With projection or divisions.
Main rib of normal lleaf running from base to apex.
Ending in an abrupt, fine, slender tip.
The places on the stems that normally bear leaves.
Lanceolate in outline but with the broadest part toward the apex.
Longer than broad and with nearly parallel sides.
Ovate in outline butwith hte broadest portion toward the apex.
Shaped like a pyramid with the broad end uppermost.
Blunt or rounded at the tip.
A tubular sheath present on the stem just above the base of the leaves of docks and smartweeds. It is…
Coming off opposite each other at the same level on the axis.
Circular or round.
The basal portion of the pistil in which the seeds or ovules are bourne.
Having an outline like that of an egg, with the broadest part downward.
An irregularly compund flower cluster with stalked flowers.
A stalk of a single flower.
Petiole attached notat margin of leaf but in the middle of the lower surface.
The calyx and corolla taken together.
A member of the inner circle of flower parts; often colored and showy.
The stalk of a leaf.
The seed-bearing part of a flower.
Covered with hairs, often short and downy.
With small dots, whichcanoften be seen only with a lens.
A flower cluster with the flowers stalked and comming off a commonand more or less elongated axis.
With a network like surface.
Appearing as if rolled back from the margins.
With the leaves clustered symmetrically around the base of the stem or scape.
Like an arrowhead, with the lobes turned downward.
A member of the outermost circle of flower parts.
Toothed like a saw.
A cleft or recess between two lobes.
Leaf-like structure more or less enclosing a fleshy inflorescence, particularly in the Araceae.
Pertains to shape.
A flower cluster with flowers sessile along a common more or less elongated axis.
A hollow sac-like or tubular extension of some part of a flower.
The pollen bearing organ of the flower.
The sticky portion of the pistil, usually terminal, upon which the pollen is deposited.
An appendage at the base of the petiole of a leaf; normally occuring in pairs.
Somewhat heart shaped.
Shaped like an awl.
Ending abruptly as if cut off.
An enlarged, persistent style base often found on the summit of the fruits of sedges.
Top shaped or conical with the broad end uppermost.
A type of flat topped flower cluster.
With a wavy margin.
An arrangement of leaves or other parts in which they cme off several at the same level around the stem.
A shrub with leaves with expanded blades.
Long needles an two to several fascicles.
A shrub with leaves that are short needles, arranged in two ranks along twig, or sometimes appressed…
Stems weakly arching; leaves lanceolate; flowers showy purplish.
Leaves remotely toothed, acumnate at apex; flowers appearing before the leaves.
Leaves with small, orange wax glands on te lower surface when examined with lens; leaves usually prominently…
Leaves, at least the younger onces, densely hairy or wooly beneath.
Leaves silvery beneath.
Fruit oval, longer than broad; leaves mostly over 6cm.
Fruit globose, about as long as broad; leaves mostly less than 5 cm.
Leaves usually with a few remote teeth above the middle or at least bristle-tipped; fruit a red or black…