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Alphabetical w/ Definitions
Hooked like a sickle or beak of a falcon.
A bundle or enclosure surrounding multiple parts (some evergreen needles, e.g. pines, are in a fascicle).
Multiple leaves appearing bundled in a fascicle (such as on a pine).
Branches erect and grown parallel, giving a broom-like appearance.
Roots that are well branched, more thread-like, and scattered with no central leader (See also Taproot).
The stalk of the stamen that holds the anther on a male flower.
Reproductive part of plant consisting of one or more of the following: stamens, pistils, sepals or petals.
All of the leaves of a plant.
Leaf or leaf-like; small unfurled leaves without a bud scale.
Decorative or stringy hairs along margin; can be seed, buds, leaves, etc (See also Tufted).
Funnel shaped; increasing in size from the base to the apex.
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