum Strictum, Viburnum Tinus, Vicia, Vicia Nigricans Gigantea, Victorian Ash, Vidanga, Vilenga, Village Pharmacy, Vilobia, Vinca Major, Vinca Major Variegata, Vinca Minor, Vine, Viola, Viola Alba, Viola Arvensis, Viola Odorata, Viola Papillionacea, Viola Pubescens, Viola Sororia, Viola Tricolor, Violacciocca, Violet, Violet Bloom, Violet Ivy, Virgaureae Herba, Virgins Bower, Virginia Creeper, Virginia Dogwood, Virginia Raspberry, Virginia Spiderwort, Virginian Poke, Virginian Spiderwort, Viscaria Oculata, Viscum Album, Vitex, Vitex Agnus Castus, Vitis Sylvestris, Vitis Vinifera, Voamadilo, Volkamenia, Volkameria, Vomitwort, Voodoo Lily, Vyjanti Beads,

 Wad, Wada Mal, Wahoo, Wake Robin, Waldmeister, Walking Stick Cholla, Wallflower, Wallwort, Walnoot, Walnut, Wan Xiang Yu, Wand Flowers, Wandflower, War, War Poison, Ward, Warszewiczia Coccinea, Watcher By The Wayside, Watcher By The Wayside, Water Blobs, Water Bubbles, Water Elder, Water Elm, Water Flag, Water Ledges, Water Lily, Water Parsley, Water Melon, Water Willow, Watermelon, Wattle, Wax Custer, Wax Flower, Wax Myrtle, Wax Myrtle, Waxflower, Waxplant, Waxvine, Way Bennet, Waybread, Wayside Plantain, Wealhhutu, Weavers Broom, Weberiopuntia, Wedding Bells, Weeping Willow, Wegbrade, Weld, Welsh Groundsel, Welsh Ragwort, Wermode, West Indian Daggerlog, West Indian Jasmine, West Indian Lantana, Western Mugwort, Western Wasabi, Wet A Bed, Weybroed, Wheat, Wheel, Whig Plant, Whimsey, Whin, Whinberry, Whistling Thorn, White Bean, White Bryony, White Catchfly, White Cherry, White Chestnut, White Clover, White Cornel, White Dittany, White Ditto, White Elm, White Endive, White Flag, White Flytrap, White Hearts, White Horehound, White Lady, White Lotus, White Mans Foot, White Mans Footprint, White Mans Weed, White Mugwort, White Mulberry, White Mullein, White Myrtle, White Myrtle, White Narcissus, White Navy Bean, White Oak, White Poplar, White Poppy, White Potato, White Sage, White Sandalwood, White Saunders, White Shamrock, White Squill, White Tea, White Thorn, White Trumpet Lily, White Violet, White Willow, White Wood, White Zephyr Lily, White Root, Whitebay, Whiteweed, Whitlow Wort, Whitty, Whitty Pear, Whortleberry, Wice Hazel, Wiches Bells, Wiches Thimbles, Wicken Tree, Widows Tears, Wigandia Californica, Wiggin, Wiggy, Wiky, Wild Angelica, Wild Artichoke, Wild Arum, Wild Ash, Wild Babys Breath, Wild Bean, Wild Briar, Wild Cabbage, Wild Cane, Wild Carrot, Wild Celery, Wild Chamomile, Wild Cherry, Wild Clover, Wild Cranesbill, Wild Daisy, Wild Endive, Wild European Strawberry, Wild Fennel, Wild Garlic, Wild Geranium, Wild Honeysuckle, Wild Hop, Wild Hyacinth, Wild Hyssop, Wild Ipecac, Wild Leek, Wild Lemon, Wild Licorice, Wild Liquorice, Wild Mallow, Wild Malva, Wild Mandrake, Wild Marjaram, Wild Mustard, Wild Onion, Wild Oregon Grape, Wild Pansy, Wild Pea, Wild Petunia, Wild Plantains, Wild Plum, Wild Poinsettia, Wild Privet, Wild Quinine, Wild Rose, Wild Rue, Wild Sage, Wild Senna, Wild Sorrel, Wild Strawberry, Wild Succory, Wild Tansy, Wild Teasel, Wild Tobacco, Wild Vanilla, Wild Western Thimbleberries, Wild Wormwood, Wild Yellow Lily, Wild Yellow Lily, Wilde Malva, Willow, Willow Herb, Willowherb, Wimberry, Winberry, Wind Flower, Windberry, Windflower, Windroot, Wineberry, Winged Seeds, Winter Cherry, Winter Cherry Herb, Winter Daffodil, Winter Daphne, Winter Gilliflower, Winter Heliotrope, Winter Heliotrope, Winters Bark, Winters Cinnamon, Wintera, Wintera Aromatics, Winterbloom, Winterflowering Cactus, Wintergreen, Wire Grass, Wiregrass, Wishing Thorn, Wistaria, Wisteria, Wisteria Frutesens, Wisteria Sinensis, Witch Bane, Witch Flower, Witch Grass, Witch Hazel, Witch Hazel, Witch  Bells, Witchs Hair, Witchs Mannikin, Witchs Thimble, Witchbane, Witchen, Witches Bane, Witches Herb, Witches Mannikin, Witches  Aspirin, Witches  Berry, Witches  Thimble, Witchgrass, Witchwood, Withania Somnifera, Withe, Withered Flowers Bouquet, Withy, Woad, Wohpala, Wolf Claw, Wolf Flower, Wolf Peach, Wolfs Bane, Wolfs Hat, Wolfs Milk, Wolfs Tale, Wolfsbane, Wood Aloes, Wood Anemone, Wood Avens, Wood Betony, Wood Mallow, Wood Poppy, Wood Rose, Wood Rove, Wood Sorrel, Wood Sour, Wood Violet, Wood Sorrel, Woodbine, Woodbine, Woodland Strawberry, Woodruff, Woody Nightshade, Woolflower, Woolgarie Bur, Woolly Blue Violet, Worm Fern, Wormot, Wormweed, Wormwode, Wormwood, Wound Weed, Wound Wort, Woundwort, Wrodon, Wuderove, Wych Elm, Wymote,

