Sinister Flowers

sin·​is·​ter | \ ˈsi-nə-stər

1 : singularly evil or productive of evil
2 : accompanied by or leading to disaster
3 : presaging ill fortune or trouble
4a : of, relating to, or situated to the left or on the left side of something especially : being or relating to the side of a heraldic shield at the left of the person bearing it b : of ill omen by reason of being on the left
5 archaic : unfavorable, unlucky
6 archaic : fraudulent

flow·​er | \ ˈflau̇(-ə)r

1a : the specialized part of an angiospermous plant that occurs singly or in clusters, possesses whorls of often colorful petals or sepals, and bears the reproductive structures (such as stamens or pistils) involved in the development of seeds and fruit : blossom
b : a cluster of small flowers growing closely together that resembles and is often viewed as a single flower (inflorescence a hydrangea flower)
c : a plant grown or valued for its flowers (planted flowers in the front yard)
d : a cut stem of a plant with its flower (a bouquet of flowers)
2a : the best part or example (the flower of our youth)
b : the finest most vigorous period (wasted the flower of their lives)
c : a state of blooming or flourishing (in full flower)
3 flowers plural : a finely divided powder produced especially by condensation or sublimation (flowers of sulfur)