Plantain, Broadleaf (Plantago major)Plantain, Broadleaf (Plantago major)
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Plantain, Broadleaf (Plantago major) - 02a

Plantain, Broadleaf (Plantago major) - 02a
(Plantain, Broadleaf (Plantago major) - 02a) The flowers and fruit of the broadleaf plantain grow in long densely packed spikes that can have lengths of nearly 15 cm. or 6 inches. The spike on the right is just in the early bud stage, but the spike on the left has swelling buds a few of which are starting to open. Each tiny bud opens to flowers, each of which has 4 stamens and 1 pistil.
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