Is a broccoli floret a flower?
The noun 'broccoli' is an uncountable noun. Units of broccoli are expressed as a floret of broccoli or florets of broccoli.
that is the floret
The answer is................floret!
The small clumps around the perimeter of the head.
flower, bloom, bud, efflorescence, floret
The part of broccoli that we eat is an undeveloped flower.
No. It is a flower.
Broccoli curd is a flower bud. For use it is cut before it expands into a flower.
The mass of small green dots are flower buds, actually. They were picked before they could bloom. Broccoli is a member of the cabbage family. The flower head is eaten as a vegetable. It is a cruciferous vegetable
well it actually isn't a flower but its edible, yeah.
Broccoli is the flower of the plant, but the inside of the stems are also edible.
The broccoli head is actually the collective flower buds of the plant. Each of the tiny green parts of the broccoli head will open into a yellow flower if left uncut. This head rises up from the center of the plant.
Cauliflower and broccoli are both the unopened flower-heads of the plant.
Answer: Broc-cauliflower or Broccoli-flower! Why?: Coli and Cauli! Broccoli and Cauliflower are both vegetables and they look alike!
it is the flower if you look closley at the tops you will see tiny flower buds
Answer: isn't the flower form of broccoli? NO
neither, it is a undeveloped flower.
broccoli, cauliflower, and artichokes
No, but it is related to cabbage and broccoli
The area of Saint-Floret is 12.16 square kilometers.
It is the flower buds of the plant.
broccoli and cauliflowers are vegetable flowers.
Above ground. It is a flower.
Cauliflower and Broccoli
flower noun 1 blue flowers bloom, blossom, floweret, floret. See table. 2 the flower of the nation's youth best, finest, pick, choice, cream, crème de la crème, elite. antonym dregs.
No, you are mostly eating microscopic animals that live on a flower, (thats the green stuff)
1) Calabrese Broccoli 2) Sprouting Broccoli 3) Purple Cauliflower (yes, that is a kind of broccoli). Not included are Rapini (a.k.a. Broccoli Raab, which is actually a kind of turnip); Kai Lan (Chinese Broccoli, which is a leafy plant); and Romanesco Broccoli, which is an edible flower sometimes considered a kind of cauliflower.
Broccoli belongs to the cabbage family. Its tree-like appearance has a head of compact green florets attached by small stems to large stalks. The flower head of broccoli can be eaten raw, steamed, boiled, or stir fried. This flower head part is used as a vegetable. Just like other vegetables that produce flowers, we eat broccoli's florets and it is a vegetable.
The whole plant is Broccoli. RThe part you eat is the curd in the middle which is actually the flower buds.
well the only vegetable that is a vegetable the is also a flower is broccoli (if you disagree please say) :-)
No, it is a stalk vegetable related to cabbage. The edible green part is the flower. No . . . the harvested parts of the broccoli plant are the stems and the blossoms.
No, you are eating an edible plant of the cabbage family.
Actually yes, broccoli does produce seeds. The part we eat on the top of broccoli is the flower. If left on the plant without picking it, the small green buds develop into small yellow flowers that produce seeds.
When your're eating Broccoli, your acually eating the flower buds of the plant. if you ever grow it and wait too long, the the part of broccoli you eat will turn into lots of yellow flowers.
BROCCOLI : a green vegetable with edible leaves and "flower" heads (florets).
Paul Coste-Floret died in 1979.
Paul Coste-Floret was born in 1911.
Broccoli is a plant, but the edible parts humans consume are unopened flowers.
The part of the broccoli we eat actually consist of tiny "flowerettes". These wiil eventually produce a tiny yellow flower. Pick the broccoli before you see the little greeny balls putting out these yellow flowers. The broccoli will have an undesirable flavor if you let it go too long. Start picking the broccoli from the central head. You may develop sideshoots of broccoli after the main head is totally picked..........
wow. I can't believe it. you managed to make such a vague question that not even a genius could answer that question. what do u mean INTERESTING? I could tell you about gardening. or soil usage. or whatever. no normal human being could answer that question My Answer to the above is: Most commonly, a daisy flower is made up of a yellow center surrounded by white petals. Sometimes though, the petals are a shade… Read More
Flower bulbs such as daffodils, Hyacinth, crocuses, and vegetables like garlic, & broccoli.
Choose broccoli with floret clusters that are compact and not bruised. They should be uniformly colored, either dark green, sage, or purple-green, depending upon variety, and with no yellowing. In addition, they should not have any yellow flowers blossoming, as this is a sign of over-maturity. The stalk and stems should be firm with no slimy spots appearing either there or on the florets. If leaves are attached, they should be vibrant in color and… Read More
Many flowers are considered edible. Broccoli is likely the most common edible flower.
well people have their own ideas it up to you but broccoli and spuds well the top are so they can kind of be veg table or flower hoped i helped you xxx
Myth: The health properties of broccoli are in the buds. Fact: The health benefits of broccoli are in both the buds and the stems. Although the buds are rich in B-complex vitamins and minerals, the stem contains compounds that can protect individuals from certain types of cancer and improve immunity.
Broccoli is not a fruit because it is a plant, namely a Cabbage (Brassicaceae) plant. Broccoli possesses abundant fleshy flower heads, usually green in color, arranged in a tree-like fashion on branches sprouting from a thick, edible stalk. The large mass of flower heads is surrounded by leaves. Broccoli most closely resembles cauliflower, which is a cultivar group of the same species of Brassica. I'm not sure what the previous post is saying. Fruits are… Read More
A complete flower has all four parts: sepal, petals, stamen (male) and pistil (female). A perfect flower just has the male and female parts. The cornflower (Bachelor's-button) is a perfect flower. As a member of the family Asterales, it has multiple flowers making up a flowerhead (capitula). There are 5 stamens (male reproductive part) There is a 2 carpel fused pistil with style (female reproductive part) The floret does not have petals and rarely has… Read More
The tree shaped things we eat are the flowering part of the plant. The little dark green bits at the top are the undeveloped flower buds. If left on the plant they grow into little yellow flowers that produce seeds.