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plores [plú.ris.] : flowers (n.)
[ Etymology: Spanish: flores: flowers ]

Derivatives of plores

n. (plant)1. flowera plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms.
~ angiosperm, flowering plantplants having seeds in a closed ovary.
~ bloomera flower that blooms in a particular way.; "a night bloomer"
~ paeony, peonyany of numerous plants widely cultivated for their showy single or double red or pink or white flowers.
~ lesser celandine, pilewort, ranunculus ficariaperennial herb native to Europe but naturalized elsewhere having heart-shaped leaves and yellow flowers resembling buttercups; its tuberous roots have been used as a poultice to relieve piles.
~ adonis annua, pheasant's-eyeEurasian herb cultivated for its deep red flowers with dark centers.
~ anemone, windflowerany woodland plant of the genus Anemone grown for its beautiful flowers and whorls of dissected leaves.
~ anemonella thalictroides, rue anemonewoodland flower native to eastern North America having cup-shaped flowers reminiscent of anemone but more delicate.
~ aquilege, aquilegia, columbinea plant of the genus Aquilegia having irregular showy spurred flowers; north temperate regions especially mountains.
~ consolida ambigua, delphinium ajacis, rocket larkspurcommonly cultivated larkspur of southern Europe having unbranched spikelike racemes of blue or sometimes purplish or pinkish flowers; sometime placed in genus Delphinium.
~ delphiniumany plant of the genus Delphinium having palmately divided leaves and showy spikes of variously colored spurred flowers; some contain extremely poisonous substances.
~ nigellaany plant of the genus Nigella.
~ peace lily, spathe flower, spathiphyllumany of various plants of the genus Spathiphyllum having a white or green spathe and a spike of fragrant flowers and often cultivated as an ornamental.
~ arum lily, calla, calla lily, zantedeschia aethiopicaSouth African plant widely cultivated for its showy pure white spathe and yellow spadix.
~ sandwortlow-growing chiefly perennial plant usually with small white flowers suitable for e.g. rock gardens.
~ garden pink, pinkany of various flowers of plants of the genus Dianthus cultivated for their fragrant flowers.
~ babies'-breath, baby's breath, gypsophila paniculatatall plant with small lance-shaped leaves and numerous tiny white or pink flowers.
~ lychnis, catchflymostly perennial herbs with sticky stems that catch insects; widespread in north temperate zone.
~ moehringia lateriflora, sandwortlow-growing herb having clusters of small white four-petaled flowers.
~ moehringia mucosa, sandwortloosely matted plant with moss-like foliage studded with tiny starry four-petaled white blossoms; mountains of central and southern Europe.
~ bouncing bess, bouncing bet, hedge pink, saponaria officinalis, soapwortplant of European origin having pink or white flowers and leaves yielding a detergent when bruised.
~ campion, catchfly, sileneany plant of the genus Silene.
~ cow cockle, cowherb, saponaria vaccaria, vaccaria hispanica, vaccaria pyramidataEuropean annual with pale rose-colored flowers; cultivated flower or self-sown grainfield weed; introduced in North America; sometimes classified as a soapwort.
~ fig marigold, pebble plantany of several South African plants of the genus Mesembryanthemum cultivated for showy pink or white flowers.
~ globe amaranth, gomphrena globosa, bachelor's buttontropical American herb having rose to red or purple flowers that can be dried without losing color.
~ nyctaginia capitata, scarlet musk flowerviscid branched perennial of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico having tuberous roots and deep red flowers.
~ umbrellaworta plant of the genus Mirabilis.
~ four o'clockany of several plants of the genus Mirabilis having flowers that open in late afternoon.
~ portulacaa plant of the genus Portulaca having pink or red or purple or white ephemeral flowers.
~ carolina spring beauty, claytonia carolinianasimilar to Claytonia virginica but having usually pink flowers; eastern North America.
~ clatonia lanceolata, spring beautysmall slender plant having one pair of succulent leaves at the middle of the stem and a loose raceme of white or pink or rose bowl-shaped flowers and an edible corm.
~ claytonia virginica, virginia spring beautysmall cormous perennial grown for its low rosette of succulent foliage and racemes of pink-tinged white flowers; eastern North America.
~ cheiranthus cheiri, erysimum cheiri, wallflowerperennial of southern Europe having clusters of fragrant flowers of all colors especially yellow and orange; often naturalized on old walls or cliffs; sometimes placed in genus Erysimum.
~ prairie rocketany of several western American plants of the genus Cheiranthus having large yellow flowers.
~ wallflowerany of numerous plants of the genus Erysimum having fragrant yellow or orange or brownish flowers.
