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The common Leaf forms . Two and sometimes three types of leaves pitcher plant was introduced into culture in England are formed each year in Sarracenia . A crop of pitchered , at least as early as 1640.
Sarraceniales is distinguished from other orders chiefly by its distinctive , highly modified leaves and to a lesser FORM AND STRUCTURE extent by features of the inflorescence and flowers . The Most of the pitcher plants are herbaceous ...
Leaves are often thick , almost leathery , shining , and evergreen . Medicinal and folk uses . A number of saxifragalean plants are used in native medicine and ceremony in different parts of the world . Although several remedies have ...
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