Types of Plants: 20 Different Types of Plants in English

Types of Plants!!! Below is the list of some types of plants. This interesting list shows only common names of plants because scientific names are very hard to remember and probably not what you find.

Types of Plants

List of Plant Names

  1. Magnolia
  2. Moss
  3. Green Algae
  4. Peace Lily
  5. Fern
  6. Ginkgo
  7. Daffodil
  8. Spider Plant
  9. English Ivy
  10. Conifer
  11. Shrub
  12. Cactus
  13. Fir
  14. Spruce
  15. Rubber Plant
  16. Sago Palm
  17. White Lily
  18. Golden Pothos
  19. Mass Cane
  20. Aloe

Examples of Types of Plants

Magnolia

  • I’m so glad I planted that spindly little magnolia tree 20 years ago.

Moss

  • The rocks near the river were covered with moss.

Green Algae

  • Now it’s choking with thick green algae.

Peace Lily

  • My favorite houseplant is the peace lily.

Fern

  • It is an attractive tree – fern with high ornamental value.

Ginkgo

  • Countless people swear that ginkgo has changed their lives.

Daffodil

  • I told uncle I was putting three hundred on Daffodil.

Spider Plant

  • He moved to the far end of the living room and boiled a small young spider plant.

English Ivy

  • The wall was covered with English ivy.

Conifer

  • The problem is exacerbated by the increase in conifer plantations.

Shrub

  • There is a small evergreen shrub on the hillside.

Cactus

  • It is a perfect location for a cactus.

Fir

  • The next winter, the fir tree was chosen for a Christmas tree.

Spruce

  • My lookout tree is red spruce.

Rubber Plant

  • The leaves of the giant rubber plants bounce up and down.

Sago Palm

  • Could you give me some information on cherry laurel, sago palm, and Elaeagnus?

White Lily

  • He bows silently and hands her a single white lily.

Golden Pothos

  • Golden pothos plants are easy to care for and can thrive in most homes.

Mass Cane

  • The Mass Cane delivers bright and variegated foliage to low-light interior spaces.

Aloe

  • The mixed juice of pumpkin, Lycium, and aloe was used to produce complex fruit wine.

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Common Names of Plants in English

Types of Plants

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Tayla
Tayla
7 months ago

Hiii

Kaitlyn
Kaitlyn
7 months ago
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hi

Kaitlyn
Kaitlyn
7 months ago

hi

Kaitlyn
Kaitlyn
7 months ago
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