This sub-group consists of the seedless vascular plants (ferns, clubmosses, and horsetails) and the nonvascular bryophytes (mosses, liverworts, and hornworts). Vascular plants, which include the flowering plants and the conifers, have special tissues in their stems to move water and nutrients up and down the plant. This allows such plants to grow to a larger size. Fungi and lichens are not plants and have their own galleries. All the images of non-flowering plants were photographed in the Upper Peninsula.