floriferous


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floriferous

[flȯ′rif·ə·rəs]
(botany)
Blooming freely, used principally of ornamental plants.
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In the Argentinean material it was possible to verify three staminate flowers on the apical position of floriferous internodes (Fig.
When the terminal inflorescence is highly reduced, increased development from the axillary buds of the vegetative leaves occurs, whether from the SIZ, producing more innovations, and/or from the axillary buds of the LIZ, increasing the development of floriferous shoots bearing axillary inflorescences (Vegetti, 1994, 1999; Rua & Weberling, 1998).
This short, full and floriferous plant looks good from spring into mid-summer.
The cultivars are low growing, spreading, compact, and have attractive foliage with floriferous, small flowers that often repeat very well.
Best of all, you can grow these gems in a floriferous landscape that keeps the neighbors happy and boosts your property values.
Although very floriferous their stems can be a bit thin and wiry, so it is best to put several plants together to make a good clump.
A new series from Proven Winners, it has a real type A personality, combining the floriferous nature of an annual with the endurance of a tender perennial.
Delayed completion of works to the Place Ovale (a monumental but crude hippodrome of housing enclosing a floriferous traffic roundabout) has however meant that the panoply of embellishments and finishes planned by Fiszer for the stepped approach to the parvis or forestage of his civic cultural monument (plinths, sculpture, uplighters, and so on) has not yet been fully implemented.
and having gained its summit, enjoyed a most enchanting view; a vast expanse of green meadows and strawberry fields; a meandering river gliding through, saluting in its various turnings the swelling, green, turfy knolls, embellished with parterres of flowers and fruitful strawberry beds; flocks of turkeys strolling about them; herds of deer prancing in the meads or bounding over the hills; companies of young, innocent Cherokee virgins, some busy gathering the rich fragrant fruit, others having already filled their baskets, lay reclined under the shade of floriferous and fragrant native bowers of Magnolia, Azalea Philadelphus, perfumed Calycanthus, sweet Yellow Jassamine and cerulean Glycenefrutescens..,
Some 85% of his clematis are the new, more compact varieties, ideal for those with small spaces or who want to grow really floriferous plants in pots.
The love camp like its floriferous exuberance, size and delicious aroma as you brush past it.