Small flower, a flower in a flower head or a flower with its bracts.

(In Compositae/Asteraceae) a single flower;

(In Gramineae/Poaceae), the flower plus its bracts (lemma and palea).

Botanical tern1 referring to a single small flower from a cluster.

A very small flower, especially one of the disk flowers of plants in the Composite family.

A diminutive flower (only used when several flowers are in the same head).

A single, small flower.

A small flower, especially in the flower-head of members of the Daisy and related families; or the individual tiny flower in Grasses, Sedges and Rushes.

A single, small flower in a head or cluster of many, as in a delphinium or cluster flowered rose.

Individual flowers, very small flowers that make up a very crowded form of inflorescence.

A very small flower, one of a cluster, as in the Compositae and Gramineae families.

A single flower, used of flowers that are mostly small and aggregated into a large, dense inflorescence or partial inflorescence—for example, hydrangeas. Flower The organ of reproduction of the flowering plants, basic in determining to what genus and species the plant belongs. They are normally composed of three parts: the calyx, the corolla, and the sexual organs proper, the male stamens and the female carpels. Not all may be present in any given flower (Clematis, for instance has no petals), and they may be, as in orchids or cannas, modified into the most fantastic forms.