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In heraldry, a flowers is described as barbed if the leaves are of a different tincture than the petals. If the particular flower is also depicted with seeds of a different tincture, then the term used is barbed and seeded.

Often, if a flower is described as proper there is no specific need to mention whether it is barbed, as this is assumed.