Flora

Classification of the flora are based on regions, period, climate and special environments.

The native and indigenous flora of an area like the Gum trees (eucalypts) is a vital part of the Australian natural environment as is English oak of the United Kingdom.

The plants that are grown by humans for a deliberate purpose or agricultural plants.

Weed flora which includes all such flora groups that are regarded as undesirable.

Scientists have divided the animal kingdom into divisions and subdivisions.

  1. First division is Phylum. These break down into groups called classes.

  2. Classes are divided into orders

  3. From orders come families

  4. From families the genera

  5. Each genus include species. Species are individual groups of animals having the same characteristics and can breed together known as true breeding.

The naturally growing flora and fauna in the water bodies particularly the oceans and seas form an environmental zone called the marine biome. This can be divided into three layers: the euphotic, the disphotic, and the aphotic.

​Spring / Summer

These Are the Flowers You Should Plant on the First Day of Spring

  1. Crocus

  2. Daffodils (Narcissus)

  3. Hyacinths (Hyacinthus)

  4. Primrose (Primula)

  5. Tulips (Tulipa)

  6. Camellia

  7. Crimson and Gold (Chaenomeles x superba)

  8. Flowering Currant (Ribes sanguineum)

  9. Forsythia x intermedia

  10. Star Magnolia (Magnolia stellata)

  11. Rhododendron

Winter / Fall

Let’s have a look at some of the best winter flowering annual plants that you can grow in your home garden:

  1. Alyssum:

  2. Antirrhinum (Snapdragon):

  3. Aster:

  4. Calendula (Pot Marigold):

  5. Clarkia:

  6. Dianthus (Sweet William):

  7. Hollyhock:

  8. Larkspur:

  9. Pansy:

  10. Petunia:

  11. Phlox: