Pictures of adorable french brittany puppies in front of flowers.

So you think you want to get a cute French Brittany puppy… Don’t worry we all start somewhere and obviously some of us are more prepared than others to deal with raising a cute French Brittany puppy. Once upon a time I was a first time French Brittany owner too. What we care about most at Home and field dogs, is helping to ensure you have a positive experience with your first French Brittany puppy, or any other French Brittany puppy for that matter. Much of the success you have with your future French Brittany puppy will be in the preparation you make before you get your French Brittany puppy. After your French Brittany puppy arrives, or your older trained French Brittany, success is ensured by consistent and fair rules and boundaries, close interaction and bond, and a clear training goal and plan to get there. We all start our desire of getting a French Brittany puppy with the idea of a well trained French Brittany being the end. It is important to start with that end goal in mind (see 7 habits of highly effective people), but you will also need a plan to get you there. As the Clich茅 has often stated, if you fail to plan you plan to fail. With dog training things happen so fast that if you have not planned ahead of time how to react to something your French Brittany may do, it will be too late when it finally happens. So lets start with a written checklist, something tangible you can print and check off as a primer to your written training plan.

    The first things you will need to decide prior to the arrival of your French Brittany puppy, are simple things like:

    Where will the French Brittany puppy sleep? Is your French Brittany puppy going to be allowed to sleep on the bed as a full grown dog? If not do not make the mistake of letting your French Brittany puppy sleep on the bed while young. Your French Brittany puppy will not be able to understand why one day it is allowed and the next it is not. The same hold true for furniture, no French Brittany puppies on couches if the adult French Brittany will not be allowed on the couch. It is all part of being fair and consistent with your French Brittany. Will your French Brittany puppy sleep in crate for housetraining or be on a leash close by? Here is a link to Housetraining your French Brittany. Is the French Brittany puppy going to have a bed or crate in the bedroom? If so steel your nerves for some long nights just as with children 馃檪 It is easier to get through if you expect what is coming and realize it doesn’t last a long if you don’t give in. Like my uncle always said, deaf people鈥檚 kids don’t cry. There is no reward, they have to seek other ways to get attention. Your French Brittany puppy will quickly learn as well that you don’t respond to barking, howling and whining if you don’t give in. With really persistent barkers it is wise to put the crate as far away from your room as possible, and be sure to reward the French Brittany puppy by letting them out when they are quiet. Your French Brittany puppy will not be able to go all night without going out for a bathroom break, so set an alarm at age appropriate intervals, wait for a quiet moment and take the French Brittany puppy out to the designated Potty spot.

Where will the French Brittany puppy go to the bathroom? One of the most useful things to teach your French Brittany is to only use one spot for Potty duties. This is easy to teach your French Brittany if you start from the first moment and remain consistent. Pick a spot in the yard that will be easy to clean, easy to access in all weather and at all times of day. Every time you take the French Brittany out to Potty take them to that spot and don’t let them stray from it. If they happen to poop somewhere else in the yard pick it up and take it to the Potty spot until they get an understanding of that being the place to go. It makes cleanup much easier and allows people to share the yard with less risk of French Brittany mines 馃檪

 Where will the French Brittany be allowed to play? Keep in mind that female French Brittanys when the pee will create brown spots on the lawn, hence the above suggestion of a designated spot. Also a lot of dog traffic can quickly damage lawns. Unattended French Brittanys that are bored will find neat games to entertain themselves such as “Dig a Den” or “excavate the irrigation system” or “prune the trees/shrubs/flowers with my teeth” See your French Brittany really believes it is doing something beneficial, they want to be doing something so we need to direct our French Brittany puppies and dogs or allow the natural consequences to follow. This hold true indoors for our French Brittanys as wee with cords, base boards, furniture, stuffed animals, etc. There is a legitimate need for our French Brittany puppies to chew so it is important to set boundaries on where, when and what.

Where will the French Brittany puppy be forbidden? Many people have off limits areas or things where they will not want the French Brittany puppy to be. If you have such things or places in your home, it is important to prepare ahead of time. For example at my house toilets are part of the forbidden areas, so I leave bathroom doors closed. Furniture is forbidden in our home, so the French Brittanys have comfortable dog beds to sleep on as an alternative. Also my wife wants the dogs to stay out of her craft room, so the door remains closed. In the kitchen dogs are not allowed on counters, in the fridge or cupboards or on the dining room table. This takes training boundaries as well as giving your French Brittanys an opportunity to be successful by not leaving steaks out on the counter while you run to the store for example. How many of us resist similar temptations? I love my French Brittanys as much as anyone, but at the end of the day they are dogs, and I am a person. French Brittanys don’t think and reason the same way that we do and do not have ethics and morals to guide their actions and thoughts. They are driven by instinct and trained behavior. Give your French Brittany the opportunity to be successful by teaching them what you expect from them, as well as having realistic expectations understanding they are dogs not people. Most importantly understand that they are no machines. Most of the frustrated French Brittany owner calls I get both from people with our Champion bred French Brittanys as well as people who bought a French Brittany puppy from a pet store or breeder who won’t answer their calls and questions, all are in regard to the idea that they don’t have a remote control for their French Brittany. Even if we sell a trained adult French Brittany Pinscher it is still a living animal that does not always sit perfectly when you tell it to for as long as you tell it to. Do your kids do that? Do you do that when people tell you what to do? Please remember your French Brittany puppy is a living animal the same as you are and learning is a lifelong process for them the same as it is for you. Be fair and realistic in your expectations and you have a formula for success with your French Brittany puppy.

What toys will the French Brittany be allowed? Again our French Brittany puppies have a need to chew while they are teething, and our French Brittanys have a need throughout their lives to chew to keep their teeth clean, so it is important to give them things they are allowed to chew on, that they want to chew on. I prefer natural bones such as Bovine femurs and knuckle bones. Get them straight from the butcher with meat, fat and connective tissue still attached. Plan a place for the chewing that is easy to cleanup. The tissue on the bone helps clean teeth and is a good food source. It is important to get bones that are too big to ingest, and that have not been cooked, sterilized or heat treated in any way. This makes the bones brittle and your puppy can chew them up. The sharp fragments that get ingested can really run up a vet bill. Never give any type of poultry bone, they are hollow and splinter very easily.. I am anti Rawhide because it is basically leather and teaches the French Brittany that leather makes a good chew toy. That is something I don’t want my French Brittany to get into their head at all. Rawhide causes digestive upset  as well, and the chipped/compressed rawhide can cause blockages when they take a big drink after chewing it up. When you think about it, French Brittanys consider “toys” anything they can chew/tug etc since that is how they experiment with their world. They like to eat, and they like to chew, but they don’t consider things like a chess set a toy, unless they are eating it of course. Consider that when purchasing toys. I also separate toys from training tools. The motivational things I use to train my French Brittanys, such as floppy Frisbees, Linen tugs, or Orbee balls are things that I turn into the most fun objects on earth, but they are only fun, when I am part of the game, and they are only part of the game when we are training. Then they get put away until the next training session. French Brittanys that are allowed to self reward themselves with many toys any time they choose, seldom see the need to work for you when you want them to work. So it is important to give them enough entertainment that they are not bored, but not so much that your French Brittany no longer needs you to be entertained

What is your French Brittany puppy going to eat? This is a months long discussion in itself as there are so many opinion on nutrition and diet. Lets cover the first one with which no one has an argument. French Brittany puppies need fresh clean water. I do know people that only give their French Brittany puppies bottled water, and depending on the quality of water where you live, this might be realistic. The point is they will need access to fresh clean water as the most important nutrient in their diet. When trying to housetrain your French Brittany puppy when you offer water has a lot to do with the success of your training, but common sense dictates that when your French Brittany is working/playing their intake requirement is increased and when the weather is warmer it increases as well. Do not forget that water freezes in many parts of the country in winter, and licking ice or eating snow are not a substitute for fresh clean drinking water. It takes the body more energy to melt ice and snow than the body gets in return. When it comes to feed there are so many opinions and most are very strongly held. I will share mine, and understand it as that, it is just my educated opinion based on what I have studied over the years as well as what I have tried, and learning from my own mistakes as well as the mistakes of others. It is a given that most everyone you talk to about French Brittany nutrition is going to disagree with me and with each other. Especially your Vet. Vets often sell Dog food as a profit center for the clinic, so obviously they want you to buy the food they sell They are also in the business of selling surgery, medication, vaccinations etc. So keep that in mind anytime they make any recommendations to you unless your lucky enough to have honest and qualified vets like mine. I have a relationship of trust with my vets, they trust me and I trust them and we work together for the best interest of my French Brittanys. My philosophy on French Brittany nutrition comes from the basic belief that although French Brittanys are limited omnivores, they are primarily carnivores. I only relented to the idea that they were limited omnivores instead of carnivores that happened upon vegetative matter with study done on mastication (chewing). Carnivores masticate up and down to rip and tear their food, and herbivores (vegetarians) masticate side to side to grind their food. The dogs jaw moves principally up and down to bite and tear at meat products, but has some side to side movement. This doesn’t mean the French Brittany runs into the corn field to eat corn, the French Brittany runs into the cornfield to eat the pheasants that have been eating the corn. In the process of eating the bird (whole mind you if caught live, or in pieces from a carcass) they get some corn and vegetative matter that was in the system of the bird. The French Brittany is metabolically set up to digest and utilize some of these nutrients, but the French Brittany does not need a lot of Carbohydrate since they can metabolize fat and protein directly to energy quite efficiently unlike us humans that need Carbs for quick energy. Although I still believe God created me as a carnivore but that is another discussion 馃檪 The important thing to understand about that is that Plant based products are cheap to put into mass made kibble, whereas meat based proteins and fats are expensive. This is why “Cheap” foods can not be nutritionally complete, and good foods can not be cheap. Basically anything you can buy in a grocery store or big box type store, is not going to be the best diet. It does not mean the dog won’t survive eating it (although those types of foods have the highest recall rate) it means the dog won’t thrive on those diets. My dogs have a high energy requirement (remember this means energy from protein and fat) because of the work they do in training and our performance venues. For my dogs I have to feed diets very high in fat and protein, but the protein has to come from animal products, not green beans for example. The Diet that I used to feed and recommend was Royal Canin. Let me be clear that I no longer feed or recommend Royal Canin. Since they were bought by Mars Corporation here in America (In Europe it is still a quality diet) they have continuously reformulated making a lower quality diet, and raising the price. After numerous calls from our puppy owners who were having problems with loose stools, food related allergies, poor absorption, and seeing problems in some of our own dogs, we went looking again for the best option for both us and our puppy owners. We also no longer feed nor recommend Purina Proplan since the last reformulation. We began having dogs with GI tract upset and our puppy owners called to report the same issues. We also saw n increase in other health issues. After looking through everything out there, along with our requirements in both a diet and a company. We now feed and recommend  Life’s Abundance All of our puppies are raised and weaned on this diet.

There are other good diets out there, and there are a lot of really bad ones. You need to balance your French Brittanys Nutritional requirements with available feeds and budget and find a program that works for you. Keep in mind our French Brittany puppy health guarantee is only valid if you feed an approved feed, so if you are luck enough to have one of our outstanding French Brittanys, consult with us before choosing a feed. I am also a believer that we don’t give wet food to dogs (softened food for young French Brittany puppies being an exception) Canned foods and wet foods generally have a high sodium content, and you are paying a lot of money for water. The worst however is that the wet foods stick to their teeth causing all kinds of Dental problems. They do not need wet food, and it is not good for them. The other important factor in feeding is how often and how much. How often is dictated by the nutrient requirement of your French Brittany, and the available nutrients in the feed. You need to feed your French Brittany enough that you can feel their ribs when running your hand down their side, but you should not be able to see them when your French Brittany is standing freely. When they are skinny feed them some more, and when your French Brittany is overweight work them some more and reduce their calorie intake. Obesity in a French Brittany can cause problems in other areas such as Heart, and kidneys. French Brittanys are deep chested dogs, and therefore prone to Gastric Torsions. You want to break up their feeding into at least two meals a day, and limit their activity after a meal to prevent this. Just like not swimming right after you eat 馃檪

Here is one of the best supplements you can have on hand for your French Brittany. When French Brittanys get the Runs, the first thing I do is start the Forti-Flora and we are amazed at the positive results. Also if given prior to stressful events such as shows, trials etc, we can also eliminate stress related diarrhea. It has been shown to be beneficial in treatment of autoimmune disorders, allergies, and failure to thrive.

Purina Veterinary Diets Fortiflora Canine, 30 Sachets Per Box   http://www.amazon.com/Purina-Veterinary-Diets-Fortiflora-Sachets/dp/B001650NNW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1332351251&sr=8-1 Top of Form Ingredients (Dry) Animal digest, Enterococcus faecium, L-ascorbyl- 2-polyphosphate (source of Vitamin C), Vitamin E supplement, zinc proteinate, beta-Carotene, salt, manganese proteinate, ferrous sulfate, copper proteinate, calcium iodate, sodium selenite. C-4582 C-4582 Contains a source of live (viable) naturally occurring microorganisms. *Guaranteed to survive the G.I Tract of the Animal   Dietary Considerations FortiFlora is a nutritional supplement for dogs and has been formulated to achieve the following characteristics:
  Contains a special strain of probiotic that has been proven to promote intestinal health and balance Contains a guaranteed amount of live active cultures Promotes a healthy immune system Contains high levels of antioxidant Vitamins A, E, and C Excellent palatability Proprietary mircoencapsulation process for enhanced stability
  Shown to be safe for use in dogs
  How does FortiFlora work? FortiFlora may help nutritionally manage dogs with diarrhea in many situations, including:   Stressful situations such as boarding or change in home environment Diet change or consumption of inappropriate foods Soft stool in puppies Antibiotic therapy
  Ask your veterinarian how FortiFlora can help your dog鈥檚 diarrhea. Bottom of Form  

What will your French Brittany puppy be allowed to Eat and drink out of? I prefer stainless steel food and water bowls for my French Brittanys because they are very sturdy and durable as well as easy to clean and sterilize. Many people use Dishwasher safe plastic bowls for their French Brittany puppies, but these can be chewed. I also prefer the type of stainless bowls that can’t be tipped over by a young and playful French Brittany Puppy. If you have had a French Brittany in the past, you will also realize why I only offer water to my French Brittanys outside. It is amazing the amount of water a French Brittany can hold in it’s cheeks as it walks away from the water bowl until it finds your lap, or important papers or other such things 馃檪

Who will you use for Veterinary care? Let me start by saying one Vet is never enough. You do need to have a primary Vet for all the stuff that can be scheduled and put on a calendar when it works for both of you, but you also need to have a Vet for Emergencies or for when you can’t get to your regular Vet. As I stated earlier, it is important to have a good working relationship with your Vet, and a relationship that is based on trust. Don’t just take your French Brittany puppy anywhere, ask around for referrals, take time to meet the Vet personally as well as their staff. Make sure you feel comfortable with their clinic, their qualifications and their staff. Sometimes the best clinic in the world may be ruined by a bad receptionist or technician. Make sure the Vet you choose is familiar with French Brittanys specifically and the ailments and diseases that are common with them. Be sure to ask a lot of questions and avoid Vets that are put off by your questions, this is your French Brittany not theirs, and you need someone who understands that you want to be involved in the process. You should also consider pet health insurance for your new French Brittany, plans can be really affordable, really focus on prevention for overall good health and can reduce your overall financial burden for health care especially in emergencies.

Introducing your French Brittany to your home. Do you have other pets in the home? If you do remember they were there before the new French Brittany came and they may not be as anxious for the new French Brittany as you are. You are essentially bringing a stranger in to their home. For other dogs in the home, I recommend letting the existing dog meet your new French Brittany at a Neutral area such as a park (only if you can ensure no sick dogs have been there) and then after a period of play they can come home together and it is more like a friend coming home for a sleepover (that never leaves lol!) instead of an intruder into the pack. If you are trying to get your new French Brittany to get along with cats, you need to understand some fundamental things. Cats are a prey object to dogs. French Brittanys have it hard wired in their DNA. All of their carnal and primal makeup is that cats are food for dogs. When you understand that, you see the importance of never letting the cat run away from the dog one time, or the primal switch is activated and a pattern begins that is not easily broken. You can never allow the French Brittany to chase the cat indoors or out. The method I recommend sounds harsh, but is quite effective. The only time a cat will ever fight a dog is when it can not get away. I prefer to introduce French Brittanys to cats in a place the cat can not run away. I lock all of us in the bathroom. If the puppy is too curious and overbearing, the cat is going to fight back, and a young French Brittany puppy is no match for a scared adult cat. Of course this sets up an adversarial relationship, but it is better than the cat being on the menu. With a good cat and good supervision with your French Brittany puppy the introduction can go quite well and the two may become fast friends. With people in the home, it is important not to overwhelm your French Brittany all at once. Remember everything is brand new to them, new smells, new colors, new arrangements, new people, there is nothing familiar to them and they were just taken from their mom and siblings. Give them some space and be patient, let them check out the new family members by allowing the French Brittany to go smell the people instead of being overwhelmed with ten hands chasing after them for a chance to pet the new French Brittany. I prefer to lead the new French Brittany through house room by room and let the puppy explore new things. This way I am still in control and I am still the leader. Again because I want the new French Brittany to be successful, I don’t give them free reign of the house yet. They are allowed into the home from “safe areas” that I have created a little at a time as they gain my trust and respect my boundaries.

Is your home French Brittany puppy proofed? As stated above, we want to give our French Brittanys every possible chance of success in the home. This includes realizing that puppies are going to go through housetraining stages. There will be accidents in the house as the puppy learns, but you can choose where they are so they can be easier to clean up and take care of. French Brittany puppies are going to go through teething. It is natural, they have to chew. If you don’t want things chewed up, supervise the puppy and help them understand what they can chew on. put things out of the way or out of reach that you don’t want chewed up. Keep things that would be dangerous to your French Brittany puppy away from them such as cleaners and other chemicals, and cords. Get down on the floor and see how different things look from down there, and you will have the perspective a French Brittany puppy may have. You will see things that look enticing that you would not have thought of before.

Thousands of dogs and cats needlessly suffer and many die each year by accidental ingestion of household poisons, including pesticides, popular houseplants, medications and common foods. The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, the only animal poison control center in North America offers advice to pet owners about the many household products that can be dangerous and even deadly to their four-legged family member.

