Examples from the Web for leaf scar
A lateral bud is one situated on the side of a twig in the axil of a leaf-scar.Michigan Trees|Charles Herbert Otis
In some varieties the leaf-scar is conspicuous; in others, it is inconspicuous.The Pears of New York|U. P. Hedrick
The scales, being stipules, leave a line on each side of the leaf-scar, and these are separated by the growth of the internodes.
The flower-clusters do not seem to leave any mark which is distinguishable from the leaf-scar.
The leaves are trimmed off, from season to season, leaving the bare stalk, showing the leaf-scar.In Indian Mexico (1908)|Frederick Starr