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Hairs produced on the surface of petals, found on some types of iris and a number of other plants.
Referring to flowers that bear both male (androecium) and female (gynaecium) reproductive parts.
A term describing leaves that are twice divided into units of three individual leaflets.
The flattened part of the leaf, which provides the surface area for photosynthesis, is referred to as the leaf blade.
The loss of sap from a damaged or cut stem, leaf or root.
The massed flower bunches seen on decorative and fruiting trees and some shrubs.
Refers to the length of clear tree trunk, from soil level up to the first branch.
A reduced or modified leaf, from the axil of which a flower or flower stalk grows.
The sowing of large areas. This is done either by scattering seed by hand or mechanically.
The withering and dropping of buds from an otherwise healthy plant. Often caused by botrytis infection.