Lying flat on the ground.
With very short hairs; minutely pubescent.
With translucent or colored dots or depressions.
An inflorescence with flowers borne on pedicels of equal length, and arranged on an elongated axis.
The axis of a compound leaf.
A row; 2-ranked meaning in 2 rows.
Curved backward or downward.
Bent sharply backward.
Kidney-shaped and broader than long.
With a slightly uneven and somewhat sinuate margin.
Arranged as in a network.
Turned backward or downward.
With a shallow notch at a rounded apex.
Rolled backward from the edge.
A horizontal underground stem, usually rooting at the nodes and becoming erect at the apex.
A cluster of prostrate leaves having a radially symmetrical arrangement.
Bearing a beak.
Sharply pinnatifid or incised, the lobes or segments turned backward.
Shaped like an arrowhead, the basal lobes pointing downward.
A winged fruit, a key.
Rough to the touch when rubbed in at least one direction.
A small, rudimentary leaf.
Thin, dry, and translucent, not green.
Covered with small bran-like scales.
One of the parts of a cleft or divided blade.
With sharp teeth pointing forward.
Finely serrate, the teeth small and shallow.
Without a petiole or stalk.
The tubular lower part of a leaf enclosing the stem.
Enclosing as by a sheath.
A low woody growth which usually branches near the base; a bush.
With a strongly wavy margin.
The space between two lobes of a blade.
Spatula-shaped or spoon-shaped.
A sharp outgrowth from the stem.
With small, sharp spines.
(Of pubescence) The hairs erect, suberect, or ascending.
Short stubby branches with greatly crowded leaf scars and very slow growth.
The unexpanded, basal part of a leaflet.
(Of pubescence) With three or more radiating branches from the ends of the hairs.
Very small leaf stalks of certain conifers.
One of a pair of appendages at the base of a petiole, often adnate to it.
Small marks or lines left by deciduous stipules.
A runner, or any basal branch that roots at the nodes.
Marked with fine longitudinal lines.
With appressed or ascending stiff hairs.
Acutish, somewhat acute.
Said of extra buds which appear above the true axillary buds; usually flower buds.
Gradually becoming smaller in diameter or width toward one end.
A long, slender, coiling structure serving as the organ of attachment in some climbing plants.
Circular in cross section.
Applied to the end bud beyond which no further growth takes place normally until the following season.
Divided into three segments; 3-foliate.
A stiff, woody sharp-pointed structure which represents a modified branch.
Densely pubescent with soft, matted hairs.
Ending abruptly as if cut off transversely.
A thick, short, underground branch or part of a branch, with many buds.
Umbel, An inflorescence with the flowers arising at the same point.
A small scar on the apophysis of a cone scale of a conifer.
Without thorns, spines, or prickles.
With a wavy margin; repand.
Said of buds in which the scales merely meet at the edges without overlapping.
One of the parts into which a capsule splits.
With three or more leaves at a node; whorled.
With long, soft hairs, not matted together.
A group of three or more similar leaves arising from a node.
(Of stems, petioles, or rachises) Flattened structures projecting out along the sides.