floriferous

[flaw-rif-er-uhs, floh-]
adjective

Origin:
1650–60; < Latin flōrifer (see flori-, -fer) + -ous

floriferously, adverb
floriferousness, noun
nonfloriferous, adjective
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floriferous (flɔːˈrɪfərəs)
 
adj
bearing or capable of bearing many flowers

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Example sentences
It's absolutely healthy, but not quite as floriferous as what your pictures show.
Amphidiploids will be used to produce compact, floriferous, and attractive seed-propagated cultivars.
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