A tree of natural size supported by its own stem, and not dwarfed by grafting on the stock of a smaller species nor trained upon a wall or trellis.
Not supported by, or fastened to, a wall; as, standard fruit trees.
Not of the dwarf kind; as, a standard pear tree.
see Tree Rose
A plant which does not normally grow as a tree but is trained into a tree-like form.
1. A small tree commonly produced by grafting a weeping or dwarf form on a trunk of the desired height. 2. The erect petals of an iris flower, as opposed to the broader and often drooping falls petals. 3. The upper, more or less erect petals of a pea-like flower which consists of three types of petals: standard, wings and keel.
A plant, eg fuchsia, that is trained to grow a single stem for one or more feet in height before being allowed tor branch out and form leaves and flowers.
Upper perianth segments of iris flower. Tree or shrub trained to form a round head of branches at the top of a clear stem.
can mean: a herb or shrub grown with an erect main stem to resemble a tree in form, a fruit tree grafted on a stock that will not induce dwarfing, the large upper petal of a legume flower, or one of the three incurved petals of an iris flower.
a plant that is grown on a long stem that has no shoots or growth on it except at the top
a tree or shrub grown on a single stem from which the side branches have been removed
a woody plant trained to a long, single stem
The top-most petal often with 2-lobes making it appear to be 2 petals instead of one.
Vexillum standard, adj. Estandarte The inner perianth segments of an iris flower, often held erect.
(= vexillum): the posterior petal in the flower in Fabaceae and Caesalpiniaceae.
A tree or shrub grown are trained with a single stem up to 6' below the branching head
A plant that is trained, through pruning or staking, to the form of a tree.
A plant or tree with a clear length of stem or trunk below the branches. Climbers can also be grown as standards. (Half-standards have approx 1 m. of clear stem, full standards 1.5-2.0m.)
The upper, usually erect and recurved petal in Pea family flowers, also called the banner.
A shrub or herb grown with an erect main stem so that it forms or resembles a tree.
The upright large petal of the legume flower.