five-lobed


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Adj.1.five-lobed - having five lobes
many-sided, multilateral - having many parts or sides
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Vitex latifolia With a reputation for being tough and trouble-free, this great border plant has glossy, green, five-lobed leaves.
Abu'l Hasan captured the five-lobed leaves, whose horizontal orientation accounts for the legendary shade of the tree.
In 1830, Don established the tribe Stifftieae characterized by bisexual florets with tubular five-lobed corollas, stamens inserted in the corolla throat, with caudate anthers and separate and recurved style branches.
The tendrils grow near the fruit and the leaves appear five-lobed.
Reproduced from an original Chinese piece is the company's new cachepot, which features orange and gold bats -- which symbolize the Wufu, or longevity comprised of health, wealth and virtue -- on the exterior of the five-lobed vessel.
The showy stickseed has a beautiful, five-lobed, white flower and is known from only one location in Chelan County on U.
In a description of a plant that serves as an amulet against the evil eye, Schonig states that the leaves are five-lobed, thereby representing the "hand" (pp.
The many potentillas are nicknamed cinquefoil from the five-lobed leaves of many species.
Dozens of varieties are available with giant five-lobed star flowers, up to 8 inches across, in red, pink, yellow, orange or white.
3F): Biramous; protopod five-lobed, endites with 8, 3, 3, 3, 3 setae; endopod four-segmented with 2, 2, 2, 3 setae; exopod with five plumose setae.
The hairless five-lobed leaves look very like an acer.
A perennial herb in the borage family (Boraginaceae) family, the showy stickseed has large, white, five-lobed flowers, making it an eye-catching attraction for those people fortunate enough to see it in bloom.