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Victory Seeds  --  Glossary
... are underground, horizontal stems that produce shoots and roots. From the Greek word rhiza, root. rugose Wrinkled, usually covered with wrinkles, the venation seeming impressed into the surface. Back to Top - S ...
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Key to Arisaemas of Japan
... inside; scape arising above base of petiole 5A. Enlargement at base of spadix-appendage densly wrinkled A. thunbergii 5B. Enlargement at the base of spadix-appendage smooth A. urashima 6A. (1 ... slightly or scarcely thickened, smooth (41) 39B. Spadix-appendage bulbously thickened at apex, smooth or rugose 40A. Spathe-blade elongate, nearly as long as the tubular part, spreading nearly at a ...
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On-Line Glossary: R
... succulent plant tissue as a result of fungal or bacterial infection. (2) roundworm. Nematode. (20) rugose. Wrinkled. (14) russet. Brownish, roughened areas on the skin of fruit as a result of cork ...
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Leaf Terminology (Part 2)
... protuberances. Tuberculate: Bearing tubercles or warty protuberances. Verrucose: About the same as tuberculate Rugose: Wrinkled--typical leaves of the mint family (Lamiaceae) Glabrous: Without hairs of any kind. ... flour-like particles. See Vegetables of the Goosefoot Family (Chenopodiaceae) The characteristic rugose (wrinkled) leaves of Rosa rugosa. The bright orange-red structures are rose hips, ...
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Resplendent Rugosa Roses
... these is their very textured leaves – their name is derived from the Latin word for “wrinkled.” The foliage is very dense, to a point in some varieties that you can barely ... double white, very fragrant flowers (even at night) with yellow stamens. The foliage is very rugose, and it is a very vigorous plant. F. J. Grootendorst, (ARS rating 7.7) – bright ...
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The Rugged Rugosa
... their ruggedness to rugosa DNA. Rich, green foliage: Rugosa is from the Latin word “rugose,” meaning wrinkled. Rugosa leaves are textured with a fine quilting that gives the foliage depth and richness ... hybrid, with tresses of unusually long-lasting red flowers. But its leaves aren't noticeably rugose, there's no fragrance, and it can get blackspot. Cultivation and Use Rugosas like pretty ...
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EBS Switzerland - links and information
... purpurn reddish rötlich rhizome Rhizom rib Rippe ridge Rippe, Kamm, Grat root Wurzel rugose gefurcht, runzelig scabrous rauh, uneben seed Samen seeding Sämling setae Wimpern sheath Scheidenblatt ... dreieckig truncate stumpf tuft Büschel twig Zweig wavy wellig, wellenförmig wedge shaped keilförmig wrinkled runzelig, gefurcht vein Ader, Faser velutinous mit Härchen überdeckt venter Bauch yellowish ...
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untitled Index RU RUGOSE: Referring to a rough or wrinkled surface of a plant part. RUNNER: A horizontally spreading stem that runs above ground and roots at the nodes to form new plants. The stem eventually dies leaving many well-rooted plants surrounding the original one. An example is the Strawberry. Often confused with stolon. Return to the HOME PAGE.
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HOSTA FACTS
... furrowed. Flat surfaces have even and smooth features. A rugose leaf has uneven features such as dimpled, puckered, embossed, ruffled, pleated, wrinkled, and crinkled leaf surfaces. Cupped leaf surfaces are cupped around ...
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The Succulent Plant Page: Glossary of Botanical Terms
... product. Rudimentary - developed only to a primitive or early stage. Rufous - with a reddish colouring. Rugose - wrinkled. Contact webmaster. This page is © copyright R.J. Hodgkiss 2006 Last update: 28th October 2006
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