 Xanthium Canadense, Xanthium Chinese, Xanthium Glabratum, Xanthium Strumarium, Xanthium Strumarium Canadense, Xanthium Strumarium Glabratum, Xanthium Strumarium Strumarium, Xanthobrychis, Xanthoxylum, Xcambocoche, Xeranthemum, Xeranthemum Annuum, Xilli, Xing Ren, Xitomatl, Xizao Hua, Xukloti, Xylosma,

 Y Di, Yahong Yahong, Yalluc, Yam, Yamayuri, Yanisin, Yankeeweed, Yaqona, Yard Rush, Yarrow, Yarroway, Yaw Root, Ye Lai Xiang, Ye Lai Xiang, Ye Xiang Mu, Yeh Hsi Ming, Yeh Hsi Ming, Yellow Acacia, Yellow Adders Tongue, Yellow Allamanda, Yellow Autumn Crocus, Yellow Avens, Yellow Bark, Yellow Bean, Yellow Bedstraw, Yellow Bell, Yellow Daisy, Yellow Day Lily, Yellow Daylily, Yellow Dock, Yellow Evening Primrose, Yellow Evening Primrose, Yellow Eveningprimrose, Yellow Fawn Lily, Yellow Flag, Yellow Iris, Yellow Jasmine, Yellow Jessamine, Yellow Lotus, Yellow Milkweed, Yellow Oleander, Yellow Ox Eye Daisy, Yellow Poplar, Yellow Poppy, Yellow Sage, Yellow Sandalwood, Yellow Snowdrop, Yellow Trumpet Vine, Yellow Tulip Tree, Yellow Tulipwood, Yellow Violet, Yellow Water Lotus, Yellow Fever Acacia, Yellow Gowan, Yerba, Yerba Buena, Yerba Del Sapo, Yerba Luisa, Yerba Mate, Yerba Mate, Yerba Santa, Yerbe Del Diablo, Yerva Mate, Yerw, Yew, Yi Yi, Yohimbe, Youzi Cha, Yuca, Yucca, Yucca, Yucca Gloriosa, Yue Xia Xiang, Yulmu, Yuzerlik, Yuzucha,

