Amaryllidaceae Family

Perennial herbs with bulbs. Flowers are bisexual and symmetrical, usually actinomorphic (Capable of being divided into equal halves along any diameter. Having its petals arranged in a radially symmetric fashion.). Leaves simple with parallel veins. Allyl sulfide compounds produce the characteristic odour of the onion subfamily. These are plants like garlic, onion, scallion, chives, and daffodil.

Apiaceae Family

Family of mostly aromatic flowering plants.
The leaf blade is usually dissected, ternate, or pinnatifid.
These are plants like celery, carrot or parsley family. Plants such as ajwain, angelica, anise, asafoetida, caraway, carrot, celery, chervil, coriander, cumin, dill, fennel, lovage, cow parsley, parsley, parsnip and sea holly. Poisonous: giant hogweed, water hemlock, poison hemlock, water dropwort and spotted cowbane. As I build this directory more plants will be available here but until then please check them out on my Pinterest boards by clicking below.

Asteraceae Family

The word "aster" means "star" in Greek, referring to the appearance of some family members, as a "star" surrounded by "rays".  
Important herbs in this family are calendula, yarrow, and echinacea. As I build this directory more plants will be available here but until then please check them out on my Pinterest boards by clicking below.

Boraginaceae Family

The flower varies in shape from rotate to bell-shaped to tubular, but it generally has five lobes. It can be green, white, yellow, orange, pink, purple, or blue.
These are plants like Borage, Comfrey, Fiddleneck, and Forget-me-not.  As I build this directory more plants will be available here but until then please check them out on my Pinterest boards by clicking below.

Brassicaceae Family

Commonly known as the mustards, the crucifers, or the cabbage family.
They have four-petalled cross-shaped flowers with two long and two short stamens and produce pod-like fruits that separate at maturity into two or four segments. As I build this directory more plants will be available here but until then please check them out on my Pinterest boards by clicking below.