erect or decumbent

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  • It is a perennial herb growing erect or decumbent along the ground, its stem long.
  • The plant is a perennial herb growing up to about half a meter long, and erect or decumbent in form.
  • It is an erect or decumbent herb with thin stems growing to in length.
  • It is a perennial herb, producing a stem sometimes exceeding half a meter long, which may take an erect or decumbent form.
  • It is an annual or sometimes biennial herb producing a mostly hairless stem up to half a meter long which may grow erect or decumbent along the ground.
  • The stem grows from a taproot and may grow erect or decumbent.
  • It is an erect or decumbent subshrub less than 1 m tall, and yellow flowers up to 6 mm in diameter.
  • They vary in form, growing erect or decumbent, the stems reaching 15 centimeters to 2 meters long.
  • The culms are usually in small, compressed, glaucous clumps that are either erect or decumbent.
  • The stems grow 20 to 70 centimeters long and may be erect or decumbent.
  • This herb grows from a tough taproot and produces an erect or decumbent stem up to about 22 centimeters long.
  • The sterns are erect or decumbent at the base of the shrub.
  • It grows as an erect or decumbent perennial herb with succulent, stem-like leaves, growing up to 0.8 m in height.
  • This is a hairy erect or decumbent annual herb with a stem growing 10 to 30 centimeters long.
  • Brachypodium firmifolium is a yellowish or glaucous-green perennial grass with slender erect or decumbent culms up to 45 cm high.
  • It is an erect or decumbent succulent perennial growing to tall and wide, with glaucous leaves spotted with purple, and starry white, four-petalled flowers, sometimes tinged with pink, in spring.
  • This rhizomatous herb produces a hairy erect or decumbent stem measuring 5 to 37 centimeters long.
  • Culms are erect or decumbent, with heights ranging from 10-100 cm.
  • In general, Monardella viridis is a perennial herb producing a hairy erect or decumbent stem lined with pairs of oval leaves with woolly undersides.
  • Shoots erect or decumbent, branching, rooting at the nodes.