Mothballs, potpourri oils, coffee grounds, homemade play dough, fabric softener sheets, dishwashing detergent, batteries, cigarettes, alcoholic drinks, pennies and hand and foot warmers could be dangerous for your pet. Keep all prescription and over-the-counter medications out of your pets’ reach, preferably in closed/locked cabinets above the counter. Painkillers, cold medicines, antidepressants, vitamins and diet pills can be lethal to animals, even in small doses. Read all of the information on the label before using a product on your pet or in your home.  If a product is for use only on dogs, it should never be used on cats; if a product is for use only on cats, it should never be used on dogs. Be aware of the plants you have in your home and yard. The ingestion of azalea, oleander, sago palm or yew plant material by your pet can be fatal.  Easter lily, day lily, tiger lily and some other lily species can cause kidney failure in cats.  Make sure your pets do not go on lawns or in gardens treated with fertilizers, herbicides or insecticides until they have dried completely. Always store such products in areas that are inaccessible to your pets. If you are uncertain about the usage of any product, ask the manufacturer and/or your veterinarian for instructions. Be alert for antifreeze/coolant leaking from your vehicle. Animals are attracted to the sweet taste and ingesting just a small amount can cause an animal’s death.  Consider using animal-friendly products that use propylene glycol rather than those containing ethylene glycol. When using rat, mouse, snail or slug baits, or ant or roach traps, place the products in areas that are inaccessible to your pet. Some bait contains sweet smelling inert ingredients, such as jelly, peanut butter or sugar that can attract your pets. 路         Although many people are aware that chocolate is toxic to cats and dogs, it’s something that is commonly left on a table or counter top. Dogs may tear into a box of candy when the opportunity presents itself. In large quantities, chocolate causes coma and death. In lesser quantities, it will cause gastrointestinal problems including diarrhea. The degree of toxicity depends on the weight of the animal and the amount and type of chocolate consumed. Semi-sweet and bakers chocolate, for instance, contain more theobromine than regular chocolate, making them even more toxic to animals. Dogs love chocolate, so don’t let taste be a test of what is healthy. Anything containing cocoa or chocolate should be avoided. 路         Grapes & Raisins: Though it isn’t clear to scientists just what makes grapes and raisins toxic to both cats and dogs, even a relatively small amount can damage the kidneys. For this reason it’s unwise to feed these to your pet, even if small amounts are tolerated. Also avoid giving bits of cookie or other foods that contain raisins. 路         Garlic, Onions, and Powders: Whether fresh, cooked or powdered, garlic and/or onions can be found among the ingredients of many prepared meals, including baby food. Garlic and onions can be toxic to cats and dogs because sulfoxides and disulfides found in them can damage red blood cells and lead to anemia. Onions are more problematic than garlic, but both should be avoided. If preparing a meal for yourself that will contain garlic or onions, consider preparing a side portion without these ingredients for your animals. 路         Macadamia Nuts: Macadamia nuts are soft, light-colored nuts often used in cookie recipes. They are considered toxic to dogs because they tend to cause gastrointestinal upsets, lethargy, vomiting and muscle tremors or stiffness. 路         Mushrooms: Various species of mushrooms are toxic to dogs, and can cause shock and death. Effects will differ depending on the type ingested, but avoid feeding any type. Pluck “backyard mushrooms” that might sprout on the lawn, as these are known to be toxic to canines. 路         Tomatoes and tomato plants: Tomatoes of all kinds are toxic to cats, as are parts of the tomato plant. Ingesting as little as a cherry tomato can cause severe gastrointestinal upset. 路         Chicken Bones: Though not toxic, chicken bones can get stuck in the roof of the mouth, throat and intestines, and should be avoided, according to many veterinarians. Splinters of chicken bones can also become lodged internally. 路         Xylitol: This is a sugar substitute found in many types of candy, chewable vitamins, sugarless baked goods, and in sugarless gums like Trident鈩 and Orbit鈩. As little as three grams (e.g. about five pieces of gum) can kill a 65 pound dog, with smaller dogs succumbing to just one or two sticks. Within 15-30 minutes of ingesting xylitol a dog’s insulin levels will surge and blood sugar levels will drop, resulting in lethargy and loss of balance. Permanent brain damage can occur and without treatment liver failure will result in death within 24 hours. Diabetics that might have sugarless baked goods or other sugarless products in the home should be especially careful to read all ingredients before sharing food. 路         If a dog should ingest a product that contains xylitol call your veterinarian or animal emergency services immediately. You might be instructed to induce vomiting if the dog is already having a reaction or if the office is more than 30 minutes away. Do not leave products containing xylitol within a dog’s reach. 路         Other foods to avoid include raw potatoes, especially those containing green spots; turkey skin; nutmeg; and anything with caffeine, including tea. Alcohol and hops should also be avoided as alcohol poisoning can lead to coma and death. Do not allow your pet to rummage through the trash, as moldy food contains toxins that can cause serious illness. 路         Since many of the signs of toxicity are similar, consult your veterinarian without delay if your pet appears distressed, listless or in pain. Bloody stools or vomiting are also possible signs of toxic poisoning. Gastrointestinal problems can lead to gas build-up until the stomach becomes distended or bloated and hard to the touch. This is a painful condition that can cause the stomach to burst if not treated. The good news is that, in most cases, treatment for toxic poisoning can be successful if administered in time.

You also need to know that there is an animal poison control number you can call, unfortunately they really gouge you on a per minute fee schedule, but they do have good information when you are in a bind. My advice though is always to call the vet first. The number for the call is (888) 426-4435 Have it on the fridge or somewhere handy J Currently their rate is now $60 per call at the time of this writing. Their website can be found here: http://www.aspca.org/  So without calling them first, here are some lists of plants known to be toxic to dogs: Animal Poison Control Toxic Plants This list contains plants that have been reported as having systemic effects on animals and/or intense effects on the gastrointestinal tract. Please note that the information contained in our plant lists is not meant to be all-inclusive, but rather a compilation of the most frequently encountered plants. If you think that your animal is ill or may have ingested a poisonous substance, contact your local veterinarian or our 24-hour emergency poison hotline directly at 1-888-426-4435.

