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Botanical illustration of orange
This botanical illustration depicts an orange. Illustration made with watercolors in the technique of hand drawing. Orange forms a powerful long-lasting trees, which reach heights of up to 20 meters. Crohn's is spherical or pyramidal, dense, densely leafy shape. Branches often with spines, which sometimes reaches a length of 10 centimeters. The flowers are axillary, solitary or in bundles of 2 or 3 pieces, fragrant, stamens 20 to 25, with fused or vice versa loose threads, and some varieties are sterile stamens. The fruits are spherical, oblong or somewhat muffled-spherical shape of various sizes, and the rind smooth or rough, yellow and orange flowers, with no taste of bitterness and oil glands. Flesh them brightly colored and juicy, with a sweet and sour taste. The number of slices from 9 to 13, white seeds. Oranges are increasingly subtropical, not tropical plants. They have good resistance to low temperatures, and some varieties can withstand temperature drop between 4 - 6 degrees Celsius.
watercolor and ink
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