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Native and naturalized plants of Georgia and the Carolinas that have a narrow leaf [[base]] referred to as cuneate.<br>
 
Native and naturalized plants of Georgia and the Carolinas that have a narrow leaf [[base]] referred to as cuneate.<br>
 
Source: http://www.namethatplant.net/gallery_glossary_1.shtml?term=cuneate<br><br>
 
Source: http://www.namethatplant.net/gallery_glossary_1.shtml?term=cuneate<br><br>

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1. Having a very narrow leaf base.

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Native and naturalized plants of Georgia and the Carolinas that have a narrow leaf base referred to as cuneate.
Source: http://www.namethatplant.net/gallery_glossary_1.shtml?term=cuneate