Air layer or marcot from the parent plant (Also see Marcotting).
Plant propagation by surrounding a branch or stem with soil, xaxim, sphagnum moss or similar substrate, to grows roots that can then be detached as an independent plant or cutting.
Edge of a leaf or flower petal. Can be lobular or toothed, and also have a different color from the body of the flower or leaf.
Field of concentrated small herbaceous flowers; cover of ground plants; grass.
In antiquity, considered a divine flower to the Greeks.
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Burdock: Inopportune, boring
Rosette: Distribution of flowers that eradiate from the same center. E.g., African violet.