 Zabila, Zaboca, Zalef, Zanahoria, Zang Bao Chun, Zantedeschia Aethiopica, Zantedeschia Albomaculata, Zanthoxylum, Zaragoza Bean, Zard Alu, Zarzaparrila, Zauchneria, Zea Mays, Zeleznik Lekarsky, Zelkova, Zeltnera Beyrichii, Zempoalxochitl, Zephyr Flower, Zephyr Lily, Zephyranthes, Zhang Shu, Zhangshu, Zhaodianhong, Zhongguoqiangwei, Zhufan Hu, Ziele, Zig Zag Camellia, Ziga, Zigadenus, Zigina, Zinnia, Zitan Wood Tree, Zitronmelisse, Ztworkost, Zwetschge, Zygalchemilla, Zygocactus,


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The Origin of Symbolic Trees, Plants & Flowers

The entire concept of the symbolism of trees, plants and flowers had to start somewhere. That somewhere is with religion. Every major religion has at least one tree, plant or flower that is considered, for whatever particular reasons, to be entirely sacred to believers of that faith. From the pre-dawn of religious belief throughout the spiritual history of humankind, there has been a Tree of Life that is considered to be sacred. From belief to belief, the specifically related symbolism of the Tree of Life varies. But one thing is consistent throughout each belief…The Tree of Life is revered. If you would like to read much more about it, there is an exceptionally interesting Wikipedia page on the subject.

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For Christians their most sacred book, The Holy Bible, relates in Genesis 2:3 that there was a particularly sacred tree located in the center of The Garden of Eden. No one knows, exactly, what the genus of this powerful tree actually was. What we do know is that The First Man and The First Woman, Adam and Eve, were specifically forbidden to even touch it. Or else that would be the end of…well…everything…because, to disobey God, who passed on this command would initiate Death. As a consequence, when a fruit from that tree was eaten, being as it was The Forbidden Fruit, Death did come and now we all come and go by way of birth and death. Nobody knows for certain what the actual Forbidden Fruit was. Symbolically, it has been known to be an apple.

Folklore supports the apple theory because if you cut an apple across the center between stem and bud end, the core pith forms the shape of a star.apple However, up until an eager botanist decided to call the genus of the fruit we know as an apple, to be Malus, all hard fruits…at the time…were called apples. Why was the apple we know called Malus? Hmm. Perhaps it is because a botanist decided that would be a good name for it…all things considered. And perhaps, because up until then the only fruit that presented a star shape was that particular fruit. The tropical Starfruit had not yet been discovered to give it a star-like name…based of course, upon it’s obvious shape. Was the Starfruit the fabled Forbidden Fruit? Who knows? Nobody. But whatever we might speculate, back then…in The Garden of Eden…the particular fruit in question was forbidden. And now the apple we know so well, Malus domestica, is the quintessential symbol of The Forbidden Fruit. So be it.

In the story of the legendary Forbidden Fruit we have a symbolic fruit that is not only immensely sacred as to be entirely forbidden to eat or even touch the tree…it was a killer fruit to be sure…fruit that for all practical purposes might be merely a legend. But the thing about legends are that they tend to originate with a true or true-ish even that might be embellished somewhat along the way of its telling. However, we all are well aware that there actually are fruits so dangerousso deadly…that to eat them would bring certain death.

Oddly enough, there is also a tree that is so dangerousso deadly…that the tree itself will kill. That tree is the Manchineel Tree.

