t. 260; but this mode of insertion is rare.
Gemmaceus, growing out of a leaf-bud, as the Barberry, Berberis vulgaris, Engl. Bot. t. 49.
Lateralis, lateral, when situated on the side of a stem or branch, as Erica vagans, t. 3.
Aggregati Pedunculi, clustered flower-stalks, when several grow together, as in Verbascum nigrum, t. 59.
Uniflori, biflori, triflori, &c. bearing one, two, three, or more flowers, of which examples are needless.