Flowering calyx with more than one plane of symmetry
Corolla with more than one plane of symmetry
A climber is a plant which grows using other plants or objects as physical support.
Each leaf divided into more than one leaflet arranged from the same point at the end of the common stalk; including trifoliolate.
A fruit that remains whole or lobed at maturity. It may contain one or more seeds, each enclosed within a stony endocarp
The life-form of the plant
A herb is a plant which is not woody or only woody at the base. Herbs may die back more or less to ground level during an unfavourable season or at the end of a growing season.
One-seeded sections or mericarps of the fruit (schizocarp)
Each leaf divided into more than one leaflet arranged along a common central stalk.
A shrub is a woody plant without a single distinct main stem, the branches growing from near the base and all branches being more or less equivalent. A sub-shrub is a low-growing type of shrub
Each leaf with one blade, apparently without subdivision into leaflets, including unifoliolate.
Style originates below the deeply lobed ovary and between the carpels
The style remains attached to the fruit when the flower has detached
The style originates above the ovary, which may be shallowly lobed
A tree is a self-supporting perennial plant with a single branched and woody trunk with few or no branches arising from the base
Flowering calyx with only one or no plane of symmetry
Corolla with only one or no plane of symmetry