However, only those in which the number of pistillate flowers was described as medium or numerous will be recorded here.
The pistillate flowers are stalked and are also covered with hairs.
The pistillate catkin matures into a woody cone made of overlapping scales attached to a central stem.
Heads many-flowered, radiate; the rays numerous, pistillate.
This will, I think, help to fertilize the pistillate or nutlet blossoms on many of the trees.
Fig. 231, staminate, and 232, pistillate flower of Moonseed.
The pistillate catkins are short and erect, and each flower has a fleshy scale within a reddish-brown, woody bract.
One having pistil but no stamens is a pistillate or Female flower.
Heads many-flowered, radiate; the rays about 5, pistillate and fertile; the disk-flowers perfect but sterile.
If seed is required a pistillate 611 flower is selected and pollinated.