It grows from two to four feet high, and bears a corymb of many yellow heads, from July to September.
Cyme, in appearance much like a corymb, but it differs in the fact that the central flower blooms first.
Flowers large, to 2/3 in., many in a corymb, on glandular peduncles.
A corymb (Fig. 202) is the same as a raceme, except that it is flat and broad, either convex, or level-topped.
It has a rosette of root-leaves, from which rises a naked scape bearing a corymb of largish white flowers.
A compound corymb is a corymb some branches of which branch again in the same way, as in Mountain Ash.
The axis of a corymb is short in proportion to the lower pedicels.
Their flower-heads are yellow, arranged in a corymb, and bloom during the whole of the summer.
corymbose, in corymbs, approaching the form of a corymb, or branched in that way.
This is commonly a flat-topped or convex flower-cluster, like a corymb, only the blossoms are from terminal buds.
An indeterminate inflorescence whose outer flowers have longer stalks than the inner flowers, so that together they form a round cluster that is rather flat on top. The outer flowers open before the inner ones. Yarrow and the hawthorn have corymbs. See illustration at inflorescence.