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flat plane

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Espaliers
... to grow in a flat plane against a wall, fence, or trellis. The word espalier also may be used to describe the technique of training a plant to this flat plane. A French word ... maintain an espalier, prune all stray branches that grow outward at right angles to the flat surface and those that grow beyond the boundaries of the desired pattern. Pruning and the ...
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Espaliers
... on pictures for larger images.) An old horticulture practice of controlling plant growth in a flat plane against a solid surface is called the art of "espalier." Espalier originated with the Romans ... the maintenance. To maintain an espalier, remove all stray branches that appear vertical to the flat surface and beyond the boundaries of the desired pattern. Pruning and the occasional tying of ...
hort.ifas.ufl.edu

redwood genus description
... description Redwood (Sequoia) Needles are shaped like a double-edged sword, and occur in a flat plane. Fruits are woody cones, made up of thick, wrinkled scales. Bark is reddish-brown, thick ...
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Radio drama review 2002 - DIVERSITY
... sky, dropped the gun, and was spotted at 16,000 ft. by a passing jet plane. Why did he do it? "When I was young my Dad bought me a balloon ... the surface of life and let the underside come out. If even life is a flat plane, the ghastliness gives depth and height. It's a new dimension". (quoted from the Norham ...
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web2-about the dahlia
... and regularly away from the central disc in a single flat plane. The outer edges of these florets may be rounded or pointed. ... ray florets should be equal in shape, size and formation, generally flat, and regularly arranged around the central florets. 3. The blooms ... to create a fringed overall effect. 2. The petals may be flat, involute, revolute, straight, incurving or twisted. (i) Cut Flowers 1. ...
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Dahlia Forms
... disc. Ray florets are broad, generally flat to slightly cupped and evenly spaced in a flat plane. Ray florets are equal or nearly ... bloom will have a single row of flat or slightly cupped ray florets arranged in a flat plane; the ray florets will uniformly overlap, ... The bloom has a single row of flat or slightly cupped ray florets arranged in a flat plane. They uniformly overlap, preferably in the ...
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... /Mignon Single - more than one row of ray florets, not in flat plane(-3 to -10) Serious faults -Collarette - petaloids not flat, petaloids too long (-3 to -10) Serious faults -Orchid -2 or ... -10) Serious faults -Anemone - dome not developed /not pincushioned /not tubular, ray florets not in flat plane(-3 to -10) Serious faults -Peony - florets next to disc not curled/twisted/smaller (-3 ...
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web2-about the dahlia
... and regularly away from the central disc in a single flat plane. The outer edges of these florets may be rounded or pointed. ... ray florets should be equal in shape, size and formation, generally flat, and regularly arranged around the central florets. c. The blooms ... to create a fringed overall effect. b. The petals may be flat, involute, revolute, straight, incurving or twisted. c. The blooms should ...
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Growing Trees
... of pruning and shaping a woody plant, tree or shrub to grow in a single plane, such as against a wall or on a fence. It is very labor intensive and ... form of gardening where fruit and flowering trees are trained into pleasing symmetry in a flat plane. Stretch your garden muscles with this trellising method where less is more - fewer branches, more ...
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Floridata: Chamaedorea radicalis
... cm) in length. About 30 to 40 glossy, deep green leaflets are held in a flat plane along both sides of the leaf stem. These are about 10 - 14 in (25 - 36 ...
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