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The Machineel Tree is native to Florida in the United States, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Central America, and northern South America. Hippomane mancinella, commonly known as the Manchineel Tree is one of the most poisonous trees in the entire world. The ancient Carib Indians would kill their enemies by simply tying the their victim to the trunk of that tree and let the tree effectively do all the dirty work for them, slowly and painfully. One of the common names of the Manchineel Tree’s fruit is called “The Devil’s Apple.” Under the circumstances, symbolically, it seems quite suitable as the Caribe Indians used it for all forms of eliminating those who they did not want anywhere near them. As a matter of documented fact, it was a Manchineel sap tipped arrow that delivered explorer, Ponce de Leon, his fatal wound when rounding near to where Saint Petersburg, Florida is.

We might not have a singular clue as to what The Forbidden Fruit might have been, but we surely do know all about Hyssopus officinalis,agas_foen_003 which is better known as Hyssop. Hyssop was mentioned several times in The Bible, firstly in Leviticus where it was describe as a purification herb. But hyssop was first used symbolically during its first mention in Exodus 12:20. There it is told that Hyssop was to be used by the Israelites as a paintbrush of sorts, to dip into the blood of a lamb and for to use the bloody Hyssop branch to mark…or paint…their door posts so The Angel of Death who was scheduled that night to bring death to the firstborn of all…man or beast…as God was bearing a gravely pointed judgement upon the Egyptians. It seemed to have worked. It is written that the firstborn behind the blood marked doors of the Israelite households survived, whereas the firstborn of the Egyptians did not. It is written that the Pharaoh reluctantly let the Israelites leave Egypt with Moses as one of the firstborn who died was his own son. The event is legendary, considered sacred, and has been commemorated as Passover ever since.

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Botswillia sacra – Frankincense

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In The New Testament of The Christian Bible Frankincense and Myrrh made their appearance in the story of the birth of Jesus when The Three Magi presented their gifts to him in Bethlehem. Both of these cherished gifts are derivatives on the plants they are obtained from. The floriography relating to these particular plants is unmistakable and has persisted for thousands of years. A few others plants mentioned in The Old Testament are Fig, Acacia, Almond, Date, Anise and Palms. The list plants, trees, and flowers mentioned in The Bible is quite extensive. There are several lists available on other websites that I found interesting. One of them being on a plant website maintained by Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. Click here to see their list of Bible Plants. Almost all of them have a symbolism of one kind or another.

In the Jewish faith, there are four specific plants mentioned in the Torah in Leviticus 23:4 that absolutely embodies the concept of floriography as the symbolism of these plants is utterly crucial to Sukkot. There are a few interpretations of how to create a Sukkot,fourspecies but it is essentially constructed from the plants and fruits of the four species. The waving of these four plants is considered to be a mitzvah that has been ordered by the Torah and waving it contains symbolic references to the Jewish commitment and service of God. A very interesting article explaining The Four Species
and how they are selected and the possible reasons why and what they specifically symbolize can be found by clicking on this Wikipedia page regarding The Four Species.

 

In the Muslim faith, there are fifty-four specific plants mentioned in The Holy Quran. Among them are fig, pomegranate, olive, corn, leek, garlic, onion, lentil, barley, wheat, ginger, pumpkin, watermelon, tamarind, cedar, vineyards, bananas, cucumbers, and basil. In Dubai, botanists have plans to plant and nurture fifty of the fifty-four plants in an extraordinarily unique garden, which you can read more about by clicking on Dubai’s Holy Quran Park.

Tulsi, means “incomparable one” and it is more commonly known as Holy Basil. TulsiTulsi is actually so venerated that Hindu followers worship this plant morning and evening. To Hindu believers, Tulsi is so holy that the plant, itself, is considered to be deified. No Hindu home would be complete without a cherished and nurtured Tulsi plant growing in an especially revered location very close to it. This is because Holy Basil symbolizes the religious pulse of that Hindu family

 

