What? It’s dead useful for describing gardens, glens, and forests.

  1. Alder
  2. Almond Tree
  3. Aloe Vera
  4. Apple Tree
  5. Ash
  6. Aspen
  7. Baby’s Breath
  8. Bamboo
  9. Beech
  10. Bird of Paradise
  11. Bitterroot
  12. Blackberry Vines
  13. Bougainvillea
  14. Briar
  15. Butternut
  16. Cacao
  17. Callistemon (Bottlebrush)
  18. Cedar
  19. Cherry
  20. Chestnut
  21. Clover
  22. Coffee
  23. Coltsfoot
  24. Cottonwood
  25. Crab Grass
  26. Cypress
  27. Dandelion
  28. Dogwood
  29. Douglas Fir
  30. Ebony
  31. Edelweiss
  32. Elephant Ear
  33. Elm
  34. Eucalyptus
  35. Fern
  36. Geranium
  37. Goldenrod
  38. Grape Vines
  39. Hackberry
  40. Hawthorn
  41. Hazel
  42. Heather
  43. Hemlock
  44. Holly
  45. Hoptree
  46. Hornbeam
  47. Jade Plant
  48. Juniper
  49. Kelp
  50. Larch
  51. Laurel
  52. Lemon Tree
  53. Lichen
  54. Lilac
  55. Lily/Lily Pad
  56. Linden
  57. Lodgepole Pine
  58. Magnolia
  59. Maple
  60. Mint
  61. Moss
  62. Mulberry
  63. Narrowleaf
  64. Oak
  65. Olive Tree
  66. Orange Tree
  67. Palm Tree
  68. Palo Verde
  69. Pear Tree
  70. Plum
  71. Poison Ivy
  72. Ponderosa Pine
  73. Poplar
  74. Poppy
  75. Potentilla
  76. Prickly Pear
  77. Rose
  78. Rosemary
  79. Sage
  80. Saguaro
  81. Scots Pine
  82. Sequoia
  83. Scrub Oak
  84. Snapdragon
  85. Spindle
  86. Spruce
  87. Sunflower
  88. Sycamore
  89. Thistle
  90. Thyme
  91. Tulip
  92. Tupelo
  93. Venus Flytrap
  94. Violet
  95. Walnut
  96. Weeping Willow
  97. Whitebeam
  98. Witch-hazel
  99. Yew
  100. Yucca

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