Origin of sepal
OTHER WORDS FROM sepalsepaled, sepalled, adjective
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How to use sepal in a sentence
Many edible flowers can be eaten whole, but some are best disassembled to avoid the inedible sepal, pistil, and stamens—basically the base of the flower and all those funky bits in the center.
White or palest rose of sepal and petal, the latter marked with purplish lines at the base.
The colour of sepal and petal pink, the throat yellow, the spreading disc magenta-crimson.
Harrisoniae in colour and size of sepal and petal; in general shape and in the hues of the labellum after L. purpurata.
The great dorsal sepal is white above, tender green in two shades below, with strong green lines ascending from the base.
The yellow ground colour shows itself only in a few narrow streaks upon sepal and petal, and in the base of the lip.