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A leaf that's kidney shaped. Usually attached to the petiole or leaf stalk at the middle of the inward curve of the leaf.
A tube-shaped covering that surrounds part of a plant. The basal part of a grass leaf that encloses the stem.
The female part of a flower's reproductive organ that connects the ovary and the stigma. It's usually long and slender in shape. See Pistil.
A leaf that has a very long tapering point. It's sometimes referred to as awl shaped.
A term used when sepals and petals are indistinguishable from one another, because they are similar in size, shape and colour.
A leaf that's shaped like the point of a spear, with broad, pointed lobes at the base on either side of the leaf stalk or stem.
A leaf divided into many lobes of the same shape, which usually emanate from one point at the end of a leaf stalk or petiole.
A leaf that's shaped like an arrowhead, so has a distinct pointed tip. It also has pointed lobes, which extend either side of the point of attachment to the petiole or leaf stalk.
Thuja emerald is now about 8 ft tall, wondering if I can cut in and do a topiary design , and when would be a safe time to do it ? don't want to kill it but bored with the shape !
Earlier in the season I had this vine growing by itself with sky-blue flowers like a previous Ipomoea, but with star-shaped blooms (not round) and foliage at times lobate (and not heart-shaped like those of the morning glory). The fruit looked