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Pla Nts Collection

Exploring the enchanting world of plants: from Mushrooms Larousse 1913 to Hortensia, each species holds its own beauty and secrets

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Mushrooms Larousse 1913

Mushrooms Larousse 1913
A large number of mushroom varieties, with helpful information on which ones are edible, poisonous, or suspect

Background imagePla Nts Collection: London Pride & Gold. Rod

London Pride & Gold. Rod
SAXIFRAGA URBIUM (LONDON PRIDE) and SOLIDAGO VIRGAUREA (GOLDEN ROD) depicted with various butterflies

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Wardian case with plants

Wardian case with plants
A Wardian case, containing several plants

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Estuary of the River Avon, Bantham, Bigbury on Sea, Devon, England, United Kingdom

Estuary of the River Avon, Bantham, Bigbury on Sea, Devon, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Countryside Flowers and Butterflies

Countryside Flowers and Butterflies
Red Admiral and Peacock Butterflies amid a mass of vegetation including berries, rosehips, ivy and holly

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Plants / Humulus Lupulus

Plants / Humulus Lupulus
HOP

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Poisonous Plants

Poisonous Plants
Deadly Nightshade (Atropa Belladonna); Thorn Apple (Datura Stramonium); Henbane (Hyoscyamus Niger); Mezereon (Daphne Mezereum); Fools Parsley (Aethusa Cynapium);

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Plants / Atropa Belladonna

Plants / Atropa Belladonna
DEADLY NIGHTSHADE

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Plants / Galanthus Nivalis

Plants / Galanthus Nivalis
Snowdrop Depicted with Leucajum Aestivum : Snowflake

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Camellia Sinensis (Tea)

Camellia Sinensis (Tea)
or THEA SINENSIS branch of a TEA PLANT

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Galanthus Cluster

Galanthus Cluster
a cluster of living SNOWDROPS (one of many species)

Background imagePla Nts Collection: English oak (Quercus robur) acorns

English oak (Quercus robur) acorns. Acorns forming on an English oak tree. This tree is also known as the pedunculate oak. Acorns are the fruit of the oak tree

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Vascular bundle, SEM

Vascular bundle, SEM
Vascular bundle. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a section through a vascular bundle from a rootlet of a dicotyledon plant

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Geranium anther, SEM

Geranium anther, SEM
Geranium anther. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of pollen (pink) on the anther of a geranium flower (Geranium sp.)

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) adult, close-up of head, feeding on leaves in eucalyptus tree

Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) adult, close-up of head, feeding on leaves in eucalyptus tree, Australia

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Gardens at Gravetye Manor, near East Grinstead, Sussex

Gardens at Gravetye Manor, near East Grinstead, Sussex
View of the gardens at Gravetye Manor, near East Grinstead, West Sussex, showing daffodils growing in the foreground, and the Elizabethan manor house in the background

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Hamemalis Mollis (Witch Hazel)

Hamemalis Mollis (Witch Hazel)
Hamemalis (or Hamamelis) Mollis (Witch Hazel), a large shrub or small tree of the Hamamelidaceae family, native to areas of China

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Plants / Algae

Plants / Algae
FRESH-WATER ALGAE various species

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Plants / Primula Auricula

Plants / Primula Auricula
BEARs EAR (from the shape of its leaves) variants Gem and King of the crimsons

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Dock Leaves and Other Flowers - James Sillett

Dock Leaves and Other Flowers - James Sillett
Oil on Canvas 57.8 x 49.5

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Tropical plant and orchid house

Tropical plant and orchid house
Cross-section view of a tropical plant and orchid house

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Lime tree stem, light micrograph

Lime tree stem, light micrograph
Lime tree stem. Light micrograph of a section through the stem of a lime tree (Tilia europaea). The outer epidermis has been shed and replaced by a layer of cork (dark red)

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Pollen grains, SEM

Pollen grains, SEM
Pollen grains. Coloured scanning electron micrographs (SEM) of pollen grains from a variety of plants

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Twinflower (Linnaea borealis)

Twinflower (Linnaea borealis). This woodland flower is found in cool and moist forests across northern Europe and other temperate-to-arctic (boreal) regions

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Brussels sprouts (Brassica oleracea)

Brussels sprouts (Brassica oleracea) on a wooden surface

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Hellebore flowers

Hellebore flowers (Helleborus sp.). This plant is poisonous, but preparations made from it have been used in herbal medicine for centuries

