24 Lovely Trees That Start With V (Including Pictures)

It is true that there are a whole lot of plants out there that begin with the letter V. From trees, to flowers there is a lot out there in the natural world that begins with the letter “V”. 

24 Lovely Trees That Start With V (Including Pictures)

If you’ve ever wondered what tree start with the letter “v”, you’ve come to the right place. Here, you’ll find a list of trees and plants that all begin with one of the alphabet’s lesser-used letters!

Violets

Violets

Violets are a group of flowering plants in the genus Viola. They have small white or pinkish-white flowers. There are many different species of violets; some grow as annuals while others are perennials.

The most common types of violets found in gardens are the garden pansies (violas), which can be grown from seed or cuttings. Other types of violets include the woodland violets (violet) and the wild violet.

Violas

Violas are a large family of flowering plants in the order violales. Most are herbs, but there are also shrubs, vines, lianas, epiphytes, ferns, mosses, liverworts, fungi, lichens, algae, bryophytes, and pteridophytes.

Some members of this family produce edible fruits. Many other plants, such as the iris family, are closely related to violas.

Verbenas

Verbenas

Verbenas are a type of plant native to South Africa. They are perennial herbaceous plants growing up to 1 meter tall. Their leaves are opposite, simple, oblong, 2–6 cm long, and borne on petioles.

The flowers are usually yellow, sometimes orange or red, and occur singly or in clusters at the top of the stem. The fruit is an achene enclosed in a follicle.

Verbena

Verbena

The verbena (verbena officinalis L.) is a member of the mint family, Lamiaceae. It has fragrant, aromatic, evergreen leaves and produces purple blooms in summer.

The name verbena comes from the Latin word verbum meaning “word” or “speech” because it was believed that when the flower was crushed, its scent could cure ailments. This belief led to the use of verbena for medicinal purposes. 

Violins

Violins are a group of flowering shrubs in the genus Viola that belong to the family Violaceae. The name violin derives from the shape of the leaf blade, which resembles a violin bow. Violins are among the earliest flowering plants.

They are easily propagated from seeds, cuttings, and root divisions. The leaves are alternate, entire, ovate, 7–12 cm long, and arranged oppositely along the branches. The flowers are produced in axillary cymes, each containing 5-7 individual flowers.

The corolla is white with dark markings. The stamens are unequal, shorter than the style, and surround the pistil. The ovary is superior, with two locules. The fruit is a capsule. The size of the capsule varies depending on the variety. The seeds are black.

Verbas

Verbas are a group of flowering plants in the family Fabaceae. They are called Verbas because they resemble the Latin word “verba” meaning words. Verbas are found throughout the world. Some grow in water, others on land. Most are trees, but there are many herbaceous varieties.

Their flowers are usually yellow, orange, red or white. They produce pods containing several beans. The bean is edible and can be cooked like other legumes.

Vervain 

Vervain 

Vervain is a perennial herb native to Europe and North America. It grows up to 1 meter tall. Its leaves are opposite, simple, and oblong. Its flowers are tiny, white, and star shaped. The seed heads are covered in bristles. It blooms from June until September. It is sometimes confused with chamomile.

Verbes

Verbes

Verbes are a group of flowering herbs in the family Lamiaceae. They are named for the verb “verbere”, meaning “to drink”. This refers to the fact that these plants are often drunk by bees. There are around 100 species of verbes, most of them perennials.

Many are cultivated as ornamental garden plants. The flowers are typically white, pink, or lilac, although some species have coloured ones. The calyx is five lobes, while the corolla has four segments.

The anthers are attached directly to the filament, so that pollen is not released when the flower opens. The ovary is inferior, with only one carpel. 

Veronica

Veronica

A genus of flowering plants in the family Plantaginaceae, commonly known as speedwells. Species vary widely in their appearance, ranging from low-growing ground cover to upright woody climbers.

All species share similar flowers, each consisting of five sepals and five petals joined together into a tube around two stamens. The lower lip is divided into three lobes. The fruit is a capsule containing numerous seeds.

