Inflorescences, raceme umbel like, corymb
, 5-9 flowered, 2.5-3.0 cm across; Peduncle glabrous or subglabrous; Pedicel 2-3.5 cm, white hairy, subglabrous and become glabrous at maturity.
It is readily distinguished from those species, and from all other species of Heteropterys, by the following combination of characters: small nearly glabrous leaves with large glands on the abaxial surface (not on the margin), epipetiolar stipules, umbels or corymbs
of 4-6 flowers, well-developed peduncles with the bracteoles borne near the base, and tiny greenish petals.
The flowers are clustered racemes, corymbs
, or panicles.
Inflorescences in sessile corymbs
of axillary triads, 1 per axil, 4-5 cm in length, with 3-4 pairs of triads per inflorescence, axis of inflorescence angular, bracts ovate.
FLOWER DESCRIPTION: White, 1/4" in 1" flat corymbs
, not especially noticeable.
Unique Characteristics: Foliage is unique and distinctive; In autumn, small yellow flowers appear in branched corymbs
Other inflorescence types like umbels, corymbs
, and many panicles are also best cut at the half-open stage.
FLOWER DESCRIPTION: White, 1" to 1 1/2" across, borne in several-branched, flat-topped corymbs
that are 6" or broader, the outer flowers being sterile.
FLOWER DESCRIPTION: White, pink, and red blooms on the same plant, appearing in 2" to 4" clusters (corymbs
FLOWER DESCRIPTION: White to rose with purple markings inside, 1" or more in large terminal corymbs
. Flowers in May through June.
2" wide small corymbs
. Flowers in spring and summer.
FLOWER DESCRIPTION: White, 1" long, appearing in small terminal corymbs
in mid-spring and continuing into summer.