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gender of plants

The gender of plants is a big one. I love plants, but I also love their gender. For example, I love plants with flowers and leaves, but I also love plants with leaves and no flowers. I guess it goes both ways.

I’ve been debating with myself lately. If I like plants with flowers and leaves, then I want to be able to grow plants with flowers and leaves. But on the other hand, if I want to be able to grow plants without flowers and leaves, then I don’t really want to grow plants with flowers and leaves.

A lot of people who are interested in the gender of plants would argue that gender of plants is not important. They say that it’s more about the way the plants die and grow than their gender. For me, it’s about the plant’s identity and the way that it dies and grows. I want to be able to grow plants with flowers and leaves, but I don’t want to be able to grow plants that have no flowers and leaves.

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