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Category: FLOWERS, PLANTS AND TREES

  • Flowers, Plants and Trees
    • Aidlin
      • Hellboy II: The Golden Army 2008 Film
        • It is said that at the dawn of time, man, beast and all magical beings lived together under Aidlin, the Father Tree. But man had been created with a hole in his heart, and in his infinite greed, the blood of many an elf, ogre and goblin was spilt in that war with man. King Balor, the king of Elfland, watched the slaughter with dread and despair. But one day, the master of the goblin blacksmiths offered to build the King a golden mechanical army that could not be stopped.
    • All-Bean
      • Future Man 2017 TV Series
        • New vegetable in Tiger and Wolf’s new future. It’s all beans, rolled into one. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Bet-tur
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Along with bet-tur, a component included in a salve that inhibits the Delvian budding process. (Season 2 episode Home on the Remains)
    • Blenirian Grain
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Grain which used to grow on Sykar before the harvest of the Tannot root took over. (Season 1 episode Thank God It's Friday... Again)
    • Blood Weed
      • Box Of Moonlight 1996 Film
        • After Wick beats up Al and Kid Bambi's, Kid wants to sneak into his house and smear blood weed all over him.
    • Bolonut Trees
      • The Restaurant At The End Of The Universe 1980 Literature
        • Trees visible in the Lalamatine district of shops. "If you then walked to the end of Life Boulevard you would enter the Lalamatine district of shops, bolonut trees and pavement cafes where the UM-Betans come to relax after a hard afternoon's relaxation on the beach."
    • Brocus Seed
    • Chystherium Utilia
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Scarran flower, a.k.a. strelitzia, or the bird of paradise flower. Consumption increases Scarran brain capacity. (Season 4 episode We're So Screwed, Part 2: Hot to Katratzi)
    • Coldivara
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • A lush plant which used to grow on Sykar before the harvest of the Tannot root took over. (Season 1 episode Thank God It's Friday... Again)
    • Coldivara Blenirian Grain
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Before Peacekeepers converted the planet Sykar into a production facility for tannot root, the fields were lush with coldivara blenirian grain. (Season 1 episode Thank God it's Friday. Again.)
    • Crap Weeds
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Homer's name for roses that wouldn't smell as sweet as roses, because they're called crap weeds. (Season 9 episode The Principal and the Pauper)
    • Devil Berries
      • Community 2009 TV Series
        • Psychedelic berries the gang eats when their hot air balloon crashes in season 4 episode 9
    • Devil Flower
    • Dried Gavork
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Medicinal plant available for sale in Liko's shop. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
    • Filgran
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Delvian flower that Zhaan mentions. Zhaan: "The filgran will be just coming into bloom." (Season 1 episode DNA Mad Scientist)
    • First Flower
      • Altered States 1980 Film
        • One of the ingredients in the mixture ingested during the indigenous tribal ceremony.
    • Flower Of Utmost Devastation
      • Fight Club 2 2015 Comic Books
        • Flower that Tyler requests in preparation for his next Phase of Global Transformation.(Tyler Durden's Chaos Report)
    • Frotash
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Luxan flower or plant that D'Argo, saying he'd like to plant a garden. (Season 1 episode Thank God It's Friday... Again)
    • Gavork
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Aromatic medicinal herb that Zhaan uses. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
    • Horx
      • Star Trek: Picard 2019 TV Series
        • Plant. According to Star Trek: Picard showrunner Michael Chabon, "Raffi is using a traditional Orion flashpipe known as a horgl, employed for centuries on that world to sublimate the fleshy tendrils of an intoxicant plant known as the horx, or snakeleaf. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 2)
    • Jixit Root
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Medicinal plant available for sale in Liko's shop. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
    • Kikula Root
      • Dark Matter 2015 TV Series
        • Plant the Android uses in a recipe. Five: "The Android's trying out new recipes. This one features Kikula root. It's only grown on Ermalla-4. What do you think?" Three: "I think there's a reason it's only grown in Ermalla-4." (Season 3 episode Hot Chocolate)
    • Lygel
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Along with bet-tur, a component included in a salve that inhibits the Delvian budding process. (Season 2 episode Home on the Remains)
    • Mariana
      • The Rundown 2003 Film
        • Flower. Travis sweet-talking Mariana to use her father's boat: "I found these flowers growing in the deepest parts of the jungle. As far as I can tell, no one's ever identified them, which means that I'm responsible for naming them. I can only think of one word that fits something so beautiful - Mariana."
