The stamens are indefinite, and are inserted below the pistil (hypogynous).
hypogynous, inserted on the receptacle under the pistil or gynœcium.
Petals usually present, as many, but mostly small or rudimentary, hypogynous.
Glandular-haired scapose marsh herbs, with regular 5-merous hypogynous flowers.
The disk is hypogynous with five nectariferous glands which are alternate with the stamens.
Notice the remarkably long squamul or hypogynous scales, which here nearly equal the glume in length.
Stamens indefinite on an hypogynous disk, not covered in the bud.
This arrangement is known as hypogynous, the other series (calyx, corolla and stamens) being beneath (hypo-) the gynoecium.
Having the floral parts, such as sepals, petals, and stamens, borne on the receptacle beneath the ovary. Compare epigynous, perigynous.