After the flowers are withered, the seed-vessel, which is in the middle of each flower, grows into a long thin pod like a needle.
The seed-vessel has to go down into death as well as the leaf.
If you plant a walnut it will be a walnut-tree that will appear; so you see a nutshell is the seed-vessel of the nut-tree.
This is the seed-vessel, and it is divided at the tip into three little forks.
Bivalve, bī′valv, n. an animal having a shell in two valves or parts, like the oyster: a seed-vessel of like kind.
The forked tip of the seed-vessel can be seen among these stamens.
There is no need to imitate the seed-vessel of a brother vetch!
The forked tip of the seed-vessel is so tiny you scarcely notice it.
He has also found a new rose of a beautiful description, having thorns on its branches, and a seed-vessel resembling a gherkin.
The seed-vessel of this rose is rounder than the hip of the Dog Rose.