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n.1.(Bot.) The name of several plants of the genera Spermacoce and Diodia, of the Madder family.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Moroheiya Leaves Cuscuta chinensis Chinese dodder Seeds Cuscuta australis Australian dodder Seeds Diodia teres Buttonweed Whole plant Drosera peltata Sundew Dianthus barbatus cv Sweet William Aerial parts Eucommia ulmoides Hardy rubber tree Leaves Eupatorium cannabinum L.
Some popular non-grass options are chamomile, buttonweed, pennyroyal, micrantha.
Herein (Table 2) we report new associations with Asteraceae (Emilia sonchifolia (L.) DC, lilac tasselflower), Rubiaceae (Spermacoce assurgens Ruiz & Pav., woodland false buttonweed) and Poaceae (Digitaria setigera Roth ex Roem.
Virginia Buttonweed. The Jefferson, Ohio and Perry county collections of this species were from sandy Ohio River shoreline areas, a habitat where the plant thrives.
Field evaluation of postemergence herbicides for Virginia buttonweed control in turf.
I pictured where he had probably tied her up and done it, out behind the barn where the smartweed and buttonweed took over in high summertime, where on hot afternoons you could count on a large angular shape of cool shade, where I had once come across my father jerking off, facing the old cement silo, his back partly turned.
(=Borreria verticillata L.) (Rubiaceae) shrubby false buttonweed is a perennial dicot native to the West Indies, but introduced into Florida and Texas as well as west tropical Africa, the tropical Americas and the south Pacific.
Buttonweed. Collected from large colonies along the Ohio River in Floyd and Crawford Counties, and also found along the wet perimeter of Deam Lake in Clark County.
This lack of rainfall may have lead to poor seed production of warm-season annuals such as Croton and rough buttonweed (Diodia teres), resulting in low numbers in spring 2001.
Diodia teres Walter: (+); Poorjoe or Buttonweed; rare, one site; cindery area of Unit 1; BSUH 11410.