Vitex

Vitex

A vitex is a shrub or tree in the family Lamiaceae. The name comes from the Latin word “vitium” meaning “weakness”. This is because the plant’s sap was once used to treat wounds.

The leaves are alternate, pinnate (with leaflets) and serrate (toothed). The flowers are bisexual, perfect, and actinomorphic. The calyx consists of five sepals and the corolla consists of five petals. 

Volkameria

The volkameria is a genus of flowering plants in the family Apocynaceae. The name means “people’s medicine” in German. The genus contains about 200 species, mostly tropical, but also temperate.

The leaves are opposite, simple and entire. The flowers are small and greenish-white, produced in racemose inflorescences. The fruit is a berry.

Vulpina

Vulpina is a genus of flowering plants of the family Asteraceae. The common names include foxglove, dogwort, and wolfsbane. These plants are annuals, biennials or short lived perennials. They are native to Eurasia and Africa.

They are easily recognized by their large showy flowers which are composed of five petalous ray florets surrounding a central disc floret. Each ray floret has five long narrow tepals.

The central disk floret has five shorter outer tepals and five smaller inner tepals. The fruit is an achene with a single black or brown winged nut.

Viviparoza

The viviparoza is a monotypic genus of flowering plants in sub family Cucurbitaceae of the gourd family (Cucurbitaceae). The sole member, Vivipara zizanioides, is endemic to Mexico.

It grows on limestone cliffs at high elevations. Its range extends from Oaxaca south through Chiapas and Guatemala to Honduras. It is threatened by habitat loss due to deforestation.

Vivipar Saccharum

Vivipar Saccharum

The vivipar saccharum is a species of legume in the family Fabaceae. It is found in China, Japan, Korea, Mongolia, Russia, and Siberia. It is a perennial herbaceous plant growing up to 1.5 meters tall.

The stems are hairy, branched and hollow. Leaves are compound, with 5–7 pairs of ovate leaflets. Flowers are yellow, borne singly or in clusters.

Viviparriana

Viviparriana

The viviparriana is a monotypic genus of flowering plants in tribe Vivipareae within the subfamily Papilionoideae of the pea family (Fabaceae).

The only species is Viviparria parryi, which is endemic to Australia. It occurs in dry sclerophyll forest and heathland along the coast from near Perth northwards to Cape York Peninsula.

Viticella

Viticella

The viticella is a genus of flowering plant in the family Vitaceae. There are over 100 species worldwide. The genus is named after the Italian botanist Giovanni Battista de Vita.

The species are herbs, shrubs, trees or lianas. Most have white flowers, but some have pink, red or blue ones. The fruits are berries or capsules.

Viridulum

The viridulum is a genus of flowering shrubs in the family Ericaceae. The name derives from the Latin word for green, viridis, and refers to the coloration of the foliage. The genus includes about 80 species that occur throughout much of the world. The type species is Viridium vulgatum.

Volutiflora

Ericaceae

Volutiflora is a genus of flowering shrub in the family Ericaceae, commonly known as snowberry. Species can be distinguished by leaf shape and size, flower colour, and the presence or absence of hairs on the calyx lobes.

Volutiflorus

Malvaceae

Volutiflorus is a genus of flowering tree in the family Malvaceae. It contains two species: volutiflorus grandifolius and volutiflorus microphyllus.

Vines

Vines

So, vines are not actually trees, but they’re also not bushes. But if we count them, then there’s 21 kinds of trees and 20 kinds of bushes. So it seems like vines should get a mention too…

Vitis

Vitis

Vitis is a genus of flowering plants in the grape family (Vitaceae), native to temperate regions of the Old World. Common names include muscadine, scuppernong, wild grape, and wolf grape. Some members of this genus are cultivated as food crops.

Vivipary Phylum

Vivipary Phylum

The vivipary phylum is a monotypic plant genus in the family Sapotaceae described as a vine-like plant.

Viridis

The viridis is a genus of flowering trees in the family Lauraceae.

In Conclusion

It is pretty clear that there are a lot of different plants, trees and shrubs that begin with the letter V! So, we hope you enjoy our list of all the different varieties that are out there, and that are waiting to be discovered and appreciated. 

Morgan Daniels

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