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pedate

(pĕd′āt′)
adj.
1. Resembling or functioning as a foot: pedate appendages.
2. Botany Having palmately divided lobes with the lateral lobes cleft or divided: a pedate leaf.

pedate

(of leaves) divided in a PALMATE fashion with further divisions.
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Plant two specimens of yellow rose, the climbing kinds Maigold or Leverkusen, with one or two plants of the ivy Sulphur Heart, which has golden and green leaves all year; or rose Madame Alfred Carriere, with white blooms flushed with pink, with the ivy Pedata, which has interestingly shaped leaves.
Guastella D, Lulah H, Tajebe LS, Cavalieri V, Evans GA, Pedata PA, Rapisarda C, Legg JP.
Polaszek A, Hernandez-Suarez EM, Manzari S, Pedata PA, Schmidt S.
En este trabajo se senala que el nombre Doryopteris pedata (L.
Then try either: (a) two plants of Leverkusen, a yellow climbing rose, with one or two plants of an ivy called Sulphur Heart, which has golden and green leaves all year; or (b) the rose Madame Alfred Carriere, which has white blooms flushed with pink, and the ivy Pedata, which has elegant green leaves all year.