flower (part of speech: noun)
gardenia, crocus, flower, gladiolus, amaryllis, heather, aster, flax, morning-glory, snowberry, water lily, snowball, phlox, Queen Anne's lace, marigold, columbine, sweet william, rhododendron, mayflower, hibiscus, yucca, oleander, clematis, camellia, hydrangea, chrysanthemum, rose, azalea, spirea, black-eyed susan, wallflower, hollyhock, bluebell, fleur-de-lis, periwinkle, cowslip, lupine, ranunculus, dahlia, anemone, foxglove, verbena, cornflower, orchid, indigo, lady's slipper, buttercup, jonquil, wisteria, trillium, mimosa, strawflower, iris, pansy, baby's breath, daffodil, tulip, daisy, acacia, primrose, rosemary, duckweed, hawthorn, smilax, lilac, goldenrod, narcissus, edelweiss, peony, lotus, lily, carnation, lavender, dandelion, laurel, geranium, forget-me-not, snapdragon, sweet pea, begonia, African violet, foxtail, fuchsia, zinnia, viburnum, hyacinth, poppy, bloodroot, hepatica, sunflower, magnolia, larkspur, poinsettia, honeysuckle, violet, jasmine, petunia
wood (part of speech: noun)
tree (part of speech: noun)
cypress, pine, avocado, gum, ironwood, poplar, breadfruit, eucalyptus, yew, palm, coconut, orange, cherry, birch, cassia, mulberry, lemon, tamarack, banyan, mountain ash, ebony, cottonwood, sandalwood, walnut, larch, beech, butternut, cashew, mangrove, cedar, weeping willow, fig, balsam, apricot, redwood, ash, almond, lime, pear, aspen, papaya, maple, quince, fir, sequoia, elm, juniper, apple, willow, locust, peach, oak, mahogany, citron, balsa, rosewood, alder, tree, sycamore, pecan, spruce, linden, chestnut, hickory, teak, elder
- And the first few springs after his leaving his home he was ill when he saw the dogwood blossoms- they called to the depths of his nature and the depths answered not! - "A Son of the Hills", Harriet T. Comstock.
- Colourless dogwood low Curled up a twisted root, Nigh yellow- green mosses, to flush Redder than sun upon rocks, When the creeper clematis- shoot Shall climb, cap his branches, and show, Beside veteran green of the box, At close of the year's maple blush, A bleeding greybeard is he, Now hale in the leafage lush. - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
- Then again a turn in the road would bring us great masses of tall dogwood with its shining leaves and beautiful white blossoms with yellow centers. - "Out of Doors--California and Oregon", J. A. Graves.