Vocabulário Básico

bloom / bloom (to)flor / florir
blossom / blossom (to)flor de árvore frutífera / florescer
branchgalho, ramo
budbotão (flor)
busharbusto, mato = shrub
coconut-treecoqueiro (Cocus nucifera)
crop / cropscolheita, safra = the amount of a crop that is gathered at one time or in one season; harvest; crop yield = produto ou renda da colheita / plantação "crops were destroyed"
daisymargarida
flowerflor
forestfloresta; rainforest = floresta tropical
grasscapim, relva, grama
harvestcolheita = the gathering of a ripened crop; crop; to reap the harvest = fazer a colheita
leaffolha
oakcarvalho (Quercus spp.)
palm-treepalmeira
pine-treepinheiro
plantplanta
rootraiz
roserosa
seedsemente; "I dislike grapes with seeds in them" (obs.: caroço de fruta = stone, pit, kernel, core)
shellcasca dura (fruta, legume); nut shell = casca de noz
stemcaule, haste, talo = stalk
thorn / thornyespinho = prickle / espinhento = prickly
treeárvore
trunktronco (árvore)
tuliptulipa
twigramo, galho pequeno, varinha, graveto
woods; backwoodsbosque; floresta mais aberta = partially cleared, sparsely populated forests

Vocabulário Complementar

ash-treefreixo (Fraxinus spp.)
aspenálamo = poplar (Populus spp.)
barkcasca (árvore) (obs.: peel = casca de fruta)
bearingépoca de frutificação
beechfaia (Fagus spp.)
birchbétula (Betula spp.)
bromeliabromélia
camelliacamélia
canopycopa de árvore
corecaroço (fruta) = the central part of certain fleshy fruits; stone, pit, kernel
creepertrepadeira = creeping plant
daffodilnarciso (flor)
dandeliondente-de-leão (flor)
elmolmo, ulmeiro (Ulmus spp.)
fernsamambaia
fir, fir treeabeto (Abies spp.)
flaxlinho (planta)
flowerbedcanteiro
foliagefolhagem = a cluster of leaves, flowers, and branches
geraniumgerânio
grapevinevideira, parreira
ground covercobertura de chão (planta)
grovebosque = woods, backwoods
gumlátex, goma de árvore
hayfeno
hedgecerca viva = a fence or boundary formed by a dense row of shrubs or low trees
herberva
hollyazevinho
huskcasca, palha = a usually thin, dry layer that covers some seeds and fruits
irisíris (flor)
ivyhera
jasminejasmim
kernelcaroço de fruta = stone, pit, core
lilylírio
lime treetília = linden tree, basswood (Tilia spp.)
linden treetília = lime-tree, basswood (Tilia spp.)
maplebordo, ácer (Acer spp.)
mossmusgo
orchidorquídea
oreganoorégano
pansyamor-perfeito
peelcasca (fruta) (obs.: casca de árvore = bark)
petalpétala
petuniapetunia
pitcaroço = the stone of a fruit; kernel, core
plane treeplátano (Platanus spp.)
plantationplantação = large area of land especially in a hot part of the world where crops are grown; banana plantation = bananal; coffee plantation = cafezal; cotton plantation = algodoal; rubber plantation = seringal; sugar cane plantation = canavial
podvagem (receptáculo)
poplarálamo (Populus spp.)
poppypapoula
prickle / pricklyespinho = thorn / espinhento = thorny
reedjunco
sapseiva de árvore
scionenxerto, broto, muda = shoot of a plant or tree
seedlingmuda = a young plant that is grown from seed
shrubarbusto = bush
sprout / sprout (to)broto (planta) = shoot of a plant / brotar, germinar
spruceabeto (Abies spp.)
stalktalo, haste = stem
stonecaroço = the woody central part of such fruits as the peach and plum; pit, core, kernel
vineyardvinha, vinhedo = a planting of grapevines
vintagevindima; colheita de uvas = grape harvest
violetvioleta
weederva-daninha
willowsalgueiro
yewteixo (Taxus spp.)