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  Abelia (4)
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  Acanthus (acanthus) (12)
  Acca Sellowiana (Feijoa Sellowiana) (4)
  Acca Sellowiana (Feijoa Sellowiana) (10)
  Acer (maple) (97)
  Acer Palmatum Dissectum (Acer Palmatum Dissectum) (2)
  Acer Pseudoplatanus (Acer Pseudoplatanus) (1)
  Achene (44)
  Achillea Millefolium (Achillea Millefolium) (5)
  Achiote (Bixa Orellana) (1)
  Acinos Arvensis (Acinos Arvensis) (1)
  Aconite-leaf Buttercup (Ranunculus Aconitifolius) (1)
  Aconitum Lycoctonum (Aconitum Lycoctonum) (2)
  Adenostyles Alliariae (Adenostyles Alliariae) (1)
  Adriatic Bellflower (Campanula Garganica) (1)
  Aechmea Distichantha (Aechmea Distichantha) (5)
  Aechmea Penduliflora (Aechmea Penduliflora) (1)
  Aeonium Arboreum (13)
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  African Lily (agapanthus Campanulatus) (50)
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  Agaricus (Agaricus) (2)
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  Agave (agave) (15)
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  Agrocybe Aegerita (Agrocybe Aegerita) (2)
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  Aloysia Virgata (Aloysia Virgata) (3)
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  Alpine Balsam (Erinus Alpinus) (3)
  Alpine Clematis (Clematis Alpina) (2)
  Alpine Flax (Linum Alpinum) (2)
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  Alpine Sea Holly (eryngium Alpinum) (6)
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  Alpine Toadflax (Linaria Alpina) (1)
  Alstroemeria (alstroemeria) (48)
  Amanita (Amanita) (2)
  Amanita Franchetii (Amanita Franchetii) (1)
  Amanita Phalloides (amanita Phalloides) (4)
  Amanita Solitaria (Amanita Solitaria) (1)
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  Amaranthus Tricolor (Amaranthus Fournaise) (1)
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  American Pokeweed (Phytolacca Americana) (9)
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  American Sycamore (Platanus Occidentalis) (4)
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  Amethyst Deceiver (Laccaria Amethystina) (1)
  Ammi Majus (Ammi Majus) (1)
  Anacamptis Laxiflora (Anacamptis Laxiflora) (2)
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  Angcm (angraecum) (1)
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  Animal Track (19)
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  Annual Fleabane (Erigeron Annuus) (4)
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  Anthurium (58)
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  Antigonon Leptopus (Antigonon Leptopus) (6)
  Aphyllanthaceae (Aphyllanthaceae) (8)
  Apple (malus) (107)
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  Aptenia 'red Apple' (aptenia Cordifolia) (2)
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  Aquilegia (135)
  Aquilegia Alpina (Aquilegia Alpina) (2)
  Arabian Jasmine (Jasminum Sambac) (2)
  Araucaria (araucaria) (10)
  Araujia Sericofera (Araujia Sericofera) (3)
  Ardisia (ardisia) (1)
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  Armillaria (Armillaria) (7)
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  Armillaria Mellea (Armillaria Mellea) (17)
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  Artichoke (Cynara Scolymus) (6)
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  Arum (arum) (81)
  Asclepias Syriaca (asclepias Syriaca) (3)
  Ash (Fraxinus) (11)
  Asparagus Pea (Lotus Tetragonolobus) (1)
  Aspen (Populus Tremula) (5)
  Asphodelus Fistulosus (Asphodelus Fistulosus) (4)
  Aster (54)
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  Asteriscus Maritimus (Asteriscus Maritimus) (3)
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  Asystasia Gangetica (Asystasia Gangetica) (6)
  Atlas Cedar (Cedrus Atlantica) (2)
  Aucuba (Aucuba Japonica) (3)
  Australian Grass Tree (Xanthorrhoea Glauca) (1)
Automne automne cep de vigne Autumn (1251) NEW
12 November 2018 : the vines are changing slowly in color... and the wind will sweep the last leaves.
  Autumn Olive (Elaeagnus Umbellata) (1)



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  Baby Sage (Salvia Microphylla 'Hot Lips') (5)
  Balfour's Touch-me-not (impatiens Balfourii) (3)
  Balloonplant (asclepias Physocarpa) (1)
  Bamboo (13)
  Banksian Rose (rosa Banksiae Lutea) (15)
  Baobab (adansonia) (19)
  Barbary Fig (Opuntia Ficus-indica) (21)
  Barley Field (28)
  Bartsia Trixago (Bartsia Trixago) (1)
  Basil (Ocimum Basilicum) (1)
  Basket Of Gold (alyssum Saxatile) (9)
  Bastard Balm (Melittis Melissophyllum) (1)
  Bay Bolete (Boletus Badius) (1)
  Bay Laurel (Laurus Nobilis) (3)
Plage un beau soir de novembre Beach (633) NEW
The sun disappears behind the large beach of les Sables d'olonne, tinting the sky pink, purple... ; the mist rises above the waves... the lights of the embankment light up... I am continuing my bike ride, this is happiness !!!
  Bear's Breeches (acanthus Mollis) (4)
  Bearberry (Arctostaphylos Uva-ursi) (1)
  Beard-tongue (penstemon) (5)
  Bedding (5)
  Bee Orchid (Ophrys Apifera) (13)
  Bee Orchids (6)
  Beech (fagus) (32)
  Begonia (66)
  Begonia Dragon Wing Rouge (Begonia Pendula) (1)
  Begonia Rex (Begonia Rex) (1)
  Bégonia X Erythrophylla (Bégonia X Erythrophylla) (1)
  Bell Pepper (Lycium Barbarum) (1)
  Bell Pepper (6)
  Bell Tree Dahlia (Dahlia Imperialis) (2)
  Belladonna Lily (hippeastrum) (89)
  Bellflower (campanula) (58)
  Bengal Trumpet (thumbergia Grandiflora) (4)
  Bergamot (monarda Didyma) (3)
  Bergenia (bergenia) (8)
  Bermuda Buttercup (Oxalis Pes Caprae) (10)
  Bertoloni's Bee Orchid (Ophrys Bertolonii) (2)
  Beta Vulgaris (Beta Vulgaris) (4)
  Big Betony (Stachys Macrantha) (1)
  Big Blue Lilyturf (Liriope Muscari) (3)
  Bigleaf Hydrangea (hydrangea Macrophylla) (260)
  Bikkia (1)
  Bilberry (vaccinium Myrtillus) (7)
  Bilberry (7)
  Bindweed (71)
  Birch (betula) (51)
  Birch Bolete (leccinum Scabrum) (2)
  Birch Bracket (Piptoporus Betulinus) (4)
  Bird Of Paradise (Caesalpinia Gilliesii) (1)
  Bird's-foot Trefoil (lotus Corniculatus) (18)
  Birthworts (aristolochia) (6)
  Bishop's Cap Cactus (Astrophytum Myriostigma) (2)
  Bistort (persicaria Bistorta) (12)
  Bitter Melon (Momordica Charantia) (1)
  Bittersweet (Solanum Dulcamara) (7)
  Bituminaria Bituminosa (Bituminaria Bituminosa) (1)
  Black Chokeberry (aronia Melanocarpa) (1)
  Black Crown Imperial (Frittillaria Persica) (4)
  Black Jewel Orchid (Ludisia Discolor) (2)
  Black Locust (Robinia Pseudoacacia) (14)
  Black Morel (Morchella Elata) (1)
  Black Mullein (Verbascum Nigrum) (1)
  Black Tupelo (nyssa Sylvatica) (1)
  Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia Hirta) (8)
  Black-eyed Susan Vine (Thunbergia Alata) (4)
  Blackberry (22)
  Blackberry (rubus) (11)
  Blackstonia Perfoliata (Blackstonia Perfoliata) (1)
  Blackthorn (Prunus Spinosa) (5)
  Blackthorn (Prunus Spinosa) (3)
  Blackthorn (Prunus Spinosa) (8)
  Blackthorn (Prunus Spinosa) (12)
  Bladder Campion (Silene Vulgaris) (2)
  Bladder Senna (colutea Arborescens) (1)
  Bladder-cherry (physalis Alkekengi) (26)
  Blanket Flower (gaillardia) (71)
  Bleeding Fairy Helmet (Mycena Haematopus) (1)
  Blessed Milkthistle (Silybum Marianum) (6)
  Bletilla Striata (Bletilla Striata) (4)
  Blood Sage (Salvia Coccinea) (1)
  Bloodroot (Sanguinaria Canadensis) (2)
  Bloody Cranesbill (geranium Sanguineum) (8)
  Bloody Cranesbill (Potentilla Aurea) (2)
  Blue Bugle (Ajuga Reptans) (7)
  Blue Daisy (felicia Amelloides) (15)
  Blue Globe Thistle (echinops Bannaticus) (45)
  Blue Porterweed (Stachytarpheta Jamaicensis) (2)
  Blue Shades (Anemone Blanda) (7)
  Blue-eyed-grass (sisyrinchium Bermudianum) (2)
  Bluebeard (caryoptéris) (9)
  Blusher (amanita Rubescens) (4)
  Bodinier's Beautyberry (Callicarpa Bodinieri) (4)
  Bolbitius (Bolbitius) (2)
Champignon Bolet bolet des pins Boletus (11) NEW
12 November 2018 : the boletes of pine of course, there was plenty on the hill (pine trees) and with the rain of the last few weeks they were full of water.
  Boletus (boletus) (7)
  Boletus Aereus (Boletus Aereus) (4)
  Boletus Aestivalis (Boletus Aestivalis) (1)
  Boletus Chrysenteron (Boletus Chrysenteron) (1)
  Boletus Radicans (boletus Radicans) (1)
  Bonsai (21)
  Borago (41)
  Bottlebrush (callistemon) (33)
  Bottlebrushes (17)
  Bougainvillea (bougainvillea Spectabilis) (116)
  Box (Buxus ) (8)
  Box Elder (Acer Negundo) (1)
  Bracken (Pteridium Aquilinum) (1)
  Branched Asphodel (asphodelus Ramosus) (16)
  Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus Ramosus) (1)
  Brassia (oncidiinae) (6)
  Brassica Oleracea (brassica Oleracea) (11)
  Brazilian Orchid Tree (Bauhinia Forficata) (1)
  Brazilian Tree Tobacco (nicotiana Glauca) (4)
  Breadfruit (Artocarpus Altilis) (2)
  Bridal Veil Broom (Retama Monosperma) (1)
  Brillantaisia Subulugurica (brillantaisia Subulugurica) (5)
  Bristly Hawksbeard (Crepis Setosa) (1)
  Broad Bean (vicia Faba) (2)
  Broad-leaved Paper Bark (melaleuca Quinquenervia) (1)
  Bromeliad (Bromelia) (11)
  Broom (53)
  Broom (17)
  Broomrape (Orobanche) (1)
  Brown Clover (Trifolium Badium) (1)
  Brown Knapweed (Centaurea Jacea) (3)
  Brown Roll Rim (Paxillus Involutus) (2)
  Bryona Dioica (1)
  Buckwheat (fagopyrum Esculentum) (2)
  Bud (93)
  Bugle (2)
  Bulbine Frutescens (Bulbine Frutescens) (4)
  Bulrush (Typha Latifolia) (6)
  Bunch (213)
  Burdock (9)
  Burning-bush (dictamnus) (2)
  Bush (27)
  Bush Clockvine (Thunbergia Erecta) (1)
  Bush Lily (clivia) (31)
  Butcher's Broom (ruscus Aculeataou) (4)
  Butterfly Bush (2)
  Butterfly Pea (clotoria Ternatea) (5)
  Butternut Squash (Cucurbita Moschata) (1)
  Button-bush (Cephalanthus Occidentalis) (2)



