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1follaje masculinebefore noun a foliage plant — una planta decorativa
- Fresh grass broke through the dead foliage, and bright green buds hung on the branches.
- The foliage is a bluish green while the flowers open white, with a mass of yellow stamens.
- The trees that flowered began to shed their foliage in December and were completely bare by January.
- He added that the council may be able to plant foliage to make the rocks look better.
- There is also a plan to arrange signs attractively and plant more foliage along the beach.
- Snowdrops are best moved just after flowering when there is still plenty of green foliage.
- He's seen roses with good flowers but bad foliage, good foliage but bad flowers.
- Virginiles already have adult foliage and a taproot, but lack generative organs.
- Martin cleverly used foliage plants that complemented and harmonised with the bronze.
- Spent flower stems can be removed as well as dead leaves but leave healthy foliage to die back naturally.
- Wherever there was green foliage, be it trees or flowers, Sahara heard singing and talking.
- For most of the year, it's a small, unassuming plant, with rounded, evergreen foliage.
- To avoid plain green foliage syndrome it is worth experimenting with varied foliage plants.
- As the direct methods only relate to foliage, they are the only ones giving real access to leaf area index.
- A good basis is the guideline developed for nutrient analysis in tree foliage.
- The foliage, some based on plants seen in the botanical gardens, some imagined, is amazing.
- Lots of the plants had scented foliage and gave off a lovely perfume as we walked among them.
- The green foliage bent deep towards the ground, out of respect for the snow.
- At the centre of each flower are grey-blue stamen and the plant forms a compact mass of foliage and flowers.
- The intermediate states were characterized by nodes associated with foliage leaves.
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