flowers. Saturday , May 27th , 2017 - 13:14:09 PM
The receptacle is an area where a flower binds itself to the stalk. After the fertilization process occurs, this receptacle often becomes part of the fruit produced by the flower. A common example of the fertilization product is the strawberry. Now the stalk of the flower is often known as a peduncle. The purpose of the peduncle is to provide support for the flower when it elevates itself to attract pollinators.
These flowers grow in clusters and are generally assumed to have four petals. The petals are the greenish structures inside the bracts that are assumed to be the petals.
Another common rose disease is Black Spot, and it is caused by a fungus named Diplocarpon rosae. As its name already implies, this disease appears like black spots on the leaves and then the foliage turns yellow falling completely in early autumn, also as a consequence, the flowers lose the intensity of their color. Black spot can be prevented by means of proper sanitation but also fungicide needs to be sprayed once or even twice a week during rainy seasons.
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