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Tea plant

Tea plant (Camellia sinensis), historical artwork. The buds and young leaves of the tea plant are dried and used make the beverage known as tea

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Cloudberry (Rubus chamaemorus)

Cloudberry (Rubus chamaemorus)
Cloudberry fruit (Rubus chamaemorus)

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Connaught Gardens at Sidmouth, East Devon

Connaught Gardens at Sidmouth, East Devon
View of Connaught Gardens at Sidmouth, East Devon, with an array of flowers in flowerbeds, with trees in the background. The gardens were named after the Duke of Connaught

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Rosa Banksiae Lutea (Lady Banks Rose)

Rosa Banksiae Lutea (Lady Banks Rose), of the Rosaceae family, native to China. It has white or pale yellow flowers. Lady Banks, after whom this rose was named

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Kerria Japonica (Japanese Yellow Rose)

Kerria Japonica (Japanese Yellow Rose), a shrub of the Rosaceae family with bright yellow flowers, native to China, Japan and Korea

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Cattleya Trianae Mrs Phillips

Cattleya Trianae Mrs Phillips, also known as Flor de Mayo (May Flower) or Christmas Orchid (Orchidaceae family), with pink, purple and yellow colouring

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Moroccan Harem

Moroccan Harem - three women of the Harem seated on a fine carpet with a young child and surrounded with lush plants and octagonal Mother-of-pearl inlaid table and comfortable cushions

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Ceres / Demeter Crane 1889

Ceres / Demeter Crane 1889
CORN PERSONIFIED - WHEAT (triticum) - BARLEY (hordium) - RYE (secale cereale)

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Caswell Bay, Gowergower (rr)

Caswell Bay, Gowergower (rr)
Andrew Davies / SpecialistStock

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Saint Clare

Saint Clare
CLARE OF ASSISI tending to plants

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Woman & Aspidistra Photo

Woman & Aspidistra Photo
A woman in an enormous hat festooned with plumes & fabric sits in the garden outside her door. She rests her arm upon a small, 3 legged table on which stands an aspidistra in a pot

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Poisonous Plants

Poisonous Plants
Water Hemlock (Cicuta Virosa); Conium Maculatum; Digitalis Purpurea; Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia Cyparissias); Pasque Flower (Anemone Pulsatilla); Autumn Crocus

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Flowers of July & August

Flowers of July & August
Flowers of July and August

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Crocus and Snowdrops

Crocus and Snowdrops
Colchicum (Crocus) and Galanthus (Snowdrop)

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Plants / Dianthus Barbatus

Plants / Dianthus Barbatus
Sweet William, or Bearded Pink

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Plants / Campanula Medium

Plants / Campanula Medium
CANTERBURY BELL

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Plants / Papaver Rhoeas

Plants / Papaver Rhoeas
Corn Poppy, or Corn Rose Poppy, or Field Poppy

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Plants / Papaver Rhoeas

Plants / Papaver Rhoeas
Corn or Field Poppy

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Easter cactus stigma, SEM

Easter cactus stigma, SEM
Easter cactus stigma. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the stigma (pink) and style (green) of an Easter cactus flower (Rhipsalidopsis gaertneri)

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Himalayan poppy (Meconopsis grandis)

Himalayan poppy (Meconopsis grandis)
Himalayan poppy flowers (Meconopsis grandis)

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Jardin Majorelle, Marrakech, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Jardin Majorelle, Marrakech, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imagePla Nts Collection: Plants / Triticum Vulgare

Plants / Triticum Vulgare
EARS OF WHEAT



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Exploring the enchanting world of plants: from Mushrooms Larousse 1913 to Hortensia, each species holds its own beauty and secrets. 🌿✨ Discover the fascinating Humulus Lupulus, known for its use in brewing beer, or admire the delicate London Pride & Gold Rod that adds a touch of elegance to any garden. 🌸🦋 Immerse yourself in the picturesque countryside adorned with vibrant flowers and fluttering butterflies at the Estuary of River Avon in Devon, England. 🌼🦋 Indulge your taste buds with the luscious Strawberry Wilmots Superb or marvel at a Wardian case filled with an array of captivating plants. Step into The Main Borders at Harlow Carr and witness Geranium variet's stunning colors stealing the show. And don't forget about Hamemalis Mollis (Witch Hazel), which bewitches us with its mystical allure. But beware. Alongside their beauty lies a dark side - explore Poisonous Plants cautiously as they hold both danger and intrigue.