erect stems

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  • The leaves are mainly located around the base of the erect stem.
  • It has an erect stem which may have a few branches or none.
  • The flowers are produced on a single erect stem with white flowers.
  • Many of these erect stems have branches reaching out into the air in all directions. Cited from The First Book of Farming, by Charles L. Goodrich
  • It has small oval green leaves all along its erect stems.
  • It also has stiff and erect stems, which can stand up to relatively deep water flow.
  • It produces one to many tall erect stems which are similar in color.
  • It produces a single erect stem which can reach two meters in height.
  • This annual grows on a thick erect stem with a few short, pointed leaves.
  • One simple erect stem is present per plant.
  • In early summer each erect stem produces up to four spurred, blue-purple flowers.
  • It can sprout one to several erect stems with little to no hair at all from one long root.
  • D. heterophylla produces small leaves along an erect stem that can be tall.
  • This plant has a smooth, erect stem which may be thin or quite stout.
  • S. paramiltiorrhiza has one to a few erect stems that reach tall.
  • They are clumpy and low-growing but usually have erect stems covered white-haired, green leaves.
  • D. huegelii produces small, bell-shaped leaves along an erect stem that can be tall.
  • This plant has an erect stem with a wide, thickened base and slender top growing tall.
  • It is a small annual plant spreading or erect stems each a few centimeters long.
  • Two to twelve flowers grow on an erect stem with basal leaves.
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