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.
Segun Poeppig & Endlicher (1836-38) Asarca se divide en dos grupos informales: por un lado las verdaderas Asarca, de columna breve, espigas multifloras y labelo trilobado, donde se ubicaban las tres especies previamente descritas como Gavilea; por otro lado, el grupo informal Gavilea con especies con columna mas larga, labelo entero e inflorescencias paucifloras.
Grandiflora have flowers up to five inches across; multifloras produce greater numbers of smaller blossoms and are more disease resistant.
Multifloras. Celebrity and Madness series Use them in exposed These produce ('Yellow Madness' is shown).
With the aid of 200 photographs, he traces the histories and garden use of every kind, from species roses through Multifloras, Noisettes and Wichuranas to modern climbers.
There are large-flowered Grandifloras, multi-headed Multifloras, coloured and frilled-edged Picotees, trailers for pots, boxes and hanging baskets, and even frilly double-flowered forms.
Inflorescencias cimosas, axilares paucifloras o multifloras, raro unifloras, sesiles o pedunculadas.
With the aid of 200 photographs, he traces the fascinating histories and garden use of every kind, from species roses through multifloras, noisettes and wichuranas to modern climbers, including such less-known treasures as the Ayrshire and evergreen roses.
multiflora and supported by that species and often fallen dead branches.