perfect flower

perfect flower

[′pər·fikt ′flau̇·ər]
(botany)
A flower having both stamens and pistils.
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Cruelty, as a fine art, has attained its perfect flower in the trained-animal world.
And don't forget scent - Apricot Beauty has a delicate nature with its gentle colour but also has a delicious sweet scent that will fill a room, making it the perfect flower to cut and bring indoors.
It took us around two months to find the perfect flower suppliers, catering, venue and all.
Unable to stir, he perished but in his place sprung up this perfect flower.
Ecards for Happy Valentine's Day or I love you display a bouquet of lush red roses or a single perfect flower.
The Dubai-based author of The Perfect Flower Girl and The Glory Garage: Growing up Lebanese Muslim in Australia spoke to students.
Pentas, like zinnias, are a perfect flower for the summer garden.
Remove the tendrils and if you want to have the perfect flower for showing, restrict the stem to seven or eight flowers at one time.
I planted my first lily after I found out about the brilliant and underappreciated Leslie Woodriff, a man who dreamed of creating the perfect flower.
My third pick was a star-shaped phalaenopsis with a single perfect flower on a long spike.
This process freed them from their old ideas about how to make a pretty or perfect flower.
Add a card with nice words in, add some words OF YOUR OWN, buy a single perfect flower, of the kind she most loves, and she will very probably cry.