Obovate leaves (shaped like an upside down egg) clustered at branch tips and sympodial branching. Sympodial branching occurs when the apical meristem ceases to function and a new stem forms below the old one, forming a pattern of repeated loops resembling a child’s drawing of waves on the ocean.
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