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  Cabbage Tree (Cordyline Australis) (6)
  Cacao Tree (Theobroma Cacao) (1)
  Cactus (101)
  Cactus (212)
  Cade Juniper (Juniperus Oxycedrus) (8)
  Caesar's Mushroom (amanita Cæsarea) (4)
  Cakile Maritima (Cakile Maritima) (1)
  Calabash (2)
  Calabash Tree (Crescentia Cujete) (1)
  California Flannelbush (Fremontodendron Californicum) (2)
  California Poppy (Eschscholzia Californica) (12)
  California Tree Poppy (Romneya Coulteri) (1)
  California-lilac (ceanothus) (5)
  Called Jujube (Ziziphus Jujuba) (2)
  Calocera Cornea (Calocera Cornea) (1)
  Camelia (165)
  Campanula Rapunculus (Campanula Rapunculus) (6)
  Campion (silène) (2)
  Canada Anemone (Anemone Canadensis) (1)
  Canada Goldenrod (Solidago Canadensis) (1)
  Canada Goldenrod (solidago Canadensis) (12)
  Canadian Dwarf Cornel (Cornus Canadensis) (1)
  Canadian Horseweed (Conyza Canadensis) (2)
  Canaries Bird Bush (Agatiflora Crotalaria) (1)
  Canary Islands Dragon Tree (dracaena Draco) (1)
  Candelabra Aloe (Aloe Arborescens) (7)
  Candle Bush (Senna Alata) (1)
  Canistrum Aurantiacum (Canistrum Aurantiacum) (1)
  Canna Lily (canna) (48)
  Cannabis (Cannabis Sativa L.) (3)
  Cannonball Tree (Couroupita Guianensis) (1)
  Canola Field (75)
  Canterbury Bells (Campanula Medium) (2)
  Cape Aloe (Aloe Ferox) (1)
  Cape Figwort (Phygelius Capensis) (1)
  Cape Primrose (Streptocarpus Saxorum) (2)
  Cape Stock Rose (Sparmannia Africana) (2)
  Caper (capparis Spinosa) (10)
  Captaincookia Margaretae (Ixora Margaretae) (1)
  Cardoon (Cynara Cardunculus) (3)
  Carduncellus Monspeliensium (Carduncellus Monspeliensium) (1)
  Carduus Nigrescens (Carduus Nigrescens) (1)
  Carex (1)
  Carex Caryophyllea (Carex Caryophyllea) (1)
  Carica Papaya L. (Papaya) (7)
  Carlina (18)
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  Carrot (daucus Carota) (29)
  Cassia (6)
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  Cathedral Deep Blue (salvia Farinacea) (6)
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  Catsfoot (Antennaria Dioica) (1)
  Cattleya (17)
  Cave (79)
  Ceanothus (ceanothus Dentatus) (15)
  Ceanothus Velutinus (Ceanothus Velutinus) (1)
  Cedar (cedrus) (25)
  Cedrus Libani Glauca Pendula (Cedrus Libani Glauca Pendula) (7)
  Ceiba Pentandra (ceiba Pentandra) (1)
  Celandine-poppy (Stylophorum Diphyllum) (1)
  Celery (Apium Graveolens) (1)
  Celosia Cristata (Celosia Cristata) (2)
  Centaurea Collina (Centaurea Collina) (3)
  Centaurea Macrocephale (Centaurea Macrocephale) (1)
  Centaurium Pulchellum (Centaurium Pulchellum) (1)
  Centranthus Ruber 'Albus' (Centranthus Ruber 'Albus') (3)
  Century Plant (Agave Americana) (9)
  Cephalanthera (Cephalanthera) (4)
  Cerastium Fontanum (Cerastium Fontanum) (2)
  Ceriman (Monstera Deliciosa) (1)
  Ceropegia (ceropegia) (4)
  Ceropegia Sandersonii (Ceropegia Sandersonii) (2)
  Cestrum Elegans (cestrum) (6)
  Chaenomeles (78)
  Chalk Milkwort (Polygala Calcarea) (2)
  Chameleon Houttuynia (houttuynia Cordata Chameleon) (4)
  Chamomile (28)
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  Cherry (85)
  Cherry (164)
  Cherry (25)
  Cherry Laurel (Prunus Laurocerasus) (10)
  Cherry Plum (Prunus Cerasifera) (3)
  Chestnut (Castanea) (41)
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  Chicory (Cichorium Intybus L.) (1)
  Chili Pepper (6)
  Chili Pepper (Capsicum Annuum) (4)
  Chiltern Gentian (Gentianella Germanica) (1)
  China Aster (callistephus Chinensis) (8)
  Chincherinchee (ornithogalum Thyrsoides) (2)
  Chinese Bell Flower (22)
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  Chinese Silver Grass (Miscanthus Sinensis) (3)
  Chinese Willow (salix Matsudana) (2)
  Chionodoxa Luciliae (Chionodoxa Luciliae) (1)
  Chives (allium Schoenoprasum) (26)
  Chlorophyllum Brunneum (Chlorophyllum Brunneum) (1)
  Chlorophytum (1)
  Choisya (Choisya Ternata) (1)
  Choisya Ternata (Choisya Ternata) (12)
  Choke Cherry (Prunus Virginiana) (2)
  Christ Plant (euphorbia Milii) (27)
  Christmas Rose (helleborus Niger) (39)
  Christmas Tree (92)
Fleur Chrysantheme chrysanthem dscn9615 1280 fei Chrysanthemum (127) NEW
I buy all the years of a pot of Chrysanthemum for my terrace. This time I took the variety 'ball'. The most well-known chrysanthemums are chrysanthemum, autumn, devoted to the flowering of the graves. This tradition, which is widespread in Belgium, dates back to the Armistice of 1918.
  Churur (ochroma Cyaneum) (5)
  Cistus (42)
  Cistus Ladanifer (cistus Ladanifer) (9)
  Citharexylum Spinosum (Citharexylum Spinosum) (1)
  Clary Sage (Salvia Sclarea) (1)
  Clavaria (Clavaria) (1)
  Cleistocactus Colademononis (Cleistocactus Colademononis) (1)
  Clematis (281)
  Clematis Armandii (Clematis Armandii) (4)
  Clematis Jackman (Clematis Jackmanii) (4)
  Cleome (cleome Spinosa) (53)
  Clerodendrum (10)
  Clerodendrum Bungei (Clerodendrum Bungei) (1)
  Clerodendrum Philippinum (Clerodendrum Philippinum) (1)
  Cliff (153)
Champignon Clitocybe clitocybe des resineux montage Clitocybe (clitocybe) (4) NEW
November 12, 2018 : mushrooms found in a group under the pines... the clitocybe of softwood has a cap 3 to 7 cm, convex then flattened and ombiliqué bright white marking of areas creams as they age. I hope that the identification is good for it also.
  Clitocybe Nebularis (Clitocybe Nebularis) (2)
  Clock Vine (Thunbergia Mysorensis) (2)
  Cloud (398)
Fleur Trefle 7001 fleurs de trefle rose Clover (trifolium) (29) NEW
.. 1 April 2018, I think these beautiful flowers are the flowers of clover pink, but nothing is less on... ?
  Clustered Bellflower (Campanula Glomerata) (3)
  Clustered Carline Thistle (Carlina Corymbosa) (1)
  Cnicothamnus Lorentzii (Cnicothamnus Lorentzii) (1)
  Coachwhip (4)
  Coast Banksia (Banksia Integrifolia) (2)
  Cobweb (123)
  Cobweb Houseleek (Sempervivum Arachnoideum) (3)
  Cochlospermum Tinctorium (Cochlospermum Tinctorium) (1)
  Cockscomb (Celosia Cristata) (5)
  Cockscombs (celosia) (10)
  Cockspur Coral (erythrina Crista-galli) (7)
  Coconut (3)
  Coconut Palm (cocos Nucifera) (14)
  Codiaeum Variegatum (Codiaeum Variegatum) (3)
  Coffea (Coffea) (2)
  Coffea (1)
  Coffee (Coffea) (1)
  Colchicum Autumnale (Colchicum Autumnale) (22)
  Colchis Bladdernut (staphylea Colchica) (1)
  Coleus (9)
  Colocynth (Citrullus Colocynthis) (11)
  Coltsfoot (tussilago Farfara) (20)
  Comfrey (7)
  Common Agrimony (Agrimonia Eupatoria) (1)
  Common Bean (phaseolus Vulgaris) (1)
  Common Bladderwort (Utricularia Vulgaris) (1)
  Common Bluebell (73)
  Common Bluebell (Hyacinthoides Non-scripta) (38)
  Common Bugloss (Anchusa Officinalis) (1)
  Common Butterbur (Petasites Hybridus) (2)
  Common Catchfly (Silene Gallica) (2)
  Common Centaury (Centaurium Erythraea) (3)
  Common Chicory (Cichorium Intybus) (12)
  Common Comfrey (Symphytum Officinalis) (4)
  Common Corncockle (agrostemma Githago) (4)
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Ruisseau woluwe 9713 1280 fei Creek (178) NEW
The sint-stevens-Woluwe, which takes its source in the Forest of Soignes. It flows through several ponds including Meillaerts and then passes under a boulevard and emerges in this pond. The reflection in it of a tree that borders it.
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Fleur Cyclamen cyclamen napolitain cyclamen hederifolium j b meise 17j03 fei 3601 Cyclamen (38) NEW
The cyclamen neapolitan (Cyclamen hederifolium) is a perennial tuberous evergreen. Please do not hesitate to plant in your garden.
  Cymbalaria Muralis (Cymbalaria Muralis) (7)
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Fleur Eschscholzia 7051 pavots Eschscholzia (57) NEW
.. The 04 April 2018, well pretty flowers that his poppies yellow in this flower bed that runs along the road.. !
  Eugenia (1)
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  Euphorbia Characias Tasmanian Tige (Euphorbia Characias Tasmanian Tige) (1)
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  Eye (57)