~ prairie rocketany of several North American plants of the genus Erysimum having large yellow flowers.
~ cheiranthus asperus, erysimum arkansanum, erysimum asperum, western wall flowerbiennial or short-lived perennial prairie rocket having orange-yellow flowers; western North America to Minnesota and Kansas; sometimes placed in genus Cheiranthus.
~ heliophilaany of various South African herbs and subshrubs cultivated for long showy racemes of bright blue flowers with white eyes.
~ damask violet, dame's violet, hesperis matronalis, sweet rocketlong cultivated herb having flowers whose scent is more pronounced in the evening; naturalized throughout Europe to Siberia and into North America.
~ candytuftany of various flowering plants of the genus Iberis cultivated for their showy clusters of white to red or purple flowers; native to Mediterranean region.
~ lobularia maritima, sweet alison, sweet alyssumperennial European plant having clusters of small fragrant usually white flowers; widely grown in gardens.
~ malcolm stock, stockany of various ornamental flowering plants of the genus Malcolmia.
~ malcolmia maritima, virginia stock, virginian stockerect branching herb cultivated for its loose racemes of fragrant white or pink or red or lilac flowers; native to sands and sea cliffs of southwestern Greece and southern Albania.
~ gillyflower, stockany of several Old World plants cultivated for their brightly colored flowers.
~ schizopetalon, schizopetalon walkeria dainty South American annual having deeply pinnatifid leaves and racemes of fringed almond-scented purple-white flowers.
~ poppyannual or biennial or perennial herbs having showy flowers.
~ corydalisa plant of the genus Corydalis with beautiful compound foliage and spurred tubular flowers.
~ glaucium flavum, horn poppy, horned poppy, sea poppy, yellow horned poppyyellow-flowered Eurasian glaucous herb naturalized in along sandy shores in eastern North America.
~ composite plant, compositeconsidered the most highly evolved dicotyledonous plants, characterized by florets arranged in dense heads that resemble single flowers.
~ ageratumany plant of the genus Ageratum having opposite leaves and small heads of blue or white flowers.
~ amberboa moschata, centaurea moschata, sweet sultanAsian plant widely grown for its sweetly fragrant pink flowers; sometimes placed in genus Centaurea.
~ ammobiumany plant of the genus Ammobium having yellow flowers and silvery foliage.
~ african daisyany of several plants of the genus Arctotis having daisylike flowers.
~ arctotis stoechadifolia, arctotis venusta, blue-eyed african daisybushy perennial of South Africa with white or violet flowers; in its native region often clothes entire valley sides in a sheet of color.
~ asterany of various chiefly fall-blooming herbs of the genus Aster with showy daisylike flowers.
~ daisyany of numerous composite plants having flower heads with well-developed ray flowers usually arranged in a single whorl.
~ brachycome iberidifolia, swan river daisywestern Australian annual much cultivated for its flower heads with white or bluish to violet or variegated rays.
~ calendulaany of numerous chiefly annual herbs of the genus Calendula widely cultivated for their yellow or orange flowers; often used for medicinal and culinary purposes.
~ callistephus chinensis, china astervalued for their beautiful flowers in a wide range of clear bright colors; grown primarily for cutting.
~ catanancheany of several plants of the genus Catananche having long-stalked heads of blue or yellow flowers.
~ bachelor's button, bluebottle, centaurea cyanus, cornfloweran annual Eurasian plant cultivated in North America having showy heads of blue or purple or pink or white flowers.
~ centaurea imperialis, sweet sultanperennial of mountains of Iran and Iraq; cultivated for its fragrant rose-pink flowers.
~ chrysanthemumany of numerous perennial Old World herbs having showy brightly colored flower heads of the genera Chrysanthemum, Argyranthemum, Dendranthema, Tanacetum; widely cultivated.
~ ageratum, conoclinium coelestinum, eupatorium coelestinum, mist-flower, mistflowerrhizomatous plant of central and southeastern United States and West Indies having large showy heads of clear blue flowers; sometimes placed in genus Eupatorium.
~ cosmea, cosmosany of various mostly Mexican herbs of the genus Cosmos having radiate heads of variously colored flowers and pinnate leaves; popular fall-blooming annuals.
~ brass buttons, cotula coronopifoliaSouth African herb with golden-yellow globose flower heads; naturalized in moist areas along coast of California; cultivated as an ornamental.
~ billy buttonsany of various plants of the genus Craspedia grown for their downy foliage and globose heads of golden flowers; Australia and New Zealand.
~ dahlia, dahlia pinnataany of several plants of or developed from the species Dahlia pinnata having tuberous roots and showy rayed variously colored flower heads; native to the mountains of Mexico and Central America and Colombia.
