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  • n. A short, compact cluster of flowers, such as those found in the composites


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  • In this particular thought sequence reading up with time the flowerhead of realization is preceded by tentative symmetrical idea-tendrils.

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  • Out front at the street, a cold spot and the lowest elevation finds a wild white aster flowerhead and Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Moudry’ encased.

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  • If your dill does not have a flowerhead, add a tsp of dill seed as well.

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  • Fill your salad bowl with the crisp leaves, from which the flowerhead has been plucked.

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  • Underneath the flowerhead of the Daisy is a green cushion, composed of bracts; in the

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  • It produces a flowerhead 8 inches across, composed of up to 100 pinkish-purple star-shaped flowers, each with a metallic sheen that is awe-inspiring.

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  • Traditionally they have red flowerhead leaves, although you can also buy them in pink and greenish white, which are becoming popular alternatives.


  • These are more like a sanguisorba flowerhead and very un-thistlelike.

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