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In Buddhism the Ficus religioso,Bowhich is also known as the Peepal Tree is a very special tree. So special, in fact, that some of those trees are considered to be particularly holy trees because it is the tree under which sat Lord Gautama Buddha while he was meditating beneath it’s spreading canopy. It was then and it was there that he attained his spiritual enlightenment. From that point on that tree became known as a Bodhi tree which means “enlightenment”. Not all Ficus religioso trees are considered to be Bodhi Trees. Only those that can be traced all the way back to the original tree parent may have that esteemed honor. The original tree was destroyed a long time ago. However, a cutting branch from that tree had been taken, rooted, nurtured and grown to replace it. As a matter of fact, a branch of the original tree was rooted in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka in 288 BCE and is known as Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi. It is the oldest flowering plant  in the world. The leaves of a Bodi Tree are considered to be sacred. To have one in your possession is to have a holy relic. Although it is unlikely that the leaves being sold online are actually from one of the actual holy Bodhi Trees, it is possible to obtain a hand-painted Peepal Leaf. Some of them are extremely beautiful and meaningful in themselves.

To the Druids, the holy plant was Viscum album, Viscum album which is better known as European Mistletoe.  Being a parasitic plant, mistletoe was found up in the tree branches of host trees. Viscum album is also a part of Greek mythology and it is believed to be THE Golden Bough of Aeneas, which is the ancestor of the Romans. Mistletoe also figures into the Old Norse beliefs. Then in pre-Christian European beliefs, until finally it appears as a Christmas plant under which the custom of kissing during the Christmas season took hold. All through that, it is to the Druids, who cherished it so greatly that to them there was nothing more sacred than mistletoe that is found in an oak tree. The oak tree was an important element in the selection of the mistletoe as it was rarely found in oaks, which made its discovery all the more special. The Druids gathered mistletoe with great ceremonial reverence involving sacrifice and feasting, on…if at all possible…the sixth day of the moon. In the ancient Druid language the mistletoe was called “the all-healing”.

On and on the symbolism of trees, plants, flowers, fruit, seeds, sap, leaves, and wood developed throughout history until the Floriography of these earthborn wonders is something we have not considered at all. This is because we have been taken them for granted. They are always there…somewhere…outside of our homes, inside our refrigerators and cupboards, everywhere there is something growing somewhere. Even what we perceive to be barren desert will have a plant growing there…somewhere.

In some deserts there will be found an oasis that nurtures several…perhaps even many different kinds…trees, plants and flowers that seemingly grow up out in the middle of what is seen as vast nothingness. To any who come upon a desert oasis, or if the oasis is large enough to support day to day residence (as some are) it matters not what any book or list assigns to any particular growing thing there around them as all of it is appreciated, cherished, nurtured and spiritually embraced as all that grows in an oasis is symbolic of “Life”.

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Meaningful Messages

Make Your Meaningful Flowers What You Intend For Them To Mean

The whole idea of have a meaning of flowers was most appreciated in Victorian England. When flowers were selected by the Victorian sender as a gift bouquet to the Victorian recipient, each flower was carefully selected to represent a particular specific feeling, endearment, intention, hope, or even damning condemnation. The meaning of flowers was more important than the beauty or the scent of the blossoms themselves. The bouquet was somewhat like an envelope with each blossom and leaf delivering the message to the recipient. For the most post, flowers were sent to convey words of love that were difficult to speak aloud.  *sigh*  Those Victorians were deeply romantic and highly emotional…inside themselves. *sigh again* If it were not for posies love would be wafting in the air like a scent. But if you didn’t know that scent or from which secret garden from which it originated, it was mysteriously lovely…but…

Alas, The Victorians were shy folks. This is when and how the use of Floriography’s meaning of flowers came to the rescue. Especially when it came to the subject of romance. It seemed when a gentleman fancied a lady he would engage a go-between to deliver notes, if any. To get to that level of interaction was a long leap to being forward. The usual method of sending messages with meaning was less direct and considerably less definitive. And although it was romantic to recieve a secret message, a note did not always have the Wow-factor that flowers still have. Every woman loves to receive flowers.

Messages with heartfelt meaning can be sent with flowers.

