Have a look at this interesting and unusual plant for which bladder is part of the name:
Campion means that it resembles a bell and part of it; a bladder. It is a widespread weed of European origin common along roadsides and railroads.
Here is another one:
Hairy, beard and tongue are not lovely words but they are all incorporated in the name of this wildflower. It is a native plant found in sandy, barren, open and usually dry ground such as prairies, roadsides stream and river banks and rocky ground.
Then came fair May, the fairest maid on ground,
Decked all with dainties of her season’s pride,
And throwing flowers out of her lap around:
Upon two brethren’s shoulders she did ride,
The twins of Leda; which on either side
Supported her like to their sovereign queen.
Lord! how all creatures laughed, when her they spied,
And leaped and danced as they had ravished been!
And Cupid self about her fluttered all in green. – Edmund Spenser (1552–99)