in plants occurs after a vegetative growth and covers the transition of the shoot apical meristem into inflorescence meristem.
plants in the forests of Singapore tend to be spatially dispersed and flowering
events are short, sporadic and few, except during times of mass flowering
Using the tomato plant as their model, Lippman and CSHL co-authors, Cora MacAlister, Soon Ju Park and Ke Jiang, show that loss of control of the timing of flowering
, such that the flowering
program turns on too fast, results in production of only a single flower on each branch, rather than the usual 7 to 10.
Apart from the magnitude, duration of flowering
also appeared equally important since more than 70% pods per plant are originated from the first 10 days of flowering
in determinate type and 15 days in indeterminate type of soybean (Yoshida et al., 1983).
A truly architectural plant flowering
now is wild angelica, Angelica sylvestris, growing over 2m high with large umbels of white flowers.
Plant late flowering
Clematis viticella varieties to scramble through spring and summer-flowering shrubs such as phila-delphus and syringa.
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The Netherlands Flower Bulb Information Centre has come up with a list of the hottest and most unusual summer flowering
bulbs which are great as cut flowers too.
Background information on the uses of cut flowers, the different types of permanent flowers, and commonly used flowering
plants for cut flowers is provided in this chapter.
Scientists have crowned the "speediest flowering
plant" on Earth.
Only 13% of the 2,000 men and women interviewed for the survey, for the National Farmers' Union as the Chelsea Flower Show begins, were lucky enough to get a bunch of flowers or a flowering
pot plant even once a year.
They used to be known as montbretia, and these summer - flowering
bulbs produce spikes of vivid yellow, orange or red flowerlets whose petals curve backwards.