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The massed flower bunches seen on decorative and fruiting trees and some shrubs.
The aromatic dried flower bud of a tree in the Myrtacaea family, native to Indonesia.
The trumpet-shaped central part of a daffodil, or other flowers that belong to the narcissus family.
Small pieces of broken earthenware or flower pots, placed in the bottom of a container to aid drainage.
The name for a group of flowering plants whose seed contains two embryonic leaves.
A flower in the central part of a cluster of blooms.
1) The drooping outer petal of a flower, such as on an iris.2) Felled timber.
A starchy meal that covers flowers, leaves or stems.
A term used to describe an extreme double flower.
The collective term for the female parts of a flower, comprising ovary, style and stigma.