- 1.1 (small flower) flósculo (m)More example sentences
More example sentences1.2 (of cauliflower) cabezuela (f), cogollito (m)
- The outermost two rows of florets on the flower head opened and anthesed on the same day.
- Each panicle was individually labelled with its flowering date, defined as the day on which pollen had been released in approximately two-thirds of the florets composing the panicle.
- It starts blooming in midsummer with huge panicles of showy, white florets surrounding smaller fertile flowers.
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- For the piece de résistance, set all within a naturalized sea of camassia bulbs with their tall greenish spires and soft blue florets that bloom for weeks on end in late spring.
- Similarly, in freesia florets the increase in perianth sugars was more than 10 times higher than the decrease in starch content.
- Subsequent growth determines the fraction of the potential florets that develop into flowers, and eventually to fruits and seeds.
- The accompanying vegetables were good too; finely-sliced gratin potatoes in a light cheese sauce, delicious boiled new potatoes in their skins, deep-fried cauliflower florets in batter, broccoli and carrots.
- The base could be covered with puréed spinach and topped with florets of broccoli and cauliflower, still with cheese.
- We serve broccoli stems and florets steamed and tossed with a vinaigrette salad dressing just as you would a salad.
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