It is, however, a true phanerogam or flowering plant, the male and female flowers being born on separate trees.
This window is iron grated, and its grim visage is softened by a flowering plant set within.
The only other flowering plant which we shall mention in this chapter is now fortunately very rare in Great Britain.
It occurred to him, one day, that it would be a good thing to have a flowering plant in the little yard connected with each cell.
She had nothing in the world but this one flowering plant which she called Szilard.
The visitor's horses smoked off to the suburb; a third flowering plant stood on the spot whence the first had been taken.
This makes it as ornamental as if it were a flowering plant.
But Giotto does not forget to place a flowering plant in the balcony just as the peasants have always done in his mountain home.
In spite of its name, it is not a grass but a flowering plant whose stalk has a tough fibre useful in making cordage and paper.
It differs from the seed of the flowering plant in being destitute of an apparent embryo.
|flowering plant |
A plant that produces flowers and fruit; an angiosperm. See more at angiosperm.