black bindweed(redirected from Fallopia convolvulus)
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A twining annual vine (Fallopia convolvulus) native to Eurasia but widespread as a weed, having heart-shaped leaves, small greenish-white flowers, and three-sided black seeds. Also called wild buckwheat.
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(Plants) a twining polygonaceous European plant, Polygonum convolvulus, with heart-shaped leaves and triangular black seed pods
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|Noun||1.||black bindweed - common European twining vine with tuberous roots and cordate leaves and red berries|
genus Tamus, Tamus - a genus of tuberous vines of the family Dioscoreaceae; has twining stems and heart-shaped leaves and axillary racemes
vine - a plant with a weak stem that derives support from climbing, twining, or creeping along a surface
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