Horticulturists have super-beautified some plants by selectively breeding for our sense of good looks to the point where the plant's animal companions hardly recognize them. If fruit is desired the female is preferred with a token male nearby for pollination. Still other plants — such as duckweed — abstain from sex altogether. Minus bad pickup lines, one-night stands, and other social complexities, plants actually do have sex. It's fun to watch people walk under ginkgos in the fall.
Look for cultivated varieties cultivars with obvious boy or girl names or check resources in order to get the plant sex of your choice.
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Apple and rose are examples of plants with this basic arrangement. Female ginkgo trees have odiferous fruit. Ginkgo trees have separate male and female plants altogether. Examples include squash, birch, begonia, and oak. These plants have male flowers and female flowers on the same plant.