The flowers of Hypericum species are hermaphrodite, meaning that they contain both male and female reproductive organs, and the fruit produced is usually a small capsule (2) (4). There are a large number of stamen in the centre of Hypericum flowers, the outer whorl of which is sterile or absent (4). This species blossoms in spring (3). Text © WildscreenSee more in the Encyclopedia of Life...
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- Taxonomic Completion
1.09%5 of 458 accepted Species.
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