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M is for Maculate – Word up!

Maculate
/ˈmakjʊleɪt/
Latin: Maculata which means stained. Used to describe marked or spotted leaves, such as laurel.
Word up! M for MACULATE

2 thoughts on “M is for Maculate – Word up!

  1. Naturally marked and / or spotted? Because of weather and / or pests? Or both? Thanks for making me smart!
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    1. Naturally occurring spots and markings – those that are part of the leaf’s make-up. We’re learning lots too by doing the weekly gardening glossary – now and again I get my other half to test me on them to make sure I haven’t forgotten!
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