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{adj: racemose} having stalked flowers along an elongated stem that continue to open in succession from below as the stem continues to grow
"lilies of the valley are racemose"

{n: Corallorhiza, genus Corallorhiza} genus of leafless root-parasitic orchids having small purplish or yellowish racemose flowers with lobed lips; widely distributed in temperate regions

{n: Hosta, genus Hosta, Funka, genus Funka} robust east Asian clump-forming perennial herbs having racemose flowers: plantain lilies; sometimes placed in family Hostaceae

{n: Indian beech, Pongamia glabra} evergreen Asiatic tree having glossy pinnate leaves and racemose creamy-white scented flowers; used as a shade tree

{n: Jerusalem thorn, horsebean, Parkinsonia aculeata} large shrub or shrubby tree having sharp spines and pinnate leaves with small deciduous leaflets and sweet-scented racemose yellow-orange flowers; grown as ornamentals or hedging or emergency food for livestock; tropical America but naturalized in southern United States

{n: Mandevilla, genus Mandevilla, Dipladenia, genus Dipladenia} genus of tropical South American tuberous perennial woody vines with large racemose flowers and milky sap

{n: Onobrychis, genus Onobrychis} genus of Old World herbs having pinnate leaves and pink or whites racemose flowers followed by flat unjointed pods

{n: Oxytropis, genus Oxytropis} large widely-distributed genus of evergreen shrubs or subshrubs having odd-pinnate leaves and racemose or spicate flowers each having a pea-like corolla with a clawed petal

{n: Phytolaccaceae, family Phytolaccaceae, pokeweed family} chiefly tropical herbaceous plants (including shrubs and trees) with racemose flowers: genera Phytolacca, Agdestis, Ercilla, Rivina, Trichostigma

{n: Psoralea, genus Psoralea} widely distributed genus of herbs or shrubs with glandular compound leaves and spicate or racemose purple or white flowers

{n: Schomburgkia, genus Schomburgkia} genus of tropical American epiphytic orchids with showy racemose flowers

{n: Sidalcea, genus Sidalcea} genus of showy plants of western North America having palmate leaves and variously colored racemose flowers

{n: bicolor lespediza, ezo-yama-hagi, Lespedeza bicolor} Asian shrub having conspicuous racemose rose-purple flowers widely used as an ornamental and in erosion control and as a source of feed for wild birds

{n: bladderpod} any of several hairy North American herbs having yellow racemose flowers and inflated pods

{n: bladderpod} any of several plants of the genus Physaria having racemose yellow flowers and inflated pods

{n: buffalo bur, Solanum rostratum} North American nightshade with prickly foliage and racemose yellow flowers

{n: bush pea} any of various plants of the genus Thermopsis having trifoliate leaves and yellow or purple racemose flowers

{n: dendrobium} a plant of the genus Dendrobium having stems like cane and usually showy racemose flowers

{n: fen orchid, fen orchis, Liparis loeselii} small terrestrial orchid of eastern North America and Europe having two nearly basal leaves and dull yellow-green racemose flowers

{n: genus Reseda} Old World genus of herbs having racemose flowers: mignonette; dyer's rocket

{n: genus Sisymbrium} genus of Old World annual or biennial or perennial herbs with racemose flowers; many are considered to be weeds

{n: leadplant, lead plant, Amorpha canescens} shrub of sandy woodlands and stream banks of western United States having hoary pinnate flowers and dull-colored racemose flowers; thought to indicate the presence of lead ore

{n: pansy orchid} any of various orchids of the genus Miltonia having solitary or loosely racemose showy broadly spreading flowers

{n: peach bells, peach bell, willow bell, Campanula persicifolia} perennial European bellflower with racemose white or blue flowers

{n: prairie mallow, red false mallow, Sphaeralcea coccinea, Malvastrum coccineum} false mallow of western United States having racemose red flowers; sometimes placed in genus Malvastrum

{n: purple cress, Cardamine douglasii} small perennial herb of cooler regions of North America with racemose purple flowers

{n: scilla, squill} an Old World plant of the genus Scilla having narrow basal leaves and pink or blue or white racemose flowers

{n: sobralia} any of various showy orchids of the genus Sobralia having leafy stems and bright-colored solitary or racemose flowers similar to those of genus Cattleya

{n: spring vetchling, spring vetch, Lathyrus vernus} bushy European perennial having nodding racemose violet-blue flowers

{n: thyrse, thyrsus} a dense flower cluster (as of the lilac or horse chestnut) in which the main axis is racemose and the branches are cymose

{n: white mullein, Verbascum lychnitis} densely hairy Eurasian herb with racemose white flowers; naturalized in North America

{n: wild lupine, sundial lupine, Indian beet, old-maid's bonnet, Lupinus perennis} stout perennial of eastern and central North America having palmate leaves and showy racemose blue flowers

{n: woodland star, Lithophragma affine, Lithophragma affinis, Tellima affinis} California perennial herb cultivated for its racemose white flowers with widely spreading petals; sometimes placed in genus Tellima

{n: yellow colicroot, Aletris aurea} colicroot with yellow-bracted racemose flowers; smaller than Aletris farinosa; southeastern United States

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