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  Fairy Fan Flower (Scaevola Aemula) (2)
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Champ 7009 culture du melon Field (224) NEW
.. 1 April 2018 ? This is not an April fool, this year it's going to be the melon under the full extent of these mini greenhouses that you see everywhere !
  Field Chickweed (cerastium Arvense) (5)
  Field Elm (Ulmus Minor) (12)
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  Filipendula Rubra (Filipendula Rubra) (1)
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  Five-leaf Akebia (5)
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  Flood (53)
Fleur 7049 girofles et soucis Flower (201) NEW
.. The 04 April 2018, on the floor along the road with the wallflowers and marigolds make good bedfellows with nice colors !!!
  Flower Arrangement (31)
  Flower Bed (16)
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  Flowering Almond (Prunus Triloba) (1)
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  Fly Agaric (Amanita Muscaria) (59)
  Fog (179)
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  Foot (32)
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  Forsythia (forsythia X Intermedia) (81)
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  Galéga (Galéga) (1)



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  Galium Cruciata (Galium Cruciata) (2)
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  Garden (538)
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  Geranium (92)
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Fleur Géranium Vivace fleurs 9101 1280 r fei Geranium X Magnificum (63) NEW
A few flowers sips of water in the floor, huge covered geraniums alive in this small park of a nearby town.
  Geranium X Oxonianum 'Katherine Adele' (Geranium X Oxonianum 'Katherine Adele') (2)
  Gerbera (84)
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  Gyromitra (gyromitra) (3)



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  Hackberry (Celtis) (5)
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Lagure Ovale minou Hare's-tail Grass (Lagurus Ovatus) (2) NEW
Hello I present you this flower dry, what I call, 'Vagina', I don't know its exact name making the edge of the beach this summer soon
  Harebell (Campanula Rotundifolia) (3)
  Harlequin Glorybower (Clerodendrum Trichotomum) (1)
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  Hebe X Franciscana 'variegata' (hebe X Franciscana 'variegata') (2)
  Helenium (helenium) (2)
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  Helleborus Argutifolius (Helleborus Argutifolius) (26)
  Helleborus Foetidus (helleborus Foetidus) (15)
  Hemlock (5)
  Hemp-agrimony (eupatorium Cannabinum) (9)
  Hemp-Agrimony (Eupatorium Cannabinum) (7)
  Henbit Deadnettle (Lamium Amplexicaule) (4)
  Henna (Lawsonia Inermis) (1)
  Herb Robert (geranium Robertianum) (3)
  Herb Robert (Geranium Robertianum) (9)
  Hibiscus (438)
  Hibiscus Tiliaceus (Hibiscus Tiliaceus) (2)
  Himalayan Balsam (impatiens Glandulifera) (14)
  Himalayan Blue Poppy (Meconopsis Betonicifolia) (5)
  Hoary Cress (Lepidium Draba) (2)
  Hoary Ragwort (Jacobaea Erucifolia) (1)
  Honey Euryops (1)
  Honey Locust (Gleditsia Triacanthos L) (3)
  Honeysuckle (Lonicera) (3)
  Honeysuckle (54)
  Horn Of Plenty (Craterellus Cornucopioides) (4)
  Horned Melon (Cucumis Metulifer) (1)
  Horse Mushroom (Agaricus Arvensis) (1)
  Horse-chestnut (9)
  Horse-chestnut (aesculus Hippocastanum) (22)
  Horse-chestnut (aesculus Hippocastanum) (17)
  Horseshoe Vetch (Hippocrepis Comosa) (1)
  Hosta (Hosta) (10)
  Hosta 'Halcyon' (Hosta 'Halcyon') (2)
  Hosta Undulata Var Univittata (Hosta Undulata Var Univittata) (1)
  Hottentot Fig (Carpobrotus Acinaciformis) (28)
  Houseleek (36)
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  Hyacinthoides Italica (Hyacinthoides Italica) (1)
  Hydrangea Macrophylla Bella (Hydrangea Macrophylla Bella) (1)
 Morène Hydrangea Macrophylla Bella (Hydrangea Macrophylla Bella) (0)
  Hygrocybe (Hygrocybe Sp) (2)
  Hygrocybe Cantharellus (hygrocybe Cantharellus) (1)
Champignon Hygrocybe Conique hygrocybe conique Hygrophorus Conica (Hygrophorus Conica) (3) NEW
November 12, 2018 : this is the first time that I see these mushrooms. I think it is hygrocybe conical : cap 4 cm in diameter, conical, viscid, orange to red, slightly striated, foot cylindrical 9 x 0, 9 cm, greenish-yellow to orange to reddish.
  Hylotelephium Telephium (Hylotelephium Telephium) (1)
  Hyoscyamus Albus (Hyoscyamus Albus) (3)
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  Hypericum (hypericum) (65)
  Hypericum Hidcote (Hypericum Hidcote) (3)
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  Hypholoma Capnoides (Hypholoma Capnoides) (1)
  Hypholoma Fasciculare (hypholoma Fasciculare) (18)
  Hypochaeris Radicata (Hypochaeris Radicata) (1)



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  Iberis (9)
Glace eau et glace Ice (284) NEW
Yesterday, beautiful sunny day, cold but bearable and not too much wind. I want to see our lake, before it géle. Here is a jetty of boulders to ice.
  Impatiens (18)
  Impatiens Balfourii (Impatiens Balfourii) (3)
  Impatiens Balsamina (Impatiens Balsamina) (1)
  Indian Fig Opuntia Or Barbary Fig (Opuntia Ficus-indica) (28)
  Indian Lotus (nelumbo Nucifera) (102)
Champignon Inocybe inocybe fastigie montage Inocybe (Inocybe) (5) NEW
November 12, 2018 : inocybe I think but which one ? The inocybe fastigié has a cap of 3 to 8 cm in diameter, conical, nipple strongly marked and sharp and then incurvant, the foot that can reach 8 to 10 cm. Rather, under deciduous trees, more rarely in conifers.
  Inonotus (Inonotus) (1)
  Inonotus Hispidus (Inonotus Hispidus) (1)
  Inula (1)
  Ipê (Tabebuia) (2)
  Ipomée Quamoclit (Ipomée Quamoclit) (2)
  Ipomoea (32)
  Iris (577)
  Iris Germanica (Iris Germanica) (2)
  Iris Gracchus (Iris Gracchus) (1)
  Iris Hollandica (Iris Hollandica) (50)
  Italian Arum (Arum Italicum) (7)
  Italian Bugloss (Anchusa Azurea) (14)
  Italian Gladiolus (Gladiolus Italicus Mill) (1)
  Ivy (hedera) (10)
  Ivy (Hedera) (11)
  Ivy Broomrape (Orobanche Hederae) (2)
  Ivy-leaf Geranium (pelargonium Peltatum) (9)



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  Jacaranda (2)
  Jack-in-the-Pulpit (Arisaema Triphyllum) (1)
  Jackfruit (Artocarpus Heterophyllus) (2)
  Jacob's Ladder (polemonium Caeruleum Azuro) (5)
  Jacobinia Suberecta (Jacobinia Suberecta) (1)
  Jade Plant (Crassula Ovata) (2)
  Jade Plant (crassula Ovata) (8)
  Japanese Cherry (Prunus Serrulata) (65)
  Japanese Cherry (prunus Serrulata) (77)
  Japanese Cherry (Prunus Serrulata) (47)
  Japanese Flowering Crabapple (malus Floribunda) (12)
  Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia Japonica) (6)
  Japanese Pachysandra (pachysandra Terminalis) (3)
  Japanese Pagoda Tree (Styphnolobium Japonicum) (1)
  Japanese Pieris (Pieris Japonica) (5)
  Japanese Star Anise (illicium Anisatum) (1)
  Japonese Snowbell (Styrax Japonicus) (1)
  Jasmine (19)
  Jatropha (3)
  Jatropha Integerrima (Jatropha Integerrima) (3)
  Java Cotton (Ceiba Pentandra) (1)
  Java Glory Bean (Clerodendrum Sspeciosum) (2)
  Java Tea (1)
  Jerusalem Sage (phlomis Fruticosa) (14)
  Jimson Weed (Datura Stramonium) (6)
  Judas Tree (Cercis Siliquastrum) (7)
  Judas Tree (cercis Siliquastrum) (47)
  Justicia Carnea (Justicia Carnea) (2)
  Justicia Spicigera (Justicia Spicigera) (1)



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  Kaki Persimmon (diospyros Kaki) (7)
  Kalanchoe (24)
  Kelp (Laminaria) (1)
  Kermes Oak (Quercus Coccifera) (2)
  Kerria (kerria Japonica) (28)
  King Solomon's-seal (Poligonatum Multiflorum) (7)
  Kingcup (caltha Palustris) (3)
  Kingcup (caltha Palustris) (17)
  Kiwifruit (11)
  Kiwifruit (8)
  Klip Dagga (leonotis Nepetifolia) (2)
  Knautia Macedonica (Knautia Macedonica) (1)
Fleur Tritoma tritome faux aloes 9005 1280 fei Kniphofia (kniphofia) (7) NEW
The tritome in long clusters is native to the Cape province in south Africa. Also known as the firebrand of Satan or false aloe. In the winter, down to -10°C if it protects the foot.
  Knotted Crane's-bill (Geranium Nodosum) (1)
  Koch's Gentian (Gentiana Kochiana) (18)
  Koelreuteria Paniculata (Koelreuteria Paniculata) (7)
  Kohleria Digitaliflora (Kohleria Digitaliflora) (1)
  Korean Bellflower (1)
  Kousa Dogwood (cornus Kousa) (4)