Top of Form Plants Toxic to Dogs Adam-and-Eve (Arum, Lord-and-Ladies, Wake Robin, Starch Root, Bobbins, Cuckoo Plant) | Scientific Name: Arum maculatum | Family: Araceae African Wonder Tree | Scientific Name: Ricinus communis | Alocasia (Elephant’s Ear) | Scientific Name: Alocasia spp. | Family: Araceae Aloe | Scientific Name: Aloe vera | Family: Liliaceae Amaryllis (Many, including: Belladonna lily, Saint Joseph lily, Cape Belladonna, Naked Lady) | Scientific Name: Amaryllis sp. | Family: Amaryllidaceae Ambrosia Mexicana (Jerusalem Oak, Feather Geranium) | Scientific Name: Chenopodium botrys | Family: Chenopodiaceae American Bittersweet (Bittersweet, Waxwork, Shrubby Bittersweet, False Bittersweet, Climbing Bittersweet) | Scientific Name: Celastrus scandens | Family: Celastraceae American Holly (English Holly, European Holly, Oregon Holly, Inkberry, Winterberry) | Scientific Name: Ilex opaca | Family: Aquifoliaceae American Mandrake (Mayapple, Indian Apple Root, Umbrella Leaf, Wild Lemon, Hog Apple, Duck’s Foot, Raccoonberry) | Scientific Name: Podophyllum peltatum | Family: Berberidaceae American Yew | Scientific Name: Taxus canidensus | Family: Taxaceae Andromeda Japonica (Pieris, Lily-of-the-Valley Bush) | Scientific Name: Pieris japonica | Family: Ericaceae Angelica Tree (Hercules’ Club, Devil’s Walking Stick, Prickly Ash, Prickly Elder) | Scientific Name: Aralia spinosa | Family: Araliaceae Apple (Includes crabapples) | Scientific Name: Malus sylvestrus | Family: Rosaceae Apricot (Group also includes Plum, Peach, Cherry) | Scientific Name: Prunus armeniaca | Family: Rosaceae Arrow-Head Vine (Nephthytis, Green Gold Naphthysis, African Evergreen, Trileaf Wonder) | Scientific Name: Syngonium podophyllum | Family: Araceae Arum (Cuckoo-pint, Lord-and-Ladies, Adam-and-Eve, Starch Root, Bobbins, Wake Robin) | Scientific Name: Arum maculatum | Family: Araceae Arum Lily (Calla Lily, Pig Lily, White Arum, Trumpet Lily, Florist’s Calla, Garden Calla) | Scientific Name: Zantedeschia aethiopica | Family: Araceae Asparagus Fern (Asparagus, Emerald Feather, Emerald Fern, Sprengeri Fern, Plumosa Fern, Lace Fern, Racemose Asparagus, Shatavari) | Scientific Name: Asparagus densiflorus cv sprengeri | Family: Liliaceae Australian Ivy Palm (Schefflera, Umbrella Tree, Octopus Tree, Starleaf) | Scientific Name: Brassaia actinophylla | Family: Araliaceae Australian Nut (Macadamia Nut, Queensland Nut) | Scientific Name: Macadamia integrifolia | Family: Proteaceae Australian Pine (Norfolk Pine, House Pine, Norfolk Island Pine) | Scientific Name: Araucaria heterophylla | Family: Araucariaceae Autumn Crocus (Meadow Saffron) | Scientific Name: Colchicum autumnale | Family: Liliaceae Avocado (Alligator Pear) | Scientific Name: Persea americana | Family: Lauraceae Azalea (Rosebay, Rhododendron) | Scientific Name: Rhododendron spp | Family: Ericaceae Baby Doll Ti Plant (Ti-Plant, Good-Luck Plant, Hawaiian Ti Plant) | Scientific Name: Cordyline terminalis | Family: Agavaceae Baby鈥檚 Breath (Maidens Breath) | Scientific Name: Gypsophila elegans | Family: Caryophyllaceae Barbados Aloe (Medicine Plant, True Aloe) | Scientific Name: Aloe barbadensis | Family: Aloaceae Barbados Lily (Amaryllis, Fire Lily, Lily of the Palace, Ridderstjerne) | Scientific Name: Hippeastrum spp. | Family: Amaryllidaceae Barbados Pride (Peacock Flower, Dwarf Poinciana) | Scientific Name: Caesalpinia pulcherrima | Barbados Pride 2 (Bird of Paradise, Poinciana, Brazilwood) | Scientific Name: Poinciana gilliesii | Family: Leguminosae Bead Tree (China Ball Tree, Paradise Tree, Persian Lilac, White Cedar, Japanese Bead Tree, Texas Umbrella Tree, Pride-of-India, Chinaberry Tree) | Scientific Name: Melia azedarach | Family: Meliaceae Begonia (Over 1,000 species and 10,000 hybrids) | Scientific Name: Begonia spp. | Family: Begoniaceae Bergamot Orange (Bergamot, Citrus bergamia) | Scientific Name: Citrus Aurantium | Family: Rutaceae Bird of Paradise (Peacock Flower, Barbados Pride, Poinciana, Pride of Barbados) | Scientific Name: Caesalpinia gilliesii | Family: Leguminosae Bird of Paradise 2 (Peacock Flower, Barbados Pride, Poinciana, Pride of Barbados) | Scientific Name: Poinciana gilliesii | Family: Leguminosae Bird of Paradise Flower (Crane Flower, Bird’s Tongue Flower) | Scientific Name: Strelitzia reginae | Family: Strelitziaceae Bird’s Tongue Flower (Bird of Paradise Flower, Crane Flower) | Scientific Name: Strelitzia reginae | Family: Strelitziaceae Bishop鈥檚 Weed (Greater Ammi, False Queen Anne’s Lace) | Scientific Name: Ammi majus | Family: Apiaceae Bitter Root (Dogbane Hemp, Indian Hemp) | Scientific Name: Apocynum androsaemifolium | Family: Apocynaceae Black Calla (Solomon’s Lily, Wild Calla, Wild Arum) | Scientific Name: Arum palestinum | Family: Araceae Black Laurel (Dog Hobble, Dog Laurel, Fetter Bush, Sierra Laurel) | Scientific Name: Leucothoe davisiae | Family: Ericaceae Black Nightshade (Nightshade, Deadly Nightshade) | Scientific Name: Solanum nigrum | Family: Solanaceae Black Walnut | Scientific Name: Juglans nigra | Family: Juglandaceae Bobbins (Arum, Lord-and-Ladies, Adam-and-Eve, Starch Root, Wake Robin, Cuckoo Plant) | Scientific Name: Arum maculatum | Family: Araceae Boxwood | Scientific Name: Buxus sp. | Family: Buxaceae Branching Ivy (English Ivy, Glacier Ivy, Needlepoint Ivy, Sweetheart Ivy, California Ivy) | Scientific Name: Hedera helix | Family: Araliaceae Brazilwood (Bird of Paradise, Poinciana, Barbados Pride) | Scientific Name: Poinciana gilliesii | Family: Leguminosae Bread and Butter Plant (Indian Borage, Spanish Thyme, Coleus, Maratha, Militini, East Indian Thyme) | Scientific Name: Coleus ampoinicus | Family: Labiatae Brunfelsia (Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, Kiss-Me-Quick, Lady-of-the-Night, Fransiscan Rain Tree) | Scientific Name: Brunfelsia species | Family: Solanaceae Buckeye (Horse Chestnut) | Scientific Name: Aesculus spp | Family: Hippocastanaceae Buckwheat | Scientific Name: Fagopyrum species | Family: Polygonaceae Buddhist Pine (Yew Pine, Japanese Yew, Southern Yew, Podocarpus) | Scientific Name: Podocarpus macrophylla | Family: Podocarpaceae Burning Bush (Wahoo, Spindle Tree) | Scientific Name: Euonymus atropurpurea | Family: Celastraceae Buttercup (Butter Cress, Figwort) | Scientific Name: Ranunculus sp. | Family: Ranunculaceae Caladium (Malanga, Elephant’s Ears, Stoplight, Seagull, Mother-in-law Plant, Pink Cloud, Texas Wonder, Angel-Wings, Exposition, Candidum, Fancy-leaved Caladium) | Scientific Name: Caladium hortulanum | Family: Araceae Calamondin Orange | Scientific Name: Citrus mitis | Family: Rutaceae California Ivy (Branching Ivy, Glacier Ivy, Needlepoint Ivy, Sweetheart Ivy, English Ivy) | Scientific Name: Hedera helix | Family: Araliaceae Calla Lily (Calla Lily, Pig Lily, White Arum, Trumpet Lily, Florist’s Calla, Garden Calla, Arum Lily) | Scientific Name: Zantedeschia aethiopica | Family: Araceae Cape Jasmine (Gardenia) | Scientific Name: Gardenia jasminoides | Family: Rubiaceae Cardboard Palm (cycads and zamias) | Scientific Name: Zamia furfuracea | Family: Cycadaceae Cardinal Flower (Lobelia, Indian Pink) | Scientific Name: Lobelia cardinalis | Family: Campanulaceae Carnation (Pinks, Wild Carnation, Sweet William) | Scientific Name: Dianthus caryophyllus | Family: Caryophyllaceae Castor Bean Plant (Castor Oil Plant, Mole Bean Plant, African Wonder Tree, Castor Bean) | Scientific Name: Ricinus communis | Family: Euphorbiaceae Ceriman (Cutleaf Philodendron, Hurricane Plant, Swiss Cheese Plant, Mexican Breadfruit) | Scientific Name: Monstera deliciosa | Family: Araceae Chamomile (Manzanilla, Garden Chamomile, Roman Chamomile, True Chamomile, Corn Feverfew, Barnyard Daisy, Ground-apple, Turkey-weed) | Scientific Name: Anthemis nobilis | Family: Compositae Chandelier Plant (Mother-In-Law-Plant, Kalanchoe, Devils Backbone, Mother of Millions) | Scientific Name: Kalanchoe tubiflora | Family: Crassulaceae Charming Dieffenbachia | Scientific Name: Dieffenbachia amoena | Family: Araceae Cherry | Scientific Name: Prunus species | Family: Rosaceae Chinaberry Tree (Bead Tree, China Ball Tree, Paradise Tree, Persian Lilac, White Cedar, Japanese Bead Tree, Texas Umbrella Tree, Pride-of-India) | Scientific Name: Melia azedarach | Family: Meliaceae Chinese Evergreen | Scientific Name: Aglaonema modestrum | Family: Araceae Chinese Jade (Silver Jade Plant, Silver Dollar) | Scientific Name: Crassula arborescens | Family: Crassulaceae Christmas Rose (Hellebore, Lenten Rose, Easter Rose) | Scientific Name: Helleborus niger | Family: Ranunculaceae Chrysanthemum (Daisy, Mum; many varieties) | Scientific Name: Chrysanthemum spp. | Family: Compositae Clematis (Virgin鈥檚 Bower, Leatherflower) | Scientific Name: Clematis sp. | Family: Ranunculaceae Climbing Bittersweet (Bittersweet, Waxwork, Shrubby Bittersweet, False Bittersweet, Climbing Bittersweet, American Bittersweet) | Scientific Name: Celastrus scandens | Family: Celastraceae Climbing Lily (Gloriosa Lily, Glory Lily, Superb Lily) | Scientific Name: Gloriosa superba | Family: Liliaceae Climbing Nightshade (European Bittersweet, Deadly Nightshade, Violet Bloom, Blue Nightshade, Soda Apple, Poisonous Nightshade, Felonwort, Devil’s Apple, Scarlet Berry, Woody Nightshade, Blue Blindweed) | Scientific Name: Solanum dulcamara | Family: Solanaceae Clivia Lily (Kaffir Lily, Clivies, Caffre Lily, Cape Clivia, Klivia) | Scientific Name: Clivia sp. | Family: Amaryllidaceae Coffee Tree (Wild Coffee, Geranium-Leaf Aralia) | Scientific Name: Polyscias guilfoylei | Family: Araliaceae Coleus (Indian Borage, Bread and Butter Plant, Spanish Thyme, East Indian Thyme, Stinging Thyme, Country Boarage; many others) | Scientific Name: Coleus ampoinicus | Family: Labiatae Common Privet (Privet, Amur, Wax-leaf) | Scientific Name: Ligustrum vulgare | Family: Oleaceae Coontie Palm (Sago Palm, Cardboard Palm, cycads and zamias) | Scientific Name: Zamia pumila | Family: Cycadaceae Cordatum (Fiddle-Leaf, Horsehead Philodendron, Heartleaf Philodendron, Panda Plant, Split Leaf Philodendron, Fruit Salad Plant, Red Emerald, Red Princess, Saddle Leaf) | Scientific Name: Philodendron oxycardium | Family: Araceae Corn Plant (Corn Plant, Cornstalk Plant, Dracaena, Dragon Tree, Ribbon Plant) | Scientific Name: Dracaena fragrans | Family: Agavaceae Cornstalk Plant (Corn Plant, Dracaena, Dragon Tree, Ribbon Plant) | Scientific Name: Dracaena fragrans | Family: Agavaceae Cow parsnip (Giant Hogweed) | Scientific Name: Heracleum maximum | Family: Apiaceae Cowbane (Water Hemlock, Poison Parsnip) | Scientific Name: Cicuta species | Family: Apiaceae Cuckoo-pint (Arum, Lord-and-Ladies, Adam-and-Eve, Starch Root, Bobbins, Wake Robin) | Scientific Name: Arum maculatum | Family: Araceae Cutleaf Philodendron (Hurricane Plant, Swiss Cheese Plant, Ceriman, Mexican Breadfruit, Split-leaf Philodendron, Window Leaf Plant) | Scientific Name: Monstera deliciosa | Family: Araceae Cycads (Sago Palm, Fern Palm) | Scientific Name: Cycas and Zamia species | Family: Cycadaceae Cyclamen (Sowbread) | Scientific Name: Cyclamen spp | Family: Primulaceae Daffodil (Narcissus, Jonquil, Paper White) | Scientific Name: Narcissus spp | Family: Amaryllidaceae Dahlia (Many varieties) | Scientific Name: Dahlia species | Family: Compositae Daisy (Chrysanthemum, Mum) | Scientific Name: Chrysanthemum species | Family: Compositae Deadly Nightshade (Nightshade, Black Nightshade, European Bittersweet, Climbing Nightshade) | Scientific Name: Solanum spp | Family: Solanaceae Desert Azalea (Desert Rose, Mock Azalea, Sabi Star, Impala Lily, Kudu Lily) | Scientific Name: Adenium obesum | Family: Apocynaceae Desert Rose (Desert Azalea, Mock Azalea, Sabi Star, Impala Lily, Kudu Lily) | Scientific Name: Adenium obesum | Family: Apocynaceae Devil’s Backbone (Mother-In-Law-Plant, Kalanchoe, Chandelier Plant, Mother of Millions) | Scientific Name: Kalanchoe tubiflora | Family: Crassulaceae Devils Ivy (Pothos, Golden Pothos, Taro Vine, Ivy Arum) | Scientific Name: Epipremnum aureum | Family: Araceae Dieffenbachia (Charming Dieffenbachia, Giant Dumb Cane, Tropic Snow, Dumbcane, Exotica, Spotted Dumb Cane, Exotica Perfection) | Scientific Name: Dieffenbachia | Family: Araceae Dock (Sorrel) | Scientific Name: Rumex sp. | Family: Polygonaceae Dog Daisy (Dog Fennel) | Scientific Name: Achillea millefolium | Family: Compositae Dog Hobble (Dog Laurel, Fetter Bush, Black Laurel) | Scientific Name: Leucothoe sp. | Family: Ericaceae Dogbane Hemp (Bitterroot, Indian Hemp) | Scientific Name: Apocynum | Family: Apocynaceae Dracaena (Corn Plant, Cornstalk Plant, Dragon Tree, Ribbon Plant) | Scientific Name: Dracaena spp. | Family: Agavaceae Dumbcane (Charming Dieffenbachia, Giant Dumb Cane, Tropic Snow, Exotica, Spotted Dumb Cane, Exotica Perfection, Dieffenbachia) | Scientific Name: Dieffenbachia | Family: Araceae Dwarf Poinciana (Barbados Pride, Peacock Flower) | Scientific Name: Caesalpinia pulcherrima | Family: Fabaceae Easter Rose (Hellebore, Christmas Rose, Lenten Rose) | Scientific Name: Helleborus niger | Family: Ranunculaceae Eastern Star | Scientific Name: Dianthus | Family: Caryophyllaceae Elephant Ears (Caladium, Malanga) | Scientific Name: Colocasia esculenta | Family: Araceae Elephant Ears (Caladium, Taro, Pai, Ape, Cape, Via, Via sori, Malanga) | Scientific Name: Caladium hortulanum | Family: Araceae Emerald Feather (Emerald Fern, Asparagus, Asparagus fern, Sprengeri fern, Plumosa fern, Lace fern, Racemose asparagus, Shatavari) | Scientific Name: Asparagus densiflorus | Family: Liliaceae English Holly (European Holly, Oregon Holly, Inkberry, Winterberry, American Holly) | Scientific Name: Ilex aquifolium | Family: Aquifoliaceae English Ivy (Branching Ivy, Glacier Ivy, Needlepoint Ivy, Sweetheart Ivy, California Ivy) | Scientific Name: Hedera helix | Family: Araliaceae English Yew (Western Yew, Pacific Yew, Japanese Yew, Anglo-Japanese Yew) | Scientific Name: Taxus baccata | Family: Taxaceae Eucalyptus (Many cultivars) | Scientific Name: Eucalyptus species | Family: Myrtaceae European Bittersweet (Climbing Nightshade, Deadly Nightshade) | Scientific Name: Solanum dulcamara | Family: Solanaceae European Holly (European Holly, Oregon Holly, Inkberry, Winterberry, American Holly, English Holly) | Scientific Name: Ilex aquifolium | Family: Aquifoliaceae Everlasting Pea (Sweet Pea, Perennial Pea) | Scientific Name: Lathyrus latifolius | Family: Fabaceae Exotica (Charming Dieffenbachia, Giant Dumb Cane, Tropic Snow, Dumbcane, Spotted Dumb Cane, Exotica Perfection, Dieffenbachia) | Scientific Name: Dieffenbachia amoena | Family: Araceae False Bittersweet (American Bittersweet) | Scientific Name: Celastrus scandens | Family: Celastraceae False Queen Anne鈥檚 Lace (Bishop’s Weed, Greater Ammi) | Scientific Name: Ammi majus | Family: Apiaceae Feather Geranium (Jerusalem Oak, Ambrosia Mexicana) | Scientific Name: Ambrosia mexicana | Family: Chenopodiaceae Fern Palm (Sago Palm, Cycads) | Scientific Name: Cycas species | Family: Cycadaceae Fetter Bush (Dog Laurel, Dog Hobble, Black Laurel) | Scientific Name: Leucothoe sp. | Family: Ericaceae Fetterbush (Staggerberry, Maleberry) | Scientific Name: Lyonia sp. | Family: Ericaceae Fiddle-Leaf (Horsehead Philodendron, Cordatum, Heartleaf Philodendron, Panda Plant, Split Leaf Philodendron, Fruit Salad Plant, Red Emerald, Red Princess, Saddle Leaf) | Scientific Name: Philodendron bipennifolium | Family: Araceae Fig (Weeping Fig, Indian Rubber Plant) | Scientific Name: Ficus benjamina | Family: Moraceae Figwort (Buttercup, Butter Cress, Burwort, Crowfoot burwort) | Scientific Name: Ranunculus acris | Family: Ranunculaceae Fire Lily (Amaryllis, Barbados Lily, Lily of the Palace, Ridderstjerne) | Scientific Name: Hippeastrum spp. | Family: Amaryllidaceae Flag (Iris, Snake Lily, Water Flag) | Scientific Name: Iris species | Family: Iridaceae Flamingo Flower (Flamingo Lily, Tail Flower, Oilcloth Flower, Pigtail Plant, Painter’s Pallet) | Scientific Name: Anthurium scherzeranum | Family: Araceae Fleabane (Showy Daisy, Horseweed, Seaside Daisy) | Scientific Name: Erigeron speciosus | Family: Asteraceae Florida Beauty (Gold Dust Dracaena, Spotted Dracaena) | Scientific Name: Dracaena surculosa | Family: Cannaceae Florist’s Calla (Calla Lily, Pig Lily, White Arum, Trumpet Lily, Arum Lily, Garden Calla, Arum Lily) | Scientific Name: Zantedeschia aethiopica | Family: Araceae Foxglove | Scientific Name: Digitalis purpurea | Family: Scrophalariaceae Franciscan Rain Tree (Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, Lady-of-the-Night, Morning-Noon-and-Night, Kiss-Me-Quick) | Scientific Name: Brunfelsia species | Family: Solanaceae Garden Calla (Calla Lily, Pig Lily, White Arum, Trumpet Lily, Florist’s Calla, Arum Lily) | Scientific Name: Zantedeschia aethiopica | Family: Araceae Garden Hyacinth (Hyacinth) | Scientific Name: Hyacinthus orientalis | Family: Liliaceae Gardenia (Cape Jasmine) | Scientific Name: Gardenia jasminoides | Family: Rubiaceae Garlic (Stinking Rose, Rustic Treacle, Comphor of the Poor, Nectar of the Gods, Serpet Garlic, Rocambole) | Scientific Name: Allium sativum | Family: Liliaceae Geranium (Many cultivars) | Scientific Name: Pelargonium species | Family: Geraniaceae Geranium-Leaf