fine-leafed


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Adj.1.fine-leafed - having fine leaves
leafy - having or covered with leaves; "leafy trees"; "leafy vegetables"
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For years I have told gardeners to never underestimate the power of adding fine-leafed texture grasses to the flower border.
They're underplanted with fine-leafed sheep fescue (Festuca filiformis) and 'Yellow Wave' phormiums.
It should perform well in geographic regions where the species is adapted, both as a monoculture and in blends with other elite Kentucky bluegrasses and in mixtures with improved dark-green fine-leafed rescues (Festuca spp.
The fine-leafed textures counter the hardscape's linear form and slick surfaces.
Strawberry grower Mike Conroy said he was focusing on the good news that none of the fine-leafed plants lining his 90-acre strawberry farm were under water.
PHOTO : An assortment from the mint collection: (top to bottom) solid-green orange mint, variegated pineapple mint, fine-leafed Corsican mint, and peppermint.
Strawberry grower Mike Conroy said he is focusing on the good news that none of the fine-leafed plants lining his 90-acre strawberry farm are underwater.
Because her garden is so tiny, she chose fine-leafed plants such as Japanese maple, sweet flag, and weeping bamboo, with just a hint of broader leaves for contrast.
The celadon pot holds a small Aloe plicatilis, cascading Graptopetalum paraguayense, and a fine-leafed Sedum rupestre 'Blue Spruce'.
It should also perform well in mixtures with newer improved fine-leafed fescues (Festuca spp.