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Trees and Shrubs
Fruits
Vegetables
Miscellaneous

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Latin Names: Plants

Flowers (and decorative plants)

Alcea rosea Click to show or hide the answer
Alchemilla mollis Click to show or hide the answer
Araucaria araucana Click to show or hide the answer
Artemisia absinthium Click to show or hide the answer
Bellis perennis Click to show or hide the answer
Calendula Click to show or hide the answer
Chlorophytum comosum Click to show or hide the answer
Convallaria majalis (renowned for its fragrant flowers) Click to show or hide the answer
Dianthus caryophyllus Click to show or hide the answer
Dianthus plumarius Click to show or hide the answer
Dianthus barbatus Click to show or hide the answer
Digitalis purpurea Click to show or hide the answer
Euphorbia pulcherrima Click to show or hide the answer
Ficus elastica Click to show or hide the answer
Galanthus nivialis Click to show or hide the answer
Helianthus annuus Click to show or hide the answer
Helleborus niger Click to show or hide the answer
Hyacinthoides non-scripta Click to show or hide the answer
Impatiens Click to show or hide the answer
Laurus nobilis Click to show or hide the answer
Leotopodium alpinum Click to show or hide the answer
Lonicera periclymenum Click to show or hide the answer
Monstera deliciosa Click to show or hide the answer
Myosotis (genus) Click to show or hide the answer
Nepeta cataria Click to show or hide the answer
Nymphaea Click to show or hide the answer
Olea europaea Click to show or hide the answer
Primula vulgaris Click to show or hide the answer
Primula veris Click to show or hide the answer
Ranunculus acris Click to show or hide the answer
Ranunculus ficaria Click to show or hide the answer
Sansevieria trifasciata Click to show or hide the answer
Taraxacum officinale Click to show or hide the answer
Urtica dioica Click to show or hide the answer

Trees and Shrubs

Acer pseudoplatanus Click to show or hide the answer
Acer rubrum Click to show or hide the answer
Aesculus hippocastanum Click to show or hide the answer
Araucaria araucana Click to show or hide the answer
Betula pendula Click to show or hide the answer
Camellia sinensis Click to show or hide the answer
Castanea sativa Click to show or hide the answer
Cotinus Click to show or hide the answer
Fagus sylvatica Click to show or hide the answer
Fraxinus excelsior Click to show or hide the answer
Gossypium Click to show or hide the answer
Hedera helix Click to show or hide the answer
Ilex aquifolium Click to show or hide the answer
Juglans regis Click to show or hide the answer
Larix decidua Click to show or hide the answer
Laurus nobilis Click to show or hide the answer
Liriodendron Click to show or hide the answer
Nicotiana tabacum Click to show or hide the answer
Olea europaea Click to show or hide the answer
Picea abies Click to show or hide the answer
Quercus robur Click to show or hide the answer
Salix babylonica Click to show or hide the answer
Sambucus (but not used to make sambuca!) Click to show or hide the answer
Sorbus aucuparia Click to show or hide the answer
Taxus baccata Click to show or hide the answer
Tilia Click to show or hide the answer
Ulmus procera Click to show or hide the answer
Viscum album Click to show or hide the answer
Yucca brevifolia Click to show or hide the answer

Fruits

Ananas comosus Click to show or hide the answer
Citrus paradisi Click to show or hide the answer
Citrus reticulata Click to show or hide the answer
Fragaria x ananassa (the x means it's a hybrid) Click to show or hide the answer
Malus domestica (a.k.a. Malus pumila) Click to show or hide the answer
Solanum lycopersicum (synonym Lycopersicum esculentum) Click to show or hide the answer
Prunus armeniaca Click to show or hide the answer
Prunus domestica Click to show or hide the answer
Prunus lusitanica (a species of cherry, rarely eaten) Click to show or hide the answer
Prunus persica Click to show or hide the answer
Punica granatum Click to show or hide the answer
Ribes nigrum Click to show or hide the answer
Ribes uva-crispa, Ribes grossularia, or Ribes hirtellum Click to show or hide the answer

Vegetables

Allium cepa Click to show or hide the answer
Allium sativa Click to show or hide the answer
Allium schoenoprasum (SHERN-o-pra-zum) Click to show or hide the answer
Amoracia rusticana Click to show or hide the answer
Beta vulgaris Click to show or hide the answer
Brassica oleracca Click to show or hide the answer
Brassica rapa Click to show or hide the answer
Nasturtium officinale Click to show or hide the answer
Oryza sativa (Asian) or oryza glaberrima (African) Click to show or hide the answer
Petroselinum crispum Click to show or hide the answer
Pisum sativum Click to show or hide the answer
Salvia officianalis Click to show or hide the answer
Solanum lycoperspicum Click to show or hide the answer
Solanum tuberosum Click to show or hide the answer

Miscellaneous

Amanita muscaria Click for more information Click to show or hide the answer
Serpula lacrymans Click to show or hide the answer

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