Now this plant produces several flowers on a raceme and many racemes during a season.
This form of inflorescence is known technically as a “raceme.”
If the secondary floral axes give rise to tertiary ones, the raceme is branching, and forms a panicle, as in Yucca gloriosa.
Spike, an inflorescence like a raceme, only the flowers are sessile, 74.
Forty or fifty of them hanging in a cluster from the top of the raceme make a show to remember.
In this specimen a raceme of small flowers was included within the enlarged pericarp of a species of Anchusa.
Diagram of a simple cyme in which the axis lengthens, so as to take the form of a raceme.
Its raceme of white flowers and its black berries are also known to me; but alas, only in a garden.
The leaves of this plant are linear and channelled, and the drooping flowers form a raceme of from six to twelve blooms.
This raceme during the ripening of the fruit often acquires a length of two to three feet.
raceme ra·ceme (rā-sēm', rə-)
An optically inactive chemical compound.
An indeterminate inflorescence in which each flower grows on its own stalk from a common stem. The lily of the valley and snapdragon have racemes. See illustration at inflorescence.