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- Since the plants are monoecious, there are always both single (male) and double (female) flowers on the same plant. The leaves are usually asymmetrical, hairy or fuzzy and have a serrated edge. • Begonia boliviensis is more heat-tolerant than other types.
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- For a lesson in flower plant biology, North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension explains the difference between dioecious and monoecious plants.
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- Since the plants are monoecious, there are always both single (male) and double (female) flowers on the same plant. The leaves are usually asymmetrical, hairy or fuzzy and have a serrated edge. Tuberous begonias are used outdoors for color in summer ...
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- Begonias are monoecious so there are male and female flowers on the same plant. The leaves of tuberous begonias are asymmetrical and hairy. Nonstop Mocca has fully double flowers on Mocca colored foliage.
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- Tomatoes, as well as most other garden vegetables, are monoecious plants, meaning they have both male and female organs on a single plant.
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