    • Mayla Spores
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Substance Noranti uses to knock out the Charrid soldiers. (Season 4 episode Bringing Home the Beacon)
    • The Merciless Peppers of Quetzlzacatenango
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Chili peppers in Chief Wiggum's chili, grown deep in the jungle primeval by the inmates of a Guatemalan insane asylum. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Merimar Root
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Ingredient used in pleasure elixirs on LoMo. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'N' Sniff)
    • Micropollen
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • An allergen released by Delvian buds. If not contained, they can cause Zhaan's plant life form to begin to flower and she can die. (Season 2 episode Home On the Remains)
    • Morna
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Mushroom with hallucinogenic properties found on the Royal Cemetery Planet. Of the four caps on each mushroom, three will get you high and one will kill you. There is no way to tell which lobe is fatal. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
    • Nicodemus
      • Smallville 2001 TV Series
        • Flower from the 1800s that causes people to act on their base instincts. (Season 1 episode Nicodemus)
    • Orchidaceae Dahj Ocidium
      • Star Trek: Picard 2019 TV Series
        • Flower. Dahj has an implanted memory of her father a xenobotanist, splicing two genuses and naming the offspring after her. (Season 1 episode Remembrance)
    • Orchideae Negra
      • Moonraker 1979 Film
        • A very rare orchid used to make a deadly nerve gas. Thought to be extinct until a missionary brought one back from the reaches of Amazoco
    • Rauliss Bud
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Species of flower that Chiana mentions: "What have you guys been thinking all this time? She was out picking Rauliss Buds while all the other mean Peacekeepers did all the really nasty stuff?" (Season 2 episode The Way We Weren't)
    • Rawlis Buds
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • When the crew learns that Aeryn was involved in the replacement of Moya's original pilot, Chiana says, "What have you guys been thinking all this time? What, she was out picking baskets of Rawlis buds while all the other mean Peacekeepers did all the really nasty stuff? She was a Peacekeeper.” (Season 2 episodes: The Way We Weren't)
    • Razor Grass
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Potential hazard Aeryn mentions. Crichton: "You shanghai my ass down here. Now you want me to lead? Give me one good reason." Aeryn: "Lots of reasons. Land mines, fire snakes, razor grass, night-vision snipers, Morlian death spiders…" (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
    • Reeksa Root
      • Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2008 Animated Series
        • The cure for the Blue Shadow Virus may be found in a little-known extract made from reeksa root, a weed-like vine found only on Iego, the world of a Thousand Moons, deep in Separatist-controlled space. (Season 1 episode Mystery of a Thousand Moons)
    • Sanctity Root
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • A twisted root whose tree forms the heart of the Delvian temples, toxic to everyone but Delvians. It symbolically represents purity in thought and intent of the spiritual teachings of the Delvian Missionaries. (Season 1 episode Rhapsody in Blue)
    • Stench blossoms
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Bart's name for roses that wouldn't smell as sweet as roses, because they're called stench blossoms. (Season 9 episode The Principal and the Pauper)
    • Tannot Root
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • A plant converted to Chakan oil, which the Peacekeepers use for fuel. (Season 1 episode Thank God it's Friday. Again.)
    • Tommy Trees
      • Parks And Recreation 2009 TV Series
        • Theoretical tree that Tom mentions: "Tom Haverfords don't grow on trees. If they did, I'd sell 'em." (Season 4 episode The Treaty)
    • Ucuz
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • An extremely hot alien fruit, that looks much like an apple, found on many of the planets in Tormented Space (Season 4 episode A Prefect Murder)
    • Venus Flytrap
      • ALF 1986 TV Series
        • Plant from Venus that ALF mentions, quite different from the Earth variety (Season 1 episode La Cucaracha)
    • Watruka Plant
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Chiana is compared to a Watruka plant, a plant with a sting, and an intriguing exterior. (Season 1 episode Durka Returns)
    • Zaccum Leaf
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Chewing Zaccum leaf provides a potent neuralgesic effect. Zhaan gave a Aeryn a small plant that took over her ship under the influence of the Center Halo effect. (Season 2 episode The Locket)


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