Little bouquets, better known as “tussy-mussies” were the vogue in messaging. A meaningful nosegay sent was the Victorian floral version of genteel texting.  The emoticons of engagement were the flowers themselves. Some of the flower meanings were widely understood and well know. But most other flower meanings were secretive…hidden within the pages of books that listed the specific meanings of each flower. Even the colors translated messages. To look back it all seemed so romantic.

Or, so it would seem.

However, messages sent were solely dependent on a mutual understanding which was the Victorian version of an app. Yes, there actually was an app for that. The flower meaning book! Every thoughtful Victorian had access to at least one.

But, if you didn’t have the exact same book that the sender used to devise his or her message, then the message itself could be…and often was…scrambled…to mean entirely something else. This was because there were, and still are, many plants that have multiple and even contrary meanings. Let’s take, for example the yellow rose. In one book it was to mean “friendship”. In another it indicated “a betrayal”. You receive a yellow rose…from someone you believe is your friend and your book indicates “a betrayal” just what would be going through your mind? Get the picture.

A confusing flower meaning can confuse the floral gift recipient.

After a while, perhaps due to huge misunderstandings, the meaning of flowers with regards to the practice of using flowers as messengers went out of practice. Eventually the idea of it became an enchanting idea and the practice of linking meanings to flowers took on a new life. However, considering that the books on the market today are just as contrary as back in Victorian times, it is strongly advisable to include an actual note…that clearly defines your intentions…along with your floral gift. And, if it is your usual practice to send flowers to your significant other, make a gift of the book you, yourself, intend to use to design your bouquets. It’s the better way to send a secretive message. Without unity there could be a great deal of confusion. Just saying.

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Floriography Today: The Symbolic Meanings & Possible Powers of Trees, Plants and Flowers

by S. Theresa Dietz

440 pages, 8 x 1 x 10 inches

As the Floriography Reference Book of Choice for the 21st Century, Floriography Today is a tour de force of painstakingly researched and carefully organized information that has never been available in one volume until now. Floriography Today is a must-have for every reference book shelf,

FLORIOGRAPHY TODAY is concise, consolidated and extensively cross-referenced for easy research. This very exceptional reference book consists of over 7,500 plant names; over 2,000 symbolic meanings; and over 600 possible powers for over 900 individual species trees, plants and flowers with additional notes of interesting “Folklore and Facts” throughout.

The extensive three column, three part index in the back of Floriography Today consists of 100 pages of meticulously cross-referenced Plant Names, Symbolic Meanings, and Possible Powers. Without a doubt, Floriography Today is absolutely the best, most informative book on the subject of the secret language of flowers – in the world!

About The Author:

Long before moving from South Florida to The Enchanted Mountains of Western New York State, Suzanne Dietz…writing under her studious non-fiction pseudonym, “S.Theresa Dietz”…took an immense interest in the subject of Floriography. As a matter of fact, her 440 page tour de force on the subject of the symbolic meanings and the possible powers of trees, plants and flowers began well over twenty years ago.

Floriography Today started out as a short handwritten list on one side of lined school paper, to ultimately grow to be the extensive, concise, meticulously researched, consolidated, and impeccably organized reference book on the subject of Floriography that it is.

Destined to be a classic reference on the subject, Suzanne’s exemplary skills in research and information organization will serve readers of this reference book for generations to come.


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  5-STAR EDITORIAL REVIEW
Reviewed by Carla Trueheart for Readers’ Favorite

Floriography Today by author S. Theresa Dietz covers just about everything you need to know about the meaning and symbolism of flowers. Included in the book is an introduction that explains the meaning of flowers and how those meanings have become lost or confused over time. The reader will then learn how to use the book and what is important with flower reading, such as symbolic meanings, folklore and facts, color meaning, and possible powers of particular flowers or plants. Here and there, the author has sprinkled little poems or sayings that add much to the book. The middle section of the guide breaks down each flower in alphabetical order for ease of location, and assigns each flower a meaning and a fact. All the flowers are covered from A-Z, making this a terrific reference guide and companion for those who want to understand the symbolic meanings of various flowers, trees, and plants.

