MISCELLANEOUS
 PHOTOS WANTED
OVERALL of WHOLE PLANT:
Ash Tree (female)
Ash (Manna)
Barberry (Mrs Wilsons)
[not a cultivar]
Bindweed (Copse)
Bramble (Stone)
Cudweed (Cape)
Cudweed (Red-Tipped)
Fir (Flaky)
Larch (Dahurian)
Gromwell (Field)
Meadow-Rue (Alpine)
Mint (Whorled)
Mustard (Tower)
Mustard (White)
Pepperwort (Narrow-Leaved)
Purslane (Common)
Safflower
Sedge (Brown)
Sedge (Divided)
Sedge (Dwarf)
Sedge (Tufted)
 
THE BERRIES/FRUITS OF:
Apple-of-Peru
Arum (Dragon)
Barberry (Hedge)
Barberry (Mrs Wilson's)
[pinkish-red]
Bedstraw (Heath)
Chervil (Rough)
Clover (Suffocated)
Clubmoss (Interrupted)
Cock's-Eggs
Cotoneaster (Franchet's)
Cotoneaster (Welsh)
Currant (Red)
Fir (Flaky)
Foxglove Tree
Henbane
Honewort
Honeysuckle (Box-Leaved)
Honeysuckle (Tatarian)
Honeysuckle (Wilson's)
Hound's-Tongue (Green)
Ivy (Boston)
Lantern (Japanese)
Larch (Dahurian)
Laurel (Portugal) [Tree]
Leek
Lily (Arum)
Lovage (Scots)
Marshwort (Lesser)
Masterwort
Meadow-Rue (Alpine)
Mint (Whorled)
Mouse-Ear (Sea)
Mustard (Tower)
Palm (Cabbage)
Palm (Chusan)
Parsley-Piert
Parsley (Stone)
Pepperwort (Narrow-Leaved)
Pond-Sedge (Lesser)
Poppy (Oriental)
Radish (Wild)
Ramping-Fumitory (Western)
Rock-Rose (Hoary)
Sainfoin
Sedge (Brown)
Sedge (Dwarf)
Sedge (Spring)
Skunk-Cabbage (American)
Solomon's-Seal (Angular)
Sorrel (Sheep's)
Tree-Mallow (Smaller)
Trefoil (Hop)
Venus's-Looking-Glass
Venus's-Looking-Glass (Large)
Vetch (Horseshoe)
Vine (Grape)
Virginia-Creeper
Virginia-Creeper (False)
Water-Dropwort (Fine-Leaved)
Water-Dropwort (Parsley)
Water-Milfoil (Alternate)
Water-Parsnip (Lesser)
 
THE FLOWERS OF:
Spruce (Sitka) (male)
Ash (Manna)
Ash Tree (female)
Awlwort
Bearberry
Bearberry (Arctic)
Bindweed (Copse)
Bramble (Stone)
Bryony (Black)
Buckthorn (Purging)
Buckwheat
Chaffweed
Chestnut (Sweet)
Cinquefoil (Spring)
Clover (Suffocated)
Clubmoss (Interrupted)
Coral-Necklace
Cotoneaster (Entire-Leaved)
Cotoneaster (Franchet's)
Cotoneaster (Hjelmqvist's)
Cotoneaster (Wall)
Cotoneaster (Welsh)
Cudweed (Highland)
Dock (Golden)
Fir (Flaky)
Garlic (Field)
Giant-Rhubarb (Brazilian)
Giant-Rhubarb (Chilean)
Glasswort (Common)
Hop [female]
Hornwort (Rigid)
Hyacinth (Water)
Juniper (Common) [M & F]
Knotweed (Giant)
Larch (Dahurian)
Lovage (Scots)
Marshwort (Lesser)
Masterwort
Meadow-Rue (Alpine)
Mind-Your-Own-Business
Mint (Whorled)
MouseEar (Little)
Mulberry (Black) - TREE
Mustard (Tower)
Oak (Pedunculate) [female]
Parrot's Feather
Parsley (Stone)
Pennywort (Floating)
Pennywort (Marsh)
Pepperwort (Least)
Pepperwort (Narrow-Leaved)
Ramping-Fumitory (Western)
Rowan (Dwarf)
Rowan (Japanese)
Rock-Rose (Hoary)
Rowan (Joseph Rock's)
Rowan (Kashmir)
Rowan (Khumbuensis)
Rowan (Vilmorin's)
Rush (Sharp-Flowered)
Safflower
Saltmarsh-grass (Common)
petals of Sea-Lavender (Wavyleaf)
Sedge (Dwarf)
Solomon's-Seal (Angular)
Sorrel (Mountain)
Sowbread
Stork's-bill (Sea)
Sundew (Great)
Sundew (Round-Leaved)
Thimbleberry
Viburnum (Wrinkled)
Vine (Grape)
Virginia-Creeper (False)
Water-Dropwort (Fine-Leaved)
Water-Pepper (Least)
Water-Milfoil (Alternate)
Water-Milfoil (Spiked)
Waterweed (Curly)
 
THE BARK OF:
Cherry (Cornelian)
Palm (Cabbage)
Fir (Flaky)
Larch (Dahurian)
Laurel (Portugal) [Tree]
 
THE LEAVES OF:
Ash Tree
Clover (Suffocated)
Everlasting-Pea (Narrow-Leaved)
Garlic (Field)
Hutchinsia
Leek
Meadow-Rue (Alpine)
Carrot (Moon)
Mustard (White)
Poppy (Prickly)
Radish (Wild)
Ramping-Fumitory (Western)
Vetchling (Grass)
Water-Milfoil (Spiked)
Witch-Hazel (Chinese)
 
THE SPORES OF:
Bladder-Fern (Brittle)
Fern (Hard)
Fern (Lemon-Scented)
Spleenwort (Green)
 
THE SEEDS / PODS OF:
Ash (Manna)
Ash Tree (female)
Artichoke (Globe)
Avens (Mountain)
Bedstraw (Marsh)
Bedstraw (Heath)
Bedstraw (Lady's)
Bedstraw (Limestone)
Charlock
Everlasting-Pea (Narrow-Leaved)
Everlasting-Pea (Two-Flowered)
Hellebore (Green)
Honewort
Leek
Mustard (Tower)
Oak (Pedunculate)
Radish (Wild)
Stock (Sea)
Vetchling (Grass)
Water-Dropwort (Fine-Leaved)
Water-Parsnip (Lesser)
Winter-cress
 
THE PAPPUS / PARACHUTES OF:
Artichoke (Globe)
Beggarticks
Bulrush
Bulrush (Lesser)
Bur-Marigold (London)
Bur-Marigold (Nodding)
 
FOR DIOECIOUS PLANTS
male photos required:
 
FOR DIOECIOUS PLANTS
female photos required:
Honewort
 
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