LONGIFOLIA OR SPIDER:
Narrow pointed strap-like leaves with either plain or wavy edges.
PLAIN OR TAILORED LEAVES:
Plain in texture and form it is sometimes known as standard or boy type foliage.
Leaves have distinct raised areas between the veins. Some leaves have pie-crust edging.
Leaves have serrated or ragged edges.
SPOONED, OVATE, CUPPED-UP:
Leaves are concave with high edges like a spoon.
The watermelon veining on this rare leaf runs lengthwise from the base and forms ridges which are indented on top, but prominent on the underside of the leaf. It is referred to as watermelon veining because it resembles the stripes on a watermelon.