parallel-veined

parallel-veined

[′par·ə‚lel ¦vānd]
(botany)
Of a leaf, having the veins parallel, or nearly parallel, to each other.
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Many of the rhizomes are monocots, which means that, like lilies, iris and lily of the valley, their leaves are parallel-veined, usually long and strap-like, and their flowers are in threes or multiples of threes.