funnelform

[fuhn-l-fawrm]
adjective
shaped like a funnel, as the corolla of the morning-glory; infundibuliform.

Origin:
1820–30; funnel + -form

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The flowers are terminal with dark to pale pink campanulate to funnelform corollas.
The funnelform, cup-shaped or campanulate flowers are solitary and terminal in racemes, panicles or umbels.
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