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the upper angle between an axis and an offshoot such as a branch or leafstalk

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Inflorescences in racemes of axillary triads, 1 per axil, (3)-6-10 cm in length, 4-6 pairs of triads per inflorescence, axis of inflorescence cylindrical, bracts ovate.
Inflorescence unbranched, borne in axil of full-sized leaf, the stalk ca.
Remove rose blooms as soon as they fade, cutting right back to a bid in a leaf axil to ensure the plant retains good shape and continues to flower later in the year ?
Prune larger-leaved evergreens including laurel Remove rose blooms as soon as they fade, cutting right back to a bid in a leaf axil to ensure the plant retains good shape and continues to flower later in the year Pick flowers such as sweet peas and dahlias to encourage further flowering Divide overcrowded and congested clumps of rhizomatous iris, carefully lifting each clump and then dividing them into separate chunks with a sharp knife.
arvensis present physical characteristics such as leaf number, axil number, leaf length and diameter that forms an organographic plant arrangement favourable to its accessory permanence choice, while for N.
Si sobre el pilar actua un axil equivalente a una tension normal de 5 MPa el agotamiento a flexion (Figura 15) se producira para un momento de 215 kN x m.
At each node, the rachilla bore a lemma in whose axil a floret axis ascended.
A Many people just snap off the old flower but you really should prune back further down the stem to a bud in the leaf axil facing outwards to open up the bush.
The company's Axil high performance engineering and structural adhesives offer a solution.
Normally the leaf is attached to the stem at the node, with a bud (embryonic shoot) arising in the leaf axil (where the leaf connects to the stem).
In the axil of each leaf are bunches of many tiny blue flowers misty blue in colour.