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The following is a list of unnamed plants.

Aldean plants Edit

These plants and flowers were seen as decorations on Aldea in 2364. (TNG: "When The Bough Breaks")

Dedestris flower Edit

Dedestris material

Material spun from the Dedestris flower

This flower grew on the planet Dedestris. It only bloomed in the moonlight. Gathorel Labin offered Kathryn Janeway a scarf made from a material composed of its petals, which was considered Exquisite and very delicate. (VOY: "Prime Factors")

Denubian Alps wildlife Edit

Denubian Alps

Several trees in the Denubian Alps

A holographic program of the Denubian Alps was created as a field trip aboard the Enterprise-D in 2364. The landscape featured several trees and bushes without leaves as well as fir tree-like trees. (TNG: "Angel One")

Enterprise-D quarters plants Edit

The following plants were used as decorations in different quarters and guest quarters aboard the Enterprise-D.

Delta Theta III flora Edit

These unnamed plants and trees grew on the planet Delta Theta III. (TAS: "Bem")

Felicium source plant Edit

This plant was the source of the addictive drug felicium. It only grew in the remote areas of Brekka. Its cultivation, harvest, and purification was both difficult and expensive. (TNG: "Symbiosis")

Frozen plants Edit

Two types of unnamed plants were found in the crew quarters aboard the SS Tsiolkovsky in 2364, frozen like the rest of the interior. (TNG: "The Naked Now")

Holographic plants Edit

Several unnamed plants appeared in holographic programs such as the funeral setting for Natasha Yar and the recreation of the Café des Artistes in 2364. (TNG: "Skin of Evil", "We'll Always Have Paris")

Invernian herb Edit

An Invernian herb was a medicinal herb located in remote areas of Invernia II.

In 2351, a young Julian Bashir and his father witnessed the death of a native Invernian girl who, unknown to them, could have been saved by the Ivernian herb. This incident led Julian Bashir to a career in medicine. (DS9: "Melora")

Lactra VII flora Edit

Several flowering bushes and leafy plants were native to Lactra VII. (TAS: "The Eye of the Beholder")

Ligon II flora Edit

Several plants, flowers and trees were native to the planet Ligon II. (TNG: "Code of Honor")

Minosian wildlife Edit

The surface of the planet Minos featured several types of plants, trees, bushes, and flowers. (TNG: "The Arsenal of Freedom")

Observation lounge plants Edit

These types of unnamed plants were set as decorations in the observation lounge aboard the Enterprise-D.

Plants aboard the Enterprise-D Edit

Beside the quarters and the observation lounge and sickbay, several other rooms aboard the ship featured plants. Some were also placed in corridors.

Plants on Angel I Edit

On the planet Angel I several green plants and trees surrounded the buildings. Inside the buildings several plants were placed in bowls. (TNG: "Angel One")

Rubicun III flora Edit

The planet Rubicun III, homeworld of the Edo, featured many plants, trees and green on its surface. Some were planted in bowls and displayed in the court hall of the main building. (TNG: "Justice")

Sickbay plants (2150s) Edit

Green sickbay plants in cage, 2153

Green plants

Doctor Phlox kept several green plants in sickbay aboard Enterprise NX-01 for his animals. Some of them were placed in the cages. (ENT: "Regeneration")

Sickbay plants (2364) Edit

These plants decorated the waiting area and the CMO's office of the sickbay aboard the Enterprise-D in 2364.

Starfleet Headquarters park Edit

Starfleet headquarters 2150s

The park

The park area between the buildings of Starfleet Headquarters featured several plants, flowers, bushes, and trees in the 2150s. (ENT: "Shadows of P'Jem", "Shockwave, Part II", "Regeneration", "First Flight", "Home")

Starfleet Headquarters plants Edit

These plants and flowers were placed in corridors at Starfleet Headquarters and in the surrounding green places. (TNG: "Conspiracy")

Surata IV predatory vine Edit

Surata IV thorn

Part of the predatory vine

In 2365, Commander William T. Riker was attacked by the predatory vine native to the planet Surata IV. Its thorns contained microorganisms, later named as Surata IV microbes. These microbes possess elements of both a bacteria and a virus, and are designed to infect the nervous system of warm-blooded animals in order to enrich the soil surrounding the vines with the decaying remains following death. (TNG: "Shades of Gray")

symbiogenetic orchid Edit

Symbiogenetic alien orchid

Symbiogenetic orchid

This orchid, found on a Delta Quadrant world, reproduced by the rare Symbiogenesis process. (VOY: "Tuvix"

symbiogenetic hybrid Edit

Symbiogenetic hybrid

Symbiogenetic hybrid

This hybrid of a Delta Quadrant symbiogenetic orchid, as well as a prize-winning chrysanthemum and a garden-variety clematis, was created in a 2372 transporter experiment aboard USS Voyager. (VOY: "Tuvix")

Trees at Farpoint Station Edit

The spaceport and the shopping mall at Farpoint Station housed several sorts of trees when the crew of the Enterprise-D visited this place in 2364. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

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