~ cape marigold, star of the veldt, sun marigoldany of several South African plants grown for the profusion of usually yellow daisylike flowers and mounds of aromatic foliage.
~ coneflowerany of various perennials of the eastern United States having thick rough leaves and long-stalked showy flowers with drooping rays and a conelike center.
~ blue daisy, blue marguerite, felicia amelloideshairy South African or Australian subshrub that has daisylike flowers with blue rays.
~ felicia bergeriana, kingfisher daisysoftly hairy South African herb having flowers with bright blue rays.
~ filago, cotton rose, cudweedany plant of the genus Filago having capitate clusters of small woolly flower heads.
~ gazaniaany plant of the genus Gazania valued for their showy daisy flowers.
~ african daisyAfrican or Asiatic herbs with daisylike flowers.
~ helianthus, sunflowerany plant of the genus Helianthus having large flower heads with dark disk florets and showy yellow rays.
~ layia platyglossa, tidy tips, tidytipsCalifornia annual having flower heads with yellow rays tipped with white.
~ chrysanthemum leucanthemum, leucanthemum vulgare, marguerite, moon daisy, ox-eyed daisy, white daisy, oxeye daisytall leafy-stemmed Eurasian perennial with white flowers; widely naturalized; often placed in genus Chrysanthemum.
~ lindheimera texana, texas starTexas annual with coarsely pinnatifid leaves; cultivated for its showy radiate yellow flower heads.
~ african daisy, lonas annua, lonas inodora, yellow ageratumshrub of southwestern Mediterranean region having yellow daisylike flowers.
~ cineraria, pericallis cruenta, senecio cruentusherb of Canary Islands widely cultivated for its blue or purple or red or variegated daisylike flowers.
~ florest's cineraria, pericallis hybridaherb derived from Pericallis cruenta and widely cultivated in a variety of profusely flowering forms with florets from white to pink to red or purple or violet or blue.
~ coneflowerany of various plants of the genus Rudbeckia cultivated for their large usually yellow daisies with prominent central cones.
~ white-topped asterherb having corymbose white-rayed flowers with scaly bracts and silky indehiscent fruits.
~ cornflower aster, stokes' aster, stokesia laeviserect perennial of southeastern United States having large heads of usually blue flowers.
~ marigoldany of various tropical American plants of the genus Tagetes widely cultivated for their showy yellow or orange flowers.
~ chrysanthemum coccineum, painted daisy, tanacetum coccineum, pyrethrumspring-flowering garden perennial of Asiatic origin having finely divided aromatic leaves and white to pink-purple flowers; source of an insecticide; sometimes placed in genus Chrysanthemum.
~ mexican sunflower, tithoniaany plant of the genus Tithonia; tall coarse herbs or shrubs of Mexico to Panama having large flower heads resembling sunflowers with yellow disc florets and golden-yellow to orange-scarlet rays.
~ easter daisy, stemless daisy, townsendia exscapadwarf tufted nearly stemless herb having a rosette of woolly leaves and large white-rayed flower heads and bristly achenes; central Canada and United States west to Arizona.
~ ursiniaany of various plants of the genus Ursinia grown for their yellow- or orange- or white-rayed flowers.
~ xeranthemumany plant of the genus Xeranthemum native to southern Europe having chaffy or silvery flower heads with purplish tubular flowers.
~ old maid flower, zinnia, old maidany of various plants of the genus Zinnia cultivated for their variously and brightly colored flower heads.
~ blazing star, mentzelia laevicaulis, mentzelia livicaulisbiennial of southwestern United States having white stems and toothed leaves that is grown for its large pale yellow flowers that open in early morning.
~ bartonia, mentzelia lindleyiannual grown especially for its fragrant golden nocturnal flowers.
~ orchid, orchidaceous plantany of numerous plants of the orchid family usually having flowers of unusual shapes and beautiful colors.
~ cyclamen, cyclamen purpurascensMediterranean plant widely cultivated as a houseplant for its showy dark green leaves splotched with silver and nodding white or pink to reddish flowers with reflexed petals.
~ cyclamen hederifolium, cyclamen neopolitanum, sowbreadcommon wild European cyclamen with pink flowers.
~ shortiaany plant of the genus Shortia; evergreen perennial herbs with smooth leathery basal leaves and showy white solitary flowers.
~ centauryany of various plants of the genus Centaurium.
~ gentianany of various plants of the family Gentianaceae especially the genera Gentiana and Gentianella and Gentianopsis.
~ begoniaany of numerous plants of the genus Begonia grown for their attractive glossy asymmetrical leaves and colorful flowers in usually terminal cymes or racemes.
