RM2HBN5ED–Dandelion, Taraxacum officinale, seedhead, UK
RMKYX0GR–Close up shot of Echinopsis spachiana Cactus with flowers
RF2G4C0HY–Detail area of a young green two row barley crop in a field
RF2JM1X5Y–Detail top view of leaf of soft tree fern. Botanic name 'Dicksonia Antarctica'
RM2CB0YY8–Ficus insipida is a tropical tree in the fig genus of the family Moraceae. It ranges from Mexico to South America, and is commonly found in cloud fore
RM2G6X2BT–Gymnocalycium Mihanovichii Cactus
RF2F9FNW6–Crassulaceae Crassula ovata or money tree plant type of genus thick leaf on brown stony ground in autumn Country of origin South Africa on the African
RF2D9E4K0–Cycas conferta is a species of cycad. It is native to rocky areas of the Northern Territory in Australia.
RF2B7R8H6–Rhododendron Bloom, Redwoods, Coastal Fog, Damnation Creek, Del Norte Redwoods State Park, Redwood National and State Parks, California
RM2DKT1H8–Deciduous ferns bracken, closeup during Autumn in the New Forrest, Hampshire, England, UK.
RM2AER5X4–Anthurium (Andraeanum Group) 'Volare' Araceae family Anthurium andraeanum is a flowering plant species in the family Araceae that is native to Colombia and Ecuador tailflower painter's palette flamingo flower laceleaf, grown as an ornamental plant in the form of many hybrids or horticultural varieties
RM2E9NA77–Deadly carrot or Thapsia Garganica flowering plant stems as a source for a plant-based antiviral drug against Covid-19. Low angle view close up against blue sky. Thapsia Garganica commonly known as Deadly Carrot is a species of poisonous herbaceous plants used in the past as a traditional medicine. According to recent researches the Thapsigargin substance derived from the poisonous plant and studied for cancer treatment, could be effective against the coronavirus and to have a powerful antiviral Impact on SARS-CoV-2 virus to stop Covid 19.