alternate - these leaves have single blades that grow along a stem or axis in a regular pattern, with each blade growing from the stem at a different point.
catkin - a spike-like flower cluster that bear scaly bracts and petalless, unisexual flowers.
cauline - relating to or growing on a stem.
compound - made up of two or more definable parts.
clover - a grouping of leaves or petals having three or more nodes originating from the same point.
cluster - a grouping of leaves or petals that form a grouping of several single-stemmed leaves or petals emerging from one point, and then branching.
entire - that which has no indentations and no teeth.
lance - the shape that is wide near the base and tapers to a point at the apex.
linear - long and narrow with sides almost parallel.
lobed - having more than one part or division.
opposite - the parts of flowers or leaves that have two parts from a single node that protrude on opposite sides of a stem or stalk..
ovate - in the shape of an egg; the narrow end is the apex.
palmate - any plant or flower that is divided or lobed in such a way that the lobes appear like the fingers of a hand, growing out from a single point.
pinnate - a plant or flower with the leaves growing in opposite rows along the petiole.
rosette - this is a spiral grouping of leaves growing from a center.
sinuate - strong indentations creating a wavy margin on leaves or petals.
stipule - either of a pair of appendages borne at the base of a leaf.
whorled - this is a group of three or more leaves, flowers, or other parts of the plant growing in a circular pattern at the same point or level on a plant or flower.