Having thick leaves; also, thickly set with leaves.
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "thick-leaved" in a sentence
"Inspired by something he saw on the Food Network, Mr. Duval figured out a way to use some of his favorite things—peppery bacon and the local sweet Walla Walla onions—with the thick-leaved, cold-weather greens."
"Believe it or not, there's a man who lives right near us who does the same thing -- plants tomatoes and thick-leaved plants outside his courtyard wall, then shoots anything that comes near them."
"Even the last survivors of a vigilante raid long ago have filed the tragic events of that autumn night away, totally unaware of the evil that remains, dormant, but forever patient, among the tall pines and thick-leaved kudzu of a place known only as Hell Hollow."