Aralia (Wild Coffee, Coffee Tree) | Scientific Name: Polyscias guilfoylei | Family: Araliaceae Giant Dracaena (Palm Lily, Grass Palm) | Scientific Name: Cordyline australis | Family: Agavaceae Giant Dumb Cane (Charming Dieffenbachia, Tropic Snow, Dumbcane, Exotica, Spotted Dumb Cane, Exotica Perfection, Dieffenbachia) | Scientific Name: Dieffenbachia amoena | Family: Araceae Giant Hogweed (Cow Parsnip) | Scientific Name: Heracleum maximum | Family: Apiaceae Glacier Ivy (English Ivy, Branching Ivy, Needlepoint Ivy, Sweetheart Ivy, California Ivy) | Scientific Name: Hedera helix | Family: Araliaceae Gladiola (Many cultivars) | Scientific Name: Gladiolus species | Family: Iridaceae Gloriosa Lily (Glory Lily, Climbing Lily, Superb Lily) | Scientific Name: Gloriosa superba | Family: Liliaceae Gold Dieffenbachia | Scientific Name: Dieffenbachia picta | Family: Araceae Gold Dust Dracaena (Florida Beauty) | Scientific Name: Dracaena surculosa | Family: Agavaceae Golden Birds Nest (Snake Plant, Mother-in-Law鈥檚 Tongue, Good Luck Plant) | Scientific Name: Sansevieria trifasciata | Family: Agavaceae Golden Pothos (Pothos, Devil’s Ivy, Taro Vine, Ivy Arum) | Scientific Name: Epipremnum aureum | Family: Araceae Golden Ragwort (Ragwort) | Scientific Name: Senecio species | Family: Compositae Good Luck Plant (Shamrock Plant, Sorrel) | Scientific Name: Oxalis spp. | Grapefruit | Scientific Name: Citrus paradisii | Family: Rutaceae Grass Palm (Giant Dracaena, Palm Lily) | Scientific Name: Cordyline australis | Family: Agavaceae Greater Ammi (Bishop’s Weed, False Queen Anne’s Lace) | Scientific Name: Ammi majus | Family: Apiaceae Green Gold Naphthysis (Nephthytis, Arrow-Head Vine) | Scientific Name: Syngonium podophyllum | Family: Araceae Ground Apple (Chamomile, Garden Chamomile, Roman Chamomile) | Scientific Name: Anthemis nobilis | Family: Asteraceae Groundsel (Ragwort, Senecio) | Scientific Name: Senecio species | Family: Compositae Hahn’s Self Branching English Ivy (Branching Ivy, Glacier Ivy, Needlepoint Ivy, Sweetheart Ivy, California Ivy, English Ivy) | Scientific Name: Hedera helix | Family: Araliaceae Hashish (Marijuana, Indian Hemp) | Scientific Name: Cannabis sativa | Family: Cannabaceae Hawaiian Ti (Snake Plant, Giant Dracaena) | Scientific Name: Giant Dracaena | Family: Agavaceae Heartleaf Philodendron (Horsehead Philodendron, Cordatum, Fiddle-Leaf, Panda Plant, Split Leaf Philodendron, Fruit Salad Plant, Red Emerald, Red Princess, Saddle Leaf) | Scientific Name: Philodendron bipennifolium | Family: Araceae Heavenly Bamboo (Sacred Bamboo, Nandina) | Scientific Name: Nandina domestica | Family: Berberidaceae Hellebore (Christmas Rose, Lenten Rose, Easter Rose) | Scientific Name: Helleborus niger | Family: Ranunculaceae Hercules’ Club (Angelica Tree, Devil’s Walking Stick, Prickly Ash, Prickly Elder) | Scientific Name: Aralia spinosa | Family: Araliaceae Hibiscus (Rose of Sharon, Rose of China) | Scientific Name: Hibiscus syriacus | Family: Malvaceae Hills of Snow (Hydrangea, Hortensia, Seven Bark) | Scientific Name: Hydrangea arborescens | Family: Hydrangeaceae Holly (English Holly, European Holly, Oregon Holly, Inkberry, Winterberry, American Holly) | Scientific Name: Ilex opaca | Family: Aquifoliaceae Hops | Scientific Name: Humulus lupulus | Family: Cannabidaceae Horse Chestnut (Buckeye) | Scientific Name: Aesculus glabra | Family: Hippocastanaceae Horsehead Philodendron (Fiddle-Leaf, Cordatum, Heartleaf Philodendron, Panda Plant, Split Leaf Philodendron, Fruit Salad Plant, Red Emerald, Red Princess, Saddle Leaf) | Scientific Name: Philodendron bipennifolium | Family: Araceae Horseweed (Showy Daisy, Fleabane, Seaside Daisy) | Scientific Name: Erigeron speciosus | Family: Asteraceae Hortensia (Hydrangea, Hills of Snow, Seven Bark) | Scientific Name: Hydrangea arborescens | Family: Hydrangeaceae Hosta (Plantain Lily, Funkia) | Scientific Name: Hosta plataginea | Family: Liliaceae House Pine (Australian Pine, Norfolk Pine, Norfolk Island Pine) | Scientific Name: Araucaria heterophylla | Family: Auraucariaceae Hurricane Plant (Cutleaf Philodendron, Swiss Cheese Plant, Ceriman, Mexican Breadfruit) | Scientific Name: Monstera deliciosa | Family: Araceae Hyacinth | Scientific Name: Hyacinthus orientalis | Family: Liliaceae Hydrangea (Hortensia, Hills of Snow, Seven Bark) | Scientific Name: Hydrangea arborescens | Family: Hydrangeaceae Impala Lily (Desert Rose, Mock Azalea, Sabi Star, Desert Azalea, Kudu Lily) | Scientific Name: Adenium obesum | Family: Apocynaceae Indian Apple (Mayapple, Indian Apple Root, Umbrella Leaf, Wild Lemon, Hog Apple, Duck’s Foot, Raccoonberry, American Mandrake) | Scientific Name: Podophyllum peltatum | Family: Berberidaceae Indian Borage (Bread and Butter Plant, Spanish Thyme, Coleus, Maratha, Militini, East Indian Thyme) | Scientific Name: Coleus ampoinicus | Family: Labiatae Indian Hemp (Marijuana, Hashish) | Scientific Name: Cannabis sativa | Family: Cannabaceae Indian Hemp (Dogbane Hemp, Bitter Root) | Scientific Name: Apocynum androsaemifolium | Family: Apocynaceae Indian Pink (Lobelia, Cardinal Flower) | Scientific Name: Lobelia cardinalis | Family: Campanulaceae Indian Rubber Plant (Fig, Weeping Fig) | Scientific Name: Ficus benjamina | Family: Moraceae Inkberry (English Holly, European Holly, Oregon Holly, American Holly, Winterberry) | Scientific Name: Ilex opaca | Family: Aquifoliaceae Iris (Flag, Snake Lily, Water Flag) | Scientific Name: Iris species | Family: Iridaceae Ivy Arum (Pothos, Golden Pothos, Taro Vine, Devil’s Ivy) | Scientific Name: Epipremnum aureum | Family: Araceae Jack-in-the-pulpit (Three-leaved indian turnip, Devil’s dear, Wake robin, Starch wort, Wild turnip, Dragon root, Bog onion, Pepper turnip, Brown dragon, Memory root) | Scientific Name: Arisaema triphyllum | Family: Araceae Jade Plant (Baby Jade, Dwarf rubber plant, Jade tree, Chinese rubber plant, Japanese rubber plant) | Scientific Name: Crassula argentea | Family: Crassulaceae Japanese Yew (English Yew, Western Yew, Pacific Yew, Anglo-Japanese Yew) | Scientific Name: Taxus sp. | Family: Taxaceae Jerusalem Cherry (Natal cherry, Winter cherry) | Scientific Name: Solanum pseudocapsicum | Family: Solanaceae Jerusalem Oak (Feather Geranium, Ambrosia Mexicana) | Scientific Name: Ambrosia mexicana | Family: Chenopodiaceae Jonquil (Daffodil, Narcissus, Paper White) | Scientific Name: Narcissus jonquilla | Family: Amaryllidaceae Kaffir Lily (Clivia Lily) | Scientific Name: Clivia minata | Family: Amaryllidaceae Kalanchoe (Mother-In-Law-Plant, Devils Backbone, Chandelier Plant, Mother of Millions) | Scientific Name: Kalanchoe spp | Family: Crassulaceae Kiss-me-quick (Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, Lady-of-the-Night, Morning-Noon-and-Night, Fransiscan Rain Tree) | Scientific Name: Brunfelsia species | Family: Solanaceae Klamath Weed (St. John’s Wort) | Scientific Name: Hypericum perforatum | Family: Clusiaceae Kudu Lily (Desert Azalea, Mock Azalea, Sabi Star, Impala Lily, Desert Rose) | Scientific Name: Adenium obesum | Family: Apocynaceae Lace Fern (Asparagus, Emerald Feather, Emerald Fern, Sprengeri Fern, Plumosa Fern, Asparagus Fern, Racemose Asparagus, Shatavari) | Scientific Name: Asparagus densiflorus cv sprengeri | Family: Liliaceae Lacy Tree Philodendron | Scientific Name: Philodendron selloum | Family: Araceae Lady-of-the-night (Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, Kiss-Me-Quick, Morning-Noon-and-Night, Fransiscan Rain Tree) | Scientific Name: Brunfelsia species | Family: Solanaceae Lantana (Shrub Verbena, Yellow Sage, Red Sage) | Scientific Name: Lantana camara | Family: Verbenaceae Larkspur | Scientific Name: Delphinium species | Family: Ranunculaceae Laurel (Mountain laurel, Spoonwood, Mountain Ivy, Calico Bush, Ivy Bush) | Scientific Name: Kalmia latifolia | Family: Ericaceae Leatherflower (Clematis, Virgin’s Bower) | Scientific Name: Clematis sp. | Family: Ranunculaceae Leek (Elephant Garlic) | Scientific Name: Allium ampeloprasum | Family: Liliaceae Lemon | Scientific Name: Citrus limonia | Family: Rutaceae Lenten Rose (Hellebore, Christmas Rose, Easter Rose) | Scientific Name: Helleborus niger | Family: Ranunculaceae Lily of the Palace (Amaryllis, Fire Lily, Barbados Lily, Ridderstjerne) | Scientific Name: Hippeastrum spp. | Family: Amaryllidaceae Lily of the Valley | Scientific Name: Convallaria majalis | Family: Liliaceae Lily-of-the-Valley Bush (Andromeda Japonica, Pieris) | Scientific Name: Pieris japonica | Family: Ericaceae Lime | Scientific Name: Citrus aurantifolia | Family: Rutaceae Lobelia (Cardinal Flower, Indian Pink) | Scientific Name: Lobelia cardinalis | Family: Campanulaceae Locust | Scientific Name: Robinia species | Family: Mimosaceae Lord-and-Ladies (Arum, Wake Robin, Adam-and-Eve, Starch Root, Bobbins, Cuckoo Plant) | Scientific Name: Arum maculatum | Family: Araceae Macadamia Nut (Australia Nut, Queensland Nut) | Scientific Name: Macadamia integrifolia | Family: Proteaceae Madagascar Dragon Tree | Scientific Name: Dracaena marginata | Family: Agavaceae Maidens Breath (Baby’s Breath) | Scientific Name: Gypsophila elegans | Family: Caryophyllaceae Malanga (Caladium, Elephant’s Ears) | Scientific Name: Colocasia esculenta | Family: Araceae Maleberry (Staggerbush, Fetterbush) | Scientific Name: Lyonia sp. | Family: Ericaceae Marble Queen (Golden Pothos) | Scientific Name: Scindapsus aureus | Family: Araceae Marijuana (Indian Hemp, Hashish) | Scientific Name: Cannabis sativa | Family: Cannabaceae Mauna Loa Peace Lily (Peace Lily) | Scientific Name: Spathiphyllum | Family: Araceae Mayapple (Indian Apple Root, Umbrella Leaf, Wild Lemon, Hog Apple, Duck’s Foot, Raccoonberry, American Mandrake) | Scientific Name: Podophyllum peltatum | Family: Berberidaceae Mayweed (Poison Daisy, Stinking Chamomile) | Scientific Name: Anthemis cotula | Family: Asteraceae Meadow Saffron (Autumn Crocus) | Scientific Name: Colchicum autumnale | Family: Liliaceae Medicine Plant (Aloe, True Aloe, Barbados Aloe) | | Family: Aloaceae Mexican Breadfruit (Cutleaf Philodendron, Hurricane Plant, Swiss Cheese Plant, Ceriman, Split-leaf Philodendron, Window Leaf Plant) | Scientific Name: Monstera deliciosa | Family: Araceae Milfoil (Yarrow) | Scientific Name: Achillea millefolium | Family: Asteraceae Milkweed | Scientific Name: Asclepias species | Family: Asclepiadaceae Mistletoe “American” (American Mistletoe) | Scientific Name: Phoradendron flavescens | Family: Viscaceae Mock Azalea (Desert Rose, Desert Azalea, Sabi Star, Impala Lily, Kudu Lily) | Scientific Name: Adenium obesum | Family: Apocynaceae Mole Bean Plant | Scientific Name: Ricinus communis | Family: Euphobiaceae Morning Glory | Scientific Name: Ipomoea spp | Family: Convolvulaceae Morning-Noon-and-Night (Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, Kiss-Me-Quick, Lady-of-the-Night, Fransiscan Rain Tree) | Scientific Name: Brunfelsia species | Family: Solanaceae Moss Rose (Wild Portulaca, Rock Moss, Purslane, Pigwee, Pusley) | Scientific Name: Portulaca oleracea | Family: Portulacaceae Mother of Millions (Mother-In-Law-Plant, Kalanchoe, Devils Backbone, Chandelier Plant) | Scientific Name: Kalanchoe tubiflora | Family: Crassulaceae Mother-In-Law Plant (Mother of Millions, Kalanchoe, Devils Backbone, Chandelier Plant) | Scientific Name: Kalanchoe tubiflora | Family: Crassulaceae Mother-in-Law | Scientific Name: Monstera deliciosa | Family: Araceae Mother-in-Law鈥檚 Tongue (Snake Plant, Golden Bird’s Nest, Good Luck Plant) | Scientific Name: Sansevieria trifasciata | Family: Agavaceae Mum (Chrysanthemum, Daisy) | Scientific Name: Chrysanthemum spp. | Family: Compositae Naked Lady | Scientific Name: Amaryllis belladonna L. | Family: Amaryllidaceae Nandina (Sacred Bamboo, Heavenly Bamboo) | Scientific Name: Nandina domestica | Family: Berberidaceae Narcissus (Daffodil, Jonquil, Paper White) | Scientific Name: Narcissus spp | Family: Amaryllidaceae Needlepoint Ivy (Branching Ivy, Glacier Ivy, English Ivy, Sweetheart Ivy, California Ivy) | Scientific Name: Hedera helix | Family: Araliaceae Nephthytis (Arrow-Head Vine, Green Gold Naphthysis, African Evergreen, Trileaf Wonder) | Scientific Name: Syngonium podophyllum | Family: Araceae Nicotiana (Tree Tobacco, Tobacco, Mustard Tree) | Scientific Name: Nicotiana glauca | Family: Solanaceae Nightshade (Deadly Nightshade, Black Nightshade) | Scientific Name: Solanum spp | Family: Solanaceae Norfolk Island Pine (Norfolk Pine, House Pine, Australian Pine) | Scientific Name: Araucaria heterophylla | Family: Araucariaceae Octopus Tree (Schefflera, Umbrella Tree, Australian Ivy Palm, Starleaf) | Scientific Name: Schefflera or Brassia actinoplylla | Family: Araliaceae Oilcloth Flower (Flamingo Plant, Flamingo Lily, Tail Flower, Pigtail Plant, Flamingo Flower, Painter’s Pallet) | Scientific Name: Anthurium scherzeranum | Family: Araceae Oleander (Rose-Bay) | Scientific Name: Nerium oleander | Family: Apocynaceae Onion | Scientific Name: Allium cepa | Family: Liliaceae Orange | Scientific Name: Citrus sinensis | Family: Rutaceae Oregon Holly (English Holly, European Holly, Inkberry, American Holly, Winterberry) | Scientific Name: Ilex opaca | Family: Aquifoliaceae Ornamental Pepper (Natal Cherry, Winter Cherry, Jerusalem Cherry) | Scientific Name: Solanum pseudocapsicum | Family: Solanaceae Pacific Yew (English Yew, Western Yew, Japanese Yew, Anglo-Japanese Yew) | Scientific Name: Taxus brevifolia | Family: Taxaceae Painter’s Pallette (Flamingo Plant, Flamingo Lily, Tail Flower, Oilcloth Flower, Pigtail Plant, Flamingo Flower) | Scientific Name: Anthurium scherzeranum | Family: Araceae Palm Lily (Giant Dracaena, Grass palm) | Scientific Name: Cordyline australis | Family: Agavaceae Panda Plant (Horsehead Philodendron, Cordatum, Heartleaf Philodendron, Panda Plant, Split Leaf Philodendron, Fruit Salad Plant, Red Emerald, Red Princess, Saddle Leaf , Fiddle-leaf) | Scientific Name: Philodendron bipennifolium | Family: Araceae Paper White (Daffodil, Jonquil, Narcissus) | Scientific Name: Narcissus spp | Family: Amaryllidaceae Paraguayan Jasmine (Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, Lady-of-the-Night, Morning-Noon-and-Night, Kiss-Me-Quick , Fransiscan Rain Tree) | Scientific Name: Brunfelsia species | Family: Solanaceae Peace Lily (Mauna Loa Peace Lily) | Scientific Name: Spathiphyllum | Family: Araceae Peach (Plum, Apricot, Cherry) | Scientific Name: Prunus species | Family: Rosaceae Peacock Flower (Barbados Pride, Dwarf Poinciana) | Scientific Name: Caesalpinia pulcherrima | Family: Fabaceae Pencil Cactus (Crown of Thorns) | Scientific Name: Euphorbia milii | Family: Euphorbiaceae Peony | Scientific Name: Paeonis officinalis | Family: Paeniaceae Perennial Pea (Sweet Pea, Everlasting Pea) | Scientific Name: Lathyrus latifolius | Family: Fabaceae Periwinkle (Running Myrtle. Vinca) | Scientific Name: Vinca rosea | Family: Apocynaceae Philodendron Pertusum | Scientific Name: Philodendron spp | Family: Araceae Pie Plant (Rhubarb) | Scientific Name: Rheum rhabarbarium | Family: Polygonaceae Pieris (Lily-of-the-Valley Bush, Andromeda Japonica, Fetterbush) | Scientific Name: Pieris japonica | Family: Ericaceae Pig Lily (Calla Lily, Arum Lily, White Arum, Trumpet Lily, Florist’s Calla, Garden Calla) | Scientific Name: Zantedeschia aethiopica | Family: Araceae Pigtail Plant (Flamingo Plant, Flamingo Lily, Tail Flower, Oilcloth Flower, Painter’s Pallet, Flamingo Flower) | Scientific Name: Anthurium scherzeranum | Family: Araceae Pinks (Carnation, Wild Carnation, Sweet William) | Scientific Name: Dianthus caryophyllus | Family: Caryophyllaceae Plantain Lily (Hosta) | Scientific Name: Hosta plantaginea | Family: Liliaceae Plum (similar plants: apricot, peach, cherry) | Scientific Name: Prunus species | Family: Rosaceae Plumosa Fern (Asparagus, Emerald Feather, Emerald Fern, Sprengeri Fern, Asparagus Fern, Lace Fern, Racemose Asparagus, Shatavari) | Scientific Name: Asparagus densiflorus cv sprengeri | Family: Liliaceae Poinciana (Peacock Flower, Bird of Paradise, Barbados Pride, Pride of Barbados) | Scientific Name: Poinciana gilliesii | Family: Leguminosae Poinsettia | Scientific Name: Euphorbia pulcherrima | Family: Euphorbiaceae Poison Daisy (Mayweed, Stinking Chamomile) | Scientific Name: Anthemis cotula | Family: Asteraceae Poison Hemlock (Poison Parsley, Spotted Hemlock, Winter Fern, California Fern, Nebraska Fern, Deadly Hemlock) | Scientific Name: Conium maculatum | Family: Umbelliferae Poison Parsnip (water hemlock, cowbane) | Scientific Name: Cicuta maculata | Family: Apiaceae Portulaca (Wild Portulaca, Rock Moss, Purslane, Pigwee, Pusley, Moss Rose) | Scientific Name: Portulaca oleracea | Family: Portulacaceae Pothos (Golden Pothos, Devil’s Ivy, Taro Vine, Ivy Arum) | Scientific Name: Epipremnum aureum | Family: Araceae Prayer Bean (Rosary Pea, Buddhist rosary bead, Indian Bead, Indian Licorice, Love Bean, Lucky Bean, Seminole Bead, Weather Plant) | Scientific Name: Abrus precatorius | Family: Leguminosae Precatory Bean (Rosary Pea, Buddhist rosary bead, Indian Bead, Indian Licorice, Love Bean, Lucky Bean, Seminole Bead, Weather Plant, Prayer Bean) | Scientific Name: Abrus precatorius | Family: Leguminosae Pride-of-India (China Ball