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  Lactarius Deliciosus (Lactarius Deliciosus) (2)
  Lactarius Deterrimus (Lactarius Deterrimus) (1)
  Lactarius Helvus (Lactarius Helvus) (1)
  Lacy Phacelia (phacelia Tanacetifolia) (9)
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  Lady Orchid (Orchis Purpurea) (11)
  Lady Tulip (Tulipa Clusiana) (1)
  Lady's Bedstraw (Galium Verum) (1)
  Lady's Mantle (alchemilla Mollis) (1)
  Lady's Purse (calceolaria) (5)
  Lady's-slipper Orchid (cypripedium Calceolus) (42)
  Lagerstroemia Indica (Lagerstroemia Indica) (2)
  Lake (987)
  Lamb's Ear (Stachys Byzantina) (3)
  Lamb's-ear (Stachys Lanata) (3)
  Lampranthus (4)
  Land (28)
Paysage etang de la chaux 1 Landscape (830) NEW
This morning a pond of Lime on the commune of Nançay, the trees reflected in the water in their autumnal colours, on the right, a shy silhouette of a deer, it will not go any further. Shame !
  Lantana Camara (lantana Camara) (49)
  Lapsana (Lapsana Communis) (5)
  Larch (15)
  Large Pink (Dianthus Superbus) (1)
  Large Yellow Foxglove (Digitalis Grandiflora) (1)
  Large-flowered Cactus (Selenicereus Grandiflorus) (1)
  Laserpitium Gallicum (Laserpitium Gallicum) (4)
  Latticed Stinkhorn (Clathrus Ruber) (3)
  Laurel (21)
  Lavatera (54)
  Lavatera Arborea (Lavatera Arborea) (5)
  Lavender (57)
  Lavender Field (110)
  Lavender Scallops (kalanchoe Fedtschenkoi) (1)
  Leadwort (8)
  Lebanon Cedar (Cedrus Libani) (12)
  Leccinum Aurantiacum (Leccinum Aurantiacum) (1)
  Leek (Allium Porrum) (2)
  Leg (2)
  Lemon (9)
  Lemon (citrus) (22)
  Lemon Balm (Melissa Officinalis) (1)
  Lemon Tree (citrus Limonum) (5)
  Lenten Rose (Helleborus Orientalis) (1)
  Lentinus Tigrinus (Lentinus Tigrinus) (1)
  Leonotis Leonorus (leonotis Leonorus) (5)
  Leontodon Autumnalis (Leontodon Autumnalis) (1)
  Leontopodium Alpinum (leontopodium Alpinum) (31)
  Leopard's Bane (Arnica Montana) (6)
  Leopardsbane (doronicum Orientale) (10)
  Lépidium Draba (Lépidium Draba) (1)
  Lepiota Cristata (Lepiota Cristata) (1)
  Lesser Calamint (Clinopodium Nepeta) (1)
  Lesser Celandine (ranunculus Ficaria) (22)
  Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus Ficaria) (2)
  Lesser Mexican-stonecrop (Sedum Confusum) (1)
  Lesser Periwinkle (vinca Minor) (11)
  Lesser Sea-spurrey (Spergularia Marina) (1)
  Lettuce (2)
  Leucaena Leucocephala (Leucaena Leucocephala) (3)
  Leyland Cypress (Cupressus X Leylandii) (2)
  Lichen (37)
  Lightning (59)
  Lilac (syringa) (169)
  Lilac Fuchsia (Fuchsia Arborescens) (1)
  Lilacbush (aubrieta) (21)
  Lilium (lilium) (264)
  Lilium Regale (Lilium Regale) (1)
  Lily Of The Nile (Zantedeschia Aethiopica) (7)
  Lily Of The Valley (convallaria Majalis) (80)
  Lime Trees (Tilia) (13)
  Limonium Vulgare (limonium Vulgare) (4)
  Linaria Repens (linaria Repens) (2)
  Lindheimer's Beeblossom (14)
  Lingzhi Mushroom (Ganoderma Lucidum) (4)
  Linum (linum) (30)
  Linum Campanulatum (Linum Campanulatum) (1)
  Linum Strictum (Linum Strictum) (1)
  Lion's Tail (Agave Attenuata) (2)
  Lithospermum Purpuro Caeruleum (Lithospermum Purpuro Caeruleum) (2)
  Lobelia (4)
  Lobularia Maritima (Lobularia Maritima) (4)
  Locusts (robinia) (7)
  Lonicera Implexa (lonicera Implexa) (3)
  Lonicera Periclymenum (Lonicera Periclymenum) (2)
  Looking-glass Mangrove (Heritiera Littoralis) (1)
  Loquat (Eriobotrya Japonica) (3)
  Loquat (Eriobotrya Japonica) (1)
  Lotus Berthelotii (Lotus Berthelotii) (1)
  Lotus Maritimus (Tetragonolobus Maritimus) (1)
  Lovage (Levisticum Officinale) (1)
  Love-in-a-mist (Nigella Damascena) (12)
  Love-lies-bleeding (amaranthus Caudatus) (6)
  Love-lies-bleeding (amaranthus Caudatus) (6)
  Ludwigia (5)
  Lungwort (Pulmonaria) (9)
  Lupine (lupinus Perennis) (39)
  Lycaste (Lycaste) (1)
  Lysimachia Punctata (Lysimachia Punctata) (4)



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  Macrolepiota Procera (macrolepiota Procera) (3)
  Madagascar Jasmine (Stephanotis Floribunda) (2)
  Madagascar Periwinkle (Catharanthus Roseus) (4)
  Magnolia (82)
  Magnolia (166)
  Magnolia Grandiflora (magnolia Grandiflora) (4)
  Magnolia Stellata (Magnolia Stellata) (12)
  Mahonia (32)
  Mahonia Bealei (Mahonia Bealei) (3)
  Maidenhair Tree (22)
  Maize (zea Mays) (5)
  Maize (Zea Mays) (9)
  Majorcan Hellebore (Helleborus Lividus) (25)
  Malabar Nut (adhatoda Vasica) (1)
  Malephora Crocea (malephora Crocea) (6)
  Mall-leaved Plane (2)
  Mallow Bindweed (Convolvulus Althaeoides) (1)
  Mallow Stork's-bill (erodium Malacoides) (5)
  Malpighia Emarginata (Malpighia Punicifolia) (4)
  Malus (Malus) (15)
  Malus 'Everest' (Malus 'Everest') (1)
  Malus Harvest Gold (Malus Harvest Gold) (8)
  Malus Sikkimensis (malus Sikkimensis) (3)
  Mandevilla (21)
  Mandevilla X Amabilis (Mandevilla X Amabilis) (1)
  Mangifera Indica (mangifera Indica) (2)
  Mangles' Kangaroo-paw ' (Anigozanthos Manglesii) (2)
  Maple (5)
  Marigold (Tagetes Minuta) (1)
  Marigold Flower (71)
  Marjoram (Origanum Majorana) (1)
  Marsh Helleborine (Epipactis Palustris) (1)
  Marsh Thistle (cirsium Palustre) (2)
  Marshmallow (Althaea Officinalis) (2)
  Martynia Louisiana (proboscidea Louisianica) (1)
  Mastic (Pistaccia Lentiscus) (2)
  Mastic Tree (Pistacia Lentiscus) (6)
  Matthiola Sinuata (Matthiola Sinuata) (4)
  Mauve Rose (46)
  Meadow Foxtail (Alopecurus Pratensis) (2)
  Meadow Sage (Salvia Pratensis) (5)
  Meadow Salsify (Tragopogon Pratensis) (6)
  Meadowrue (Thalictrum) (2)
  Meadowsweet (spiraea) (1)
  Medinilla Magnifica (medinilla Magnifica) (7)
  Mediterranean Sea Holly (Eryngium Bourgatii) (1)
  Megacollybia Platyphylla (Megacollybia Platyphylla) (1)
  Melampyrum (Melampyrum) (1)
  Melia Azedarach (Melia Azedarach) (1)
  Melilotus Officinalis (Melilotus Officinalis) (1)
  Melon (cucumis Melo) (8)
  Mespilus Germanica (Mespilus Germanica) (4)
  Metrosideros Polymorpha (Metrosideros Polymorpha) (3)
  Mexican Shrimp Plant (Justicia Brandegeeana) (5)
  Mexican Sunflower (tithonia Rotundifolia) (3)
  Mezereon (Daphne Mezereum) (3)
  Military Orchid (Orchis Militaris) (1)
  Milk-caps (Lactarius) (6)
  Milky Bellflower (Campanula Lactiflora) (1)
  Mimosa (101)
  Mimosa (mimosa) (95)
  Minnie Root (Ruellia Tuberosa) (7)
  Mint (9)
  Mirabelle Plum (Prunus Insititia) (2)
  Mirabelle Plum (Prunus Domestica) (2)
  Mirabilis Jalapa (mirabilis Jalapa) (32)
  Missouri Evening Primrose (Oenothera Missouriensis) (2)
  Mist (114)
  Mltnps (Miltoniopsis) (13)
  Mock Orange (Pittosporum Tobira) (3)
  Mock Strawberry (Duchesnea Indica) (4)
  Mock-orange (philadelphus) (10)
  Mock-orange (philadelphus) (26)
  Monkey Orchid (Orchis Simia) (2)
  Monkey Puzzle Tree (Araucaria Araucana) (1)
  Monkshood (Aconitum Napellus) (9)
  Monotropa (monotropa Hypopitys) (2)
  Montbretia Crocosmiiflora (montbretia Crocosmiiflora) (4)
  Montezuma Cypress (Taxodium Mucronatum) (2)
  Moon (321)
  Morchella (Morchella Esculenta) (1)
  Morchella (Morchella) (4)
  Morning Glory (Ipomoeap Purpurea)) (1)
  Morus Bombycis (Morus Bombycis) (1)
  Moss (39)
  Moss Campion (Silene Acaulis) (1)
  Mountain (1489)
  Mountain Cowslip (Primula Auricula) (2)
  Mountain Laurel (Kalmia Latifolia) (2)
  Mountain Lettuce (Lactuca Perennis) (1)
 Laitue Vivace Mountain Lettuce (Lactuca Perennis) (0)
  Mouse-ear Chickweed (Cerastium) (13)
  Mouse-ear Hawkweed (Hieracium Pilosella) (1)
  Mulberries (Morus) (11)
  Mulberry (morus) (5)
Fleur Bananier bananier musa j b meise 18j08a fei 3588 Musa (23) NEW
The banana, contrary to popular belief, is not a tree but a herbaceous plant. It is a tropical plant.
  Musa (24)
  Muscari Neglectum (Muscari Neglectum) (5)
Champignon champignon champignon blanc pinede Mushroom (116) NEW
November 5, 2018 : large white fungus which I do not know the name and that I have found in the pine forest and certainly not edible. I found only this one.
  Muskmelon (cucumis Melo) (3)
  Mussaenda Philippica (Mussaenda Philippica) (1)
  Mycena (Mycena) (6)
  Mycena Galericulata (mycena Galericulata) (1)
  Mycena Inclinata (Mycena Inclinata) (1)
  Myrtle (Myrtus) (1)
  Myrtle (myrtus) (7)
  Myrtle Leaf (Polygala Myrtifolia) (6)
  Myrtle Spurge (Euphorbia Myrsinites) (1)



