Perfect Flowers

By The Old House Web
A perfect flower contains both the male and female parts (stamen and pistil). The flower may or may not contain sepals and petals.

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

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