adjanemophilousof flowering plants (especially grasses etc) that are pollinated by the wind
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
anemophilousWind-loving: said of flowers which are dependent upon the wind for conveying the pollen to the stigma in fertilization. Anemophilous flowers, as a rule, are small, uncolored, and inconspicuous, and do not secrete honey, but produce a great abundance of pollen. The flowers of the grasses, sedges, pine-trees, etc., are examples.
I have lately had occasion to look over again your discussion on anemophilous plants, and I have again felt much admiration at your work.
"More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II" by Charles Darwin