green rosette

green rosette

[¦grēn rō′zet]
(plant pathology)
A virus disease of the peanut characterized by bunching and yellowing of the leaves with severe stunting of the plant.
References in classic literature ?
There were large green rosettes upon her little pointed shoes.
Edward Short, the party's deputy leader from 1972 to 1976, wore a green rosette in his Newcastle Central constituency.
Another who had been popular with the show judges was a son of Commanche Run offered from Little Lodge Farm (lot 95), who went through the ring sporting a green rosette for finishing fourth in the four-year-old geldings class.
Good options include 'Tat Soi'', a small green rosette type of pak choi, while 'Giant Red'', a type of mustard, adds a spicy tang to salads.
Good options include 'Tat Soi', a small green rosette type of pak choi, while 'Giant Red', a type of mustard, adds a spicy tang to salads.
The next year up would come large green rosettes and, the year astonished gardeners would be greeted by a jungle of sharp, The next year up would come large green rosettes and, the year after, astonished gardeners would be greeted by a jungle of sharp, silvery flowers.
In general, they formed green rosettes but, as the official description states, often "spotted, streaked, or diffused with dark purple especially toward the base".
A very limited number of excellent clintonite specimens, with sharp, lustrous, intensely green rosettes to 1.5 cm, have been found to the east of Green Monster Mountain's igneous plug.
When the front door swung open to foyer and living room, one was immediately overpowered by orange wallpaper covered in big, busy flowers and a dropped swag valance holding sheers with pink and green rosettes. After that was white.
arachnoideum has gray green rosettes crisscrossed with filaments resembling cobwebs (the plants common name is cobweb houseleek); bright red flowers are borne on 4- to 6-inch stems.
Greenii (pictured) - neat green rosettes of red-tipped leaves
Cut off the flower stems after flowering and you will be left with neat, green rosettes.