broad-leaved broad-leaved


  • (adj) having relatively broad rather than needlelike or scalelike leaves



  1. It also damaged a few broad-leaved trees.
  2. It did kill broad-leaved plants like bindweed.
  3. The new favorite is the white-flowering ramson, also called broad-leaved garlic because of its pungent odor.


  • ‘Safer’ slug bait not so much for dogs

    Garden writer Ciscoe Morris warns against iron-phosphate slug bait, as it’s harmful to dogs, and also against vigorous summer pruning of broad-leaved evergreens — you’ll likely kill them.
    on August 22, 2013     Source: Seattle Times

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