Tree, Paradise Tree, Persian Lilac, White Cedar, Japanese Bead Tree, Texas Umbrella Tree, Bead Tree, Chinaberry Tree) | Scientific Name: Melia azedarach | Family: Meliaceae Primrose | Scientific Name: Primula vulgaris | Family: Primulaceae Privet (amur, wax-leaf, common privet) | Scientific Name: Ligustrum japonicum | Family: Oleaceae Purslane (Wild Portulaca, Rock Moss, Portulaca, Pigwee, Pusley, Moss Rose) | Scientific Name: Portulaca oleracea | Family: Portulacaceae Queensland Nut (Macadamia Nut, Australia Nut) | Scientific Name: Macadamia integrifolia | Family: Proteaceae Racemose asparagus (Asparagus, Emerald Feather, Emerald Fern, Sprengeri Fern, Plumosa Fern, Lace Fern, Asparagus Fern, Shatavari) | Scientific Name: Asparagus densiflorus cv sprengeri | Family: Liliaceae Ragwort (Golden Ragwort, Tansy) | Scientific Name: Senecio species | Family: Compositae Ranger’s Button (White Heads) | Scientific Name: Sphenosciadium capitellatum | Family: Apiaceae Red Emerald (Horsehead Philodendron, Cordatum, Heartleaf Philodendron, Panda Plant, Split Leaf Philodendron, Fruit Salad Plant, Fiddle Leaf, Red Princess, Saddle Leaf) | Scientific Name: Philodendron bipennifolium | Family: Araceae Red Princess (Horsehead Philodendron, Cordatum, Heartleaf Philodendron, Panda Plant, Split Leaf Philodendron, Fruit Salad Plant, Fiddle Leaf, Red Emerald, Saddle Leaf) | Scientific Name: Philodendron bipennifolium | Family: Araceae Red-Marginated Dracaena (straight-marginated dracaena) | Scientific Name: Dracaena marginata | Family: Agavaceae Rhododendron (Rosebay, Azalea) | Scientific Name: Rhododendron spp | Family: Ericaceae Rhubarb (Pie Plant) | Scientific Name: Rheum rhabarbarium | Family: Polygonaceae Ribbon Plant (Corn Plant, Cornstalk Plant, Dracaena, Dragon Tree) | Scientific Name: Dracaena spp. | Family: Agavaceae Ridderstjerne (Amaryllis, Fire Lily, Lily of the Palace, Barbados Lily) | Scientific Name: Hippeastrum spp. | Family: Amaryllidaceae Rock Moss (Wild Portulaca, Moss Rose, Purslane, Pigwee, Pusley) | Scientific Name: Portulaca oleracea | Family: Portulacaceae Roman Chamomile (Chamomile, Garden Chamomile, Ground Apple) | Scientific Name: Anthemis nobilis | Family: Asteraceae Rose of China (Hibiscus, Rose of Sharon) | Scientific Name: Hibiscus syriacus | Family: Malvaceae Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus, Rose of China) | Scientific Name: Hibiscus syriacus | Family: Malvaceae Rosebay (Rhododendron, Azalea) | Scientific Name: Rhododendron spp | Family: Ericaceae Running Myrtle (Periwinkle, Vinca) | Scientific Name: Vinca rosea | Family: Apocynaceae Sabi Star (Desert Azalea, Mock Azalea, Desert Rose, Impala Lily, Kudu Lily) | Scientific Name: Adenium obesum | Family: Apocynaceae Sacred Bamboo (Heavenly Bamboo, Nandina) | Scientific Name: Nandina domestica | Family: Berberidaceae Saddle Leaf (Horsehead Philodendron, Cordatum, Heartleaf Philodendron, Panda Plant, Split Leaf Philodendron, Fruit Salad Plant, Red Emerald, Red Princess, Fiddle Leaf) | Scientific Name: Philodendron bipennifolium | Family: Araceae Sago Palm (Coontie Palm, Cardboard Palm, cycads and zamias) | Scientific Name: Cycas revoluta, zamia species | Family: Cycadaceae Satin Pothos (Silk Pothos) | Scientific Name: Scindapsus pictus | Family: Araceae Schefflera (Umbrella Tree, Australian Ivy Palm, Octopus Tree, Starleaf) | Scientific Name: Schefflera | Family: Araliaceae Seaside Daisy (Showy Daisy, Horseweed, Fleabane) | Scientific Name: Erigeron speciosus | Family: Asteraceae Seven Bark (Hydrangea, Hortensia, Hills of Snow) | Scientific Name: Hydrangea arborescens | Family: Hydrangeaceae Shamrock Plant (Good Luck Plant, Sorrel) | Scientific Name: Oxalis spp. | Shatavari (Asparagus, Emerald Feather, Emerald Fern, Sprengeri Fern, Plumosa Fern, Lace Fern, Racemose Asparagus) | Scientific Name: Asparagus densiflorus cv sprengeri | Family: Liliaceae Showy Daisy (Seaside Daisy, Horseweed, Fleabane) | Scientific Name: Erigeron speciosus | Family: Asteraceae Silver Dollar (Silver Jade Plant, Chinese Jade) | Scientific Name: Crassula arborescens | Family: Crassulaceae Silver Jade Plant (Chinese Jade, Silver Dollar) | Scientific Name: Crassula arborescens | Family: Crassulaceae Skunk Cabbage (Skunk Weed, Polecat Weed, Meadow Cabbage, Swamp Cabbage) | Scientific Name: Symplocarpus foetidus | Family: Araceae Snake Lilly (Iris, Flag, Water Flag) | Scientific Name: Iris species | Family: Iridaceae Snake Plant (Golden Bird’s Nest, Mother-in-Law鈥檚 Tongue, Good Luck Plant) | Scientific Name: Sansevieria trifasciata | Family: Agavaceae Solomon鈥檚 Lily (Black Calla, Wild Calla, Wild Arum) | Scientific Name: Arum palestinum | Family: Araceae Sowbread (Cyclamen) | Scientific Name: Cyclamen spp | Family: Primulaceae Spanish Thyme (Indian Borage, Bread and Butter Plant, Coleus, East Indian Thyme, Stinging Thyme, Country Boarage; many others) | Scientific Name: Coleus ampoinicus | Family: Labiatae Spindle Tree (Wahoo, Burning Bush) | Scientific Name: Euonymus atropurpurea | Family: Celastraceae Split Leaf Philodendron (Horsehead Philodendron, Cordatum, Heartleaf Philodendron, Panda Plant, Fiddle-Leaf, Fruit Salad Plant, Red Emerald, Red Princess, Saddle Leaf) | Scientific Name: Philodendron bipennifolium | Family: Araceae Spotted Dumb Cane (Charming Dieffenbachia, Giant Dumb Cane, Tropic Snow, Dumbcane, Exotica, Exotica Perfection, Dieffenbachia) | Scientific Name: Dieffenbachia amoena | Family: Araceae Sprengeri Fern (Asparagus, Emerald Feather, Emerald Fern, Plumosa Fern, Lace Fern, Racemose Asparagus, Shatavari) | Scientific Name: Asparagus densiflorus cv sprengeri | Family: Liliaceae Spring Parsley | Scientific Name: Petroselinum crispum | Family: Apiaceae St. John鈥檚 Wort (Klamath Weed) | Scientific Name: Hypericum perforatum | Family: Clusiaceae Staggerbush (Fetterbush, Maleberry) | Scientific Name: Lyonia sp. | Family: Ericaceae Starch Root (Arum, Lord-and-Ladies, Adam-and-Eve, Wake Robin, Bobbins, Cuckoo Plant) | Scientific Name: Arum maculatum | Family: Araceae Starleaf (Schefflera, Umbrella Tree, Octopus Tree, Australian Ivy Palm) | Scientific Name: Brassaia actinophylla | Family: Araliaceae Stinking Chamomile (Mayweed, Poison Daisy) | Scientific Name: Anthemis cotula | Family: Asteraceae Straight-Margined Dracaena (red-margined dracaena) | Scientific Name: Dracaena marginata | Family: Agavaceae Striped Dracaena (warneckii, janet craig plant) | Scientific Name: Dracaena deremensis | Family: Agavaceae Superb Lily (Glory Lily, Climbing Lily, Gloriosa Lily) | Scientific Name: Gloriosa superba | Family: Liliaceae Sweet Pea (Perennial Pea, Everlasting Pea) | Scientific Name: Lathyrus latifolius | Family: Fabaceae Sweet Potato Vine (Sweet potato) | Scientific Name: Ipomoea batatas | Family: Convolvulaceae Sweet William (Carnation, Wild Carnation, Pinks) | Scientific Name: Dianthus caryophyllus | Family: Caryophyllaceae Sweetheart Ivy (English Ivy, Glacier Ivy, Needlepoint Ivy, Branching Ivy, California Ivy) | Scientific Name: Hedera helix | Family: Araliaceae Swiss Cheese Plant (Cutleaf Philodendron, Hurricane Plant, Ceriman, Mexican Breadfruit) | Scientific Name: Monstera deliciosa | Family: Araceae Tail Flower (Flamingo Plant, Flamingo Lily, Oilcloth Flower, Pigtail Plant, Painter’s Pallet) | Scientific Name: Anthurium scherzeranum | Family: Araceae Taro (Caladium, Elephant’s Ears, Malanga) | Scientific Name: Colocasia esculenta | Family: Araceae Taro (Caladium, Elephant Ears, Pai, Ape, Cape, Via, Via sori, Malanga) | Scientific Name: Caladium hortulanum | Family: Araceae Taro Vine (Golden Pothos, Devil’s Ivy, Devil’s Vine, Ivy Arum) | Scientific Name: Epipremnum aureum | Family: Araceae Texas Umbrella Tree (China Ball Tree, Paradise Tree, Persian Lilac, White Cedar, Japanese Bead Tree, Bead Tree, Pride-of-India, Chinaberry Tree) | Scientific Name: Melia azedarach | Family: Meliaceae Ti-Plant (Baby Doll Ti Plant, Hawaiian Ti Plant) | Scientific Name: Cordyline terminalis | Family: Agavaceae Tobacco (Tree Tobacco, Nicotiana, Mustard Tree) | Scientific Name: Nicotiana glauca | Family: Solanaceae Tomato Plant | Scientific Name: Lycopersicon spp | Family: Solanaceae Tree Philodendron | Scientific Name: Philodendron selloum | Family: Araceae Tree Tobacco (Nicotania, Tobacco, Mustard Tree) | Scientific Name: Nicotiana glauca | Family: Solanaceae Tropic Snow (Charming Dieffenbachia, Giant Dumb Cane, Dumbcane, Exotica, Exotica Perfection, Dieffenbachia) | Scientific Name: Dieffenbachia amoena | Family: Araceae True Aloe (Medicine Plant, Aloe, Barbados Aloe) | Scientific Name: Aloe barbadensis | Family: Aloaceae Trumpet Lily (Calla Lily, Pig Lily, White Arum, Arum Lily, Florist’s Calla, Garden Calla, Arum Lily) | Scientific Name: Zantedeschia aethiopica | Family: Araceae Tulip | Scientific Name: Tulipa species | Family: Liliaceae Umbrella Leaf (Indian Apple Root, American Mandrake, Wild Lemon, Hog Apple, Duck’s Foot, Raccoonberry, American Mandrake) | Scientific Name: Podophyllum peltatum | Family: Berberidaceae Umbrella Tree (Schefflera, Australian Ivy Palm, Octopus Tree, Starleaf) | Scientific Name: Brassaia actinophylla | Family: Araliaceae Variable Dieffenbachia | Scientific Name: Dieffenbachia picta | Family: Araceae Variegated Philodendron | Scientific Name: Scindapsus, Philodendron spp | Family: Araceae Vinca (Periwinkle, Running Myrtle) | Scientific Name: Vinca rosea | Family: Apocynaceae Virgin’s Bower (Clematis, Leatherflower) | Scientific Name: Clematis sp. | Family: Ranunculaceae Wahoo (Burning Bush, Spindle Tree) | Scientific Name: Euonymus occidentalis | Family: Celastraceae Wake Robin (Arum, Lord-and-Ladies, Adam-and-Eve, Starch Root, Bobbins, Cuckoo Plant) | Scientific Name: Arum maculatum | Family: Araceae Wandering Jew (Speedy Henry, Variegated Wandering Jew) | Scientific Name: Tradescantia flumeninsis | Family: Commelinaceae Warneckei Dracaena (Striped Dracaena, Janet Craig Plant) | Scientific Name: Dracaena deremensis | Family: Agavaceae Water Flag (Iris, Snake Lily, Flag) | Scientific Name: Iris species | Family: Iridaceae Water Hemlock (cowbane, poison parsnip) | Scientific Name: Cicuta maculata | Family: Apiaceae Water Hyacinth | Scientific Name: Eichhornia crassipes | Family: Pontederiaceae Wax-Leaf (privet, amur, common privet) | Scientific Name: Ligustrum japonicum | Family: Oleaceae Weeping Fig (fig, indian rubber plant) | Scientific Name: Ficus sp. | Family: Moraceae Western Yew (English Yew, Pacific Yew, Japanese Yew, Anglo-Japanese Yew) | Scientific Name: Taxus brevifolia | Family: Taxaceae White Heads (Ranger’s Button) | Scientific Name: Sphenosciadium capitellatum | Family: Apiaceae Wild Arum (Black Calla, Wild Calla, Solomon’s Lily) | Scientific Name: Arum palestinum | Family: Araceae Wild Calla (Black Calla, Wild Arum, Solomon’s Lily) | Scientific Name: Arum palestinum | Family: Araceae Wild Carnation (Carnation, Sweet William, Pinks) | Scientific Name: Dianthus caryophyllus | Family: Caryophyllaceae Wild Coffee (Geranium-Leaf Aralia, Coffee Tree) | Scientific Name: Polyscias guilfoylei | Family: Araliaceae Winter Cherry (Natal Cherry, Jerusalem Cherry) | Scientific Name: Solanum pseudocapsicum | Family: Solanaceae Winterberry (English Holly, European Holly, Oregon Holly, Inkberry, American Holly) | Scientific Name: Ilex opaca | Family: Aquifoliaceae Wisteria | Scientific Name: wisteria species | Family: Fabaceae Yarrow (milfoil) | Scientific Name: Achillea millefolium | Family: Asteraceae Yellow Oleander | Scientific Name: Thevetia peruviana | Family: Apocynaceae Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow (Morning-Noon-and-Night, Kiss-Me-Quick, Lady-of-the-Night, Fransiscan Rain Tree, Brunfelsia) | Scientific Name: Brunfelsia species | Family: Solanaceae Yew (japanese yew) | Scientific Name: Taxus sp. | Family: Taxaceae Yew Pine (buddhist pine) | Scientific Name: Podocarpus macrophylla | Family: Podocarpacaea Yucca | Scientific Name: Yucca sp. | Family: Agavaceae Plants Non-Toxic to Dogs Achira (Canna, Arrowroot) | Scientific Name: Canna edulis | Family: Cannaceae Acorn Squash (Similar plants:pumpkin, zucchini) | Scientific Name: Cucurbita pepo | Family: Cucurbitaceae African Daisy (Barberton Daisy, Veldt Daisy, Transvaal Daisy, Gerber Daisy) | Scientific Name: Gerbera jamesonii | Family: Compositae African Violet (Cape Marigold) | Scientific Name: Saintpaulia spp. | Family: Gesneriaceae Algaroba (Kiawe, Mesquite) | Scientific Name: Prosopis limensis | Family: Mimosaceae Aluminum Plant (Watermelon Plant) | Scientific Name: Pilea cadieri | Family: Urticaceae Alumroot (Coral Bells, Heuchera) | Scientific Name: Heuchera sanguinea | Family: Saxifragaceae Alyssum (Alyssum varieties) | Scientific Name: Alyssum spp. | Family: Brassicaceae American Rubber Plant (Pepper Face, Baby Rubber Plant) | Scientific Name: Peperomia obtusifolia | Family: Pipericeae Amur Maple (Maple, Amur) | Scientific Name: Acer ginnala | Family: Aceraceae Anthericum Comosum (Ribbon Plant, Spider Plant, Spider Ivy) | Scientific Name: Chlorophytum comosum | Family: Liliaceae Antirrhinum Multiflorum (Withered Snapdragon) | Scientific Name: Antirrhinum glandulosum | Family: Scrophulariaceae Antirrhinum Multiflorum (Withered Snapdragon) | Scientific Name: Antirrhinum multiflorum | Family: Scrophulariaceae Arabian Gentian (Persian Violet, German Violet) | Scientific Name: Exacum affine | Areca Palm (Golden Butterfly Palm, Cane Palm, Golden Feather Palm, Yellow Palm) | Scientific Name: Dypsis lutescens | Family: Palmae Aregelia (Crimson cup, Marbled fingernail,Blushing bromeliad, Ossifragi Vase, Miniature Marble plant) | Scientific Name: Neoregalia spp. | Family: Bromiliaceae Artillery Plant | Scientific Name: Pilea microphylla | Family: Urticaceae Aspidium falcatum (Fern Holly, Japanese Holly, Fish Tail) | Scientific Name: Cyrtomium falcatum | Family: Polypodiaceae Autumn Olive (Silver Berry, Russian Olive) | Scientific Name: Elaeagnus sp. | Family: Elaeagnaceae Baby Rubber Plant (Pepper Face, American Rubber Plant) | Scientific Name: Peperomia obtusifolia | Family: Pipericeae Baby鈥檚 Tears (Polka Dot Plant, Measles Plant, Flamingo Plant, Freckle Face, Pink Splash) | Scientific Name: Hypoestes phyllostachya | Family: Acanthaceae Bachelors Buttons (Cornflower, Bluebottle) | Scientific Name: Centaurea cyanus | Family: Asteraceae Ball Fern (Rabbit’s Foot Fern, Squirrel Foot Fern, Deer Foot Fern, Hare Fern) | Scientific Name: Davallia spp. | Family: Polypodiaceae Bamboo (Golden Bamboo, Fishpole Bamboo) | Scientific Name: Phyllostachys aurea | Family: Gramineae Bamboo Palm (Miniature Fish Tail Dwarf Palm, Parlor Palm, Good Luck Palm) | Scientific Name: Chamaedorea elegans | Family: Palmae Bamboo Vine (Blaspheme vine, Laurel-leaved Greenbrier) | Scientific Name: Smilax laurifolia | Family: Liliaceae Banana (Plantain) | Scientific Name: Musa acuminata | Family: Musaceae Banana Squash | Scientific Name: Cucurbita maxima var. banana | Family: Cucurbitaceae Barberton Daisy (Transvaal Daisy, African Daisy, Veldt Daisy, Gerbera Daisy) | Scientific Name: Gerbera jamesonii | Family: Compositae Beets (Beet Root, Red Beet, Swiss Chard, Roman Kale, Sugar Beet) | Scientific Name: Beta vulgaris | Family: Chenopodiaceae Begonia, Climbing (Rex Begonia) | Scientific Name: Cissus dicolor | Family: Vitaceae Begonia, Trailing (Trailing Watermelon Begonia) | Scientific Name: Pellionia daveauana | Family: Urticaceae Belmore Sentry Palm (Curly Palm) | Scientific Name: Howea belmoreana | Family: Palmae Big Shagbark Hickory (Big Shellbark Hickory, Shellbark Hickory, Shagbark Hickory) | Scientific Name: Carya laciniosa | Family: Juglandaceae Big Shellbark Hickory (Shellbark Hickory) | Scientific Name: Carya laciniosa | Family: Juglandaceae Bitter Pecan (Water Hickory) | Scientific Name: Carya aquatica | Family: Juglandaceae Bitternut | Scientific Name: Carya cordiformis | Family: Juglandaceae Black Haw (Wild raisin, Tea Plant, Cowberry, Nannyberry, Sweet Viburnum, Nanny Plum, Sheepberry, Sweetberry) | Scientific Name: Viburnum lentago | Family: Caprifoliaceae Black Hawthorn (Weisdornbluten, Blackthorn, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Pirliteiro, Red Hawthorn, May Bush, Oxyacantha, Haw Apple, Black Haw, Aubepine) | Scientific Name: Crataegus douglasii | Family: Rosaceae Blaspheme Vine (Blaspheme vine, Laurel-leaved Greenbrier, Bamboo Vine) | Scientific Name: Smilax laurifolia | Family: Liliaceae Bloodleaf (Chicken Gizzard, Yellow Bloodleaf, Joseph’s Coat) | Scientific Name: Iresine herbstii | Family: Amaranthaceae Blooming Sally (Willow Herb, Great Willow Herb, Fire Weed) | Scientific Name: Epilobium angustifolium | Family: Onagraceae Blue Bead (Corn Lily) | Scientific Name: Clintonia borealis | Family: Liliaceae Blue Daisy (Felicia, Blue Marguerite) | Scientific Name: Felicia amelloides | Family: Compositae Blue Echeveria (Maroon Chenille Plant, Painted Lady, Copper Rose, Wax Rosette, Plush Plant) | Scientific Name: Echeveria derenbergii | Family: Crassulaceae Blue Eyed Daisy (Blue-eyed African Daisy) | Scientific Name: Arctotis stoechadifolia | Family: Compositae Blue-dicks (Wild Hyacinth) | Scientific Name: Dichelostemma pulchellum | Family: Amaryllidaceae Blue-dicks 2 (Wild Hyacinth) | Scientific Name: Hookera pulchella | Family: Amaryllidaceae