A pentacyclic flower is a flower type formed out of a series of five whorls[1]; sets of identical organs attached around the axis at the same point. They also contain a calyx, a corolla, two whorls of stamens, and a single whorl of carpels


  1. Swartz, Delbert (1971). Collegiate Dictionary of Botany. New York: The Ronald Press Company. p. 136.
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