“nonflowering," meaning that there should be little chance of accidental contamination of nearby crops.”
“New Caledonia has a remarkable diversity of gymnosperms (primitive nonflowering plants that include conifers), with forty-four species (forty-three of which are endemic) out of fifteen genera (at least three of which are endemic).”
“The spores of nonflowering plants are analogous to the seeds of flowering plants.”
“It changes tall, late, or nonflowering varieties that produce well only in the tropics into short, early-maturing forms that can be used in many parts of the world, including the temperate zones.”
“It is nonflowering, nonseeding (or at least nonspreading), and must be replicated by vegetative propagation.”
“Scattered about were pale abstract watercolors and several nonflowering potted plants.”
“A wind swept our hillock from the direction of its far side, where nasty-looking, spiked plants of a nonflowering variety grew.”
“Depending on climate, tulips can either wither after one season or produce nonflowering growth the following year.”
“For example, gnetophytes, a group that consists of shrubs and woody vines, are the most primitive nonflowering seed plants, according to the researchers' analysis.”
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