Having pistils but no stamens: pistillate flowers. (adjective)
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Use "pistillate" in a sentence
"The little flowers that grow out of the cyathium are called pistillate flowers."
"Unlike most modern grapes it is a pistillate female and so needs to be planted next to male vines from a close sibling variety to achieve pollination."
"He has an elogated knob, a staminate blossom, in the center which produces the pollen to fertilize the female or pistillate blossom below."