I think it can be a bit problematic to try and assign human-recognized ideas of gender to plants. But yes, there are male and female plants in some species. Many plants possess flowers with both male and female sexual organs, known as “monoecious.” “Dioecious” plant species have both male and female specimens–both of which are required to create seeds.
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