The length of stamens is a fairly safe indication of self-fertility.
Flowers semi-fertile, open after mid-season; stamens upright.
Flowers shallow, semi-fertile, open in mid-season; stamens upright.
Flowers self-fertile, opening in mid-season; stamens upright.
Flowers self-sterile or nearly so, open late; stamens reflexed.
Two or three forms of these anthers are shown in my row of stamens (Fig. 1).
The flowers, all of them, were mere petals and stamens (B, Fig. 8).
These are the stamens, and taken collectively are known as the “Andrœcium.”
This part you will find in the center of the flower, inside the circle of stamens.
Other plants bear their stamens and pistils in separate blossoms.