Not only does Floriography Today provide meanings of flowers, it also includes a handy Plant Name Index so you can hop to each flower location with ease. As a reader, I was especially excited to learn about roses and their color meanings — red for beauty and love, yellow for friendship, and many others — and the folklore and traditions surrounding the rose. Any flower I could think of was in the guide, and I spent much time reading through and learning about plants and flowers. At the end, there is even an index for symbolic meanings, such as wishes, art, luck, beauty, desire, and love. S. Theresa Dietz has done meticulous research on this topic, and it shows. I would highly recommend the book to those seeking knowledge in the field of flowers, plants, and trees – brides, florists, gardeners and flower lovers!

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Botanical Names

How A Plant Get Its Botanical Name

Naming plants is not an art. It’s a specific science. There is a specific reason plants have been given their often tongue-twisting Latin botanical names. A plant’s botanical name is its formal scientific name. The name is not flippantly given. It is scientifically considered and named to conform to the International Code of Nomenclature for Algae, Fungi, and Plants. In short that is better known as ICN.

The purpose of a botanical name is so that there is global conformity when it comes to identifiying a particular plant. Considering there are literally thousands (perhaps even millions) of common names for trees, plants, flowers, algae and fungi, a particular specific name for a specific organism is necessary for the scientific purpose of accurate identification. It’s a complex process and the importance of it is undeniable in the science of Botany. Much more can be discovered about this fascinating process and the strict rules that must be adhered to when correctly naming plants which is, botanically speaking a plant’s valid name.

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So, rather than go into the long, detailed and complex process of naming a plant, here is the short list and gist to give a bit of the the logic behind plant naming. Consider these indicators when wondering how a plant got its name:

The Form of The Leaf:

acerifolia = maple like
angustifolia = slender leaves
aquifolius = spiny or prickly leaves
buxifolius = boxwood like leaves
buxifolium = boxwood like leaves
ilicifolius = holly like leaves
laurifolius = leaves like laurel
parvifolius = small leaves
populifolius = leaves like poplar
salicifolia = willow like leaves

The Color of The Foliage and/or The Flowers:

albus = white
argenteas = silvery
aureau = golden
azureus = sky blue
caesius = gray blue
caeruleus = dark blue
coeruleus = dark blue
candidus = shiny pure white
canus = ashy gray or hoary
carneus = flesh coloured
cereus = waxy
citrinus = yellow
coccineus = scarlet
concolor = one colour
creceus = yellow
cruentus = bloody
discolor = two colours or separate colours
glaucus = covered with grey bloom or pruinose
incanus = gray, hoary
luteus = reddish yellow
nigra = black
purpureus = dark red or purple
rubens = red or ruddy
ruber = red or ruddy
rufus – ruddy

The Shape of The The Plant When Full Grown:

adpressus = pressing against, hugging
altus = tall
arboreus = tree like
capitatus = head like
compactus = compact, densely growing
confertus = crowded, pressed together
contortus = twisted
decumbens = laying down
depressus = pressed down
elegans = elegant, slender, willowy
fastigiatus = upright, branches erect and close together
humifusus = sprawling on the ground
humilis = low, small, humble
impressus = impressed upon
nanus = dwarf
procumbens = trailing
prostrates = prostrate
pumilis = puny, insignificant
repens = creeping
reptans = creeping
scandens = climbing

The Characteristics of The Plant:

