What are the parts of the gumamela flower?


Stigma, style, ovary, ovule, receptacle, pollentube, filament, anther, sepal and petal are the parts of the gumamela flower.
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Parts of a Gumamela Flower
When you think of a flower you generally think of it as a whole item, or perhaps in its most general parts---petals, leaves and stems. However, the gumamela flower, or hibiscus, is made up of many parts. Grown as an evergreen plant in frost-free... More »
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