Blue-dicks 3 (Wild Hyacinth) | Scientific Name: Brodiaea pulchella | Family: Amaryllidaceae Blue-eyed African Daisy (Blue-eyed Daisy) | Scientific Name: Arctotis stoechadifolia | Family: Compositae Bluebottle (Cornflower, Bachelors Buttons) | Scientific Name: Centaurea cyanus | Family: Asteraceae Blunt Leaf Peperomia (Pepper Face, Baby Rubber Plant, American Rubber Plant) | Scientific Name: Peperomia obtusifolia | Family: Pipericeae Blushing Bromeliad (Crimson cup, Marbled fingernail, Blushing Bromeliad, Ossifragi Vase, Miniature Marble plant, Aregelia) | Scientific Name: Neoregalia spp. | Family: Bromiliaceae Bold Sword Fern | Scientific Name: Nephrolepis biserrata | Family: Dryopteridaceae Boston Fern | Scientific Name: Nephrolepis exalta bostoniensis | Family: Dryopteridaceae Bottle Palm (Elephant-foot Tree, Pony Tail Plant) | Scientific Name: Beaucarnea recurvata | Family: Agavaceae Bottle Palm 2 (Elephant-foot Tree, Pony Tail Plant) | Scientific Name: Nolina tuberculata | Family: Agavaceae Bottlebrush (Weeping Bottlebrush, Prickly Bottlebrush, Crimson Bottlebrush) | Scientific Name: Callistemon species | Family: Myrtaceae Brazilian Orchid | Scientific Name: Sophronitis | Family: Orchidaceae Bride’s Bonnet (Queencup) | Scientific Name: Clintonia uniflora | Family: Liliaceae Bristly Greenbrier (Hagbrier, Hellfetter) | Scientific Name: Smilax hispida | Family: Liliaceae Brodiaea Pulchella (Wild Hyacinth, Blue-dicks) | Scientific Name: Dichelostemma pulchellum | Family: Amaryllidaceae Broom Hickory (Big Shellbark Hickory, Shellbark Hickory) | Scientific Name: Carya laciniosa | Family: Juglandaceae Bullbrier (Catbrier, Horsebrier, Common Greenbrier) | Scientific Name: Smilax rotundifolia | Family: Liliaceae Bur Gourd (Goareberry Gourd, Gooseberry Gourd, West Indian Gherkin) | Scientific Name: Cucumis anguria | Family: Cucurbitaceae Burro’s Tail (Horse’s Tail, Donkey’s Tail, Lamb’s Tail) | Scientific Name: Sedum morganianum | Family: Crassulaceae Buttercup Squash | Scientific Name: Cucurbita maxima cv buttercup | Family: Cucurbitaceae Butterfly Ginger (White Ginger, Cinnamon Jasmine, Garland Flower, Ginger Lily) | Scientific Name: Hedychium coronarium | Butterfly Iris (Spuria Iris, Iris) | Scientific Name: Iris spruria | Family: Iridaceae Butterfly Squash | Scientific Name: Cucurbita maxima cv butterfly | Family: Cucurbitaceae Buzzy Lizzie (Giant Touch-Me-Not, Impatience Plant, Patient Lucy, Patient Plant, Tangerine Impatience) | Scientific Name: Impatiens spp. | Family: Balsaminaceae Caeroba (Rattle Snake Plant, Peacock Plant, Zebra Plant) | Scientific Name: Calathea insignis | Family: Marantaceae Calathea Lancifolia | Scientific Name: Calathea lancifolia | Family: Marantaceae Calathea Lancifolia 2 | Scientific Name: Maranta insignis | Family: Marantaceae Calathea Lancifolia 3 | Scientific Name: Calathea insignis | Family: Marantaceae California Pitcher Plant (Cobra Orchid, Cobra Plant, Cobra Lily, Chrysamphora) | Scientific Name: Darlingtonia californica | Family: Sarraceniaceae Callistemon Brachyandrus (Weeping Bottlebrush, Prickly Bottlebrush, Crimson Bottlebrush, Bottlebrush, Callistemon brachyandrus) | Scientific Name: Callistemon species | Family: Myrtaceae Callistemon citrinus (Crimson Bottlebrush) | Scientific Name: Callistemon citrinus | Family: Myrtaceae Callistemon viminalis (Weeping Bottlebrush, Prickly Bottlebrush, Crimson Bottlebrush) | Scientific Name: Callistemon viminalis | Family: Myrtaceae Calochortus nuttalli (Sego Lily, Star Tulip, Mariposa Lily, Cat Ear, Butterfly Tulip) | Scientific Name: Calochortus nuttalli | Family: Liliaceae Calochortus nuttalli 2 (Sego Lily, Star Tulip, Mariposa Lily, Cat Ear, Butterfly Tulip) | Scientific Name: Calochortus luteus | Family: Liliaceae Camellia (Common Camellia, Peony Camellia) | Scientific Name: Camellia japonica | Family: Theaceae Canada Hemlock | Scientific Name: Tsuga canadensis | Family: Pinaceae Canary Date Palm | Scientific Name: Phoenix canariensis | Family: Palmae Candle Plant | Scientific Name: Plectranthus coleoides | Family: Labiatae Candycorn Plant | Scientific Name: Hypocyrta nummularia | Family: Gesneriaceae Cane Palm (Golden Butterfly Palm, Areca Palm, Golden Feather Palm, Yellow Palm) | Scientific Name: Dypsis lutescens, chrysalidocarpus lutescens (alternate scientific name) | Family: Palmae Canna Lily (Common Garden Canna) | Scientific Name: Canna generalis | Family: Cannaceae Canterbury-bell | Scientific Name: Gloxinia perennis | Family: Gesneriaceae Cape Marigold (African Daisy) | Scientific Name: Dimorphotheca pluvialis | Family: Compositae Cape Primrose (Twisted Fruit, Bavarian Belle) | Scientific Name: Streptocarpus spp. | Family: Gesneriaceae Carob (Sugar Pod, Locust Pods, Algaroba, Carob Tree Kharoub, Beans) | Scientific Name: Ceratonia siliqua | Family: Fabaceae Caroba (Caaroba, Carob Tree, Carobhina, Bignonia) | Scientific Name: Jacaranda procera | Family: Bignoniaceae Carolina Hemlock | Scientific Name: Tsuga caroliniana | Family: Pinaceae Carrion Flower (Jacob’s Ladder) | Scientific Name: Smilax herbacea | Family: Liliaceae Carrion Flower 2 (Hairy Toad Plant) | Scientific Name: Stapelia hirsata | Family: Asclepiadaceae Carrot Fern | Scientific Name: Onychium japonica | Family: Polypodiaceae Carrot Flower (Garden Carrot) | Scientific Name: Daucus carota var. sativa | Family: Umbelliferae Casaba Melon (Honeydew Melon, True Cantaloupe, Muskmelon) | Scientific Name: Cucumis melo | Family: Cucurbitaceae Cast Iron Plant (Bar Room Plant, Iron Plant, Variegated Cast Iron Plant) | Scientific Name: Aspidistra elatior | Family: Liliaceae Cat Brier (China Root, Ti-hu-ling, Shiny Leaf Smilax) | Scientific Name: Smilax glabra | Family: Liliaceae Cat Ear (Sego Lily, Star Tulip, Mariposa Lily, Cat Ear, Butterfly Tulip, Calochortus) | Scientific Name: Calochortus nuttalli; Calochortus luteus | Family: Liliaceae Cattleya Labiata (Crimson Cattleya, Ruby-lipped Cattleya) | Scientific Name: Cattleya labiata | Family: Orchidaceae Celosia Globosa (Globe Amarantha, Perpetua) | Scientific Name: Celosia globosa | Family: Amaranthaceae Celosia Plumosa (Cockscomb) | Scientific Name: Celosia plumosa | Family: Amaranthaceae Celosia Spicata (Flamingo Feather) | Scientific Name: Celosia spicata | Family: Amaranthaceae Chamaedorea (Miniature Fish Tail Dwarf Palm, Parlor Palm, Good Luck Palm) | Scientific Name: Chamaedorea elegans | Family: Palmae Chaparral (Creosote Bush, Greasewood) | Scientific Name: Larrea tridentata | Family: Zygophyllaceae Chenille Plant (Philippine Medusa, Foxtail, Red-hot Cat Tail) | Scientific Name: Acalypha hispida | Family: Euphorbiaceae Chestnut (American Chestnut) | Scientific Name: Castanea dentata | Family: Fagaceae Chicken-Gizzard (Joseph’s Coat, Bloodleaf Plant) | Scientific Name: Iresine herbstii | Family: Amaranthaceae Chickens and Hens (Hens and Chickens, Mother Hens and Chicks) | Scientific Name: Echeveria elegans | Family: Crassulaceae Chin-lao-shu (China Root, Ti-hu-ling, Shiny Leaf Smilax, Catbrier) | Scientific Name: Smilax glabra | Family: Liliaceae China Aster (Annual Aster, Aster Sinensis) | Scientific Name: Callistephus chinensis | Family: Compositae China Root (Catbrier, Ti-hu-ling, Shiny Leaf Smilax) | Scientific Name: Smilax glabra | Family: Liliaceae Chinese Plumbago | Scientific Name: Ceratostigma willmottianum | Family: Plumbaginaceae Chlorophytum (Ribbon Plant, Spider Ivy, Spider Plant) | Scientific Name: Anthericum comosum | Family: Liliaceae Chlorophytum bichetti (Saint Bernard’s Lily) | Scientific Name: Chlorophytum bichetti | Family: Liliaceae Chocolate Soldier (Lace-Flower Vine, Episcia) | Scientific Name: Episcia dianthiflora | Family: Gesneriaceae Christmas Cactus (Easter Cactus) | Scientific Name: Schlumbergera bridgesii | Family: Cactaceae Christmas Dagger (Christmas Dagger Fern) | Scientific Name: Polystichum acrostichoides | Family: Dryopteridaceae Christmas Orchid (Winter Cattleya) | Scientific Name: Cattleya trianaei | Family: Orchidaceae Christmas Palm (Dwarf Royal Palm, Manila Palm) | Scientific Name: Veitchia merrillii | Family: Arecaceae Cinnamon | Scientific Name: Cinnamonium | Family: Lauraceae Cinquefoil (Silver Cinquefoil, Shrubby Cinquefoil, Rough Cinquefoil, Sulfur Cinquefoil, Rock Cinquefoil) | Scientific Name: Potentilla spp. | Family: Rosaceae Cirrhopetalum (Old World Orchid) | Scientific Name: Bulbophyllum appendiculatum | Family: Orchidaceae Clearweed (Coolwort, Richweed) | Scientific Name: Pilea pumila | Family: Urticaceae Cliff Brake (Button Fern, Green Cliff Brack, Cliff Break) | Scientific Name: Pellaea rotundifolia | Family: Pteridaceae Club Moss (Cushion Moss, Irish Moss, Krauss’ Spikemoss, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss) | Scientific Name: Selaginella kraussiana | Family: Selaginellaceae Cocks Comb (Pile Wort, Lady Bleeding, Red Cocks Comb) | Scientific Name: Amaranthus hypochondriacus | Family: Amaranthaceae Cocktail Orchid | Scientific Name: Cattleya forbesii | Family: Orchidaceae Collinia Elegans (Miniature Fish Tail Dwarf Palm, Parlor Palm, Good Luck Palm) | Scientific Name: Chamaedorea elegans | Family: Palmae Common Camellia (Camellia, Peony Camellia) | Scientific Name: Camellia japonica; Thea japonica | Family: Theaceae Common Catbrier (Catbrier, Horsebrier, Common Greenbrier) | Scientific Name: Smilax rotundifolia | Family: Liliaceae Common Garden Canna (Common Garden Canna) | Scientific Name: Canna generalis | Family: Cannaceae Common Greenbrier (Catbrier, Horsebrier, Common Greenbrier) | Scientific Name: Smilax rotundifolia | Family: Liliaceae Common Snapdragon (Garden Snapdragon) | Scientific Name: Antirrhinum majus | Family: Scrophulariaceae Common Staghorn Fern | Scientific Name: Platycerium bifurcatum | Family: Polypodiaceae Confederate Jasmine (Star Jasmine) | Scientific Name: Trachelospermum jasminoides | Coolwort (Clearweed, Richweed) | Scientific Name: Pilea pumila | Family: Urticaceae Copper Rose | Scientific Name: Echeveria multicaulis | Family: Crassulaceae Copperleaf (Lance Copperleaf) | Scientific Name: Acalypha godseffiana | Family: Euphorbiaceae Coral Bells (Coral Bells, Heuchera) | Scientific Name: Heuchera sanguinea | Family: Saxifragaceae Coreopsis (Tickseed) | Scientific Name: Coreopsis | Family: Compositae Cornflower (Bachelor’s Buttons, Bluebottle) | Scientific Name: Centaurea cyanus | Family: Asteraceae Crape Myrtle (Crepe Myrtle) | Scientific Name: Lagerstroemia indica | Family: Lythraceae Creeping Charlie (Swedish Ivy (Plectranthus)) | Scientific Name: Pilea nummulariifolia | Family: Pilea: Uriticaeae; Plectranthus: Lamiaceae Creeping Gloxinia (Maurandya) | Scientific Name: Asarina erubescens | Family: Scrophulariaceae Creeping Mahonia (Tall Mahonia, Mountain Grape, Oregon Grape, Oregon Holly, Holly-leaved Barberry) | Scientific Name: Mahonia aquifolium | Family: Berberidaceae Creeping Pilea (Swedish Ivy (Plectranthus), Creeping Charlie) | Scientific Name: Pilea nummulariifolia | Family: Pilea: Uriticaeae; Plectranthus: Lamiaceae Creeping Rubus (Strawberryleaf Raspberry) | Scientific Name: Rubus pedatus | Family: Rosaceae Creeping Zinnia | Scientific Name: Sanvitalia species | Family: Asteraceae Crepe Myrtle (Crape Myrtle) | Scientific Name: Lagerstroemia indica | Family: Lythraceae Crimson Bottlebush (Weeping Bottlebrush, Prickly Bottlebrush, Bottlebrush) | Scientific Name: Callistemon species | Family: Myrtaceae Crimson Cup (Marbled fingernail,Blushing bromeliad, Ossifragi Vase, Miniature Marble plant, Aregelia) | Scientific Name: Neoregalia spp. | Family: Bromiliaceae Crisped Feather Fern (Bold-Sword Fern) | Scientific Name: Nephrolepis biserrata | Family: Dryopteridaceae Crossandra | Scientific Name: Crossandra species | Family: Acanthaceae Cucumber (Garden Cucumber) | Scientific Name: Cucumis sativa | Family: Cucurbitaceae Cushion Moss (Club Moss, Irish Moss, Krauss’ Spikemoss, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss) | Scientific Name: Selaginella kraussiana | Family: Selaginellaceae Cushon Aloe | Scientific Name: Aloe retusa | Family: Aloaceae Cyrtudeira (Flame African Violet, Frosty, Flame, Moss agate, Lady Lou, Red African Violet, Acajou) | Scientific Name: Episcia reptans | Family: Gesneriaceae Dainty Rabbits-Foot Fern (Lacy Paw, Lacy Hare’s Foot) | Scientific Name: Davallia fejeensis | Family: Davalliaceae Dallas Fern (Bold Sword Fern) | Scientific Name: Nephrolepis biserrata | Family: Dryopteridaceae Dancing Doll Orchid | Scientific Name: Oncidium flexuosum | Family: Orchidaceae Day Lilies (many varieties) | Scientific Name: Hemerocallis spp. | Family: Liliaceae Desert Trumpet | Scientific Name: Eriogonium inflatum | Family: Polygonaceae Dichelostemma (Several varieties) | Scientific Name: Dichelostemma species | Family: Amaryllidaceae Dichorisandra Reginae (Queen’s Spiderwort) | Scientific Name: Dichorisandra reginae | Family: Commelinaceae Dinteranthus Vanzylii | Scientific Name: Dinteranthus | Family: Aizoaceae Duffii Fern (Duffy Fern, Lemon Button Fern) | Scientific Name: Nephrolepsis cordifolia ‘duffii’ | Family: Nephrolepidaceae Dwarf Date Palm | Scientific Name: Phoenix acaulis | Family: Palmae Dwarf Feather Palm | Scientific Name: Nephrolepis exaltata | Family: Nephrolepidaceae Dwarf Palm (Good Luck palm, Parlor palm) | Scientific Name: Chamaedorea elegans | Family: Palmae Dwarf Rose-Stripe Star | Scientific Name: Cryptanthus bivattus minor | Family: Bromelaceae Dwarf Royal Palm | Scientific Name: Veitchia merillii | Family: Arecaceae Dwarf Whitman Fern | Scientific Name: Nephrolepsis cordifolia plumosa | Family: Nephrolepidaceae Earth Star (Starfish plant, Green earth star, Vary-leaf star) | Scientific Name: Cryptanthus bivattus minor | Family: Bromeliaceae Easter Cattleya (Easter Orchid) | Scientific Name: Cattleya mossiae | Family: Orchidaceae Easter Daisy | Scientific Name: Townsendia sevicea | Family: Asteraceae Easter Lily | Scientific Name: Lilium longiflorum | Family: Liliaceae Easter Lily Cactus | Scientific Name: Echinopsis multiplex | Family: Cactaceae Easter Orchid (Easter Cattleya) | Scientific Name: Cattleya mossiae | Family: Orchidaceae Edible Banana | Scientific Name: Musa acuminata | Family: Musaceae Elephant-Ear Begonia | Scientific Name: Begonia scharfii | Family: Begoniaceae Emerald Ripple Peperomia (Green ripple peperomia, Little fantasy peperpmia) | Scientific Name: Peperomia caperata | Family: Piperaceae English Hawthorn (Midland hawthorn, Smooth hawthorn) | Scientific Name: Crataegus laevigata | Family: Rosaceae Episcia (Lace-Flower Vine, Chocolate Soldier) | Scientific Name: Episcia dianthiflora | Family: Gesneriaceae Fairy Fountain (Feathered Amaranth, Woolflower) | Scientific Name: Celosia cristata | Family: Amaranthaeceae False Aralia | Scientific Name: Dizygotheca elegantissima | Family: Araliaceae Fan Tufted Palm (Lady Palm) | Scientific Name: Rhapis flabelliformis | Family: Araceae Feather Palm | Scientific Name: Nephrolepis exaltata | Family: Nephrolepidaceae Fiery Reed Orchid | Scientific Name: Epidendrum ibaguense | Family: Orchidaceae Fig Leaf Gourd (Malabar Gourd) | Scientific Name: Cucurbita ficifolia | Family: Cucurbitaceae Figleaf Palm (Formosa rice tree, Glossy-leaved paper plant, Big-leaf paper plant) | Scientific Name: Fatsia japonica | Family: Araliaceae Fingernail Plant | Scientific Name: Neoregelia spectabilis | Family: Bromeliaceae Fire Weed (Blooming Sally, Great Willow-Herb) | Scientific Name: Epilobium angustifolium | Family: Onagraceae Fish Tail Fern | Scientific Name: Cyrtomium falcatum | Family: Polypodaceae Flame African Violet (Flame violet, Red violet) | Scientific Name: Episcia reptans | Family: Gesneriaceae Flame of the Woods (Maui sunset) | Scientific Name: Ixora coccinea | Family: Rubiaceae Flamingo Plant (Polka Dot Plant, Measles Plant, Baby鈥檚 Tears, Freckle Face) | Scientific Name: Hypoestes phyllostachya | Family: Acanthaceae Florida Butterfly Orchid (Scarlet Orchid) | Scientific Name: Epidendrum tampense | Family: Orchidaceae Florida Butterfly Orchid (Butterfly orchid) | Scientific Name: Encyclia tampensis | Family: Orchidaceae Fluffy Ruffles | Scientific Name: Nephrolepsis exalta | Forster Sentry Palm (Kentia palm) | Scientific Name: Howea forsteriana | Family: Howea forsteriana Fortunes Palm (Chusan palm) | Scientific Name: Trachycarpus fortunei | Family: Palmae Freckle Face (Polka Dot Plant, Measles Plant, Flamingo Plant, Baby鈥檚 Tears) | Scientific Name: Hypoestes phyllostachya | Family: Acanthaceae Friendship Plant | Scientific Name: Pilea involucrata | Family: Pilaceae Garden Marigold (Marigold, Mary Bud, Gold bloom, Pot marigold) | Scientific Name: Calendula officinalis | Family: Compositae Garden Snapdragon | Scientific Name: Antirrhinum majus | Family: Scrophulariaceae Gerber Daisy (Transvaal Daisy, African Daisy, Veldt Daisy, Gerbera Daisy, Barberton Daisy) | Scientific Name: Gerbera jamesonii | Family: Compositae German Violet (Arabian gentian, Persian violet) | Scientific Name: Exacum affine | Family: Gentianaceae Gherkins (Immature cucumbers) | Scientific Name: Cucumis sativus | Family: Cucurbitaceae Ghost Leafless Orchid (Leafless ghost orchid) | Scientific Name: Polyrrhiza lindenii | Family: Orchidaceae Ghost Plant (Mother of pearl plant) | Scientific Name: Secum weinbergii | Family: Crassulaceae Giant Aster | Scientific Name: Townsendia sericea | Family: Asteraceae Giant Holly Fern (Sword fern, Wester sword, imbricate sword fern) | Scientific Name: Ploystichum munitum | Family: Polypodaceae Giant Touch-Me-Not (Buzzy Lizzie, Impatience Plant, Patient Lucy, Patient Plant, Tangerine Impatience) | Scientific Name: Impatiens spp. | Family: Balsaminaceae Giant White Inch Plant | Scientific Name: Albiflora | Family: Commelinaceae Gibasis Geniculata (Tahitian bridal veil) | Scientific Name: Tradescantia multiflora | Family: Commelinaceae Globe Thistle | Scientific Name: Echinops | Family: Asteraceae Gloxinia | Scientific Name: Sinningia speciosa | Family: Gesneriaceae Gold Bloom (Marigold, Mary Bud, Garden Marigold, Pot Marigold) | Scientific Name: Calendula officinalis | Family: Compositae Gold-Fish Plant (Candy Corn Plant) | Scientific Name: Hypocyrta nummularia | Family: Gesneriaceae Golden Bells (Forsythia) | Scientific Name: Oleaceae | Golden Butterfly Palm (Areca Palm, Cane Palm, Golden Feather Palm, Yellow Palm) | Scientific Name: Dypsis lutescens | Family: Palmae Golden Lace Orchid (Jewel Orchid) | Scientific Name: Haemaria discolor | Family: Orchidaceae Golden Shower Orchid | Scientific Name: Oncidium sphacelatum | Family: Orchidaceae Good Luck Palm (Dwarf Palm, Parlor Palm) | Scientific Name: Chamaedorea elegans | Family: Palmae Grape Hyacinth | Scientific Name: Muscari armeniacum | Family: Liliaceae Grape Ivy (Venezuela treebine) | Scientific Name: Cissus rhombifolia | Family: Vitaceae Great Willow Herb (Blooming Sally, Fire Weed) | Scientific Name: Epilobium angustifolium | Family: Onagraceae Green Ripple Peperomia (Emerald Ripple Peperomia, Little Fantasy Peperpmia) | Scientific Name: Peperomia caperata | Family: Piperaceae Greenbrier (China Root, Ti-hu-ling, Shiny Leaf Smilax, cat brier) | Scientific Name: Smilax glabra | Family: Liliaceae Hagbrier (Hellfetter) | Scientific Name: Smilax hispida | Family: Liliaceae Hardy Baby Tears (Stonecrop) | Scientific Name: Sedum album | Family: Crassulaceae Hardy Gloxinia | Scientific Name: Incarvillea | Family: Bignoniaceae Hare Fern (Rabbit’s Foot Fern, Squirrel Foot Fern, Deer Foot Fern, Ball Fern) | Scientific Name: Davallia spp. | Family: Polypodiaceae Haworthia (Many cultivars) | Scientific Name: Haworthia species | Family: Liliaceae Haws (Pirliteiro) | Scientific Name: Crataegus species | Family: Rosaceae Haws Apple (Haws, Hawthorn) | Scientific Name: Crataegus species | Family: Rosaceae Hawthorn (Haws, Haws Apple) | Scientific Name: Crataegus species | Family: Rosaceae Hedgehog Gourd (Teasel Gourd) | Scientific Name: Cucumis dipsaceus | Family: Cucurbitaceae Hellfetter (Hellfetter) | Scientific Name: Smilax hispida | Family: Liliaceae Hemlock Tree (Many varieties) | Scientific Name: Tsuga species | Family: Pinaceae Hen and Chickens Fern (King and queen fern, Spleenwort, Parsley fern) | Scientific Name: Asplenium bulbiferum | Family: Polypodaceae Hens and Chickens (Chickens and Hens, Mother Hens and Chicks) | Scientific Name: Echeveria elegans | Family: Crassulaceae Hindu Rope Plant | Scientific Name: Hoya carnosa ‘krinkle kurl’ | Family: Asclepiadaceae Holligold (Marigold, Mary Bud, Gold Bloom, Pot Marigold, Garden Marigold) | Scientific Name: Calendula officinalis | Family: Compositae Holly Fern (Fishtail Fern) | Scientific Name: Cyrtomium falcatum | Family: Polypodaceae Hollyhock | Scientific Name: Althea rosea | Family: Malvaceae Honey Locust | Scientific Name: Gleditsia triacanthos | Family: Fabaceae Honey Plant (Wax Plant) | Scientific Name: Hoya carnosa | Family: Asclepiadaceae Honeydew Melon (Casaba Melon) | Scientific Name: Cucumis melo | Family: Cucurbitaceae Honeysuckle Fuchsia | Scientific Name: Fuchsia triphylla | Family: Onagraceae Hookera pulchella (Wild Hyacinth, Blue-Dicks) | Scientific Name: Dichelostemma pulchellum | Family: Amaryllidaceae Hubbard Squash | Scientific Name: Cucurbita maxima var. hubbard | Family: Cucurbitaceae Hypocyrta (Candy Corn Plant, Goldfish Plant) | Scientific Name: Hypocyrta nummularia | Family: Gesneriaceae Ice Plant | Scientific Name: Lampranthus piquet | Family: Aizoaceae Impatience Plant (Giant Touch-Me-Not, Buzzy Lizzy, Patient Lucy, Patient Plant, Tangerine Impatience) | Scientific Name: Impatiens spp. | Family: Balsaminaceae Irish Moss (Club Moss, Cushion Moss, Krauss’ Spikemoss, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss) | Scientific Name: Selaginella kraussiana | Family: Selaginellaceae Iron Cross Begonia | Scientific Name: Begonia masoniana | Iron Tree (Maui Sunset, Flame of the Woods) | Scientific Name: Ixora coccinea | Family: Rubiaceae Ivy Peperomia (Plantinum Peperomia, Silver leaf Peperomia, Ivy leaf Peperomia) | Scientific Name: Peperomia griseoargentea | Family: Piperaceae Jackson Brier | Scientific Name: Smilax lanceolata | Family: Liliaceae Jacob’s Ladder (Carrion Flower) | Scientific Name: Smilax herbacea | Family: Liliaceae Japanese Aralia (Formosa rice tree, Glossy-leaved paper plant, Big-leaf paper plant) | Scientific Name: Fatsia japonica | Family: Araliaceae Japanese Holly Fern (Fishtail Fern, Holly Fern) | Scientific Name: Cyrtomium falcatum | Family: Polypodaceae Japanese Moss (Club Moss, Cushion Moss, Krauss’ Spikemoss, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss, Irish Moss) | Scientific Name: Selaginella kraussiana | Family: Selaginellaceae Japanese Pittosporum (Australian laurel, Mock orange) | Scientific Name: Pittosporum tobira | Family: Pittosporaceae Japanese Show Lily | Scientific Name: Lilium speciosum | Family: Liliaceae Jasmine | Scientific Name: Jasminium species | Family: Mimosaceae Jewel Orchid (Golden Lace Orchid) | Scientific Name: Haemaria discolor | Family: Orchidaceae Joseph’s Coat (Chicken Gizzard, Yellow Bloodleaf, Bloodleaf) | Scientific Name: Iresine herbstii | Family: Amaranthaceae Jungle Geranium | Scientific Name: Ixora javanica | Family: Rubiaceae Kaempferia (Peacock Ginger) | Scientific Name: Kaempferia | Family: Zingiberaceae Kahali Ginger | Scientific Name: Hedychium gardnerianum | Kenilworth Ivy (Coliseum Ivy) | Scientific Name: Cymbalaria muralis | Family: Scrophulariaceae Kentia Palm (Forster Senty Palm) | Scientific Name: Howea forsteriana | Family: Howea forsteriana Kenya Violet (Usambra violet) | Scientific Name: Santpaulia confusa | Family: Gesneraceae Kharoub (Carob Tree, Sugar Pods, Locust Pods, Beans) | Scientific Name: Ceratonia siliqua | King Nut | Scientific Name: Carya laciniosa | Family: Juglandaceae King and Queen Fern (Hen and Chickens Fern, Spleenwort, Parsley fern) | Scientific Name: Asplenium bulbiferum | Family: Polypodaceae King of the Forest (Golden Jewel Orchid) | Scientific Name: Anoectuchilus setaceus | Family: Orchidaceae Kuang-yen-pa-hsieh (China Root, Ti-hu-ling, Shiny Leaf Smilax, Cat Brier) | Scientific Name: Smilax glabra | Family: Liliaceae Lace Flower Vine (Chocolate Soldier) | Scientific Name: Episcia dianthiflora | Family: Gesneriaceae Lace Orchid | Scientific Name: Odontoglossum crispum | Family: Orchidaceae Ladies Ear Drops | Scientific Name: Fuchsia | Family: Onagraceae Lady Lou (Flame Violet, Red Violet, Flame African Violet) | Scientific Name: Episcia reptans | Family: Gesneriaceae Lady Palm | Scientific Name: Rhapis flabelliformus | Family: Arecaceae Lady Slipper (Giant Touch-Me-Not, Buzzy Lizzy, Patient Lucy, Patient Plant, Tangerine Impatience, Impatience Plant) | Scientific Name: Impatiens spp. | Family: Balsaminaceae Lagerstroemia Indica (Crepe/Crape Myrtle) | Scientific Name: Lagerstroemia indica | Family: Lythraceae Lance Pleomele | Scientific Name: Dracaena | Family: Rusaceae Laurel-Leaved Greenbrier (Blaspheme vine, Bamboo Vine) | Scientific Name: Smilax laurifolia | Family: Liliaceae Leather Peperomia | Scientific Name: Peperomia crassifolia | Leopard Lily | Scientific Name: Lachenalia lilacina | Family: Hyacinthaceae Leopard Orchid (Tiger Orchid) | Scientific Name: Dendrobium gracilicaule | Family: Orchidaceae Lesser Snapdragon | Scientific Name: Antirrhinum orontium | Family: Mimosaceae Lily | Scientific Name: Lilium species | Family: Liliaceae Lily of the Valley Orchid | Scientific Name: Odontoglossum pulchellum | Family: Orchidaceae Linden | Scientific Name: Tilia americana | Family: Tiliaceae Lipstick Plant | Scientific Name: Aeschynanthus humilis | Family: Gesneraceae Little Fantasy Peperomia (Green Ripple Peperomia, Emerald Ripple Peperomia) | Scientific Name: Peperomia caperata | Family: Piperaceae Little Zebra Plant | Scientific Name: Haworthia subfasciata | Family: Aloaceae Living Rock Cactus (African living rock, Mimicry plant) | Scientific Name: Pleiospilos bolusii | Family: Aizoaceae Living Stones (Kiawe, Mesquite) | Scientific Name: Lithops naureeniae | Family: Aizoaceae Locust Pods (Carob Tree, Sugar Pods, Kharoub, Beans) | Scientific Name: Ceratonia siliqua | Madagascar Jasmine (Wax Flower, Bride’s Flower, Clustered Wax Flower) | Scientific Name: Stephanotis floribunda | Family: Ascleopiadaceae Magnolia Bush (Star Magnolia) | Scientific Name: Magnolia stellata | Family: Magnoliaceae Mahonia (Oregon Grape, Oregon Grape Holly, Mahonia aguifolium, Holly-leaved berry) | Scientific Name: Mahonia aquifolium | Family: Berberidaceae Majesty Palm (Majestic Palm) | Scientific Name: Ravenea rivularis | Family: Aracaceae Malabar Gourd (Fig-leaf gourd) | Scientific Name: Cucurbita ficifolia | Family: Cucurbitaceae Malaysian Dracaema (Song of India) | Scientific Name: Pleomele reflexa | Family: Rusaceae Manila Palm (Dwarf Royal Palm, Christmas Palm) | Scientific Name: Veitchia merrillii | Family: Arecaceae Mapleleaf Begonia | Scientific Name: Begonia cleopatra | Family: Begoniaceae Maranta | Scientific Name: Calathea insignis | Family: Marantaceae Marbled Fingernail (Fingernail Plant) | Scientific Name: Neoregelia spectabilis | Family: Bromeliaceae Mariposa Lily (Sego Lily) | Scientific Name: Calochortus gunnisonii | Family: Liliaceae Maroon (Copper Rose) | Scientific Name: Echeveria multicaulis | Family: Crassulaceae Maroon Chenille Plant (Blue Echeveria, Painted Lady, Copper Rose, Wax Rosette, Plush Plant) | Scientific Name: Echeveria derenbergii | Family: Crassulaceae Mary-Bud (Marigold, Garden Marigold, Gold bloom, Pot Marigold) | Scientific Name: Calendula officinalis | Family: Compositae Measles Plant (Polka Dot Plant, Flamingo Plant, Baby鈥檚 Tears, Freckle Face) | Scientific Name: Acantha | Family: Acanthaceae Metallic Leaf Begonia | Scientific Name: Begonia metallica | Family: Begoniaceae Metallic Peperomia | Scientific Name: Peperomia caperata | Family: Piperaceae Mexican Firecracker | Scientific Name: Echeveria Pulinata | Family: Crassulaceae Mexican Rosettes | Scientific Name: Echevaria | Family: Crassulaceae Mexican Snowballs | Scientific Name: Echevaria | Family: Crassulaceae Miniature Date Palm (Pygmy Date Palm, Robellini Palm) | Scientific Name: Phoenix robellinii | Family: Arecaceae Miniature Fish Tail (Parlor Palm) | Scientific Name: Chamaedorea elegans | Family: Palmae Miniature Maranta | Scientific Name: Calathea micans | Family: Saxifragaceae Miniature Marble Plant | Scientific Name: Neoregelia spectabilis | Family: Bromeliaceae Mistletoe Cactus | Scientific Name: Rhipsalis cassutha | Family: Cactaceae Mockernut Hickory (Squarenut) | Scientific Name: Carya tomentosa | Family: Juglandaceae Mosaic Plant (Jewel Plant, Siver Nerve, Nerve Plant, Silver Threads) | Scientific Name: Bertolonia mosaica | Family: Melostomataceae and Acanthaceae Mosaic Vase | Scientific Name: Guzmania musaica | Family: Bromeliaceae Moss Agate (Flame Violet, Red Violet, Flame African Violet, Lady Lou) | Scientific Name: Episcia reptans | Family: Gesneriaceae Moss Campion (Bladder Campion, Cushion Pink, Dwarf Silene, Catchfly) | Scientific Name: Silene acaulis | Moss Fern (Club Moss, Irish Moss, Krauss’ Spikemoss, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss, Cushion Moss) | Scientific Name: Selaginella kraussiana | Family: Selaginellaceae Moss Phlox | Scientific Name: Phlox subulata | Family: Polemoniaceae Mossy Campion (Bladder Campion, Cushion Pink, Dwarf Silene, Catchfly, Moss Campion) | Scientific Name: Silene acaulis | Mother Fern (King and Queen Fern, Spleenwort, Parsley Fern, Hen and Chickens Fern) | Scientific Name: Asplenium bulbiferum | Family: Polypodaceae Mother Spleenwort (King and Queen Fern, Spleenwort, Parsley Fern, Hen and Chickens Fern, Mother Fern) | Scientific Name: Asplenium bulbiferum | Family: Polypodaceae Mother of Pearl (Ghost Plant) | Scientific Name: Secum weinbergii | Family: Crassulaceae Mountain Camellia (Showy Camellia) | Scientific Name: Stewartia ovata | Family: Theaceae Mountain Grape (Oregon Grape, Oregon Grape Holly, Mahonia Aguifolium, Holly-Leaved Berry, Mahonia) | Scientific Name: Mahonia aquifolium | Family: Berberidaceae Mulberry Bush Greenbrier | Scientific Name: Smilax sp. | Family: Liliaceae Mulberry Tree | Scientific Name: Morus sp. | Family: Moraceae Musa Paradisiaca (Banana, Edible Banana, Plantain) | Scientific Name: Musa acuminata | Family: Musaceae Muscari Armeniacum (Grape Hyacinth) | Scientific Name: Muscari armeniacum | Family: Hyacinthaceae Muskmelon | Scientific Name: Cucumis melo | Family: Cucurbiaceae Nasturtium | Scientific Name: Tropaeolum majus | Family: Tropaeolaceae Natal Plum | Scientific Name: Carissa grandiflora | Family: Apocynaceae Neanthe Bella Palm (Neanthebella) | Scientific Name: Chamaedorea elegans | Family: Araceae Nematanthus spp. (Candy Corn Plant) | Scientific Name: Hypocyrta nummularia | Family: Gesneriaceae Neoregelia (Crimson Cup, Marbled Fingernail, Blushing Bromeliad, Ossifragi Vase, Miniature Marble Plant, Aregelia) | Scientific Name: Neoregalia spp. | Family: Bromiliaceae Nerve Plant (Jewel Plant, Siver Nerve, Mosaic Plant, Silver Threads) | Scientific Name: Bertolonia mosaica | Family: Melostomataceae and Acanthaceae Night Blooming Cereus (Queen of the Night, Pitaya, Honolulu Queen) | Scientific Name: Hylocereus undatus | Family: Cactaceae Old Man Cactus | Scientific Name: Cephalocereus senilis | Family: Cactaceae Old World Orchid (Cirrhopetalum) | Scientific Name: Bulbophyllum appendiculatum | Family: Orchidaceae Orange Day Lily | Scientific Name: Hemerocallis graminea | Family: Liliaceae Orange Star | Scientific Name: Guzmania lingulata minor | Family: Bromeliaceae Oregon Grape (Mountain Grape, Oregon Grape Holly, Mahonia Aguifolium, Holly-Leaved Berry, Mahonia) | Scientific Name: Mahonia aquifolium | Family: Berberidaceae Ossifragi Vase (Crimson Cup, Marbled Fingernail, Blushing Bromeliad, Neoregelia, Miniature Marble Plant, Aregelia) | Scientific Name: Neoregalia spp. | Family: Bromiliaceae Paddys Wig (Japanese moss, Peace-in-the-home, Corsican Carpet, Angel’s Tears, Irish Moss, Mind-your-own-business, Pollyanna vine) | Scientific Name: Soleirolia soleirolii | Family: Urticaceae Painted Lady (Copper Rose) | Scientific Name: Echeveria multicaulis | Family: Crassulaceae Pampas Grass | Scientific Name: Cortaderia selloana | Family: Poaceae Panamiga (Friendship Plant) | Scientific Name: Pilea involucrata | Family: Urticaceae Pansy Orchid | Scientific Name: Miltonia roezlii alba | Family: Orchidaceae Paradise Palm (Kentia palm, Forster Senty Palm) | Scientific Name: Howea forsteriana | Family: Howea forsteriana Parlor Palm (Miniature Fish Tail Dwarf Palm, Good Luck Palm, Bamboo Palm) | Scientific Name: Chamaedorea elegans | Family: Palmae Parsley Fern (King and Queen Fern, Spleenwort, Mother Fern, Hen and Chickens Fern) | Scientific Name: Asplenium bulbiferum | Family: Polypodaceae Patient Lucy (Giant Touch-Me-Not, Impatience Plant, Patient Plant, Tangerine Impatience, Buzzy Lizzie) | Scientific Name: Impatiens spp. | Family: Balsaminaceae Patient Plant (Giant Touch-Me-Not, Impatience Plant, Patient Lucy, Tangerine Impatience, Buzzy Lizzie) | Scientific Name: Impatiens spp. | Family: Balsaminaceae Peace Begonia | Scientific Name: Begonia rex ‘peace’ | Family: Begoniaceae Peacock Plant (Peacock Ginger, Kaempferia) | Scientific Name: Kaempferia | Family: Zingiberaceae Pearl Plant | Scientific Name: Haworthia margaritifera | Family: Liliaceae Pearly Dots | Scientific Name: Haworthia margaritifera | Family: Liliaceae Peperomia Hederifolia (Plantinum Peperomia, Silver Leaf Peperomia, Ivy Leaf Peperomia, Ivy Peperomia) | Scientific Name: Peperomia griseoargentea | Family: Piperaceae Peperomia Peltfolia | Scientific Name: Peperomia peltifolia | Family: Piperaceae Peperomia Rotundifolia | Scientific Name: Peperomia rotundifolia | Family: Piperaceae Peperomia Sandersii | Scientific Name: Peperomia sandersii | Family: Piperaceae Pepper Face (Baby Rubber Plant, American Rubber Plant) | Scientific Name: Peperomia obtusifolia | Family: Pipericeae Persian Violet (Arabian gentian, German Violet) | Scientific Name: Exacum affine | Family: Gentianaceae Petunia | Scientific Name: Petunia species | Family: Solanaceae Phalaenopsis Orchid (Moth Orchid, Moon Orchid) | Scientific Name: Phalaenopsis sp. | Family: Orchidaceae Pheasant Plant (Zebra Plant) | Scientific Name: Cryptanthus zonatus | Family: Bromeliaceae Piggy Back Plant (Pick-a-back plant, Mother of Thousands, Curiosity plant) | Scientific Name: Tolmeia menziesii | Family: Saxifragaceae Pignut Hickory | Scientific