Imperfect Flowers

By The Old House Web
An imperfect flower contains only the male or female part (stamen or pistil). The flower may or may not contain sepals or petals.

See: Monoecious; Dioecious; Perfect Flowers; Complete Flowers; Incomplete Flowers

(revised 2-94)

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