multistemmed

multistemmed

(ˈmʌltɪˌstɛmd)
adj
(Botany) having two or more stems or trunks
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The champion - a multistemmed giant sequoia - stands within the walled garden at Castlewellan Forest Park in Co Down and is more than 160 years old.
The acai fruit is a multistemmed palm widely distributed in the northern South America.
Illuminate plants that are sitting in the gloom and pick out those with an interesting shape such as a multistemmed shrub.
For multistemmed individuals, we measured diameter on the largest stem and considered multiple stems to be a single individual.
nigra) has a shaggy coat which is quite arresting especially in a multistemmed specimen.
From China, Korea and Japan, Lagerstroemia indica is an often multistemmed, deciduous tree with a wide spreading, flat topped, open habit when mature.
Pokeweed (Phytolacca americana) is a native perennial, herbaceous (dies to the ground in the fall), multistemmed plant growing to 4 feet tall, with white flowers in spring.
Nauclea latifolia Smith (family: Rubiaceae) is a straggling, evergreen, multistemmed shrub or small tree native to tropical Africa and Asia.
It's proving easy to grow in containers and unlike most conifers can be cut back hard by up to two thirds to control height and encourage a multistemmed habit.
Fire evidence was noted using the following 4 categories: burned snags or charred stumps, fire scars on trees, the presence of soil charcoal, and the presence of multistemmed trees.
The group uses a fast pyrolysis process to convert multistemmed eucalyptus trees into biofuel.