Cypripedium sabine pastel is a rare species of orchid native to Japan. It is characterized by its pale pink petals and yellow-green sepals. It is a protected species and is considered a symbol of good luck.
Cypripedium inge is a species of orchid native to the Himalayan region of India. It is a terrestrial plant with large, showy flowers and long, narrow leaves. It is an endangered species due to habitat destruction.
Cynara cardunculus, commonly known as the artichoke thistle, is a species of thistle in the daisy family. It is a perennial plant native to the Mediterranean region and is cultivated as a vegetable crop.
Cydonia oblonga, commonly known as the quince, is a deciduous tree native to southwest Asia and southeastern Europe. It produces a fragrant, yellow-green fruit with a hard, tart flesh. The fruit is used in jams, jellies, and other preserves.