-- Said of flowers that arise from the axil of a leaf, as in some
species of Dendrobuim.
-- When the inflorescence arises from the base of the pseudobulb,
as in Lycaste.
-- Said of an inflorescence when the terminal flower opens first,
thus preventing any further elongation of the flower spike.
-- Having flowers in a tight cluster at the top of the flower spike.
-- When the lower flowers open first and the apex of the flower
spike remains vegetative, as in Phalaenopsis.
-- Having a branched inflorescence, as in some Oncidium species.
-- An inflorescence with flowers on short stalks.
-- When there is only one flower per inflorescence.
-- An inflorescence with flowers that are without stems.
-- A general term used to describe all types of inflorescences.
-- When flowers arise from the tip of the growth, as in Cattleya.
-- An inflorescence where the flowers appear to arise at