Flowers greenish-yellow, hermaphrodite, arranged in corymbose terminal cymes.
The flowers are hermaphrodites and are borne in more or less dense, corymbose clusters.
corymbose, in corymbs, approaching the form of a corymb, or branched in that way.
Heads discoid, 15–many-flowered, in corymbose cymes; flowers perfect.
The flowers are white or red, large, borne in corymbose clusters, and produced in great profusion during June and July.
The flowers are individually large and corymbose, and are succeeded by small green fruit.
This is a robust species about a yard high, with large lanceolate leaves, and small, rosy-red flowers arranged in corymbose heads.