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Here are some English vocabulary words related to flowers:

  • Bloom: A flower that is open and flourishing
  • Bud: A small, undeveloped flower that has not yet opened
  • Petal: One of the parts of a flower that is typically colorful and helps attract pollinators
  • Stamen: The male reproductive organ of a flower, consisting of a filament and an anther
  • Pistil: The female reproductive organ of a flower, consisting of the stigma, style, and ovary
  • Pollen: A fine powder produced by the anthers of a flower, which contains the male gametes of the plant
  • Pollinator: An animal, such as a bee or hummingbird, that carries pollen from one flower to another, enabling fertilization and reproduction
  • Pollination: The transfer of pollen from the anthers of a flower to the stigma of the same or another flower
  • Fertilization: The process by which a sperm from the pollen fertilizes an egg in the ovary of a flower, resulting in the production of seeds
  • Seeds: The reproductive structures of flowers, which contain the plant’s embryo and food supply and can grow into a new plant
  • Annual: A plant that completes its life cycle in one growing season and then dies
  • Perennial: A plant that lives for more than two years, often surviving through winter and resuming growth in the spring
  • Deciduous: A plant that sheds its leaves at the end of the growing season
  • Evergreen: A plant that retains its leaves throughout the year
  • Wildflower: A flower that grows spontaneously and is not intentionally cultivated
  • Cultivated flower: A flower that is grown by humans, often for decorative or ornamental purposes
  • Ornamental plant: A plant that is grown for its attractive appearance, rather than for its practical use or value as food
  • Bouquet: A bunch of flowers that are picked and arranged together, often as a gift or decorative display
  • Herb: A plant that is used for medicinal, culinary, or other practical purposes, and often has a fragrant or flavorful quality
  • Vase: A container, typically made of glass or ceramic, used for holding flowers
  • Floral arrangement: A grouping of flowers and foliage that is arranged in a decorative way
  • Florist: A person who grows and sells flowers and makes floral arrangements
  • Greenhouse: A structure, typically made of glass or plastic, used for growing plants in a controlled environment
  • Nursery: A place where plants are propagated and grown to a usable size
  • Botanical garden: A garden that is dedicated to the cultivation and display of a wide variety of plants
  • Arbor: A structure, typically made of wood or metal, that is covered with climbing plants or vines and is used as a decorative or functional element in a garden
  • Trellis: A structure, typically made of wood or metal, used for supporting climbing plants or vines
  • Hanging basket: A container, typically made of wire or plastic, that is suspended from a hook or bracket and is used for growing plants
  • Garden bed: An area of a garden that is set aside for the cultivation of flowers, vegetables, or other plants
  • Raised bed: A garden bed that is elevated above the surrounding soil, often to improve drainage or accessibility
  • Garden border: A strip of land around the perimeter of a garden, typically planted with flowers or other decorative plants
  • Garden path: A walkway or trail through a garden, typically made of gravel, pavers, or other materials
  • Garden bench: A seat or bench in a garden, often used for relaxation or contemplation
  • Garden fountain: A decorative water feature in a garden, typically consisting of a basin and a jet or stream of water
  • Garden statue: A decorative sculpture in a garden, often depicting a figure or animal
  • Garden gnome: A small, traditionally dressed figurine that is often placed in a garden as a decorative element

I hope this vocabulary is helpful!

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