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2 0 Rosemary, bloom

Rosemary, bloom

by LarsKorbSchönstedt, Freistaat Thüringen, Germany

antioxidants carnosic acid and rosmarinic ...

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by AdirondackJoeNew York, USA

Unknown Mushroom

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by WilsonBentonMississippi, USA

Acidic clay soil on a dirt road

0 1 Sundew

Sundew

by milesjluke

An insectivorous plant.

0 1 Heath spotted Orchid

Heath spotted Orchid

by keithfineganNorthern Ireland, United Kingdom

Heaths/moors, acid soils

0 0 Foxglove

Foxglove

by K10Lockport, Illinois, USA

Acidic soil, partial sunlight

0 0 Cottongrass

Cottongrass

Michigan, USA

in a acidic bog in Lake Dubonnet State ...

0 0 Weeping Willow

Weeping Willow

by Emma Concord, California, USA

Bark contains Salicylic acid which is used ...

0 0 Scaly male-fern

Scaly male-fern

by tommarquandEngland, United Kingdom

Shady woods. Acid soil

0 3 Common heather

Common heather

by MeikIceland

Grows well on acidic soils.

0 0 Rossolis

Rossolis

by MagdaBouDagherKharratقضاء المتن, Lebanon

Carnivorous plant.

3 0 Sumac

Sumac

by joanbstanleyDenton, Texas, USA

Crushed acid fruits used to freshen water.

0 0 Yellow Pimpernel

Yellow Pimpernel

by VinnyEngland, United Kingdom

Creeping herb common in shady, damp forests, Prefers

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by madeleineguyantWest Virginia, USA

Cranberry Glades in Monongahela National Forest. Boreal bog with

4 4 frosted Blackberry

frosted Blackberry

by LarsKorbHohenhorn, Schleswig-Holstein (Landmasse), Germany

contain some oil which is rich in omega-3 (alpha-linolenic

0 0 Holy basil, or Tulasī,

Holy basil, or Tulasī,

by ChiefRedEarthKowdiar Jn., Kerala, India

7 2 Giant Anteater

Giant Anteater

by bayuccaIndiana, Loreto, Peru

Giant Anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla), juvenile, Sucsari Creek, Rio Napo ...

1 1 Flattened acid kelp

Flattened acid kelp

by Brian38Washington, USA

The thallus is golden to olive brown, reaching 80 cm (31 in) tall, with ...

0 0 Rhododendron

Rhododendron

by Holly TaylorMason, Michigan, USA

Need lots of acid loving fertilizer in ...

0 0 Huckleberry

Huckleberry

Grove, Oklahoma, USA

Short plant with dark blue berries

0 1 Blueberry

Blueberry

by ceherzogSarasota, Florida, USA

Grown in a whiskey barrel in my backyard...in straight peat moss. Needs

1 0 Stinging nettle

Stinging nettle

by Harsha Singhجموں و کشمیر, India

Its stinging hair contain formic acid. ...

0 0 Cascade hops

Cascade hops

by shebebusynowOregon, USA

greenish flowers with strong aroma; climbing plant

0 0 Cottongrass

Cottongrass

by Greg ShchepanekCanada

They are found throughout the temperate Northern Hemisphere in

0 1 Weaver Ant

Weaver Ant

by ramya.vwAllappey, Kerala, India

Its bite leaves you with a burning sensation. It smells

0 0 Cornelia

Cornelia

by rats0502Charlotte, North Carolina

White and pink flower that blooms in the fall- winter

1 0 Tejocote

Tejocote

by K.c.TruaxCancún, Quintana Roo, Mexico

In nahuatl texocote means "acid and hard ...

0 0 Pink Lady's Slipper

Pink Lady's Slipper

by AlisonO'ConnorCambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Endangered

0 0 Pink Lady's Slipper

Pink Lady's Slipper

by TimTwohigProvidence, Rhode Island, USA

Member of the orchid family.

0 0 Peat moss

Peat moss

by skyismyheroHalifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, Canada

Find sundew near

1 0 Mushroom

Mushroom

by DonnaPomeroySan Mateo, California, USA

About 3 inches across and 1.5 inches high.

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by TimTwohigProvidence, Rhode Island, USA

Interesting cluster of club fungi found in a mixed deciduous forest.

0 3 Rhododendron

Rhododendron

by CharlieStubbingsEngland, United Kingdom

Evergreen, in the wild can reach 24m and should be grown in

3 0 Hoary Sunray

Hoary Sunray

by rani.sheVictoria, Australia

In Victoria on volcanic plain grasslands. Almost exclusively on

0 0 Redwood Sorrel

Redwood Sorrel

by brodiemaxaCalifornia, USA

Contains small amounts of the toxin oxalic

0 0 American wintergreen, eastern teaberry, boxberry

American wintergreen, eastern teaberry, boxberry

by EmilyUmbargerMichigan, USA

Small shrub, wintergreen scent and taste

0 0 Wild blueberry

Wild blueberry

by EmilyUmbargerMichigan, USA

Low bush, shiny green leaves, small blue-purple berries

0 0 Calamondin / Calamansi / calamonding, calamandarin, golden lime, Panama orange, Chinese orange, acid orange

, acid orange

by ChiefRedEarthThiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India

0 0 Stinging nettle

Stinging nettle

by veneta.tashevWashington, USA

Little needles, sprout acid.

0 0 Salai, shallaki,

Salai, shallaki,

by Joseph CHIEF REDEARTH

In Trikoota hill Maihar.

1 0 Spotting

Spotting

by AshleyLaffertyGranite Falls, Washington, USA

mulchy forest floor. little light, acidic ...

1 0 Formica Ant

Formica Ant

by NoamFossiNashville-Davidson, Tennessee, USA

One segment before abdomen. Sprayed formic

0 0 Shiny Lyonia

Shiny Lyonia

by tjones2012Florida, USA

pink, fused bell shaped flowers; red branches; flat leaves

0 0 European Beech

European Beech

Massachusetts, USA

Grows in acidic and basic soils provides ...

0 0 Japanese Zelkova

Japanese Zelkova

Massachusetts, USA

Alternate, simple

0 0 Kousa Dogwood

Kousa Dogwood

Massachusetts, USA

This tree is opposite and simple.

0 0 Northern Red Oak

Northern Red Oak

by sarah.loobyMassachusetts, USA

simple, alternate, tree

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