DMOZ - Recreation: Outdoors: Wildlife: Plants
Contact-Poisonous Plants of the World
Descriptions and images of plants that are harmful when touched, including powerful tropical relatives of stinging nettle and poison-ivy.
East Asian Flora Web
Information and exchange of plants of Southeast Asia and Australasia.
Endemic Plants of Mauritius
Species descriptions, images, and articles.
Find Wild Flowers
The Botanical Society of the British Isles provides a key to the plants of Great Britain and Ireland.
Flora of the Province of Varese
The site describes the flora of San Quiricio in Varese, Italy and work in plant cartography in the province.
Flowers in Israel
Photo galleries of Israeli wildflowers and native plants.
Guide to Poisonous Plants
Includes a search mechanism and links.
Native Flora of Samsonvale, Queensland, Australia
Personal site with images, flowering calendar, invasive weed management, and wildlife of a registered 'Land for Wildlife' acreage block near Brisbane.
Paul Nielsen’s British Flora Gallery
Gallery and information on British flowers for the resident and tourist.
Botanical notes from the edge of the Kanto Plain, Japan.
Includes information about plants native to southern Africa and related topics by the National Botanical Institute of South Africa.
Using Wild Plants
A Natural Life Magazine article.
Western Isles Wildflowers
Wildflowers in the Western Isles of Scotland. Wildflower identification, photographs and plant lore.
Wharfe - Wild Flower Page
David Brear's excellent wild flower site with a UK focus.
Wild Flowers of Strathclyde Park
Photographs of wildflowers in Strathclyde Park, with details of habitat and medicinal properties.
Wildflowers and Weeds
Thomas J. Elpel, the author of Botany in a Day, provides a guide to identifying plants by families.
Wildflowers of Japan
Provides photographs of wildflowers, available for use as desktop wallpaper, natural scenery and mountains in Japan.
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