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Leaves having two or more similar parts, or being divided into two or more leaflets.
A cone-bearing tree of the pine family, usually evergreen.
A heart-shaped leaf, attached to the stem or petiole in the cleft and broadly pointed.
A ring or whorl of petals that are usually arranged this way to attract insects for pollination.
The trumpet-shaped central part of a daffodil, or other flowers that belong to the narcissus family.
Referring to leaves with minutely scalloped edges - the diminutive of crenate.
Small pieces of broken earthenware or flower pots, placed in the bottom of a container to aid drainage.
The name given to any plant variety that has been cultivated to distinguish it from wild species.
Botanical term for a class of flower clusters, whose central or terminal flowers bloom first.
Refers to the practice of spraying the floor of a greenhouse or polytunnel on hot mornings to increase humidity.