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Used to describe a plant having a pair of leaves at a node on opposite sides of the stem.
Circular in shape, referring to leaves or sometimes flowers.
The cultivation of plants without the use of chemicals of inorganic origin.
A leaf that's shaped like an egg, broadly oval usually with a tapering point.
An egg-shaped leaf that culminates in a long point.
An egg-shaped leaf with a heart-shaped base.
An egg-shaped leaf, usually without a tapering point.
The organ containing the egg within the ovary of a flower. After fertilisation, it develops into a seed.
An aquatic plant, which, when submerged, releases oxygen into the water.