from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Bearing flowers.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. That bears flowers (especially lots of flowers)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Producing flowers.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Producing flowers.
Tirelessly floriferous, its blooms complementing every other color in the garden.
The petunias and begonias that shoppers see in big-box retailers every spring may look garden-variety to untrained eyes, but they are special breeds that survive a grueling gantlet of field tests and focus groups to weed out their less hardy or floriferous brethren.
The huge King Kong is 40″ tall and red, the lucious Watermelon is suppose to be one of the most floriferous bloomeers at 27″ tall.
Everywhere are glad tidings and jubilation at the arrival of this month, the most floriferous of them all.
These are beautiful and floriferous, woody-stemmed small shrubs.
Zagreb, while not the lovely light buttery yellow of Moonbeam is a darker yellow but so much more floriferous for us.
Although not required, plants may be cut back in early June at least six weeks before normal flowering to reduce plant height and to encourage branching, thus leading to a more floriferous bloom, healthier foliage and less need for support.
The daisies by the mailbox are the most floriferous plants at the moment.
The Clematis is Betty Corning, the most floriferous I have.
This is the most floriferous of all the roses here.
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