A seedling sunflower's stem, or stalk, is made up of the Epicotyl, which is just above the first leaves (the cotyledons) of the plant, and the hypocotyl, which is below. The woody mature stems are sturdy, round, and often branch out to hold additional blooms depending on the sunflower variety.
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