hairy leaves

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  • Its many branches are covered in hairy leaves each less than a centimeter long.
  • It has many soft, flat, somewhat hairy leaves which often have prominent ribs.
  • The pointed, hairy leaves are no more than long.
  • The hairy leaves distinguish them from other members of the genus.
  • It has bright red but small and obscure flowers, and very soft, deeply divided, hairy leaves.
  • The hairy leaves are large and dark green.
  • This plant has a low-lying rosette of hairy leaves each a few centimeters long.
  • The hairy leaves have saw toothed edges and can be up to long and wide.
  • G. herbaceum has high stems that grow to high with wide, hairy leaves.
  • They have hairy leaves and sprays of blue flowers in Spring.
  • Most of the densely hairy leaves are clustered around the base of the plant.
  • Its yellow flowers, its tall flower stalk, the thick, hairy leaves -- all these are its charms. Cited from Library of Work and Play: Gardening and Farming, by Ellen Eddy Shaw
  • It is said that these same hairy leaves were used as wicks by the ancients. Cited from Library of Work and Play: Gardening and Farming, by Ellen Eddy Shaw
  • Another handsome, small-flowered species, of dwarf growth, and having hairy leaves. Cited from Hardy Ornamental Flowering Trees and Shrubs, by A. D. Webster
  • There are narrow, hairy leaves around the stem bases and a few higher on the stems.
  • B. Lagopus is a variable species and can have large and very hairy leaves, and in other regions it has small leaves.
  • It has slightly hairy leaves and light blue to violet flowers, often with a lighter centre, which are in diameter.
  • This plant grows in low clumps and has small, thick, gray-green hairy leaves often tinted with purple.
  • Growing tall by broad, it is a cormous perennial with hairy leaves long.
  • This strain has purple stem, green non-hairy leaves.
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