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broad-leaved

denoting trees other than conifers, most of which have broad rather than needle-shaped leaves
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In winter conifers have little competition other than the leafless broad-leaved trees with attractive bark, such as the paper bark birches, the dazzling white of Betula jacquemonti glittering like an ice maiden against the blue sky on a cold winter's day.
The trees and shrubs are all native broad-leaved plants, which means they will be growing on well into the next century when the children's grandchildren will be able to inspect their handiwork.
Scottish Power sparked angry protests after felling 16 broad-leaved trees - mostly oak, ash and sycamore, up to 200 years old - at Beeslack Wood, in Midlothian.
A multi-purpose lawn treatment with EverGreen Complete will control moss, kill broad-leaved weeds and feed the grass, and regular mowing, but not cutting too short, should maintain a good appearance.
A Biodiversity Action Plan shows the West Midlands has 20 per cent of England's meadows, up to ten per cent of the country's broad-leaved woodland and nine per cent of lowland heathland.
We are planning to carry out replanting with native broad-leaved trees which would be in keeping with the area's landscape.
Broad-leaved woodland contains more globally threatened and rapidly declining species than any other UK habitat.
The resulting broad-leaved carpet reached a height of 8 inches and stayed green for about five weeks.
In the first category are hardwoods, endangered species, and the broad-leaved evergreen overstory; in the second are overstory hardwoods and evergreen understory species; the third includes cone-bearing evergreens; and the fourth consists of ornamentals and palmetto trees.
The first new herbicide to be manufactured at the plant will be sulfentrazone, a new pre-emergent broad-leaved herbicide for the control of weeds in soybeans and sugarcane.
In the last few years however, the threats from the invasive fungi Dutch Elm Disease in combination with Ash Dieback, which cannot currently be eradicated, pose an even more serious threat to the several listed Annex 1 Habitats Directive Fennoscandian wooded meadows, Fennoscandian old broad-leaved deciduous forests, Fennoscandian wooded meadows.
An increase was observed in the production of logs of broad-leaved species, other roundwood of broad-leaved species, stack wood of coniferous species and fuel wood of coniferous species.