Garden Dictionary Word: sympodium (pl. sympodia, adj. sympodial)
sympodium (pl. sympodia, adj. sympodial)
A primary axis without a single, persistent growing point that develops from a series of lateral branches which change direction in succession and give it a zigzag form, as occurs with orchids of the genus Cattleya. See also: monopodium.
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