Pistillate flower

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“The stamens are situated on the calyx, and they may be artificially removed or suppressed by nature, in which case we would have what is called a pistillate flower, which will produce fruit, if the pistils are fertilized from another flower.” —Fuller, 1910


Andrew S. Fuller The Illustrated Strawberry Culturist (New York: Orange Judd Company, 1910) 12


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