|terminal bud |
See under bud.
Always leave an inch of blank wood beyond a terminal bud, and let the cut be on the opposite side of the bud.
The presence of this tip-scar indicates that the terminal bud is absent.
In the keys an important consideration is the presence or absence of the terminal bud.
This second brood often eats through the heart of the terminal bud into the twig.
A year ago, in the spring of 1920, a terminal bud that had formed in 1919 expanded and gave rise to this rapidly growing shoot.
If it is spring, note that the terminal bud has pushed out, and around it five-clustered buds are forming a circle of shoots.
The axillary buds seldom grow unless the terminal bud is interrupted.
There is usually a terminal bud at the tip of each twig, and lateral buds at the sides.
Also it gives me an opportunity to wax over the tip end of the scion when it is devoid of a terminal bud.
During this remarkable process, which consumes from two to four weeks, the terminal bud has remained dormant.