grasslike


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Adj.1.grasslike - resembling grass
grassy - abounding in grass
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I lay upon a close-cropped sward of red grasslike vegetation, and about me stretched a grove of strange and beautiful trees, covered with huge and gorgeous blossoms and filled with brilliant, voiceless birds.
Clusters of tough agave and San Pedro cactus, along with swaths of spiky dasylirions and soft grasslike xanthorrhoeas, ensure that no individual plant gets lost in the shuffle.
Surface-enhanced Raman scattering-based approach for DNA detection at low concentrations via polyvinyl alcohol-protected silver grasslike patterns.
79kg and a grasslike dried substance that weighed 40gm for trading.
Trees, large shrubs, grasses, grasslike plants, and non-flowering plants such as ferns, horsetails, and club-mosses are excluded.
Gardeners must be patient because germination is slow and iffy, especially in warm, dry weather, so always use fresh seed and keep the seed bed moist until the grasslike leaves appear.
Sedge is a grasslike plant that's getting a lot of attention,'' says Pam Penick, author of "Lawn Gone
The foliage is also like crocosmia but very short, about 4ins, and slim, almost grasslike.
culminating in a chorus of serpentines and "oo" circles that have emerged from the grasslike ll's before they [ha]lltt (Poet's Freedom 160).
Grasses, grasslike sedges and many other plants in hot, arid environments have evolved a trick that helps prevent water loss.
Rather than create a paved parking lot, which neighbors fear would take away the home's historic charm, Punches plans to cover parking spaces with a grasslike product that he hopes will be in line with historic preservation requirements.
Occurrence of charming caric sedge (Carex blanda) as the common grasslike plant (Table 1) suggested similarity of this bottomland forest to a pecan-cedar elm-sugarberry forest along a meander of the Brazos River (A.