Panicle sentence example

panicle
  • The spikelets form a loose panicle,)(Ix.
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  • Spikelets falling singly from the unjointed rachis of the spike or the ultimate branches of the panicle.
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  • Amphicarpum, native in the southeastern United States, has fertile cleistogamous spikelets on filiform runners at the base of the culm, those on the terminal panicle are sterile.
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  • Aira is a genus of delicate annuals with slender hair-like branches of the panicle.
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  • Dactylis glomerata (cock's-foot), a perennial grass with a dense panicle, common in pastures and waste places is a useful meadow-grass.
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  • The difference is that panicle hydrangea flower buds are formed in late spring.
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  • The flowers are at their best around mid May and the upright panicle can be as much as 12ins long.
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  • The fungal fruiting bodies are smaller and less obvious on the grass flower panicle than on the cereal ear.
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  • Gillenia - G. trifoliata is a Spiraea-like plant with numerous erect slender stems, about 2 feet high, and branching in the upper part into a loose panicle of white flowers.
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  • From the centre of the tuft, and exceeding it by 2 or 3 feet, arise numerous stems, each bearing an immense loose panicle of long filamentous silvery flowers, of a rosy tint with silvery sheen.
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  • America, 2 to 3 feet high, with a large loose panicle bearing large flattened spikelets.
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  • White Hellebore (Veratrum) - V. album is a handsome erect pyramidal perennial, 3 1/2 to 5 feet high, with large plaited leaves and yellowish-white flowers in dense spikes on the top of the stem, forming a large panicle.
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  • They do well in light, well-drained soils, and have a close family resemblance, the inflorescence being a panicle of white, drooping, tulip-shaped flowers, and the foliage rosulate, sword-shaped and spear-pointed.
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  • The plant is monoecious, producing the staminate (male) flowers in a large feathery panicle at the summit, and the (female) dense spikes of flowers, or " cobs," in the axils of the leaves below, the long pink styles hanging out like a silken tassel.
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  • The flowers of the horsechestnut, which are white dashed with red and yellow, appear in May, and sometimes, but quite exceptionally, again in autumn; they form a handsome erect panicle, but comparatively few of them afford mature fruit.
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  • The plants are generally herbs with a much shortened stem bearing a rosette of leaves and a spike or panicle of flowers.
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  • H the secondary floral axes give rise to tertiary ones, the raceme is branching, and forms a panicle, as in Yucca gloriosa.
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