Beech
Beech /bi:t∫/
(n) a tall forest tree with smooth grey bark , shiny leaves and small nuts
Example: The great beeches towered up towards the sky.


Birch
Birch /bə:t∫/
(n) a tree with smooth bark and thin branches that grows in northern countries
Example: Birch species are generally small to medium-sized trees or shrubs


Bloom
Bloom /blum/
(verb) a flower (usually one on a plant that people admire for its flowers)
Example: The plant produced a single white bloom.


Bluebell
Bluebell /’blu:bel/
(n) a wild plant with small blue flowers that have the shape of bells
Example:


Bracken
Bracken /’brækən/
(n) a wild plant with large leaves that grows thickly on hills and in woods and turns brown in the autumn
Example: Bracken (Pteridium) is a genus of large, coarse ferns in the family Dennstaedtiaceae.


Bud
Bud /bʌd/
(n) a small closed part that grows on a plant and from which a flower, leaf or stem develops; a flower or leaf that is not fully open
Example: The first buds appearing in spring


bush
bush /bʊʃ/
(n) a plant that grows thickly with several hard stems coming up from the root
Example: She was hiding in the bushes at the side of the lane.


Buttercup
Buttercup /’bʌtəkʌp/
(n) a wild plant with small shiny yellow flowers that are like cups in shape
Example: The petals of buttercups are often highly lustrous


Cactus
Cactus /kæktəs/
(n) a plant that grows in hot dry regions, especially one with thick stems covered in spines but without leaves. There are many different types of cactus .
Example: Cactus stems are often ribbed or fluted


Carnation
Carnation /kɑ:’nei∫n/
(n) a white, pink, red or yellow flower, often worn as a decoration on formal occasions
Example: Carnations were mentioned in Greek literature 2,000 years ago.


Cedar
Cedar /’si:də/
(n) a tall evergreen tree with wide spreading branches
Example: Cedrus, common English name cedar, is a genus of coniferous trees in the plant family Pinaceae


Cherry tree
Cherry tree /ˈʧɛri triː/
(n) a tree on which cherries grow, or a similar tree, grown for its flowers
Example: A cherry tree will take three to four years once it is planted in the orchard to produce its first crop of fruit, and seven years to attain full maturity.[12]


Chestnut tree
Chestnut tree /ˈʧɛsnʌt triː/
(n) a large tree with spreading branches that produces smooth brown nuts inside cases that are covered with spikes
Example: There are several types of chestnut tree.


Chrysanthemum
Chrysanthemum /Kri’sænθəməm/
(n) a large, brightly coloured garden flower that is like a ball in shape and is made up of many long narrow petals
Example: In Japan, a form of bonsai chrysanthemum was developed over the centuries.


Coconut tree
Coconut tree /ˈkəʊkənʌt triː/
(n) the large nut of a tropical tree called a coconut palm. It grows inside a hard shell and contains a soft white substance that can be eaten and juice that can be drunk.
Example: She broke open the coconut and drank its sweet milk.