In the navigation panel (in the upper-left corner of the screen), choose one of the plant lists. You can then page through the plants in the corresponding order.
Example: Flower Color
Example: Family Name
When you use the Botanical family name list, you can see the most closely related plants together, since this list also sorts the plants by genus within a family.
Once you have a list in the lower-left panel, you can select a plant directly by clicking on its name and the
Plant Page will appear. If you prefer, you can use the
You also have the option of generating a plant list that is tailored to what you are interested in. The SEARCH function lets you specify a combination of characteristics, search by any part of a plant or family name, or both.
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