Garden Dictionary Word: silique (syn. siliqua)
silique (syn. siliqua)
A dry, dehiscent, elongated fruit formed from a superior ovary of two carpels, with two parietal placentas and divided into two loculi by a false septum between the placentas, occurring in plants of the family Cruciferae.
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