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Hastate, or Hastile, shaped like a halberd; furnished with a spreading lobe on each side at the base, 53.
Hastate, like the head of a halberd—applied to leaves which have a spreading lobe on each side of the base.
SEEDS OF MICHIGAN WEEDSW. J. (WILLIAM JAMES) BEAL
Hastate: halbert-shaped: excavated at base and sides but with spreading lobes or angles.
Radical leaves nine inches long, four inches wide, oval-hastate or halberd-shaped, growing on long footstalks.
The hastate leaves are shapely, and the whole plant is charming when grown away from dust.

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