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Definition of semi-double flower

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Definition as written by talinum:

Flower with two or three times the normal number of petals, usually in two or three rows.

Definition as written by Monocromatico:

In Camellias, semi-double flowers are those with stamens (not all) partially transformed into petaloids. These flowers are often sterile, but may have functional stamens pistyl.


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