Macrophotograph of immature ivy flowers

Macrophotograph of immature ivy flowers

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Credit: CLAUDE NURIDSANY & MARIE PERENNOU/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Ivy flowers. Macrophotograph of a cluster of immature ivy flowers. Each of the unopened flower buds contains five petals, five stamens and a single pistil. Ivy (Hedera helix) is an evergreen climber that parasitises trees, using sucker-like roots to cling to its host. Its small, yellowish green flowers develop in late autumn and are pollinated by wasps and flies. Each flower produces a single black berry, poisonous to humans but palatable to birds.

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Keywords: botany, flower, flowering part, flowers, hedera helix, immatur, immature, ivy, ivy flowers, nature, parts, plant, plants, reproduction, reproductive, type, umbel

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