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That’s is a female plant.
Agreed with @Zee
Sometimes pistils expand and look like seed pods, but aren’t. If they have seeds in them, they’d be a hermie. I’m assuming you already tried to find some seeds and hadn’t?
Welcome! I agree with the others.
Either you are using pistil incorrectly, or this is the first I’ve heard of that phenomenon.
I suppose unfertilized ovum, which are at the base of the pistil, continue to develop until senescence, which gives the calyxes a swollen appearance, but the term “seed pods” is also confusing me.
@CM99 I’m going to disagree with the posts up to this point. I do see pistillate (female) flowers. I cannot say with certainty either way whether you’re highlighting a staminate (male) flower or not. The absence of pistils doesn’t necessarily mean the flowers aren’t female, since pistils can retract into the calyx.
A “normal” male flower will have 5 “lobes” which will open up to release pollen. Things get squirrelly when talking about stress-induced staminate flowers. The morphology could be different.
I meant the calyxes. I’m a little high. My bad. I don’t know the 100% scientific words, but I know what I’m doing and a lot of it the scientific sciences behind certain parts of it. Just not the terminology of it all.
Here you go! This is Male! LOL
Bro I am stealing that pic…rolling!!!
That’s how I got it!
You mean hermaphrodite?
No. I mean male. That’s an immature male cola.
The ( seed ) pod is called a perigonal bract. The calyx is the part ( hair like ) that protrudes from the perigonal bract. The bract is leaf like material that is designed to protect the seed should viable pollen stick to the calyx and successfully impregnate the ovum. The perigonal bract is the place of greatest resin production because of its function. Its swollen looking because it is receptive and mature. Not because it has a seed in it.
The calyx is the part of the flower that forms first, and eventually becomes the base that supports the rest of the flower.
Within the cannabis calyx, you will find all of the important reproductive organs, including the pistil and stigmas.
A perigonal bract (sometimes called a floral bract) subtends each female flower, and grows to envelop the fruit (this is important in narcotic resin production, and additional detail is given in the “Evolution of Narcotic Drug Production Under Domestication” section).
Male—female recognition in flowering plants is initiated by mutual contact of pollen and stigma surface components. … Specific binding of concanavalin A to the stigma surface decreases the adhesive capacity for pollen protein. The arabinogalactan of the stigma surface may act as an adhesive base.