Families of Vascular Plants - EEB337H

Toronto Islands 2 October 2008



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Photo courtesy and © 2008 D. Lee
Another woody plant found on the dunes is red-osier dogwood (Cornus stolonifera). Here you can see that the mature fruits (white) developed from epigynous flowers, since it's pretty clear that the perianth was inserted on top of the ovaries.

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