[ flou-er-er ]

  1. a plant that flowers at a specific time or in a certain manner.

Origin of flowerer

First recorded in 1850–55; flower + -er1

Words Nearby flowerer

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How to use flowerer in a sentence

  • Madame Isaac Pereire another Bourbon; it is a quick grower and most abundant flowerer, the flowers are bright rose crimson.

    Small Gardens | Violet Purton Biddle
  • Rosa Bengal, or Yellow-tea, is a very free flowerer, the shape of the flower is more like No. 8.

  • It is highly valued, and said to be more rapid in growth than any other variety, and likewise a profuse flowerer.

  • He tells me it is a very free flowerer, and has a lovely scent.

    Antony Gray,--Gardener | Leslie Moore

British Dictionary definitions for flowerer


/ (ˈflaʊərə) /

  1. a plant that flowers at a specified time or in a specified way: a late flowerer

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