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    Stem VS stalk

    Hello,

    What's the difference between "stem" and "stalk", if any?

    The part that holds a flower is a stem or a stalk?

    I looked up in a dictionary and I'm now more confused than ever. It says that a "stalk" is the main stem or the part that joins the leaves, fruit, etc to the main stem of the plant. Then a stalk is the main stem AND smaller stem at the same time?

    Please help.

    Nawee

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    Re: Stem VS stalk

    You could read this thread on the subject whilst you are waiting for our own horticultural experts to reply.

    Rover

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