Part of the reproductive life cycle in "Canada Frost Weed" involves the prodcution of flowers that self pollinate. These flowers never open and pollen tubes leave the anthers and grow directly toward the stigma. This image is a dissected, self-pollinating flower that is not fully developed. The sepals were removed, but petals are never produced. I called this The Embrace because the developing stamens (blue) grow upward toward the stigma of the pistil (pink) as the flowers develop.
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