flori-, flor-, flora-, -florous

(Latin: flower; full of flowers, abounding in flowers; flora, plant life, plants of a general region or period)

Plants which are visible to the naked eye.
Small benthic plants ranging in size between macroflora and microflora.
1. Plants that can be seen only under a microscope; bacteria are often considered to be microflora.
2. Living microorganisms that are so small that they can be seen only with a microscope and that maintain a more or less constant presence in a particular area; for example, the pharynx or the rumen and includes bacteria, viruses, protozoa, and fungi.
A reference to a group or colony of microorganisms that are present in a specific, localized location.
1. Any of several plant varieties or hybrids characterized by many single, relatively small flowers, as certain kinds of petunias or roses.
2. A vigorously growing rose plant having clusters of numerous small flowers; used for hedges and as grafting stock.
Having many flowers.
Nihil semper floret; aetas succedit aetati.
Not always will the flowers bloom; season succeeds season. -Cicero.
Flowering or blooming at night.
pauciflorous (adjective), more pauciflorous, most pauciflorous
Having few flowers or seldom producing blossoms.
Having many or an abundance of flowers.
The arrangement of the petals in a flower bud, as to folding, overlapping, etc.
Producing flowers from a rootstock or apparently from a root.
Flowering on branches.
A blossoming or reflowering of a plant after it has apparently stopped blossoming for the season.
Reflowering or coming into bloom again.