Cespitose

Ces'pi·tose` adjective [ Latin caespes turf.] (Botany) Having the form a piece of turf, i. e. , many stems from one rootstock or from many entangled rootstocks or roots. [ Written also cæspitose .]
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cespitose

Growing in tufts or clumps, matted. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Cespitose

• (a.) Having the form a piece of turf, i. e., many stems from one rootstock or from many entangled rootstocks or roots.
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Cespitose

having a densely clumped, tufted or cushion-like growth form with the flowers extending above the clump
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Cespitose

Growing in tufts or dense clumps.
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Cespitose

Matted; growing in tufts; in little dense clumps; said of low plants that make tufts or turf of their basal growths.
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Cespitose

having a densely clumped, tufted or cushion-like growth form with the flowers extending above the clump
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