Nouns denoting plants

Cortinarius corrugatus
a fungus with a viscid wrinkled tawny cap; the stalk has a basal bulb that diminishes as the stalk elongates; the gills are dark violet at first but soon turn brown
 
genus Pachyrhizus
small genus of tropical vines having tuberous roots
 
Brugmansia sanguinea
arborescent South American shrub having very large orange-red flowers
 
pandanus
fiber from leaves of the pandanus tree; used for woven articles (such as mats)
 
gametophyte
the gamete-bearing individual or phase in the life cycle of a plant having alternation of generations
 
Phalaenopsis amabilis
orchid having large elliptic to obovate fleshy leaves and fragrant pink-and-white flowers dotted with red
 
Himalayan lilac
robust upright shrub of mountains of northern India having oblong-elliptic leaves and pale lilac or white malodorous flowers
 
Vaccinium oxycoccus
small red-fruited trailing cranberry of Arctic and cool regions of the northern hemisphere
 
Eranthis hyemalis
small Old World perennial herb grown for its bright yellow flowers which appear in early spring often before snow is gone
 
angiospermous tree
any tree having seeds and ovules contained in the ovary
 
family Ustilaginaceae
a fungus family of loose smuts
 
bloom
reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
 
genus Helotium
type genus of the Helotiaceae
 
Plagianthus betulinus
deciduous New Zealand tree whose inner bark yields a strong fiber that resembles flax and is called New Zealand cotton
 
genus Pieris
decorative evergreen shrubs of woody vines
 
genus Calochortus
large genus of western North American leafy-stemmed bulbous herbs
 
Cryptogamia
in former classification systems: one of two major plant divisions, including all plants that do not bear seeds: ferns, mosses, algae, fungi
 
genus Thysanocarpus
small genus of herbs of upland regions of the Pacific coast of North America
 
Wollemi pine
newly discovered (1994) pine thought to have been long extinct; Australia; genus and species names not yet assigned
 
genus Tribulus
annual or perennial herbs or subshrubs of warm regions
 
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