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Plant species having both male and female organs in the same flower. Also see Monoecious.
Of a leaf or flower whose edges are jagged or fringed.
Referring to a leaf, stem or flower with several lobes or points.
The organ containing the egg within the ovary of a flower. After fertilisation, it develops into a seed.
Refers to flowers having petals with dark edging, eg, some varieties of carnations and tulips.
A flower having only female reproductive organs.
Borne on the anthers of most flowers, pollen are the male sex cells essential for pollination.
Potassium. Chemical symbol K in the NPK formulae, potassium is responsible for flower and fruit production in plants.
A leafless flower stem arising directly from the soil.
A plant having the ability to pollinate its own flowers.