[flaw-rif-er-uh s, floh-]
- producing blossoms; flower-bearing.
Origin of floriferous
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Examples from the Web for floriferous
These are very hardy and floriferous, and succeed in almost all soils.ABC of Gardening
Eben Eugene Rexford
This is one of the hardiest, most floriferous, and easily managed of the family.Hardy Ornamental Flowering Trees and Shrubs
A. D. Webster
It grows nearly a foot high in some soils, but in a poor compost it is more dwarf and floriferous.
A distinct and pretty herbaceous perennial, very hardy and floriferous.
The lady was sitting up with her floriferous hat in her lap, shockingly neglected.The War in the Air
Herbert George Wells
- bearing or capable of bearing many flowers
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