~ sparaxis tricolor, wandflowera showy often-cultivated plant with tawny yellow often purple-spotted flowers.
~ bessera elegans, coral dropshalf-hardy Mexican herb cultivated for its drooping terminal umbels of showy red-and-white flowers.
~ christmas bellsany of several plants of the genus Blandfordia having large orange or crimson flowers.
~ bellwort, merry bells, wild oatsany of various plants of the genus Uvularia having yellowish drooping bell-shaped flowers.
~ polianthes tuberosa, tuberosea tuberous Mexican herb having grasslike leaves and cultivated for its spikes of highly fragrant lily-like waxy white flowers.
~ commelinaany plant of the genus Commelina.
~ scabiosa, scabiousany of various plants of the genus Scabiosa.
~ lithophragma affine, lithophragma affinis, tellima affinis, woodland starCalifornia perennial herb cultivated for its racemose white flowers with widely spreading petals; sometimes placed in genus Tellima.
~ achimenes, hot water plantany plant of the genus Achimenes having showy bell-shaped flowers that resemble gloxinias.
~ alsobia dianthiflora, episcia dianthiflora, lace-flower vinelow-growing creeping perennial of Central America having deeply fringed white flowers; sometimes placed in genus Episcia.
~ african violet, saintpaulia ionanthatropical African plant cultivated as a houseplant for its violet or white or pink flowers.
~ streptocarpusany of various plants of the genus Streptocarpus having leaves in a basal rosette and flowers like primroses.
~ phacelia, scorpion weed, scorpionweedany plant of the genus Phacelia.
~ snapdragona garden plant of the genus Antirrhinum having showy white or yellow or crimson flowers resembling the face of a dragon.
~ calceolaria, slipperwortany garden plant of the genus Calceolaria having flowers with large inflated slipper-shaped lower lip.
~ gerardiaany plant of the genus Gerardia.
~ butter-and-eggs, devil's flax, linaria vulgaris, toadflax, wild snapdragoncommon European perennial having showy yellow and orange flowers; a naturalized weed in North America.
~ speedwell, veronicaany plant of the genus Veronica.
~ browallia, bush violetany of several herbs of the genus Browallia cultivated for their blue or violet or white flowers.
~ petuniaany of numerous tropical herbs having fluted funnel-shaped flowers.
~ butterfly flower, poor man's orchid, schizanthusany plant of the genus Schizanthus having finely divided leaves and showy variegated flowers.
~ verbena, vervainany of numerous tropical or subtropical American plants of the genus Verbena grown for their showy spikes of variously colored flowers.
~ valeriana plant of the genus Valeriana having lobed or dissected leaves and cymose white or pink flowers.
~ centranthus ruber, french honeysuckle, red valerianEuropean herb with small fragrant crimson or white spurred flowers.
n. (plant)2. bloom, blossom, flowerreproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts.
~ angiosperm, flowering plantplants having seeds in a closed ovary.
~ floret, flowereta diminutive flower (especially one that is part of a composite flower).
~ apetalous flowerflower having no petals.
~ inflorescencethe flowering part of a plant or arrangement of flowers on a stalk.
~ ray floret, ray flowersmall flower with a flat strap-shaped corolla usually occupying the peripheral rings of a composite flower.
~ buda partially opened flower.
~ stamenthe male reproductive organ of a flower.
~ reproductive structurethe parts of a plant involved in its reproduction.
~ pistilthe female ovule-bearing part of a flower composed of ovary and style and stigma.
~ carpela simple pistil or one element of a compound pistil.
~ ovarythe organ that bears the ovules of a flower.
~ floral leafa modified leaf that is part of a flower.
~ chlamys, floral envelope, perianth, perigone, perigoniumcollective term for the outer parts of a flower consisting of the calyx and corolla and enclosing the stamens and pistils.
~ chrysanthemumthe flower of a chrysanthemum plant.
n. (time)3. bloom, blossom, efflorescence, flower, flush, heyday, peak, primethe period of greatest prosperity or productivity.
~ period, period of time, time periodan amount of time.; "a time period of 30 years"; "hastened the period of time of his recovery"; "Picasso's blue period"
~ golden agea time period when some activity or skill was at its peak.; "it was the golden age of cinema"
v. (change)4. bloom, blossom, flowerproduce or yield flowers.; "The cherry tree bloomed"
~ developgrow, progress, unfold, or evolve through a process of evolution, natural growth, differentiation, or a conducive environment.; "A flower developed on the branch"; "The country developed into a mighty superpower"; "The embryo develops into a fetus"; "This situation has developed over a long time"
~ effloresce, burst forthcome into or as if into flower.; "These manifestations effloresced in the past"