Holly bush taken with shallow DOF

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Holly bush taken with shallow DOF

By Mary Ellen Ellis To take your green thumb to the next level, you really need to understand the biology of plants and the botanical terms that describe plant growth, reproduction, and other aspects of plant life. Get started here with some dioecious and monoecious information that will have you impressing your gardening friends. What Do Dioecious and Monoecious Mean? These are some high-level botany terms. They actually have simple meanings, but if you start throwing these words around at your next garden club meeting, you’ll leave everyone assuming you have a Ph.D. in botany. A monoecious plant is one that has male and female flowers on the same plant, or that has flowers on every plant that contain both male and female reproductive components. A dioecious plant has either male or female flowers, not both. For dioecious plants to reproduce, a male plant must be near a female plant

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