Name: Carya glabra | Family: Julandaceae Pilea Microphylla (Artillery Plant) | Scientific Name: Pilea microphylla | Family: Urticaceae Pilea Mucosa (Artillery Plant) | Scientific Name: Pilea microphylla | Family: Urticaceae Pincushion Flower | Scientific Name: Leucospermum incisum | Family: Protaeceae Pink Brocade | Scientific Name: Episcia cultivar | Family: Gesneriaceae Pink Pearl | Scientific Name: Begonia semperflorens cultivar | Family: Begoniaceae Pink Splash (Flamingo Plant, Polka Dot Plant, Measles Plant, Baby鈥檚 Tears, Freckle Face) | Scientific Name: Hypoestes phyllostachya | Family: Acanthaceae Pink Starlite (Starfish Plant, Green Earth Star, Vary-Leaf Star, Earth Star) | Scientific Name: Cryptanthus bivattus minor | Family: Bromeliaceae Pirliteiro (Haws) | Scientific Name: Crataegus species | Family: Rosaceae Pitaya (Queen of the Night, Night Blooming Cereus, Honolulu Queen) | Scientific Name: Hylocereus undatus | Family: Cactaceae Plantanus Occidentalis (oriental plane) | Scientific Name: Plantanus occidentalis | Family: Plantanaceae Platinum Peperomia (Ivy Peperomia, Silver Leaf Peperomia, Ivy Leaf Peperomia) | Scientific Name: Peperomia griseoargentea | Family: Piperaceae Platycerium Alicicorne (common staghorn fern) | Scientific Name: Platycerium alicicorne | Family: Polypodaceae Plumbago Larpentiae | Scientific Name: Ceratostigma larpentiae | Family: Plumbaginaceae Plush Plant | Scientific Name: Echeveria pulvoliver | Family: Crassulaceae Poison Ivy (poison oak, poison sumac) | Scientific Name: Toxicodendron species | Family: Anacardiaceae Poison Oak (Similar: Poison Ivy, Poison Sumac) | Scientific Name: Toxicodendron species | Family: Anacardiaceae Poison Sumac (Similar: Poison Ivy, Poison Oak) | Scientific Name: Toxicodendron species | Family: Anacardiaceae Polka Dot Plant (Flamingo Plant, Pink Polka Dot Plant, Measles Plant, Baby鈥檚 Tears, Freckle Face) | Scientific Name: Hypoestes phyllostachya | Family: Acanthaceae Polystichum Falcatum (Fishtail Fern) | Scientific Name: Cyrtomium falcatum | Family: Polypodaceae Pony Tail (Elephant-Foot Tree, Pony Tail Plant, Bottle Palm) | Scientific Name: Beaucarnea recurvata | Family: Agavaceae Porcelain Flower (Hindu Rope Plant) | Scientific Name: Hoya carnosa ‘krinkle kurl’ | Family: Asclepiadaceae Pot Marigold (Marigold, Mary Bud, Gold bloom) | Scientific Name: Calendula officinalis | Family: Compositae Prairie Lily (giant rain lily, hill country rain lily) | Scientific Name: Zephyranthes drummondii | Family: Amaryllidaceae Prairie Snowball (sand verbena, wild lantana) | Scientific Name: Abronia fragrans | Prayer Plant (Maranta) | Scientific Name: Calathea insignis | Family: Marantaceae Prickly Bottlebrush (Bottlebrush, Weeping Bottlebrush, Crimson Bottlebrush) | Scientific Name: Callistemon species | Family: Myrtaceae Prostrate Coleus | Scientific Name: Plectranthus oetendahlii | Family: Lamiaceae Pupleosier Willow | Scientific Name: Salix purpurea | Family: Saliaceae Purple Baby Tears (fairy elephant’s feet) | Scientific Name: Frithia pulchra | Family: Aizoaceae Purple Passion Vine (Velvet Plant, Royal Velvet Plant, Purple Velvet Plant) | Scientific Name: Gynura aurantica | Family: Asteraceae Purple Velvet Plant (Velvet Plant, Royal Velvet Plant, Purple Passion Vine) | Scientific Name: Gynura aurantica | Family: Asteraceae Purple Waffle Plant (waffle plant) | Scientific Name: Hemigraphis exotica | Family: Acanthaceae Queencup (Bride’s Bonnet) | Scientific Name: Clintonia uniflora | Family: Liliaceae Queens Spiderwort | Scientific Name: Dichorisandra reginae | Family: Commelinaceae Queensland Arrowroot (Achira, Canna, Arrowroot) | Scientific Name: Canna edulis | Family: Cannaceae Rabbits Foot Fern (Hare Fern, Squirrel Foot Fern, Deer Foot Fern, Ball Fern) | Scientific Name: Davallia spp. | Family: Polypodiaceae Rainbow Orchid | Scientific Name: Epidendrum prismatocarpum | Family: Orchidaceae Red African Violet (Flame African Violet) | Scientific Name: Episcia reptans | Family: Gesneriaceae Red Berried Greenbrier (red-berried-bamboo) | Scientific Name: Smilax walteria | Family: Liliaceae Red Edge Peperomia | Scientific Name: Peperomia clusiifolia | Family: Piperaceae Red Hawthorne (Haws, Pirliteiro) | Scientific Name: Crataegus species | Family: Rosaceae Red Lily | Scientific Name: Lilium umbellatum | Family: Liliaceae Red Palm Lily (red frutied palm lily) | Scientific Name: Cordyline rubra | Family: Agavaceae Red Veined Prayer (Maranta, Prayer Plant) | Scientific Name: Calathea insignis | Family: Marantaceae Reed Palm (Bamboo palm, Miniature Fish Tail Dwarf Palm, Parlor Palm, Good Luck Palm) | Scientific Name: Chamaedorea elegans | Family: Palmae Resurrection Lily (Peacock Ginger, Kaempferia) | Scientific Name: Kaempferia | Family: Zingiberaceae Rex Begonia | Scientific Name: Begonia rex | Family: Begoniaceae Rhynchophorum (Pepper Face, Baby Rubber Plant, American Rubber Plant) | Scientific Name: Peperomia obtusifolia | Family: Pipericeae Ribbon Plant (Chlorophytum Comosum) (anthericum, walking anthericum, spider ivy, spider plant) | Scientific Name: Chlorophytum comosum | Family: Liliaceae Roosevelt Fern (Bold Sword Fern) | Scientific Name: Nephrolepis biserrata | Family: Dryopteridaceae Rose | Scientific Name: Rosa Species | Family: Rosaceae Rubrum Lily | Scientific Name: Lilium speciosum cultivar | Family: Liliaceae Russian Olive (Autumn Olive, Silverberry) | Scientific Name: elaeagnus species | Family: Elaeagnaceae Saffron Spike Zebra | Scientific Name: Aphelandra squarrosa | Saint Bernards Lily | Scientific Name: Anthericum liliago | Family: Liliaceae Sand Lily (mountain lily, star lily) | Scientific Name: Leucocrinum montanum | Family: Liliaceae Sand Verbena (Prairie Snowball, Wild Lantana) | Scientific Name: Abronia fragrans | Satin Pellionia | Scientific Name: Pellonia pulchra | Family: Urticaceae Sawbrier (Wild Sasparilla) | Scientific Name: Smilax glauca | Family: Liliaceae Scabious (Pincushion Flower) | Scientific Name: Leucospermum incisum | Family: Protaeceae Scarborough Lily | Scientific Name: Vallota speciosa | Family: Amaryllidaceae Scarlet Orchid (Florida Butterfly Orchid) | Scientific Name: Epidendrum tampense | Family: Orchidaceae Scarlet Sage (Texas Sage) | Scientific Name: Salvia coccinea | Family: Labiatae Sego Lily (Mariposa Lily) | Scientific Name: Calochortus gunnisonii | Family: Liliaceae Shagbark Hickory (Big Shellbark Hickory, Shellbark Hickory, Big Shagbark Hickory) | Scientific Name: Carya laciniosa | Family: Juglandaceae Shan Ku’ei-lai (Cat Brier, China Root, Ti-hu-ling, Shiny Leaf Smilax) | Scientific Name: Smilax glabra | Family: Liliaceae Shellbark Hickory (Big Shellbark Hickory) | Scientific Name: Carya laciniosa | Family: Juglandaceae Shrimp Cactus | Scientific Name: Schlumbergera russelliana | Family: Cactaceae Silver Bell (opossum wood, snowbell tree, shittimwood) | Scientific Name: Halesia carolina | Family: Styrnaceae Silver Berry (Autumn Olive, Russian Olive) | Scientific Name: elaeagnus species | Family: Elaeagnaceae Silver Heart | Scientific Name: Peperomia caperata | Family: Piperaceae Silver Pink Vine | Scientific Name: Hoya pubicalyx | Family: Asclepiadaceae Silver Star (Cape Marigold) | Scientific Name: Cryptanthus lacerdae | Family: Bromeliaceae Silver Table Fern | Scientific Name: Pteris sp. | Family: Pteridaceae Silver Tree Anamiga | Scientific Name: NONE LISTED | Slender Deutzia | Scientific Name: Deutzia gracilis | Family: Saxifragaceae Small Fruited Hickory | Scientific Name: Carya glabra | Family: Juglandaceae Smilax Tamnoides Vas (Hellfetter, Hagbrier) | Scientific Name: Smilax hispida | Family: Liliaceae Speckled Wood Lily | Scientific Name: Clintonia umbelluata | Family: Liliaceae Spice Orchid | Scientific Name: Epidendrum atropurpeum | Family: Orchidaceae Spice Orchid (Fiery Reed Orchid) | Scientific Name: Epidendrum ibaguense | Family: Orchidaceae Spider Flower | Scientific Name: Cleome hasserlana | Family: Capparaceae Spider Ivy (Ribbon Plant, Anthericum, Spider Ivy) | Scientific Name: Chlorophytum comosum | Family: Liliaceae Spider Plant (Ribbon Plant, Anthericum, Spider Ivy) | Scientific Name: Chlorophytum comosum | Family: Liliaceae Star Jasmine | Scientific Name: Trachelospermum jasminoides | Family: Apocynaceae Star Lily (Mountain Lily, Sand Lily) | Scientific Name: Leucocrinum montanum | Family: Liliaceae Star Plant (Starfish Plant, Green Earth Star, Vary-Leaf Star, Pink Starlite) | Scientific Name: Cryptanthus bivattus minor | Family: Bromeliaceae Stargazer Lily | Scientific Name: Lilium orientalis | Family: Liliaceae Strawberry (wild strawberry) | Scientific Name: Fragaria | Family: Rosaceae Striped Blushing (Crimson Cup, Marbled Fingernail, Blushing Bromeliad, Neoregelia, Miniature Marble Plant, Aregelia) | Scientific Name: Neoregalia spp. | Family: Bromiliaceae Sugar Pods (Carob Tree, Locust Pods, Kharoub, Beans) | Scientific Name: Ceratonia siliqua | Sulfur Flower (Umbrella Plant, Wild Buckweat) | Scientific Name: Eriogonium umbellatum | Family: Polygonaceae Summer Hyacinth | Scientific Name: Galtonia | Family: Hyacinthaeae Sunflower (swamp sunflower) | Scientific Name: helianthus angustifolius | Family: Compositae Swamp Sunflower (Sunflower) | Scientific Name: helianthus angustifolius | Family: Compositae Swedish Ivy (Creeping Charlie) | Scientific Name: Plectranthus australis | Family: Pilea: Uriticaeae; Plectranthus: Lamiaceae Sweetheart Hoya (wax hearts, valentine hoya) | Scientific Name: Hoya kerrii | Family: Asclepiadaceae Sword Fern (Bold Sword Fern, Roosevelt Fern) | Scientific Name: Nephrolepis biserrata | Family: Dryopteridaceae Tahitian Bridal Veil (Gibasis Geniculata) | Scientific Name: tradescantia multiflora | Family: Commelinaceae Tailed Orchid | Scientific Name: Masdevallia | Family: Orchidaceae Tall Feather Fern (Bold Sword Fern, Sword Fern, Roosevelt Fern) | Scientific Name: Nephrolepis biserrata | Family: Dryopteridaceae Tall Mahonia (Oregon Grape, Oregon Grape Holly, Mahonia Aguifolium, Holly-Leaved Berry, Mahonia) | Scientific Name: Mahonia aquifolium | Family: Berberidaceae Tangerine Impatience (Giant Touch-Me-Not, Buzzy Lizzy, Patient Lucy, Patient Plant, Tangerine Impatience, Impatience Plant, Lady Slipper) | Scientific Name: Impatiens spp. | Family: Balsaminaceae Teasel Gourd (Hedgehog Gourd) | Scientific Name: Cucumis dipsaceus | Family: Cucurbitaceae Texas Sage (Scarlet Sage) | Scientific Name: Salvia coccinea | Family: Labiatae Thea Japonica (Common Camellia, Peony Camellia) | Scientific Name: Thea japonica | Family: Theaceae Thimble Cactus | Scientific Name: Mammillaria fragilis | Family: Cactaceae Thorn Apple (Weisdornbluten, Blackthorn, Black Hawthorn, Thorn Plum, Pirliteiro, Red Hawthorn, May Bush, Oxyacantha, Haw Apple, Black Haw, Aubepine) | Scientific Name: Crataegus douglasii | Family: Rosaceae Ti hu-ling (China Root, Ti-hu-ling, Shiny Leaf Smilax, Cat Brier, Kuang-yen-pa-hsieh) | Scientific Name: Smilax glabra | Family: Liliaceae Tickseed (coreopsis) | Scientific Name: Coreopsis californica | Family: Compositae Tiger Lily | Scientific Name: Lilium tigrinum | Family: Liliaceae Tiger Orchid (Golden Lace Orchid, Jewel Orchid) | Scientific Name: Haemaria discolor | Family: Orchidaceae Toad Spotted Cactus | Scientific Name: Stapelia variegata | Torch Lily (red hot poker, poker plant) | Scientific Name: Kniphofia | Family: Asphodelaceae Tous-les-mois (Achira, Canna, Arrowroot) | Scientific Name: Canna edulis | Family: Cannaceae Trailing Peperomia | Scientific Name: Peperomia prostata | Family: Piperaceae Tree Cactus | Scientific Name: Opuntia species | Family: Cactaceae Tree Gloxinia | Scientific Name: Kohleria lindeniana | Family: Gesneriaciae Tropical Moss (Cushion Moss, Irish Moss, Krauss’ Spikemoss, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss) | Scientific Name: Selaginella kraussiana | Family: Selaginellaceae True Cantaloupe (cantaloupe) | Scientific Name: Cucumis melo | Family: Cucurbitaceae Tu Fu-Ling (Cat Brier, China Root, Ti-hu-ling, Shiny Leaf Smilax) | Scientific Name: Smilax glabra | Family: Liliaceae Tulip Poplar (tulip tree) | Scientific Name: Liriodendron tulipifera | Turban Squash | Scientific Name: Cucurbita maxima cv turbaniformis | Family: Cucurbitaceae Turf Lily (lilyturf) | Scientific Name: NONE LISTED | Umbrella Plant (Sulfur Flower, Wild Buckweat) | Scientific Name: Eriogonium umbellatum | Family: Polygonaceae Urbinia Agavoides (Hens and Chickens, Mother Hens and Chicks, Chickens and Hens) | Scientific Name: Echeveria elegans | Family: Crassulaceae Usambara Violet (Kenya Violet) | Scientific Name: Santpaulia confusa | Family: Gesneraceae Variegated Laurel (speedy henry) | Scientific Name: Tradescantia flumeninsis | Family: Commelinaceae Variegated Wandering Jew (speedy henry, wandering jew) | Scientific Name: Tradescantia flumeninsis | Family: Commelinaceae Variegated Wax Plant | Scientific Name: Echeveria sp. | Velvet Plant (Velvet Plant, Royal Velvet Plant, Purple Velvet Plant, Purple Passion Vine) | Scientific Name: Gynura aurantica | Family: Asteraceae Venus Fly Trap | Scientific Name: Dionaea muscipula | Family: Droseraceae Verona Fern (Bold Sword Fern, Nephrolepis Biserrata, Verona Lace Fern) | Scientific Name: Nephrolepis biserrata | Family: Dryopteridaceae Verona Lace Fern (Bold Sword Fern, Nephrolepis Biserrata, Verona Fern) | Scientific Name: Nephrolepis biserrata | Family: Dryopteridaceae Vining Peperomia | Scientific Name: Peperomia serpens variegata | Family: Piperaceae Violet Slipper Gloxinia (bright eyes) | Scientific Name: Sinningia speciosa | Family: Gesneriaceae Waffle Plant (Purple Waffle Plant) | Scientific Name: Hemigraphis exotica | Family: Acanthaceae Walking Anthericum (Ribbon Plant, Spider Plant, Spider Ivy) | Scientific Name: Chlorophytum comosum | Family: Liliaceae Washington Hawthorn (Haws, Pirliteiro, Red Hawthorn) | Scientific Name: Crataegus species | Family: Rosaceae Water Hickory | Scientific Name: Carya aquatica | Family: Juglandaceae Watermelon Begonia | Scientific Name: Peperomia argyreia | Family: Piperaceae Watermelon Peperomia (Watermelon Begonia) | Scientific Name: Peperomia argyreia | Family: Piperaceae Watermelon Pilea (Watermelon Plant, Aluminum Plant) | Scientific Name: Pilea cadieri | Family: Urticaceae Wax Plant (Hindu Rope Plant, Porcelain Flower) | Scientific Name: Hoya carnosa ‘krinkle kurl’ | Family: Asclepiadaceae Wax Rosette (Maroon Chenille Plant, Painted Lady, Copper Rose, Blue Echeveria, Plush Plant) | Scientific Name: Echeveria derenbergii | Family: Crassulaceae Weeping Bottlebrush (Bottlebrush, Prickly Bottlebrush, Crimson Bottlebrush) | Scientific Name: Callistemon species | Family: Myrtaceae Weeping Sargent Hemlock (Many varieties) | Scientific Name: Tsuga species | Family: Pinaceae Weisdornbluten (Haws, Pirliteiro, Red Hawthorn, Washington Hawthorn) | Scientific Name: Crataegus species | Family: Rosaceae West Indian Gherkin (Goareberry Gourd, Gooseberry Gourd, Burr Gourd) | Scientific Name: Cucumis anguria | Family: Cucurbitaceae Western Sword (Sword Fern, Giant Holly Fern, Imbricate Sword Fern) | Scientific Name: Ploystichum munitum | Family: Polypodaceae White Edged Swedish Ivy (Creeping Charlie, Swedish Ivy) | Scientific Name: Plectranthus australis | Family: Pilea: Uriticaeae; Plectranthus: Lamiaceae White Ginger (Butterfly Ginger, Cinnamon Jasmine, Garland Flower, Ginger Lily) | Scientific Name: Hedychium coronarium | White Heart Hickory | Scientific Name: Carya tomentosa | Family: Juglandaceae Whitman Fern (Bold Sword Fern, Nephrolepis Biserrata, Verona Fern, Verona Lace Fern) | Scientific Name: Nephrolepis biserrata | Family: Dryopteridaceae Wild Buckwheat (Sulfur Flower, Umbrella Plant) | Scientific Name: Eriogonium umbellatum | Family: Polygonaceae Wild Hyacinth (Blue Dicks) | Scientific Name: Dichelostemma pulchellum | Family: Amaryllidaceae Wild Lantana (Sand Verbena, Prairie Snowball) | Scientific Name: Abronia fragrans | Wild Sasparilla (Sawbrier) | Scientific Name: Smilax glauca | Family: Liliaceae Wild Strawberry (Strawberry) | Scientific Name: Fragaria | Family: Rosaceae Willow Herb (Blooming Sally, Fire Weed) | Scientific Name: Epilobium angustifolium | Family: Onagraceae Windmill Palm (Chusan Palm) | Scientific Name: Trachycarpus fortunei | Family: Arecaceae Winter Cattleya (Christmas Orchid) | Scientific Name: Cattleya trianaei | Family: Orchidaceae Withered Snapdragon | Scientific Name: Anthirrhinum multiflorum | Family: Schrophulariaceae Wood Lily | Scientific Name: Lilium umbellatum | Family: Liliaceae Woolflower | Scientific Name: Celosia cristata | Family: Amaranthaceae Yellow Bloodleaf (Chicken Gizzard, Bloodleaf, Joseph’s Coat) | Scientific Name: Iresine herbstii | Family: Amaranthaceae Yellow Palm (Golden Butterfly Palm, Cane Palm, Golden Feather Palm, Yellow Palm) | Scientific Name: Dypsis lutescens | Family: Palmae Yellow-Flowered Gourd | Scientific Name: Cucurbita species | Family: Cucurbitaceae Yerba Linda | Scientific Name: Peperomia rotundifolia | Family: Piperaceae Zebra Haworthia | Scientific Name: Haworthia fasciata | Family: Liliaceae Zinnia | Scientific Name: Zinnia species | Family: Asteraceae Zucchini Squash | Scientific Name: Cucurbia pepo cv zucchini | Family: Cucurbitaceae Bottom of Form