noun, plural broad·leaves [brawd-leevz] /ˈbrɔdˌlivz/.
Examples from the Web for broadleaf
The Pennsylvania leaf is also classed as Seed and Broadleaf.Tobacco Leaves|W. A. Brennan
Broadleaf Willow (Salix amplifolia), known also as feltleaf willow, was discovered in Alaska in 1899.
The two kinds of wood belong to needleleaf and broadleaf trees alike; but palms, owing to their manner of growth, have neither.
"Spanish Cedar" (Cedrela odorata) is a broadleaf wood, and not a conifer as is usually supposed.
"Broadleaf," "deciduous," and "hardwood" trees are the same.