erect peduncle

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  • The inflorescence produces one to many flower heads on a very long, erect peduncle.
  • The inflorescence produces one to three flower heads extended on a tall, erect peduncle.
  • The branching inflorescence arises on a slender, erect peduncle up to half a meter tall bearing many flowers.
  • The inflorescence bears several flower heads on erect peduncles, each lined with a base of hairy, pointed phyllaries.
  • The inflorescence is a single showy flower borne on a short, erect peduncle.
  • The inflorescence bears one or more flower heads on long erect peduncles, each lined with hairy, glandular phyllaries.
  • The inflorescence bears flower heads on a tall, erect peduncle.
  • It is a panicle of flowers on a long, erect peduncle.
  • The inflorescence is a solitary flower head atop a tall, erect peduncle.
  • The inflorescence is borne on an erect peduncle, the flower head containing up to 70 yellow ray florets.
  • The inflorescence arises on an erect peduncle, bearing many tiny white to pink flowers in a headlike cluster.
  • This species is quite similar to Cerastium arvense, but it may be distinguished by the erect peduncles bearing the ripe fruits.
  • The inflorescence is a solitary daisylike flower head in diameter, on a tall, erect peduncle.
  • It is a raceme of flowers on a long, erect peduncle with hairy, glandular branches.
  • The inflorescence is a solitary flower head atop an erect peduncle.
  • It produces many inflorescences which are spikelike clusters of flowers arising on erect peduncles up to 10 centimeters tall.
  • The inflorescence arises on an erect peduncle up to 20 centimeters tall.
  • The inflorescence arises on a stout, erect peduncle with a few stubby bracts midway up.
  • The inflorescence arises on a hairy, erect peduncle bearing white-petaled flowers and reproductive bulbils.
  • The inflorescence is borne on a woolly, erect peduncle up to 11 centimeters tall.