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Updated on 30/04/2021
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Rosa chinensis is a type of actinomorphic flower. While it was commonly recognized by the general public that roses have multiple petals, the wild species just have five petals indeed. The one that we can now easily found in the market with a myriad of petals is actually the cultivated form. It has multiple stamens and is also pedicellate. Reference: Rosa chinensis China Rose PFAF Plant Database. (2021). Retrieved from https://pfaf.org/user/Plant.aspx?LatinName=Rosa+chinensis
A flower shop in Lee Gardens, Wan Chai
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petal , sepal , pileus , pistil , suspensor , epidermis , stipe , ovule , Labellum , stamen
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