A flower with a stalk is called pedunculate or pedicellate; without a stalk, it is sessile.
General term for any loose and irregular flower-cluster, commonly of the racemose type, with pedicellate flowers.
A loose irregularly compound inflorescence with pedicellate flowers.
Tibia, concave on inner edge, pedicellate, shorter than femur.
A flower having a stalk is called pedunculate or pedicellate; one having no stalk is sessile.
A loose, irregularly compound inflorescence with pedicellate flowers.
Capsule 4-valved, pedicellate; plants leafy-stemmed, rarely thallose.
Flowers perfect, pedicellate, sometimes subsessile and thyrsoid-spicate.
pedicellate ped·i·cel·late (pěd'ĭ-sěl'ĭt, -āt')
Having or supported by a pedicel or pedicle.