multiflora

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multiflora

(ˌmʌltɪˈflɔːrə)
adj
(Botany) having many blooms
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Noun1.multiflora - vigorously growing rose having clusters of numerous small flowersmultiflora - vigorously growing rose having clusters of numerous small flowers; used for hedges and as grafting stock
rose, rosebush - any of many shrubs of the genus Rosa that bear roses
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The whole front of it was covered by a large scarlet bignonia and a native multiflora rose, which, entwisting and interlacing, left scarce a vestige of the rough logs to be seen.
When multiflora roses bloom, then potato leafhoppers hop in the potatoes.
Wild multiflora roses are considered a nuisance by hunters who have to trudge through the thorny plants.
Farther out, you may have a meadow or an orchard that requires mowing only once or twice a year to keep down volunteer saplings, noxious weeds--such as giant ragweed, poison ivy or poison oak--and thorny customers like multiflora roses and greenbriar.
Other favorites include clematis, purple and yellow coneflowers, coreopsis, aster, zinnia, hollyhock, calendula, native sunflower, Mexican sunflower, cornflower, gaillardia, daisies (gloriosa, painted, shasta, ox-eye), blackberry, chrysanthemums, multiflora roses, old-fashioned roses, tomato, eggplant and strawberry.
24: When the foliage of multiflora roses is yellowing, then white snakeroot (poisonous to livestock) is budding in and around the woodlots.
Blackberries, black raspberries, multiflora roses and elderberry bushes bloom in the hedgerows.
14: White clover, common plantain, meadow goatsbeard, comfrey, wild multiflora roses, wild daisies, red clover and black medic bloom along the 40th Parallel when the first major heat wave of May starts to develop across the Deep South.
Multiflora roses, pink spirea, boxwood and yellow poplars are ready to bloom.