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|Flowers that usually bloom before noon. Usually 4 petals, 4 sepals, and 4 or 8 stamens (except Circaea with parts in 2's). The center of the flower, the stigma, often forms a characteristic cross. Leaves simple.|
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|Flower Formula: Sepals 2 or 4; Petals 2 or 4||Glossary|
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|3||White, tiny, 2 petaled flowers. Leaves opposite.||Images Information|
|3||Yellow, grren or no petals. Sepals staying on seed.||Images Information|
|4||White to pink flowers with all 4 petals coming from 1 side of blossom.||Images Information|
|11||White, pink, or purple flowers with 4 petals. Seeds with tufts of hairs||Images Information|
||1||Yellow to whitish flowers. Sepal falling after blooming. Seeds with no hairs. Stigma shield-shaped.||Images Information|
|13||Yellow to whitish flowers with 4 petals. Sepal falling after blooming. Seeds with no hairs. Stigma with 4 cuts. Leaves alternate||Images Information|
Plants of Wisconsin
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