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Geological Time Map
Geological Time Map Mesozoic Era Triassic Period 225 million years ago Plants of this age include: precursors of the Ginkgo tree and Maidenhair fern, cycads with pollen bearing cones, and early conifers. Return to Main Menu Fossil Plants
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Lily General
... pollen bearing organs away from the flower center. Holding the pollen away from the flower allows wind to aid in pollination of nearby plants, when insects or birds are not available. Lily pollen ... the flower. A word of warning about lily pollen! The pollen of lily plants is very difficult to get ... to allow access to them. This prevents the pollen from getting into the house and staining furniture or ...
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PlanetaCactus: Glossary of botanical terms
... pressed against another organ. SELF-STERILE: Plant which flower cannot be fertilized by its own pollen. SESSILE: Not supported on a stem or footstalk. SHORT DAYS (plants of): Those that need ... . SPORE: A one-celled reproductive body produced by relatively primitive plants. STAMEN: The male or pollen-bearing organ of a flower. STIGMA: The sticky tip of a pistil. Or, the dense region ...
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Lilies for Easter
... in water after it is watered. The blooms will last longer if the anthers (yellow pollen-bearing structures) are removed from the centre of the flowers. Remove individual flowers as they fade ...
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Fuchsia
... or more bell-shaped or skirted corollas (petals), long stamens (pollen-bearing structures), and an extremely long style (stalk that the pollen travels through for fertilization to occur). Oftentimes, fuchsia blooms are bicolor ...
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Species Rhododendron
... similar blossoms. The basic difference is that azalea flowers have five pollen-bearing stamens while rhododendrons have 10 or more. There is some ... of the most brightly colored of native deciduous North American shrubs, bearing large clusters of 2-inch flowers in early summer. Plants ... hybrids derived from this species. It blooms while still young, bearing flowers 1 to 1 1/2 inches across. It is hardy ...
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Hybrid Rhododendron
... similar blossoms. The basic difference is that azalea flowers have five pollen-bearing stamens while rhododendrons have 10 or more. Most of the rhododendrons ... during the winter and still open perfectly in the spring. Plants bearing the code designation H-1 survive to -25F, H-2 to ... seeds. A hybrid is the product of a cross with a pollen parent and seed parent which are two different plants, either ...
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HortNews- May 2005
... plants are flowering but not setting fruit, don't fret. The earliest flowers are male (pollen-bearing), so cannot set fruit. Only the female (pistillate) flowers can develop into melons. Female flowers ...
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Growing Muskmelons In The Home Garden, HYG-1615-93
... vines do not set fruit. The first flowers developing on the vines are male or pollen-bearing flowers. Only the female or pistillate flowers are capable of developing into fruit. Honey bees ...
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Growing Watermelon in the Home Garden, HYG-1626-95
... blossoms do not set fruit. The first flowers developing on the vines are male or pollen-bearing flowers. Only the female, or pistillate, flowers are capable of developing into fruit. Honey bees ...
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