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Definition as written by talinum:
Three or more leaves arising from the same stem node
Definition as written by flowox:
Also used to describe three or more flowers (or leaves) appearing in a circle at one node
Definition as written by poppysue:
Example of the whorled leaves of Veronicastrum.
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Some use the therm "whorl" to floral structures, being sepals, petals, stamens, and pistils treated as separated whorls.
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