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Referring to a heart-shaped leaf, where the stalk (petiole) is attached to the point of the heart.
A leaf that's wider at the top than the bottom.
An elongated leaf, with broad parallel sides and tapering quickly to a broad point.
An oblong-shaped leaf that's almost as long as it is wide, and has a round appearance.
An oblong leaf, with sides that curve in at either end.
A leaf shaped like a teardrop, with the stem or stalk attached to the tapering point.
Used to refer to a leaf that has a blunt, rounded end or tip.
A physiological condition resulting from the build-up of moisture. Symptoms are brown, corky spots on leaves. It isn't contagious, but it's often mistaken for galls.
A shoot or plantlet produced at the base of a mature plant, which may be used for propagation.