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Common Plant Names

If you intend on planning a good indoor or outdoor garden, knowing common plant names is vital. As many botanical shops sell with their seeds, seedlings and full grown plants by their common plant

name, it is vital that you can group common names with scientific names.

There are several methods to group common plant names with their scientific names. Databases and plant encyclopedias are preferred, as most of these will supply images of the [species|plants} along with a list of all of their names. If you retain the seed packets when you purchase your plants, they usually name the scientific name with the local common plant name.

In quite a few situations, the common plant name is the english translation of the latin translation of the name. The latin is also known as scientific, as many scientific names are taken from ancient language.

Some common plant names for herbs include Ammania, Bedstraw, Beggarticks, Buckwheat, Bursage, annual, Buttercup, Catnip, Cocklebur, Conzya, Crimson Monkeyflower, Cudweed, Dove Weed and Duckweed.

If you are interested in common plant names for flowering plants, a few include african corn lily, african lily, alpine thistle, amaryllis, amazon lily, arum, baby's breath, balloon flower, barberton daisy, bee balm, bell flower, bells of Ireland, roses, tulips, .clover, gerber daisy and sunflower.|African corn lily, african lily, alpine thistle, amaryllis, amazon lily, arum, baby's breath, balloon flower, barberton daisy, bee balm, bell flower, bells of Ireland, roses, tulips, .clover, gerber daisy and sunflower are a few common plant names for flowering plants.}

Popular, oak, birch, coffee trees, rubber trees, lemon trees, orange trees, pear trees, apple, Japanese maple, juniper and ash are a few common names of trees for those who are interested.|For those of you interested in trees, some common names include popular, oak, birch, coffee trees, rubber trees, lemon trees, orange trees, pear trees, apple, Japanese maple, juniper and ash.} If you are researching trees in order to grow in your home or outside, you should know that trees have a much longer grow cycle than flowering plants. Some trees, such as fruit trees, are especially sensitive to climate. Research should be done before you import any tree that has not already been introduced to the region.

If you live in a region that has poisonous plants, knowing their common plant names can prevent confusion if you or a loved one are exposed to them. Some common poisonous plants include poison ivy, poison oak, belladonna, night shade, alder buckthorn, yew, english ivy, foxglove, monk's hood, poison hemlock, poison sumac and pokeweed. If you suspect that you have been poisoned by any species of plant, you should obtain medical attention as soon as possible. Poisonous plants should not be kept as indoor plants unless precautions are done to prevent poisoning. Some herbs can be poisonous if used improperly, so many resources will list useful herbs, such as chives, garlic and cinnamon as poisons, due to improper usage.

Knowing the common plant names isn't enough to ensure that you will be able to keep them in your indoor or outdoor garden. Researching the plants and ensuring that you live in the proper environment for the plants you desire is necessary if you want to make sure your plants have longevity.