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Fleur Morelle De Quito morelle de quito solanum quitoense j b meise 18j08b fei 3593 Naranjilla (Solanum Quitoense) (2) NEW
There is no nightshades from Quito to us, but I did some research on the internet and I found a very comprehensive article 'the culture of the nightshade of Quito'. I hope that during your next visit to the botanical garden, the plant will produce fruits.
  Narcissus (178)
  Narcissus-flowered Anemone (Anemone Narcissiflora) (2)
  Narrow Leaved Valerian (centranthus Angustifolius) (1)
  Narrow-leafed Ash (Fraxinus Angustifolia) (3)
  Narrow-leaved Ragwort (senecio Inaequidens) (2)
  Nasturtium (tropaeolum) (49)
  Natal Plum (Carissa Macrocarpa) (1)
  Natal Plum (Carissa Macrocarpa) (1)
  Navelwort (Umbilicus Rupestris) (4)
  Neapolitan Garlic (Allium Neapolitanum) (1)
  Nectarine (1)
  Neem (azadirachta Indica) (3)
  Nepeta (nepeta Cataria) (4)
  Nerium Oleander (nerium Oleander) (127)
  Nettle (urtica) (13)
  Ngaio Tree (Myoporum Laetum) (1)
  Nicotiana Alata (Nicotiana Alata) (4)
  Nicotiana Silvestris (Nicotiana Silvestris) (1)
  Nicotiana Tabacum (nicotiana Tabacum) (2)
  Nicotiana Tabacum (Nicotiana Tabacum) (1)
  Night-blooming Jasmine (Cestrum Nocturnum) (1)



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  Oak (Quercus) (61)
  Obedient Plant (Physostegia Virginiana) (2)
  Ocean (115)
  Octopus Stinkhorn (Clathrus Archeri) (2)
  Odontoglossum (Odontoglossum) (2)
  Odontoglossum (odontoglossum) (4)
  Old Man Banksia (Banksia Serrata) (7)
  Old Man's Beard (Clematis Vitalba) (16)
  Olive (olea Europaea) (73)
  Olive Tree (Olea Europaea) (12)
  Oncidium (Oncidium) (6)
  Onobrychis Viciifolia (Onobrychis Viciifolia) (2)
  Ononis Natrix (Ononis Natrix) (4)
  Ononis Natrix (Ononis Natrix) (1)
  Ophrys Bertolonii (Ophrys Bertolonii) (2)
  Opium Poppy (papaver Somniferum) (14)
  Orange (15)
  Orange Creeper (Pyrostegia Venusta) (2)
  Orange Eye (buddleja Davidii) (37)
  Orange King (Alstroemeria Aurantiaca) (1)
  Orange Rose (254)
  Orange Tree (Citrus Sinensis) (35)
  Orchid Family (orchidaceae) (161)
  Orchid Primrose (Primula Vialii) (3)
  Orchid Trees (10)
  Orchis (33)
  Orchis Provincialis (Orchis Provincialis) (1)
  Oregano (Origanum Vulgare) (2)
  Oregon-grape (mahonia Aquifolium) (9)
  Oreocereus Trollii (Oreocereus Trollii) (1)
  Oriental Paperbush (Edgworthia Chrysantha) (1)
  Oriental Poppy (Papaver Orientale) (16)
  Orlaya Grandiflora (Orlaya Grandiflora) (3)
  Ornithogalum (ornithogalum) (5)
  Ornithogalum Dubium (Ornithogalum Dubium) (6)
  Orobanche Arenaria (orobanche Arenaria) (1)
  Osteospermum (osteospermum) (88)
  Ostrich Fern (Matteuccia Struthiopteris) (1)
  Ostrya Carpinifolia (Ostrya Carpinifolia) (5)
  Oxeye Daisy (leucanthemum Vulgare) (189)
  Oxeye Daisy (Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum) (1)
  Oxlip (Primula Elatior) (5)



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  Pachypodium Lamerei (2)
  Pacific Madrona (Arbutus Menziesii) (1)
  Paddy Melon (Cucumis Myriocarpus) (1)
  Painted Tongue (Salpiglossis Sinuata) (3)
  Painted Trillium (trillium Undulatum) (1)
  Pallenis (2)
  Palmae (arecaceae) (110)
  Palmae (arecaceae) (10)
  Pampas Grass (cortaderia Selloana) (43)
  Pandanus Utilis (Pandanus Utilis) (2)
  Papaver (papaveraceae) (280)
  Papaver Croceum (papaver Croceum) (31)
  Paphiopedilum (Paphiopedilum Glaucophyllum) (6)
  Papyrus (7)
  Parasol Mushroom (macrolepiota Procera) (12)
  Parasola Plicatilis (Parasola Plicatilis) (5)
  Pardoglossum Cheirifolium (Pardoglossum Cheirifolium) (3)
Parc woluwe 9660 1280 fei Park (288) NEW
Many trees are already stripped of their foliage to shade the leaves to the end of their life.
  Parnassia Palustris (Parnassia Palustris) (4)
  Paronychia Kapela (Paronychia Kapela) (4)
  Parrot Tulips (37)
  Parrotia (Parrotia Persica) (1)
  Parthenocissus Vitacea (Parthenocissus Vitacea) (48)
  Passiflora Exoniensis. (Passiflora Exoniensis.) (1)
  Passion Flower (passiflora) (155)
  Passion Fruit (Passiflora Edulis) (1)
  Passion Fruit (4)
  Paulownia (Paulownia Tomentosa) (7)
  Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum Wallisii) (2)
  Peach (13)
  Peach (prunus Persica) (35)
  Peach Tree (Prunus Persica) (9)
  Peach-leaved Bellflower (Campanula Persicifolia) (14)
  Peacock Flower (Dietes Bicolor) (2)
  Peacock Flower (Gladiolus Murielae) (5)
  Peanut (Arachis Hypogaea) (1)
  Pear (17)
  Pear Tree (pyrus Communis) (17)
  Peking Willow (salix Babylonica) (38)
  Pelargonium (97)
  Pennisetum (Pennisetum) (2)
  Pennisetum Villosum (pennisetum Villosum) (7)
  Penny Bun (Boletus Edulis) (12)
  Pentas Lanceolata (Pentas Lanceolata) (9)
  Peony (paeonia) (250)
  Pepino Dulce (Solanum Muricatum) (1)
  Pepperidge Bush (7)
  Peppermint (Mentha Piperita) (1)
  Perennial Flax (Linum Narbonense) (2)
  Perennial Wall-rocket (Diplotaxis Tenuifolia) (1)
  Perforate St John's-wort (Hypericum Perforatum L.) (1)
  Perilla Frutescens (Perilla Frutescens) (1)
Fleur Pervenche 6996 une pervenche Periwinkle (vinca) (40) NEW
.. April 1, 2018, on the edge of the driveway that forest we follow, this little periwinkle isolated on... !
  Persian Cumin (Cuminum Cyminum) (2)
  Persian Silk Tree (albizia Julibrissin) (20)
  Persian Silk Tree (albizia Julibrissin) (20)
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  Pheasant's Back Mushroom (Polyporus Squamosus) (4)
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  Philodendron Erubescens (Philodendron Erubescens) (1)
  Phlomis Herba-venti (Phlomis Herba-venti) (3)
  Phlox (phlox) (24)
Fleur Phlox Subulé phlox 8998 1280 fei Phlox Subulata (Phlox Subulata) (4) NEW
A beautiful clump of Phlox blue in the rose garden of the park. Phlox subulata, also known as moss Phlox, is a perennial plant. Identified in 1753 by Linnaeus, from the Greek word meaning 'flame', in reference to the vivid colors of its flowers. In Japan they give rise to cultural events.
  Pholiota Mutabilis (Kuehneromyces Mutabilis) (4)
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  Pink Lady's Slipper (Cypripedium Acaule) (4)
  Pink Oxblood Lily (Rhodophiala Bifida) (1)
  Pink Primrose (Oenothera Speciosa) (2)
  Pink Quill (Tillandsia Cyanea) (2)
  Pink Shower Cassia (Cassia Javanica) (1)
  Pink-sorrel (Oxalis Articulata) (11)
  Pistacia Terebinthus (Pistacia Terebinthus) (6)
  Pisum Sativum (Pisum Sativum) (2)
  Pitcher Plants (10)
  Pittosporum Tobira (Pittosporum Tobira) (2)
  Plectranthus Ciliatus (Plectranthus Ciliatus) (1)
  Plum (11)
  Plum (Prunus Domestica L.) (39)
  Plum Blossom (Prunus Mume) (3)
  Plum Tree (17)
Fleur Plumbago Du Cap plumbago du cap plumbago bleu Plumbago Capensis (plumbago Auriculata) (40) NEW
11 November 2018 : the little flowers in my garden in this month of November... only the plumbago with its pretty blue flowers.
  Plumbago Europaea (Plumbago Europaea) (2)
  Plumeria Alba (plumeria Alba) (60)
  Plums And Custard (Tricholomopsis Rutilans) (2)
  Pluteus (Pluteus) (2)
  Poaceae (Gramineae) (125)
  Poinciana (Caesalpinia Pulcherrima) (1)
  Poinsettia (euphorbia Pulcherrima) (10)
  Polyalthia Longifolia (polyalthia Longifolia) (1)
  Polyporus (Polyporus) (4)
Fruit Grenade automne grenades Pomegranate (24) NEW
November 12, 2018 : here is some nice grenades well red on a background of foliage with autumn colors.
  Pomelo (Citrus Maxima) (1)
  Pond (17)
  Pond (751)
  Ponytail (4)
  Popcorn Cassia (Cassia Didymobotrya) (2)
  Poplar (populus) (37)
  Poppy Anemone (Anemone Coronaria) (5)
  Portia Tree (Thespesia Populnea) (1)
  Portuguese Squill (scilla Peruviana) (5)
Fleur Souci 7044 souci orange Pot Marigold (calendula Officinalis) (88) NEW
... 04 April 2018, a very nice sake and orange in this flower bed that stands out from the other.. !
  Potato (Solanum Tuberosum) (8)
  Potato Field (20)
  Potentilla Fruticosa Pink Queen (Potentilla Fruticosa Pink Queen) (1)
  Potentilla Verna (potentilla Verna) (2)
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  Pride Of Madeira (Echium Candicans) (6)
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  Princess Tree (paulownia Tomentosa) (3)
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  Prunella (8)
  Prunella Vulgaris (Prunella Vulgaris) (3)
  Prunus (81)
  Psathyrella (psathyrella) (4)
  Psathyrella Conopilus (Psathyrella Conopilus) (1)
  Pseuderanthemum Carruthersii (Pseuderanthemum Carruthersii) (1)
  Psoralea Bitumosa (Psoralea Bitumosa) (1)
  Pterocarya Fraxinifolia (Pterocarya Fraxinifolia) (3)
  Ptilotus Exaltus (Ptilotus Exaltus) (4)
  Puffball Mushroom (lycoperdon Perlatum) (9)
  Pulicaria Dysenterica (Pulicaria Dysenterica) (1)
  Pumpkin (Cucurbita Pepo) (17)
  Pumpkin (cucurbita Pepo) (2)
  Puncturevine (Tribulus Terrestris) (1)
  Punica (30)
  Punica (punica) (20)
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  Purple (ipomoea Purpurea) (30)
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  Purple Coneflower (echinacea) (46)
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  Quarry (2)
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  Queen Of The Night (Selenicereus Drandiflorus) (13)
  Queen S Wreath (Petrea Volubilis) (2)
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Arbre Cognassier 7146 fleurs de cognassier Quince (Cydonia Oblonga) (18) NEW
.. On April 10, 2018, beautiful flowers on this quince, but here it is in the garden of the neighbour... !
  Quince (Cydonia Oblonga) (6)
  Quince (cydonia Oblonga) (16)
  Quince (4)



