It grieved him to think that his little Alice, who was a flower bud
fresh from paradise, must open her leaves to the rough breezes of the world, or ever open them in any clime.
Subsequent cold weather might damage the edges of the aboveground foliage, but unless the flower bud
has appeared, the cold will not affect the future flowering or health of the bulb.
grown in different climate types, however, the flower bud
density did not differ significantly among the evaluated sites.
Others such as early flowering clematis are blooming on last year's wood - in other words the flower bud
was formed the previous year so dead-heading won't increase blossoms for this year.
So try and leave it alone until it flowers and maybe help it along with some high potash fertiliser which will help with flower bud
This study investigated the SD photoperiod effects on plant morphological traits, physiological parameters, flower bud
differentiation characterization and yield formation.
"Introducing Flower bud
products into your marketing campaign is smart.
It is known that sweet cherry flower is differentiated in the flower bud
previous season (Beppu et al., 2001; Engin and Unal, 2007).
Some research has addressed gland density, though not gland distribution, on flower and flower bud
parts (Wilson and Shaver, 1973).
While Santamour worked out a method for gathering pollen from one of the most potent tulip poplars on the Arboretum grounds, Norton watched the flower bud
development of the Mount Vernon tree.
A When the stem grows, it will have lots of buds at the top around one big flower bud
3 : to remove or cut off by or as if by pinching <Nip off the flower bud
with your fingers.>