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A garden with naturalised planting, often designed for the benefit of wildlife and birds. They'll commonly include areas of shelter and plants that will provide food.
Hairs produced on the surface of petals, found on some types of iris and a number of other plants.
The deliberate planting of trees, hedges or shrubs to provide fields or gardens with protection from strong winds.
The withering and dropping of buds from an otherwise healthy plant. Often caused by botrytis infection.
A long, supple woody stem, often used to support young or fragile plants.
The green pigment in plants that absorbs sunlight in the process of photosynthesis.
A deficiency in plant chlorophyll, resulting in pale green, yellow or yellow/white foliage.
A thread of DNA containing genetic information that's located in the nucleus of all plant cells.
The name given to any plant variety that has been cultivated to distinguish it from wild species.
Describes plants, principally trees and shrubs, that shed their leaves seasonally.