Botanical Words Alphabetical List - BE
BEAKED:Having a beak, or something resembling a beak; beak-shaped; rostrate; or ending in a beak-like point.
BEARD: 1. A crest, tuft, or covering of spreading hairs. 2. The awn or bristle-like appendage upon the chaff of grain and other grasses.
BED: An area within a garden or lawn in which plants are grown.
BEDDING PLANT: An ornamental plant grown for its flowers or foliage that is suited by habit for growing in beds or masses.
BENDIOCARB: A synthetic insecticide used to control a variety of house and garden pests including earwigs and ants.
BENOMYL: A systemic fungicide used to control a variety of diseases of ornamentals, usually foliar. It is absorbed into the system of the plant to fight off infection. Common name is Benlate.
BERRY: A small, pulpy fruit, which usually contains several seeds (i.e. Huckleberry, mulberry, etc.); any simple fruit in which the inside is fleshy, except the outer skin (i.e. Tomato, banana, grape, etc.); the dry kernel of certain kinds of grain.
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