Use this Interpretive Guide the Way YOU Want

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.

The navigation panel

Example: Flower Color
The Flower Color list shows 6 color ranges. When you click on a color range, the list will expand to show the plants with flowers in that range. If you click the color range again, the list will collapse.

Example: Family Name
There are two options to see the plants grouped by the families they are in either by Common family (and plant) names or by Botanical family (and plant) names. When you click on a family name, the list will expand to show the plants in that family. If you click the family name again, the list will collapse. With the Next button, you can move through all the plants in a family.

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 Prev(ious) and Next buttons to go through the list in order.

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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