armutus = armed
baccatus = berried or berry like
barbatus = barbed or bearded
campanulatus = bell or cup shaped
ciliaris = fringed
cordatus = heart shaped
cornutus = horned
crassus = thick or fleshy
decurrens = running down the stem
dendron = tree
diffractans = shattering
diversi = varying
edulis = edible
floridus = free flowering
fragilis = fragile, brittle
fruticosus = shrubby
fulgens = shiny
gracilis = slender, thin or small
grandis = large and showy
ifer = bearing or having
iferus = bearing or having
laciniatus = fringed or torn edges
laevigatus = smooth
lobatus = lobed
maculatus = spotted
mollis = soft, or softly haired
mucronatus = pointed
nutans = nodding or swaying
officianalis = medicinal
obtusus = blunt or flattened
oides = like or resembling
patens = open spreading growth
pinnatus = like a feather
plenus = double or full
plumosus = feathery
praecox = precocious, early blooming or early growing
pungens = piercing
radicans = rooting, especially along the stem
reticulatus = net veined
retusus = notched at blunt apex
rugosus = wrinkled or rough
sacharatus = sweet or sugary
sagittalis = arrow like
scabrous = rough feeling
scoparius = broom like

The Geographical Location of A Plant’s Original Habitat:
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ensis means ‘of a place’ is added to place names to specify the habitat of origin)

canadensis = of Canada
canariensis = of the Canary Islands
carpensis = of the Cape of Good Hope area
chilensis = of Chile
chinensis = of China
hortensis = of gardens

australis = southern
borealis = northern
campestris = of the field or plains
insularis = of the island
japonica = of Japan
littoralis = of the seashore
montanus = of the mountains
riparius = of river banks
rivalis = of brooks

rivularis = of brooks
saxatilis = inhabiting rocks
tectorum = roof growing


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About Floriography

 The Secret Language & The Magical Powers of Flowers

Today most people who are familiar with the word “Floriography know it to be the secret language of flowers. Floriography it is certainly that. Send any woman a perfect single red rose and she will automatically read “Love” into the gesture. Considering that is so, it is no big wonder why the red rose is THE flower of choice on Valentine’s Day.

It is quite true that Floriography is the unspoken language of the flowers. Sometimes a sweet language. Sometimes it is one that is cruel. Most of the time, though, it is so convoluted that it is could be the source of troubling confusion that will absolutely boggle the mind, which will be begging for clarification.

But, aside from conveying a message, Floriographytodayis actually about so much more.

Consider this about Floriography: every major religion has at least one tree, plant or flower that is considered to be entirely sacred. Holy. Actually, many more than merely a few. Some are so holy that to remove them from a religious ritual would be unthinkable.

Floriography reveals the symbolism of certain trees, plants, fruits, vegetables, seeds, and flowers.

In Floriography, certain trees, plants, flowers, fruits, and seeds have representative symbolism they present for a wide variety of reasons…perhaps religious, perhaps magical, perhaps legendary…it all depends. And, the symbolism might apply to as many purposes. This has been as it has been throughout the course of human history. In addition, over time, the symbolism has increased to encompass wider…still…while continuing onward alongside the earlier symbols. Thus, in Floriography, there can be one plant with many meanings…some contrary to another for the same plant…and multiple symbols that might also be contrary to its own self. At any rate, they mean and represent something. What that is requires research. Most often, to be on the enlightened side of comprehension, that research extends to each individual instance and occurrence. Being clued into what’s what requires diligence.

Floriography defines The Spriritual and The Magical Power of a flower.

When it comes to Floriography’s power, the power of a particular tree, plant or flower might easily be more legend than fact. However, oddly enough, there is a great deal of fact. It depends on belief. The more belief, the more power. And this power is increased the more and the longer it is believed to have the ability to resonate or vibrate in a particular manner. Power is cumulative. In folk magic it is common…in some cases absolutely habitual…that a particular plant is believed to harness a particular power or powers. That is why one plant is selected over another that might not have the power that is desired for use in a particular spell. Then again

Certain spells can be enabled or banished as the particular plant decays or the fragrance dissipates. It all depends on the what, the why, the how, the when, and the who involved. Spell-casting is an art form. Those who can do it well have confidence in the plants that have been selected because it is understood that the power or powers have proven to be dependably potent over time and practice.

Floriography will help you plan the perfect personalized garden.

Floriography has a growing interest when planning an event or a garden, drawing positive energy towards you or pushing negative energies away. Explore the possibilities so that you can incorporate the meanings, the symbolism, and the power of trees, plants and flowers into your life.


 

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