Flowers white or whitish, whorled at the joints, forming an interrupted raceme.
Turbinate: Shaped like a whipping-top; whorled from a broad base to an apex.
The cells composing the whorled filaments are beaded or moniliform, and are prolonged into colourless hair-like points.
In the case of the dandelion, a rosette or whorled cluster of leaves is found.
Prostrate herbs, with whorled leaves and small whitish axillary flowers without petals, in summer.
On the other hand, the whorled character of the core can hardly fail to be recognised.
Leaves mostly opposite; flowers axillary or whorled; petals crumpled, or none.
Its fragrant little yellow flowers are in whorled, axillary cymes, each cluster having from six to eight blossoms.
Herbs, with perfect flowers and alternate or opposite or whorled entire leaves.
Submerged aquatics, with whorled, finely dissected leaves and inconspicuous flowers with neither calyx nor corolla.
whorled (wôrld, wûrld)
Having, arranged in, or forming whorls or a whorl.