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Ground wheat or other cereal seeds: Whole-wheat flour is recommended as more wholesome for one's health.
A blossom: A flower from a rosebush can impress people in many ways.
Flowers have more scents than people.
Can you believe that there is such a thing as flower flour or what is also known as "ground-grain blossoms"?
flower (s) (noun)
, flowers (pl)
1. A plant that is cultivated or appreciated for its blossoms.
2. The colored part of a plant from which the plant’s fruit develops and which is often made up of many petals.
3. Blossoms and their stems that have been removed from plants; such as, a bunch or bouquet of flowers: "He gave his wife a big bunch of flowers in celebration of their wedding anniversary."
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floral clock, flower clock
A large decorative clock composed of flowers which are set into a flower bed in a park or in some other public recreation area.
Most flower clocks have the clock mechanism set in the ground under the flowerbed, which are then planted to visually appear as a clock face with moving arms (also holding plants).
flower of something
The flower of something usually refers to the best part or best example of something: "So many men were killed in the flower of their youth during the battle."
When plants are in flower, the blossoms are growing on them: "The garden looked beautiful with all of the tulips that were in flower.
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, flowers (pl) (nouns)
Those parts of flowering plants which are the sexual reproductive units that produce and contain the sex cells (gametes) of plants.
Flowers also attract pollinators (birds, insects, etc.) which carry off pollen from the stamen and fertilize other flowers of the same or other plants.
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Bees and Flower
It appears that there are two honey bees getting nectar from a special flower.