Compare the structure of tulip and rose flowers. What are the main differences in the structure of these colors?

A tulip flower has a simple perianth, usually of six petals, which grow in two rows (with the exception of double varieties, which have much more petals), one pistil (formed by three accrete carpels), six free stamens, arranged in three in two rows. A tulip always has one flower. The rose flower has a double perianth, an indefinite number of stamens and pistils. The bud is dense, due to the large number of petals (up to 158 pieces, depending on the variety). A rose can have both single flowers and inflorescences up to 200 pieces.

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