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  • noun Plural form of flowerer.


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  • Both the double _R. acris_ and _repens_ are profuse flowerers, but _R. bulbosus_ is not so; it, however, bears much larger flowers than either of the others, and on this account is named _R. speciosus_.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 358, November 11, 1882 Various

  • Lastly, many hybrids are profuse and persistent flowerers, whilst other and more sterile hybrids produce few flowers, and are weak, miserable dwarfs; exactly similar cases occur with the illegitimate offspring of various dimorphic and trimorphic plants.

    IX. Hybridism. Reciprocal Dimorphism and Trimorphism 1909

  • The larch was shedding its leaves, which turn red before they fall; but the annual vegetation was much behind that at 14,000 feet, and so many late flowerers, such as _Umbelliferae_ and _Compositae, _ had come into blossom, that the place still looked gay and green: the blue climbing gentian (_Crawfurdia_) now adorned the bushes; this plant would be a great acquisition in English gardens.

    Himalayan Journals — Complete 1864

  • All the flowers in the Cordilleras appear to be autumnal flowerers -- they were all in blow and seed, many of them very pretty.

    More Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 1 Charles Darwin 1845

  • With an extra hour's daylight, spring's early flowerers can't wait to start showing off

    Home | Mail Online 2010


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