Plantae Kingdom - Plants

Plants are multicellular organisms composed of eukaryotic cells. The cells are organized into tissues and have cell walls. They obtain nutrients by photosynthesis and absorption. Examples include mosses, ferns, conifers, and flowering plants.

The search box on this page is useful for looking up common names and scientific names and all content on this site related to your search.  An index of currently published information is listed below.

Links on the higher order taxonomy names will open up a new window (or tab) in your browser to other online sites. Information about the classification of plants is provided by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation

The following is an example of the current format for presenting information and observations for each species of plant at Wildcat Bluff Nature Center.

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