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flore pleno Line breaks: flore pleno
Pronunciation: /ˌflɔːreɪ ˈpleɪnəʊ/
/ˌflɔːri/

Definition of flore pleno in English:

adjective

(Of a plant variety) double-flowered.
Example sentences
  • For many gardeners flore pleno herald the end of winter.

Origin

Latin, literally 'with a full flower'.

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