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Definition of Fastigiated

Fastigiated
Fastigiate Fas*tig"i*ate, Fastigiated Fas*tig"i*a`ted, a. [L. fastigium gable end, top, height, summit.] 1. Narrowing towards the top. 2. (Bot.) Clustered, parallel, and upright, as the branches of the Lombardy poplar; pointed. 3. (Zo["o]l.) United into a conical bundle, or into a bundle with an enlarged head, like a sheaf of wheat.

Meaning of Fastigiated from wikipedia

- selected in Lombardy, northern Italy, in the 17th century. The growth is fastigiate (having the branches more or less parallel to the main stem), with a very...
- vast majority of the trees in cultivation are selected cultivars with a fastigiate crown, with erect branches forming a narrow to very narrow crown often...
- cultivars, notably: C. betulus 'Fastigiata' or 'Pyramidalis', a very fastigiate tree when young, which has become a po****r urban street tree in the United...
- 'Majorica Pink' – pink flowers 'Miss Jessop's Upright' – distinctive tall fastigiate form, with wider leaves. 'Pinkie' – pink flowers 'Prostratus' – lower...
- Pando forest made of thousands of Populus tremuloides clones). Trees with fastigiate (erect, columnar) branching are particularly po****r, and are widely grown...
- small tree growing to 0.5–8 m tall with one to many stems and a narrow, fastigiate crown. The leaves are alternate, simple, ovate to ovate-oblong, 1–5.5 cm...
- desertorum Gypsophila elegansshowy baby's-breath Gypsophila fastigiatafastigiate gypsophila Gypsophila glandulosa Gypsophila glomerata Gypsophila huashanensis...
- most po****r of these are the Irish yew (T. baccata 'Fastigiata'), a fastigiate cultivar of the European yew selected from two trees found growing in...
- shrub (the name is a portmanteau of 'low' and 'dense'). 'Pyramidale' – fastigiate. 'Xanthocarpum' – berries yellow. The species is listed as invasive as...
- yellow-margined leaves 'Fastigiatum' grows with an erect or columnar habit (fastigiate) 'Florida' strain — a fast-growing early bloomer, leaves have round lobes...
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