So the plantlet has no hindrance to its growth when spring opens.
Germination, the development of a plantlet from the seed, 12.
The seed germinates, and after a time the plantlet unites with the stock.
Indeed the plantlet has attained considerable size before the acid flesh shows any signs of change.
The germ remains in the vesicle, and finally becomes the embryo, fully developed into a plantlet, as may be seen in many seeds.
The roots of the plantlet are now established in the soil and are taking in food which enables the plant to grow.
And so if we choose a large seed, we have chosen a greater amount of food for the plantlet.
The seed coats need not be lettered, as they do not belong to the plantlet.