- adj. of plants that grow relatively low to the ground
“The helicopter was late, so Miriam and I went to a picnic table under the shade of a low-growing palm and drank margaritas in tall glasses.”
“Andre Karwath Common Daisy: The low-growing Bellis perennis, with small flowers, is mostly found on lawns in northern climates.”
“A low-growing bushy plant that forms a tall stalk with bell-shaped flowers.”
“Grow it amongst low-growing annuals like nasturtiums or dwarf zinnias for a hot, bold impact; the peppers are gorgeous and show off well as they ripen to a rich red.”
“Landscape your yard with a few accent plants and use short hedges, low-growing perennials and groundcovers to complete the design.”
“It is a low-growing plant and needs light all around it to do well.”
“Several types form mounds of low-growing green rosettes.”
“This low-growing ground cover (Galium odoratum) produces sweet-smelling white flowers atop its whirled leaves in spring that perfume the garden.”
“Keep your garden as weed-free as possible, removing low-growing leaves that provide areas for egg laying and hibernation.”
“Karen made her way slowly along a primitive track through low-growing scrub until her headlights lit up the cottage down by the water.”
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