c. 1400, flourette, "a little flower, a bud," from Old French florete "little flower," also the name of a cheap silk material, diminutive of flor "flower, blossom" (see flower (n.)). Botany sense "small flower in a cluster" is from 1670s.
1. Snapdragons , calceolaria and larkspur will drop their floret rapidly.
2. Floret few people in the room quietly waiting for news.
3. Xinjiang ethnic costumes, hats floret in Xinjiang, the Xinjiang nuts.
新疆民族服饰, 新疆小花帽, 新疆干果.
4. The river rock edge is opening the lovable blue floret.