Identifying flowering plants is useful. You can decide whether that bloom will thrive in your garden, if those leaves are edible, and which plants are poisonous. The right flower identification tools will educate you on the blossoms around you. These plant identification resources are a starting point on your journey. Soon, you'll see wildlife in a whole new way.
A comprehensive state-by-state flower identification guide.
An appendix of invasive alien plants.
An interactive flower identification tool.
Pick the best plants for your garden.
Buy a beautiful daisy bouquet.
Check out an inventory of vegetation throughout US National Parks.
Enter habitat and growth information for flower identification in Washington.
Learn how to distinguish plants by their leaves.
Photos and descriptions to help with aquatic plant identification.
A lesson plan to help children with flower identification.
Learn to identify aquatic species in Indiana.
Identify wildflowers by family, color, or leaves.
Identify and learn to care for house plants.
A comprehensive flower identification tool for this region.
Learn to garden with native California flowers.
A fast fact sheet about edible flowers.
Learn how to send unidentified North Carolina species in for professional identification.
An extensive index of Oklahoma flowers.
Identify flowers from one of seven groups by pictures.
A detailed encyclopedia of plants.
Identify plants as well as their flowering or fruiting statuses.
A (flower identification tool) with multiple entries.
Pictures of wildflowers throughout the Santa Monica region.
Identify plants in the Southeastern US.
A flower identification guide using characteristics.
A quick guide to flowers and plant names.
A beginning guide to identifying plants.
Learn to use group and color for (plant identification).
A quiz on identifying plants.
A plant reference for gardeners.
Find the perfect plants to garden with.
Identify flowers and plants in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Arizona.
Interactive keys for tropical flowers.
A guide to using a dichotomous key.
A guide to the traits of plants in this area.
Written By Ava Rose.