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A plant having the ability to pollinate its own flowers.
The slug-like larva of the sawfly, which attacks plant foliage.
A group of plants that share common characteristics. See Classification for more.
The practice of supporting young or fragile plants, by loosely attaching them to canes or stakes driven into the ground.
The male reproductive organ of a plant that produces pollen, and comprises anther and filament.
The practice of cutting a plant down to ground level to encourage new growth.
A method of pruning whereby the plant's tip is removed to encourage the production of side shoots.
The parentage line from which a plant is descended. The selection of a cultivar or species.
A plant that's native to the mountainous area just below the alpine zone.
A term used to describe plants that are unable to stand frost or freezing temperatures.