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He had four hectares of the green-leaved shrub, enough to provide a living for his family of seven.
Hiking areas show different sides of themselves when the trees are full leaved and lovely.
Most rainforest tree species have broad-leaved, evergreen foliage, though a few species are deciduous.
Instead of low-growing, dark-leaved annuals for pots.
Our home used to be a pinkish-taupe, which was a horrible background for yellow- or chartreuse-leaved plants.
It was then a forest of tall, broad-leaved evergreens whose trunks glistened with shiny ribbons of resin.
The festivities all take place in a pavilion beneath towering, golden-leaved poplars.
Trees in broad-leaved forests have wide, flat leaves.
He was seated at his diptych or ancient two-leaved writing-table with inner sides waxed.
Most gray-leaved plants will flourish in hot, dry conditions.
On the other side was the dry, faintly rattling shuffle of the long-leaved eucalyptus that stood by the window facing the street.
The common cattail is widespread and is thought to be a hybrid between the broad-leaved and the narrow-leaved species.

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