Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of flowerhead.

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Examples

  • The twistElderflower, in the form of flowerheads simmered with the gooseberries or a drop of cordial stirred in with the cream, is a classic.

    Nigel Slater's classic gooseberry fool recipe

  • The flowerheads will develop over the next month or six weeks to provide secondary, if smaller heads for the cook.

    Groundwork: Going for broccoli

  • Beyond, the flowerheads of the feather reed grass quiver below the crape myrtle blossoms.

    Replacing the front yard with a garden: The beauty of harmony

  • Take the head before the buds begin to open, and cut carefully to leave the lateral flowerheads forming at the base of the terminal head.

    Groundwork: Going for broccoli

  • Even on the near side of winter there were treasures to be found, seeds clinging to dried flowerheads of fennel, dill, and anise, and lousewort with a few seedcases that had failed to split open.

    Wildfire

  • Even on the near side of winter there were treasures to be found, seeds clinging to dried flowerheads of fennel, dill, and anise, and lousewort with a few seedcases that had failed to split open.

    Wildfire

  • Even on the near side of winter there were treasures to be found, seeds clinging to dried flowerheads of fennel, dill, and anise, and lousewort with a few seedcases that had failed to split open.

    Wildfire

  • I had no idea they were so versatile for crafting – amazing what you have done with the leaves, stalks, and flowerheads. what a great post!

    Lambs Ear Love « Fairegarden

  • Purple loosestrife is rearing its ugly flowerheads across the length and breadth of the Maine roadside scene, invasive alien that it is.

    Marginally better

  • It was the sort of day when joe-pye weed had grown seven feet tall and its autumnal metallic flowerheads suddenly opened and glittered in the sun, looking for all the world like frost early of a morning.

    Cold Mountain

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