:the part of a plant that grows under the ground and takes in water and minerals that it sends to the rest of the plant
:the bottom part of a tree left in the ground after the rest has fallen or been cut down
tree ring(s)【triː rɪŋ】
:a flat green part of a plant, growing from a stem or branch or from the root
:the thick main stem of a tree, that the branches grow from
:a part of a tree that grows out from the main stem and on which leaves, flowers and fruit grow
:a small, very thin branch that grows out of a larger branch on a bush or tree
:fine powder, usually yellow, that is formed in flowers and carried to other flowers of the same kind by the wind or by insects, to make those flowers produce seeds
:the small hard part produced by a plant, from which a new plant can grow
:the round underground part of some plants, like an onion in shape, that grows into a new plant every year
:a new part growing on a plant
:the main long, thin part of a plant above the ground from which the leaves or flowers grow; a smaller part that grows from this and supports flowers or leaves
:a small closed part that grows on a plant and from which a flower, leaf or stemdevelops; a flower or leaf that is not fully open
:a delicate coloured part of a flower. The head of a flower is usually made up of several petals around a central part.
:a small sharp, pointed part on the stem of some plants, such as roses
:a very small green or yellow plant without flowers that spreads over wet surfaces, rocks, trees, etc.
:a plant that grows in hot dry regions, especially one with thick stems covered in spinesbut without leaves. There are many different types of cactus.
:a plant with large attractive leaves and no flowers that grows in wet areas or is grown in a pot. There are many types of fern.
:a wild plant growing where it is not wanted, especially among crops or garden plants
:any climbing plant with long, thin stems
:a climbing plant that produces grapes