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Given the sheer number of flowering plants in the world, which botanists working for the Kew Royal Botanic Gardens place at between 358,000 and just over 400,000, the list of names available for categorization is enormou... More »

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In a list of the 50 US states arranged in alphabetical order, Alabama comes first and Wyoming comes last. The letters M and N are the most popular first letters in state names. Each has eight states starting with the res... More »

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Botanists identify plants according to key characteristics such as the area in which the plant is growing, the shape of the plant's leaves, the type of bark or lack of bark and the presence or lack of fruit and flowers. ... More »

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Some plants and flowers, including African violets, sedum, hoya and peperomia, can be propagated or grown from a leaf or a part of a leaf. However, a leaf cutting generally just decays or, at most, produces only a few ro... More »

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In their flowers, male plants have stamens coated with pollen, while female plants have pistils that contain the ovaries. Most plants are both male and female, so gardeners are more likely to see both structures. Excepti... More »

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Sedum flowers are decorative plants with star-shaped red, pink, yellow or white flowers and foliage ranging from bluish to silver and purple in color. They are perennials that require little care and should be planted at... More »

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