[ pə͡ʊlmˈə͡ʊni͡əm], [ pəʊlmˈəʊniəm], [ p_əʊ_l_m_ˈəʊ_n_iə_m]
How to use "Polemonium" in context?
The genus polemonium, also known as the bunch flower, boasts some of the most bizarre and intricate flowers in the plant kingdom. These magnetic flowers are capable of motivating insects to pollenate them, ultimately creating new plants. While some species of Polemonium produce large, showy flowers, others are almost completely hidden by greenish spikes. What is common to all Polemonium plants, though, is the ability to produce fertile eggs on the male flowers.
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