Kōtukutuku – tree fuchsia
Commonly known as Kotukutuku, New Zealand fuchsia
Fuchsia excorticata, aka kotukutuku or tree fuchsia, is the world's largest fuchsia, growing
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Fuchsia excorticata. Kotukutuku ...
Fuchsia excorticata, tree fuchsia, a native plant grown by Plant Hawke's Bay Native Plants
Fuchsia excorticata tree fuchsia kotukutuku Onagraceae July The yellow capitate stigma is at the apex of the single eccentric style.
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Tree fuchsia, Kotukutuku. Fuchsia excorticata
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Cypsela: A small and dry, one seeded fruit
Palmatifid: Hand shaped with the lobes half-way to the base
Flower: The structure in Angiosperms concerned with sexual reproduction. | Botany word of the day
Fuchsia excorticata peel peeling bark trunk New Zealand Fuchsia Kotukutuku paper papery paperlike - Stock Image
Fuchsia magellanica 'Pumila'
Scale leaf: A small and sometimes membranous leaf that covers leaf buds.
Penninerved: Having veins or nerves that branch pinnately | Botany word of the day
Fuchsia excorticata Photo: Geoff Reid
Commonly known as Lady's eardrops
Imparipinnate: Pinnate, with a single terminal pinna. | Botany word of the day
Andromonoecious: With male and bisexual or perfect flowers on the same plant. | Botany word of the day
Costa: A rib, especially the midvein of a leaf.
Falcate fal'kat adj. falciform fal-si-form adj.
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Cuneate: Wedge shaped narrowing to a base.
Undulate: With a wavy margin curving up and down. | Botany word of the day
Palmatisect:Hand shaped with the lobes almost to the leaf base. | Botany word of the day
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Pilose: Bearing soft hairs.
Tepal: petals and sepals of a flower look almost identical | Botany word of the day
Rachis: The midrib of a compound leaf, palm or fern frond
White pea, a zygomorphic flower
Trimerous: Having the flower parts in threes
Pinnatisect: Pinnately lobed or divided, extending almost to the mid rib .
Panicle: A loose and diversely branched inflorescence with the flowers pedicellate.
Funnelform: Flower shape with the corolla tube gradually widening upwards | Botany word of the day
Capitulum: A dense head-like inflorescence
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Agathis australis, 'Kauri' watercolour on vellum copyright: Lesley Alexander
Phyllary: One of the bracts of the involucre of flowers of Asteraceae.
Rhododendron 'Glory of Penjerrick' at Hackfalls Arboretum
Sessile: Without a stalk or petiole. When a leaf, flower, inflorescence, peduncle or pedicel attaches directly to the stem.
Phyllotaxis: The ideal arrangement of leaves on an axis so as to capture maximum sunlight. | Botany word of the day
Craspedodromous: A type of pinnate venation
Imbricate: Overlapping like roof tiles or fish scales | Botany word of the day
Indusium: Tissue covering the sorus of a fern or a pollen cup | Botany word of the day
Decurrent: When the base of a leaf continues for a distance along the stem.
Crown shaft: Sheathing leaf bases at the apex of a palm trunk.
Tendril: A slender twining part of a climbing plant formed from the stem or leaf | Botany word of the day
Prophyll: A leaf usually smaller than the standard leaf. | Botany word of the day
Stamen: The male sex organ consisting of anther, connective and filament
Young nymphs of Passion vine hoppers, Scolypopa australis (Hemiptera: Ricaniidae) on a cabbage tree, Cordyline australis (Asparagaceae).
Mesotonic: A type of growth where the shoots nearest the middle of the stem shows the greatest development. | Botany word of the day