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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Plants, Gardening, Biology
foliagefo‧li‧age /ˈfəʊli-ɪdʒ $ ˈfoʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  HBPDLGthe leaves of a plant dark green foliage
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foliageA hare squats amongst foliage, in a scene which is enclosed by a roundel supported by two conventionally interlaced guilloche squares.To listen to bird-songs, and identify foliage.It is almost completely obscured by the tree which surrounds it and hides the light under its foliage.Presently, there was a lightening of foliage and I thought, almost disappointedly, all that panic for nothing.They have bloomed well, but now the foliage is yellowing and they need pruning.You should find that with regular watering and feeding until the foliage dies down naturally the situation will improve next year.Here the doves soared up to a tree through whose foliage came a bright yellow gleam.
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