herbaceous

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Not woody, lacking lignified tissues
Not woody in flavor
having the character of a herb
{a} belonging to or feeding on herbs, soft, perishing annually
A plant having stems that are not secondarily thickened and that die down annually
The taste and smell of herbs in a wine
Like a herb Used here to refer to flowering plants that are not vines, shrubs, trees or succulents Generally used to refer to plants that die back to the ground every year Also spelled 'herbacious'
A nonwoody seed plant (Latin, herba, grass)
Resembling or pertaining to a herb or to a stem with little or no woody tissue
Describes a wine that smells or tastes grassy or green Often a characteristic of wines made from Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon grapes Can also be found in very young wines that will change flavor as they age Primarily a function of the grape variety, not soil or climate
Wine that has the flavor and aroma of herbs Can also be found in very young wines that will change flavor as they age Primarily a function of the grape variety, not soil or climate
Aromas reminiscent of fresh grass or hay; grassy, as in certain Sauvignon Blancs; also the green pepper character of some Cabernets
Having little or no woody tissue Most plants grown as perennials or annuals are herbaceous
Plants with soft, green stems as opposed to woody
Pertaining to or characteristic of an herb as distinguished from a woody plant Green and leaflike in appearance and texture
Herbaceous plants have green stems, not hard, woody stems. plants that are herbaceous have soft stems rather than hard stems made of wood
Denotes the taste and smell of herbs in a wine A plus in many wines such as Sauvignon Blanc, and to a lesser extent Merlot and Cabernet Herbal is a synonym
A plant having the characteristics of an herb; having the texture and color of a foliage leaf (Little & Jones 1980)
characteristic of a nonwoody herb or plant part
A plant with little or no woody tissue that dies down at the end of a growing season
Vegetative growth with little or no woody component Non-woody vegetation, such as forbs
An agreeable odor reminiscent of herbs, and usually associated with Sauvignon Blanc when grown in cool climates
Herblike; not woody
Shortest layer of vegetation in a forest, it is comprised of grasses and forbs, sometimes with small shrubs as well
Referring to a plant that has little or no woody tissue and usually persists only for a single growing season
Having the character of an herb; not woody Grasses, grasslikes, and forbs are herbs
{s} pertaining to an herb; like an herb
Adjective used in description of wine with taste and aroma of herbs, (usually undefined) Considered to be a varietal characteristic of Cabernet Sauvignon, and to less extent, Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc grapes
Of or pertaining to herbs; having the nature, texture, or characteristics, of an herb; as, herbaceous plants; an herbaceous stem
With the characteristics of an herb; having the texture and color of a foliage leaf; a plant with no persistent woody stem above ground
having little or no woddy tissue and persisting usually fro a single growing season
Having the texture, color or appearance of a leaf, with little or no woody tissue
herbaceous border
A herbaceous border is a flower bed containing a mixture of plants that flower every year. part of a garden where people grow plants that live for many years and do not need to be replaced
herbaceous border
{i} garden border made of flower beds
herbaceous

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    her·ba·ceous

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    woody

    Telaffuz

    /ərˈbāsʜəs/ /ɜrˈbeɪʃəs/

    Etimoloji

    [ "(h)&r-'bA-sh&s ] (adjective.) 1646. From Latin herbāceus (“grassy”).

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