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foliage

1. the green leaves of a plant
2. an ornamental leaflike design

foliage

[′fō·lē·ij]
(botany)
The leaves of a plant.
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A dozen or so passes with this tool, and the tree is well foliaged. Figure 1 shows a screen display of ImageStudio with the tools on the panel on the left and the leaves being added to the tree.
CREATE CONTRAST USE herbs, particularly purple and variegated sage, the silver foliaged cotton lavender and sunny golden marjoram, to create a colourful patchwork of plants with aromatic leaves.
lutheri with its large leathery silver funnels, the purple foliaged W.
Apart from being a wonderful and cheap source of exotic foliaged houseplants, easy to grow and care for, the bonus of growing supermarket spices is that you can harvest them.
If you combine white flowers with silver foliaged plants, an elegant and cool mood will result.
It is saidColumbus rested amidst the MadeiraArchipelagoon his way to discover Americaafter thePortuguesehadalready laid claim to it around 1430 when Henry the Navigator had sponsored an expedition to this thickly wooded and abundantly foliaged paradise.
I've seen trees completely clothed--fully foliaged trees--lying on the forest floor, having fallen when there had been no wind, no rain.
A single plant can look fantastic in a container - the other day I used one rich purple-red foliaged plant called festival grass, also known as Cordyline red fountain, in a terracotta pot.
Planted with tuberous begonias, impatiens or other full foliaged plants, the overgrown houseplant becomes the ideal vertical accent.
Even in the very dense shade there are choices, although the more successful plants do tend to be evergreen shrubs with tougher, waxier leaves, rather than more delicately foliaged perennials.
If so, look no further than the dark foliaged "Bishop of Llandaff."