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  Red Rose (580)
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  Red Valerian (Centranthus Ruber) (8)
Fleur Abutilon Strié fleur abutilon Red Vein Chinese Lanterns (Abutilon Striatum) (11) NEW
11 November 2018 : one of the few flowers from my garden : velvetleaf. A little color in this sad month of November.
  Redshank (Persicaria Maculosa) (4)
  Redstem Filaree (Erodium Cicutarium) (4)
  Reed (70)
  Reseda Luteola (Reseda Luteola) (1)
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  Rhipsalidopsis X "Sirius" (Rhipsalidopsis X "Sirius") (7)
  Rhodocybe Mundula (Rhodocybe Mundula) (1)
  Rhododendron (102)
Fleur Rhododendron rhododendron creme j b meise 18e15 fei 3586 Rhododendron (209) NEW
I learned that the rhododendrons are found in the mountainous regions but they delight also in the gardens. In their place of origin they can reach 5m high. I didn't know that azaleas are of the same family.
  Ribes (11)
  Ribes Aureum (Ribes Odoratum) (1)
  Ribwort Plantain (Plantago Lanceolata) (4)
  Ris Versicolor (Iris Versicolor) (4)
  River (160)
Rivière automne 2017 10 26 16 54 52 River (750) NEW
Here are the Yonne, a river and tributary of the Seine, passing here, in the village of Monéteau to the north of Auxerre ! In the evening, the landscape offers beautiful reflections in the colors of autumn !
  Robert's Barlia (Barlia Robertiana) (1)
  Robinia Pink Cascade (Robinia Pseudoacacia Casque Rouge) (1)
  Rock (205)
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  Rocket Larkspur (delphinium Ajacis) (9)
  Rockrose (cistus Albidus) (31)
  Rodgersia Sambucifolia (Rodgersia Sambucifolia) (1)
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  Root (22)
  Rosa Canina (rosa Canina) (107)
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  Rosa Rugosa (Rosa Rugosa) (5)
  Rosa Rugosa (Rosa Rugosa) (11)
  Rosa Veilchenblau (Rosa Veilchenblau) (1)
Fleur Rose rose 9000 1280 fei Rose (2109) NEW
As of roses in various colors in the beautiful rose garden of this large park. Here is an orange and three buttons that will require to bloom.
  Rose Cactus (pereskia Grandifolia) (2)
  Rose Campion (lychnis Coronaria Rubra) (9)
  Rose Glory Bower (Clérodendron Bungei) (1)
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  Rose Hip (cynorhodon) (7)
  Rose Of Sharon (hibiscus Syriacus) (65)
  Rosebay Willowherb (chamerion Angustifolium) (6)
  Rosemary (rosemary) (13)
  Rosy Garlic (Allium Roseum) (10)
  Rough Bindweed (Smilax Aspera) (2)
  Rough Bush-pea (Pultenaea Scabra) (1)
  Rough Horsetail (equisetum Hyemale) (1)
  Round Headed Leek (Allium Sphaerocephalon) (3)
  Round-headed (Phyteuma Orbiculare) (1)
  Round-leaved Crane's-bill (geranium Rotundifolium) (2)
  Rowan (Sorbus Aucuparia) (3)
  Royal Poinciana (delonix Regia) (9)
  Royal Poinciana (delonix Regia) (23)
  Rozites Caperata (Rozites Caperata) (1)
  Rubber Fig (Ficus Elastica) (2)
  Rudbeckia (107)
  Rumex Acetosa (Rumex Acetosa) (5)
  Russian Vine (Fallopia Baldschuanica) (2)
  Russsula Rosea (russsula Rosea) (1)
Champignon Russule russule feuille morte montage Russula (Russula) (12) NEW
November 12, 2018 : hat of 7 to 13 cm, hemispheric then convex with central depression pink-purple to red-purple, the foot slightly white tinted with pink, I think it is the russula dead leaf. It is found mainly in coniferous woods. I see all the years under the pine trees.
  Russula Delica (Russula Delica) (1)
  Russula Nigricans (Russula Nigricans) (1)
  Russula Nobilis (Russula Nobilis) (1)
  Russula Vesca (Russula Vesca) (1)



