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Category: Botanical Glossary | Posted: Mon Nov 17, 2014 5:24 am

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Jerry


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Obcordate: Heart-shaped, stem attaches to tapering point
You will find this term in the plants edit section under
the leaf shape category.

Obovate: Teardrop-shaped, stem attaches to tapering point
You will find this term in the plants edit section under
the leaf shape category.

Obtuse: With a blunt tip
You will find this term in the plants edit section under
the leaf shape category.

Opposite: The arraignment of two leaves on the same node on either side of a stem.
You will find this term in the plants edit section under
the leaf shape category.

Orbicular: A leaf with a circular shape
You will find this term in the plants edit section under
the leaf shape category.

Organic: Refers to material derived from a living source. Grown only natural fertilizer and no use of artificial chemicals. Suggested by Cayuga Morning

Oriental Garden: A garden usually simple in nature with focal points connected by stepping stones or gravel. Many feature a pond with Koi.
You will find this term in the plants edit section under
the Suitable Fore category.

Ornamental: Plants grown for displays and special purposes. Example: cut flowers or holiday decorations.
You will find this term in the plants edit section under
the Plant Type category.

Osmosis: The process by a plant membrane to transfer liquids from the side with the most concentration to the side with the lesser concentration.

Ovate: Oval, egg-shaped, with a tapering point
You will find this term in the plants edit section under
the leaf shape category.


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Comments

Cayuga Morning wrote on Sun Jan 04, 2015 11:01 pm:


How about organic? Too controversial?





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