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Synonyms for fine-leafed

having fine leaves


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Because her garden is so tiny, she chose fine-leafed plants such as Japanese maple, sweet flag, and weeping bamboo, with just a hint of broader leaves for contrast.
The celadon pot holds a small Aloe plicatilis, cascading Graptopetalum paraguayense, and a fine-leafed Sedum rupestre 'Blue Spruce'.
For fine-leafed herbs such as oregano and thyme, remove foliage from stems and spread the leaves on a clean window screen set in a warm, dry, airy place away from direct sun.
For example, hostas with big, blue oval leaves really shine above mounding, fine-leafed grasses such as 'Frosty Curls' New Zealand hair sedge or 'Elijah Blue' fescue.
Plants with bold forms contrast with fine-leafed foliage in raised planters that step down to the sidewalk on both sides of the driveway.
I also add a fine-leafed variegated ivy, which I leave long so it trails along the water," she says.
It's a fine-leafed gray-green perennial with chartreuse flower bracts that hold for months in summer; cut back when spent.