Plants that Start with Q

Starting with QU
  1. quack grass
  2. quackgrass
  3. quail brush
  4. quail bush
  5. quaking aspen
  6. quamash
  7. quamassia
  8. quamoclit pennata
  9. quandong
  10. quandong tree
  11. quartervine
  12. quassia
  13. quassia amara
  14. quassia family
  15. queen of the night
  16. queensland bottletree
  17. queensland hemp
  18. queensland kauri
  19. queensland nut
  20. quercitron
  21. quercitron oak
  22. quercus
  23. quercus agrifolia
  24. quercus alba
  25. quercus arizonica
  26. quercus bicolor
  27. quercus borealis
  28. quercus cerris
  29. quercus chrysolepis
  30. quercus coccinea
  31. quercus ellipsoidalis
  32. quercus falcata
  33. quercus garryana
  34. quercus grosseserrata
  35. quercus ilex
  36. quercus ilicifolia
  37. quercus imbricaria
  38. quercus incana
  39. quercus kelloggii
  40. quercus laevis
  41. quercus laurifolia
  42. quercus lobata
  43. quercus lyrata
  44. quercus macrocarpa
  45. quercus marilandica
  46. quercus michauxii
  47. quercus mongolica
  48. quercus montana
  49. quercus muehlenbergii
  50. quercus myrtifolia
  51. quercus nigra
  52. quercus nuttalli
  53. quercus palustris
  54. quercus petraea
  55. quercus phellos
  56. quercus prinoides
  57. quercus prinus
  58. quercus robur
  59. quercus rubra
  60. quercus sessiliflora
  61. quercus shumardii
  62. quercus stellata
  63. quercus suber
  64. quercus texana
  65. quercus vaccinifolia
  66. quercus variabilis
  67. quercus velutina
  68. quercus virginiana
  69. quercus wislizenii
  70. quercus wizlizenii
  71. quick grass
  72. quickset
  73. quillwort
  74. quillwort family
  75. quince
  76. quince bush
  77. quinquefoliate leaf
  78. quira

Plants that Start with Q

There are many plants in the world. Quite a few plants or flowers can be grown in our gardens. Over the years in human history, they always served importance to the world. For example herbs, can be used for medicine. Some flowers in the world are sacred to some culture. Trees provide homes for wildlife, jungles and swamps, contain a huge diversity of animals, and plants. In this section, you’ll learn about quite a few of plants that start with Q.


Herbs that start with Q

Queen anne’s lace: A widely naturalized Eurasian herb with finely cut foliage and white compound umbels of small white or yellowish flowers and thin yellowish roots.

  • The queen anne’s lace originates in the Nile River Valley and has lace-like flower clusters.



Flowers that start with Q


Quamoclit pennata: Tropical American annual climber having red (sometimes white) flowers and finely dissected leaves; naturalized in United States and elsewhere.

  • In warmer climates quamoclit pennata can be extremely invasive.


Queen’s cup: Plant with 1 or 2 white star like flowers on short leafless stalks; Alaska to California and east to Oregon and Montana.

  • The queen’s cup is replaced atop the stem by a round blue berry up to a centimeter wide.


Trees that start with Q


Quandong: Australian tree having hard white timber and glossy green leaves with white flowers followed by one-seeded glossy blue fruit.-Australian tree with edible flesh and edible nutlike seed.

  • Quandong is found in the arid and semi-arid regions of all Australian mainland states.


Quassia: Handsome South American shrub or small tree having bright scarlet flowers and yielding a valuable fine-grained yellowish wood; yields the bitter drug quassia from its wood and bark.

  • Quassia was named after a former slave from Surinam, in the eighteenth century.


Queensland bottletree: Large tree of Queensland having cream-colored flowers blotched with red inside; sometimes placed in genus Sterculia.

  • From spetember to november the queensland bottletree spouts white creamy flowers.


Queensland nut: A bushy tree with pink to purple flowers.

  • Queensland nut is a tree in Australia.


Quercus bicolor: Large deciduous oak of the eastern United States with a flaky bark and leaves that have fewer lobes than other white oaks; yields heavy strong wood used in construction; thrives in wet soil.

  • The quercus bicolor is not a large tree, typically growing to 20-25m (65–80 ft) tall.