Fastigiate

• (a.) Alt. of Fastigiated
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fastigiate

adjective having clusters of erect branches (often appearing to form a single column)
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Fastigiate

A term used to describe a narrow, columnar form of a tree or shrub
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Fastigiate

A tree’s growth habit where the branches of the plant are erect and parallel to the trunk.
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Fastigiate

A tree’s growth habit where the branches of the plant are erect and parallel to the trunk.
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Fastigiate

clustered, parallel and erect, having a broom-like appearance
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Fastigiate

clustered, parallel and erect, having a broom-like appearance
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fastigiate

having parallel, massed upright branches (of lichen cortex, made up of parallel hyphae at right angles to axis of thallus).
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fastigiate

parallel, clustered and erect, e.g. the arrangement of branches in the Lombardy Poplar.
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fastigiate

pointed; conical
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fastigiate

[adj] - (botany) having clusters of erect branches (often appearing to form a single column)
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