Classifying Flowering Plants
Contents include: What are flowering plants?; What do flowering plants look like?; Flowering plant classes; Magnolias and their relatives; Oaks and their relatives; Meat-eating plants and their relatives; Roses and their relatives; Peas in a pod; Palms and their relatives; Grasses, sedges, and their relatives; Bromeliads and bananas; Lilies, orchids, and their relatives; Recognizing flowering plants.
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