broadleafed herbaceous plant (e.g., dandelion).
A broadleaf plant that has little or no woody material in it. Forbs are usually little plants with annual flowers. A forb is not a brush, which has a woody stem. Forest Supervisor The official responsible for administering National Forest lands on an administrative unit, usually one or more National Forests. The Forest Supervisor reports to the Regional Forester. The forest supervisor in the Umpqua National Forest is Don Ostby. (See ' District Manager' for the BLM equivalent.)
A non-grass grasslike herbaceous plant.
A broadleaf herbaceous (nonwoody) flowering plant. Does not include graminoids.
A specialized term for any non-grassy herbaceous plant. Used particularly for the broad-leaved plants of prairies.
Any broad-leaved (dicotyledonous), herbaceous plant. Especially applied to such plants growing in grasslands.
a broad-leaved herbaceous (nonwoody) plant.
A non-woody, herbaceous broadleaf plant that is not a grass, sedge, or rush and is not grass-like.
A tap-rooted herbaceous (non-woody) plant. Though often referred to as weeds, forbs include daisies, nettles, sunflowers, and mint.
Any herbaceous plant other than those in the grass, sedge, and rush families.
Herbaceous plants other than the grasses.
Flowering plants that grow in grasslands. enus A group of closely related species. | Return to Alphabet Bar | ooded Arching over and partially concealing or shielding.
A non-grass-like herb of the range. Small grass-like plant.
A small herbaceous plant, unlike grass.
a non-woody plant other than a grass, sedge, rush, etc. cf. herb.
A non-grass, herbaceous species (generally legumes and composites)
an herbaceous annual, perennial or biennial that is not a grass
a plant that lives on the edge of the turf, actually in the mulch, in the planting bed allowing you to view the open turf area
Any non-woody plant other than grass.
A perennial, broad-leafed herb found in prairie vegetation. Forbs have solid stems and generally have broad, net veined leaves. Their flowers are often large, colorful, and showy.
Non-woody or non-grass or grass=like plants whaose above ground stem does not survive the winter. Forbs have solid stems and generally have broad, net veined leaves. Their flowers are often large, colorful, and showy. See drawing of plant group characteristics.
(plant growth form): A plant without secondary thickening (i.e. non-woody), usually living for only one or two seasons.
A broad-leaved herb other than a grass, especially one growing in a field, prairie, or meadow.
Any broad-leafed herbaceous plant other than those in the Gramineae (or Poaceae), Cyperaceae, and Juncacea families.
A plant with a soft, rather than permanent woody stem, that is not a grass or grass-like plant.
an herbaceous or non-woody plant that is not a grass or grass-like plant.
Any herbaceous plant except grasses and grass-likes.
Any herbaceous plant other than a grass, tree, or shrub, i.e., wildflowers.
A broad-leaved flowering plant.
Any herb other than grass.
Any herbaceous plant that is not a grass.
an herb other than a grass
Herbaceous plant that is not a graminoid.
Any herbaceous plant not a grass or a sedge.
Herbaceous plant other than a grass, sedge, or rush; usually broad-leaved.
A forb is a small, herbaceous (non-woody), broad-leaved vascular plant (excluding grasses, rushes, sedges, etc.). For example, wild flowers are a type of forb.
A forb is a flowering plant with a non-woody stem that is not a grass. Since it is non-woody, it is not a shrub or tree either. Thus most wild and garden flowers, herbs and vegetables are forbs.