Floral morphology walk in photos

A floral morphology walk in pictures.

Clerodendrum inerme: ilau



LynnJella, Siorine


Dissotis rotundifolia: Pink shawl 

Morinda citrifolia: weipwul

Hippobroma longiflora: Star of Bethlehem

Carica papaya


Unknown root-like plant eminating directly from the ground


Carica papaya

Tom and Yostrick

Yostrick and Siorine

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis

Explaining flower parts

Cymbopogon citratus

Gardenia taitensis


Hymenocallis littoralis

Tremay, Mitch, and Ann-Julie

Tremay

Gardenia taitensis

Explaining the parts including the tepals for Hymenocallis littoralis

Turnera ulmifolia

Turnera ulmifolia: a morning flower past its peak at 4:30 P.M.

Class wrap-up

I think an oppportunity might have been missed this term to have the students sketch an actual flower complete with labelled flower parts. The weather was sunny and clear, and the ilau would have made an ideal subject.

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