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  Sabi Star (adenium Obesum) (16)
  Sacred Bamboo (Nandina Domestica) (4)
  Sagittaria (Sagittaria Latifolia) (1)
  Sagittaria Graminea (Sagittaria Graminea) (3)
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  Salmon Bood Lily (scadoxus Multiflorus) (3)
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  Salvia (18)
  SALVIA Grahamii Red Velvet (Salvia Microphylla 'Rouge') (3)
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  Scarlet Cup Fungus (Sarcoscypha Coccinea) (3)
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  Scarlet Milkweed (Asclépiade Curassavica) (3)
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  Scrambled Egg Slime (Fuligo Septica) (1)
  Scutellinia Scutellata (Scutellinia Scutellata) (2)
Mer 7089 valras plage 34 Sea (818) NEW
.. The 08 April 2018, today a bit windy and the sea is a bit angry what makes us beautiful blow wave !
  Sea Beet (Beta Vulgaris Maritima) (1)
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  Senecio (senecio Cruentus) (7)
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  Service Tree (Sorbus Domestica) (3)
  Shadbush (7)
  Shadbush (sugarplum) (4)
  Shaggy Ink Cap (Coprinus Comatus) (21)
  Shaggy Parasol (Macrolepiota Rhacodes) (2)
  Shallot (8)
  Sheep's Bit Scabious (Jasione Montana) (1)
Feuille roue Sheet (709) NEW
This is not the photo of the year ! Leaving my car in the garage, I noticed that the driveway was well covered with dead leaves that I'll have to pick it up. I thought it was worth a photo... fro .
  Shell Ginger (alpinia Zerumbet) (5)
  Shepherd's-purse (Capsella Bursa-pastoris) (1)
  Shooting Star (Dodecatheon Meadia) (2)
  Shoreline Figwort (Scrophularia Auriculata) (1)
  Short-stemmed Russula (Russula Brevipes) (2)
  Showy Stonecrop (hylotelephium Spectabile) (5)
  Shrimp Plant (Justicia Brandegeana) (3)
  Shrubby Cinquefoil (Potentilla Fruticosa) (18)
  Shrubby Hare's Ear (bupleurum Fruticosum) (2)
  Siberian Larkspur (delphinium Grandiflorum) (1)
  Sierra Redwood (Sequoiadendron) (4)
  Silene (19)
  Silver Nailroot (Paronychia Argentea) (1)
  Silverbell (Halesia Carolina) (1)
  Silverweed (Potentilla Anserina) (1)
  Sisyrinchium Striatum (sisyrinchium Striatum) (2)
  Sixalix Atropurpurea (Sixalix Atropurpurea) (5)
  Skullcap (Scutellaria Costaricana) (3)
Ciel ciel ciel du 11 novembre Sky (739) NEW
11 November 2018 : here is the sky that we had on the morning of 11 November to 8 hours. Will we have rain in the day ?
  Skyflower (Duranta Plumieri) (1)
  Skyflower (Duranta Plumieri) (2)
  Small Jerrusalem Sage (Phlomis Lychnitis) (3)
  Smearwort (Aristolochia Rotunda) (2)
  Smoke Tree (Cotinus Coggygria) (14)
  Smoke Tree (cotinus Coggygria) (5)
  Smooth Hawksbeard (Crepis Capillaris) (1)
  Snake Plant (Sansevieria Trifasciata) (1)
  Snake's Head Fritillary (Fritillaria Meleagris) (13)
  Snakeshead (Arum Maculatum) (2)
  Snapdragon (antirrhinum Majus) (26)
  Sneezewort (Achillea Ptarmica) (1)
  Snow (1256)
  Snow Flake Tree (Trevesia Palmata) (2)
  Snow-in-summer (cerastium Tomentosum) (1)
Fleur Symphorine symphorine 8989 1280 fei Snowberry (symphoricarpos) (17) NEW
Snowberry and achene, All along the sidewalk there is an incredible amount of shrub. The white or pink flowers are rich in nectar and attract bees.
  Snowdrop (galanthus) (45)
  Soap Aloe (3)
  Soapworts (saponaria) (1)
  Soapy Knight (Tricholoma Saponaceum) (1)
  Solanaceae (7)
  Solanum Crispum (Chilean Potato Tree) (4)
  Solanum Jasminoides (solanum Jasminoides) (12)
Fleur Morelle Noire fruit morelle orangee Solanum Nigrum (Solanum Nigrum) (3) NEW
11 November 2018 : I just discovered the flowers and fruits of the nightshade, orange to 200 m from home. Other names : nightshade, yellow, hairy, hairy... scientific name : solanum villosum. This herb 10 to 60 cm is toxic. It is located in front of the vines in circles sunny. Here one sees the fruits of green and orange and small white flowers. It can be confused with black nightshade. Can you open a new topic ? I will try to print closer to the flowers and fruits separately. Thank you in advance.
  Sophora (Sophora) (5)
  Sophora Japonica Pendula (Sophora Japonica Pendula) (1)
  Sorbus (sorbus Aucuparia) (2)
  Sorbus Aucuparia (Sorbus Aucuparia) (3)
  Soursop (Annona Muricata) (1)
  Southern Magnolia (Magnolia Grandiflora) (26)
  Spanish Broom (Spartium Junceum) (2)
  Spanish Moss (Tillandsia Usneoides) (1)
  Spanish Oyster Thistle (Scolymus Hispanicus) (5)
Champignon Clavaire Chou Fleur champignon curiosite champignon Sparassis Crispa (Sparassis Crispa) (6) NEW
November 5, 2018 : fungus ? Or not fungus... I have found several in the pine forest. To the touch it is soft and gooey, who can tell me what it is ? Thank you in advance.
  Sparaxis Tricolor (Sparaxis Tricolor) (1)
  Sparmannia Africana (Sparmannia Africana) (1)
  Spathe Floweri (Spathiphyllum Wallisii) (1)
  Spathiphyllum (Spathiphyllum) (3)
  Spear Thistle (Cirsium Vulgare) (2)
  Speedwell (veronica) (27)
  Spider Lily (hymenocallis Littoralis) (6)
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  Spiraea Japonica (spiraea Japonica) (14)
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  Spotted Deadnettle (Lamium Maculatum) (1)
  Spreading Bellflower (Campanula Patula) (1)
  Sprekelia Formosissima (Sprekelia) (1)
  Spring (245)
  Spring Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla Vernalis) (6)
  Spring Snowflake (leucojum) (8)
  Spring Star Flower (Ipheion Uniflorum) (14)
  Spring Vetchling (lathyrus Vernus) (9)
  Spruce (picea) (8)
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  St Bernard's Lily (Anthericum Liliago) (2)
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  Staehelina Dubia (Staehelina Dubia) (3)
  Staghorn Sumac (rhus Typhina) (30)
  Stanhopea Orchid (Stanhopea) (1)
  Stapelia Nobilis (Stapelia Nobilis) (2)
  Star (8)
  Star Jasmine (Trachelospermum Jasminoides) (7)
Fleur Etoile De Bethléem 6998 etoiles de bethleem Star Of Bethlehem (hippobroma Longiflora) (20) NEW
.. 1 April 2018 in the gardens a few flowers star of Bethlehem is pushed to the middle of the aisle... !
  Star Of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum Dubium) (1)
  Star Of Persia Flower (Allium Christophii) (2)
  Star Thistle ((centaurea Scabiosa)) (33)
  Stereum Hirsutum (Stereum Hirsutum) (1)
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  Stoke's Aster (stokesia Laevis Blue Star) (3)
  Stone Pine (Pinus Pinea) (17)
  Storm (63)
  Straw Bale (36)
  Strawberries (Fragaria) (17)
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  Strawberry Tree (Arbutus Unedo) (13)
  Strawberry Tree (Arbutus Unedo) (21)
  Strobilurus Esculentus (Strobilurus Esculentus) (1)
  Stropharia Coronilla (Stropharia Coronilla) (1)
  Succulent Plant (31)
  Succulent Plant (2)
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  Suillus Bellinii (Suillus Bellinii) (1)
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  Sulphur Shelf (Laetiporus Sulphureus) (9)
  Summer (28)
  Sun (71)
  Sun Spurge (Euphorbia Helioscopia) (2)
Fleur Drosera drosera 20181117 Sundew (7) NEW
Here is a tiny spidervine of approximately 2cm photographed on the natural reserve of Lavours in the Ain. It was found mainly on land with peat.
  Sunflower (helianthus Annuus) (250)
Champ Tournesol potager 8436 1280 fei Sunflower Field (103) NEW
The days darken, it is very cold today (3 degrees to 16. 30), so I'm going to brighten up the screens with this beautiful sunflower.
  Sunrise (764)
Coucher Soleil percee du soleil arbres Sunset (3077) NEW
Just before the sun does, it has found a place to punch those great trees which no longer exist now.
  Swamp (153)
  Swamp Cypress (Taxodium Distichum) (7)
  Swamp Sunflower (helianthus Angustifolius) (18)
  Sweet Alyssum (Lobularia Maritima) (1)
  Sweet Chestnut (Castanea Sativa) (50)
  Sweet Granadilla (Passiflora Ligularis) (1)
Fleur Oranger fleuriste 9130 1280 fei Sweet Orange (9) NEW
On the sidewalk in front of the window of a florist, two small orange trees in a pot and their neighbour is a sedum that will soon make its flowers bloom.
  Sweet Pea (lathyrus Odoratus) (58)
  Sweet Pitcher Plant (sarracenia Rubra) (2)
  Sweet Potato (Ipomoea Batatas) (1)
  Sweet William Catchfly (Silene Armeria) (1)
  Sweetgum (liquidambar) (10)
  Sweetgum (Liquidambar Styraciflua) (1)
  Sycamore (platanus) (71)
  Syconium (20)
  Syzygium Jambos (syzygium Jambos) (1)



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  Tabernaemontana Divaricata (Tabernaemontana Divaricata) (4)
  Tacca (6)
  Tamarix (25)
  Tamaya (7)
  Tanacetum (tanacetum Vulgare) (6)
  Taraxacum (araxacum Officinale) (279)
  Taxus (Taxus Baccata) (8)
  Tecoma Stans (Tecoma Stans) (2)
  Teucrium (5)
  Thale Cress (Arabidopsis Thaliana) (1)
  Thanksgiving Cactus (schlumbergera) (17)
  Thapsia Villosa (Thapsia Villosa) (1)
  Thistle (232)
  Thistles (cirsium) (10)
  Thorntrees (8)
  Thorny Broom (Calicotome Spinosa) (8)
  Thrift (armeria) (5)
  Thunbergia Erecta (Thunbergia Erecta) (1)
  Thunderstorm (124)
  Thyme (Thymus) (5)
  Tickseed (10)
  Tilia (4)
  Tillandsia Ionantha (tillandsia Ionantha) (9)
  Timberline Wren (Thryorchilus Browni) (1)
  Tinder Fungus (fomes Fomentarius) (6)
  Titan Arum (Amorphophallus Titanum) (5)
  Toad Lilies (tricyrtis) (6)
Fruit Tomate tomates 8806 1600 fei Tomato (Solanum Lycopersicum) (32) NEW
There were various varieties of tomatoes in the garden, the small, round, ovate, yellow, green and orange.
  Tomato (solanum Lycopersicum) (13)
  Toothwort (lathraea) (3)
  Topinambour (helianthus Tuberosus) (13)
  Torch Ginger (etlingera Elatior) (20)
  Tordylium Maximum (Tordylium Maximum) (1)
  Touch Me Not Balsam (Impatiens Noll Tangere) (5)
  Tower Of Jewels, Red Bugloss, Tenerife Bugloss (Echium Wildpretii) (2)
  Tradescantia (6)
  Tradescantia Virginian (tradescantia Virginiana.) (21)
  Trailing Iceplant (delosperma Cooperi) (45)
  Trametes Gibbosa (Trametes Gibbosa) (1)
  Trametes Versicolor (Trametes Versicolor) (2)
  Trametes Versicolor Growing (trametes Versicolor) (4)
  Traveller's Tree (Ravenala Madagascariensis) (6)
Arbre arbre solitaire automne 2 Tree (1285) NEW
This tree is well isolated in the heart of nature has asked me to make him a wallpaper, so why not add it to the list after all.
  Tree Heath (Erica Arborea) (2)
  Tree Marigold (tithonia Diversifolia) (3)
  Tree Medick (medicago Arborea) (8)
  Tree Of Heaven (Ailanthus Altissima) (5)
  Tree Peony (Paeonia Suffruticosa) (22)
  Tree Spurge (Euphorbia Dendroides)) (1)
  Tree Stump (40)
  Tree Tomato (2)
  Tremella Mesenterica (Tremella Mesenterica) (3)
  Tricholoma Flavovirens (Tricholoma Equestre) (1)
  Tricholoma Sejunctum (Tricholoma Sejunctum) (2)
  Trifoliate Orange (Poncirus Trifoliata) (1)
  Trifoliate Orange (Poncirus Trifoliata) (2)
  Trifoliate Orange (Poncirus Trifoliata) (1)
  Trifolium Alpinum (Trifolium Alpinum) (3)
  Trifolium Stellatum (Trifolium Stellatum) (3)
  Trimezia Martinicensis (Trimezia Martinicensis) (6)
  Triplet Lily (triteleia Laxa) (2)
  Tritoma (kniphofia) (18)
  Trouping Crumble Cap (Coprinus Disseminatus) (1)
  True Indigo (Indigofera Tinctoria) (1)
  Truffle (fungus) (4)
  Trumpet Vine (Podranea Ricasoliana) (17)
  Trumpet Vine (campsis Radicans) (69)
  Tubaria (Tubaria) (1)
  Tuberose (polianthes Tuberosa) (3)
  Tufted Vetch (Vicia Cracca) (3)
  Tulbaghia Violacea (Tulbaghia Violacea) (2)
  Tulbaghia Violacea (tulbaghia Violacea) (2)
  Tulip (tulipa) (705)
  Tulip Field (15)
  Tulip Tree (Liriodendron Tulipifera) (1)
  Tulipa Sylvestris (Tulipa Sylvestris) (1)
  Tumbleweed (Amaranthus Deflexus) (1)
  Turk's Cap (Melocactus Intortus) (1)
  Turk's Cap Lily (lilium Martagon) (36)
  Turmeric (Curcuma Longa) (3)
  Turtlehead (Chelone Obliqua) (3)
  Twin Spur (diascia) (5)
  Two-leaf Squill (Scilla Bifolia) (2)
  Typha Latifolia (Typha Latifolia) (1)



