Highest state; acme; consummation; perfection.
Same as Corona.
That part of an anchor where the arms are joined to the shank.
To form the topmost or finishing part of; to complete; to consummate; to perfect.
The junction of root and stem, usually at the level of the ground.
Couronne Krone, f Corona That part of the plant where stem and root meet.
The main branch system or upper part of a tree
The region where shoot and root join, usually at or very near ground level.
Usually at ground level, this is the part of the plant where the roots meet the stems and from where new shoots grow. The crown also refers to the part of a tree above the bole.
ten pennies, the tenth part of a shamrock
The persistent base of a tufted perennial herbaceous plant as found in grasses and asparagus.
In a tree, it describes the uppermost section. In a perennial, it is the point where the root and stem meet and join (usually at the soil's surface).
n. (L. corona, a crown, wreath) that part of a stem at or just below the surface of the ground; an inner appendage of a petal or the throat of a corolla; an appendage or extrusion standing between the corolla and stamens, or on the corolla; an outgrowth of the staminal part or circle as in milkweeds.
the base of a plant where the roots and shoots join.
the part of a plant at the surface of the ground from which new shoots are produced.
the basal section from where root- and shoot growth happens.
Growing point of a plant from which new shoots arise.
the upper outline form of a tree
aboveground parts of a tree or shrub, sometimes more particularly applied to the topmost leaves and limbs.
In a weed, the region where the roots join the main stem. In a tree, the topmost part.
the leaves and branches above the main trunk or trunks of trees and shrubs
leafy upper part of a tree.
The base of a plant stem, usually at soil level just above the roots. In herbaceous perennials, overwintering buds are located in the crown.
On a clumping plant, the point at which the main stem (or stems) and the roots join together.
The upper part (head) of a press frame. On hydraulic presses, the crown usually contains the cylinder; on mechanical presses, the crown contains the drive mechanism. See also hydraulic press and mechanical press. (2) A shape (crown) ground into a flat roll to ensure flatness of cold (and hot) rolled sheet and strip.
live branches and foliage of the tree
the part of a rabbits head between the ears and behind the brow
the series of branches at the apex of a tree that form shape that defines its silhouette.
Parts of the tree above the trunk, including leaves, branches and scaffold, limbs.
The crown of a plant (such as a strawberry, or a celeriac root) is the part where the growth of stems takes place. In most cases, planting should be carried out so as to ensure that this remains above the soil surface, or the entire plant may die.Asparagus crowns, however, are planted beneath the soil when the asparagus bed is made.
The bud-like centre of a strawberry plant or the top of root-stock of hardy herbaceous plants
The base of a plant, where the roots and stem meet, or the canopy of a tree. See Canopy.
The upper portion of a tree containing the limbs, twigs, leaves, buds, flowers and fruit
The part of the plant where the roots are attached to the shoots.
The part of a tree or woody plant bearing live branches and foliage.
the highest arc of leaves, twigs, and branches of a tree
aboveground portion of tree.
That portion of the grass plant which includes the stem apex, the unelongated internodes, and the lower nodes from which adventitious root are initiated.
the leafy head of a tree
The bud-like centre of plants such as Paeony, Strawberry or Rhubarb or the top of root-stock of hardy herbaceous plants.
Upper part of a tree where branches spread out from the trunk and define your bonsai silhouette.
The portion of a tree comprised of the branches.
The top part of a plant or tree, where most of the leaves, flowers, and fruits grow.
the upper leaves and branches of a tree.
1. (noun) the point where stems join roots 2. (verb) a method for removing certain plants
The top of a tree consisting of trunk and expanding branches.
The leafy upper shoots of a tree.
all that part of a tree above the lowest branch
The area at the base or center of a herbaceous perennial from which top growth and roots emerge. The crown is the part of the plant where shoots and roots meet.
(1) a corona; (2) a collective tern for the main stem divisions and foliage of a tree or shrub and the branching pattern and overall habit that they assume (i.e. domed, spreading, narrowly conical); (3) the basal portions of a herbaceous plant, usually where root or rhizome and aerial stems or resting buds meet; (4) a length of rhizome with a strong terminal bud, used for propagation as, for example, with Convallaria; (5) the head of a single-stemmed tree-like plant or shrub bearing a distinct apical whorl, rosette or flush of foliage; (6) the leaves and terminal buds of a low-growing plant when arranged in a fashion resembling that of the larger plants mentioned under (5), for example, many ferns.
Technically, the point where the tree trunk meets the roots of a tree. Commonly, it refers to the leaves and branches in the uppermost part of the tree.
Mouldings that connect the ceiling and wall . Upper most part of a room. Bevels set height & projection.
The branches and foliage of a tree.
the branches and leaves of a tree.
the upper-most part of the cap of a hat that is sewn to either a hatband, brim or sweat band.
The head of foliage of a tree or shrub -- this is the form or shape of the tree. .
The part of a plant where the roots and stem meet, usually at soil level.
the persistent base of an herbaceous perennial plant
The part of a herbaceous plant at soil level, where the stems meet roots and new shoots develop. The highest part of a tree.
The upper branchy part of a tree above the bole. ( BCFT).
Portion of the tree that bears leaves and branches, from the lowest branch to the topmost leaf.
the part of a tree or shrub above the level of the lowest branch.
A meristematic growing point at or just below the ground where stems and roots join and new shoots emerge.
The portion of a tree including branches, twigs and leaves
Refers to that part of the tree consisting of limbs, branches, twigs and leaves. In other words, the top of the tree.
The upper part of the tree.
The point at which a plants roots and top join. (usually at soil level)
The upper branches and foliage of an individual tree.
(pl. crowns): Compacted series of nodes from which culms and roots arise.(2)
the structure formed where leaves, stems, and roots grow together.
the canopy of leaves and branches formed by a tree
The upper part of a tree or other woody plant that carries the main system of branches and the foliage. ( FEMAT, IX-8)
The portion of a tree above the trunk including the branches and foliage.
All the branches that hold the leaves are collectively called a "crown". It's the "lollipop" portion of the tree. Sometimes crown size and shape help identify a tree, as with balsam fir or basswood. [To return to previous page, click your browser's BACK button then scroll through the page to your last location
The aboveground portions of a tree.
The part of the plant where the roots and stem join.
The upper part of a tree, including the living branches with their foliage.
The base of the plant, where the stem and root meet.
Branches and upper part of the stem of tree.
The persistent base of a herbaceous perennial; the aerial portion of a tree; the portion of a tree where the roots and stem join.
Upper part of a tree, including the branches and foliage.
Upper part of a gem