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  Umbelliferae (apiaceae) (27)
  Unicorn Plant (1)
  Urospermum Dalechampii (Urospermum Dalechampii) (11)



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  Valerian (Centranthus Ruber) (5)
  Valerian (28)
  Vanhoutte Spiraea (Spiraea Vanhouttei) (4)
  Vanilla (3)
  Vegetable (82)
  Vegetable Garden (5)
  Velvet Tree (Miconia Magnifica) (1)
  Venus's Car (dicentra Spectabilis) (42)
  Verbascum Blattaria (Verbascum Blattaria) (1)
  Verbascum Densiflorum (Verbascum Densiflorum) (5)
  Verbascum Pulverumentum (verbascum Pulverumentum) (1)
  Verbascum Undulatum (Verbascum Undulatum) (1)
  Verbena (22)
Fleur Pourpier feuillage pourpier escargot Verdolaga (portulaca Oleracea) (19) NEW
11 November 2018 : there is no topic for the foliage of the portulaca apparently... it is however quite nice and it has had the visit of a small snail white.
  Veronica Prostata (veronica Prostata) (1)
  Verticillate Lousewort (Pedicularis Verticillata) (1)
  Vetches (vicia) (7)
  Viburnum (16)
  Viburnum Bodnantense (Viburnum Bodnantense) (9)
  Viburnum Opulus (viburnum Opulus) (31)
  Viburnum Plicatum (Viburnum Plicatum) (1)
  Viburnum Tinus (viburnum Tinus) (33)
  Viburnum Tinus (Viburnum Tinus) (2)
  Viburnums Carlesii (Viburnums Carlesii) (5)
Vigne grappes rouges Vine (338) NEW
The fruits of the vine sparkle in the sun, these clusters are almost transparent. They are waiting to be picked to make good wine.
  Viola Alba (Viola Alba) (1)
  Viola Arborescens (Viola Arborescens) (1)
  Violet Limodore (Limodorum Abortivum) (1)
  Violets (viola) (214)
  Violets (viola) (80)
  Viorne Bodnantense (Viorne Bodnantense) (1)
  Viper's Bugloss (Echium Vulgare) (8)
  Virgin Palm (Dioon Edule Lindl) (4)
  Vitis Vinifera (Vitis Vinifera) (8)
  Volcano (17)
  Volvariella (Volvariella) (1)
  Volvariella Bombycina (Volvariella Bombycina) (2)
  Voodoo Lily (dracunculus Vulgaris) (1)
  Voodoo Lily (dracunculus Vulgaris) (3)



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  Wake-robin (trillium Erectum) (16)
  Wall Germander (Teucrium Chamaedrys) (1)
  Wall Rocket (Diplotaxis Erucoides) (13)
  Walnut (8)
  Wandering Jew (tradescantia Pallida 'purpurea') (5)
  Water (503)
  Water Lily (nymphea) (346)
  Water Mint (Mentha Aquatica) (3)
  Watercress (Nasturtium Officinale) (1)
  Waterfall (333)
  Waterfall (71)
  Watermelon (2)
  Wave (155)
  Wavyleaf Mullein (verbascum Thapsus) (4)
  Waxplant (hoya) (13)
  Way (209)
  Wayfaring Tree (Viburnum Lantana) (1)
  Weasel's Snout (Misopates Orontium) (1)
  Weigela (27)
  Wheat Celosia (celosia Spicata) (5)
  Wheat Field (146)
  White Asphodel (Asphodelus Albus) (5)
  White Baneberry (Actaea Alba) (1)
  White Bottlebrush (Callistemon Salignus) (3)
  White Bryony (Bryonia Dioica) (5)
  White Campion (silene Latifolia) (6)
  White Clover (Trifolium Repens) (2)
  White Fringetree (Chionanthus Virginicus) (2)
  White Helleborine (Cephalanthera Damasonium) (2)
  White Margin Spurge (Euphorbia Marginata) (2)
  White Mignonette (Reseda Alba) (4)
  White Mouth Dayflower (commelina Erecta) (2)
  White Orchid Tree (Bauhinia Variegata Candida) (2)
  White Rock-rose (helianthemum Apenninum) (3)
  White Rose (177)
  White Saddle (Helvella Crispa) (1)
  White Stonecrop (Sedum Album) (5)
  White Trillium (Trillium Grandiflorum) (5)
  White Willow (Salix Alba) (6)
  Whitebeam (Sorbus Aria) (1)
  Whorled Tickseed (Coreopsis Verticillata) (3)
  Wild Angelica (angelica Sylvestris) (8)
  Wild Cabbage (Brassica Oleracea) (4)
  Wild Cherry (Prunus Avium) (11)
  Wild Cherry (Prunus Avium) (8)
  Wild Flower Field (66)
  Wild Leek (Allium Ampeloprasum) (4)
  Wild Mustard (Sinapis Arvensis) (2)
  Wild Radish (Raphanus Raphanistrum) (2)
  Wild Rose (20)
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  Willow Oak (Quercus Phellos) (2)
  Willowherb (epilobium) (23)
  Winter (606)
  Winter Jasmin (31)
  Wintersweet (Chimonanthus Praecox) (1)
  Wistaria (wisteria) (130)
  Witch-hazel (Hamamelis) (13)
  Woad (Isatis Tinctoria L.) (1)
  Wood Anemone (anemone Nemorosa) (30)
Fleur Anémone Sylvie anemone sylvie j b meise 18d08g fei 3599 Wood Anemone (anemone Nemorosa) (10) NEW
A ray of sunshine and this is the anemone Sylvie smile at the photographer of all of its white petals.
Champignon Pied Bleu tricolome pied bleu Wood Blewit (lepista Nuda) (4) NEW
12 November 2018 : the tricolome blue foot has a cap of 5 to 15 cm colour lilac, its lamellae also, as well as the foot which is 4 to 9 cm. It is easy to recognize, grows late in the wood of hardwoods and conifers from spring to winter mostly in October-November. It would be edible, but because of its color unappealing, me I leave it where it is.
  Wood Forget-me-not (Myosotis Sylvatica) (1)
  Wood Hedgehog (Hydnum Repandum) (3)
  Wood Mushroom (Agaricus Silvicola) (1)
  Wood Sorrel (oxalis) (18)
  Wood Sorrel (Oxalis Acetosella) (1)
  Woodruff (Galium Odoratum) (2)
  Woolish Espostoa (Espostoa Lanata) (1)
  Woolly Bluestar (Amsonia Tabernaemontana) (2)
  Woolly Nightshade (Solanum Mauritianum) (1)
  Woolly Nightshade (Solanum Mauritianum) (1)
  Woolly Thistle (Cirsium Eriophorum) (1)
  Woolly Thistle (Cirsium Eriophorum) (1)
  Wych Elm (Ulmus Glabra) (5)
  Xanthium Strumarium (Xanthium Strumarium) (1)



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  Xanthostemon Myrtifolius (xanthostemon Myrtifolius) (3)
  Xerula Radicata (Oudemansiella Radicata) (3)



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  Yarrow (achillea) (13)
  Yellow Anemone (Anemone Ranunculoides) (2)
  Yellow Archangel (Lamium Galeobdolon) (2)
  Yellow Asphodel (Asphodeline Lutea) (1)
  Yellow Asphodel (asphodeline Lutea) (1)
  Yellow Bird Of Paradise (Caesalpinia Gilliesii) (2)
  Yellow Candle (Pachystachys Lutea) (1)
  Yellow Floating Heart (Nymphoides Peltata) (1)
  Yellow Foxglove (Digitalis Lutea) (1)
  Yellow Hibiscus (Pavonia Spinifex) (1)
  Yellow Hornpoppy (glaucium Flavum) (7)
  Yellow Iris (iris Pseudacorus) (74)
  Yellow Lady's Slipper (Cypripedium Luteum Parviflorum) (2)
  Yellow Oleander (Thevetia Peruviana) (3)
  Yellow Rattle (rhinanthus Crista-galli) (2)
  Yellow Rose (295)
  Yellow Stagshorn (Calocera Viscosa) (2)
  Yellow Star-of-Bethlehem (Gagea Lutea) (1)
  Yellow Trout Lily (Erythronium Americanum) (1)
  Yellow Wort (Blackstonia Perfoliata) (1)
  Yellow Woundwort (Stachys Recta) (5)
  Yellow-staining Mushroom (Agaricus Xanthoderma) (1)
  Yellowhorn (Xanthoceras Sorbifolium) (1)
  Yesterday-today-and-tomorrow (2)
  Yucca Gloriosa (Yucca Gloriosa) (4)
  Yuccas (28)



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  Zantedeschia (Zantedeschia) (3)
  Zealand Flax (Phormium Tenax) (5)
  Zebra Aloe (Aloes Saponaria) (2)
  Zephyranthes Rosea (Zephyranthes Rosea) (1)
  Zinnia (67)
  Zucchini (13)
  Zucchini (1)
  Zucchini (Cucurbita Pepo) (1)
  Zygopetalum (Zygopetalum) (2)


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