mistflower


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Related to mistflower: Conoclinium coelestinum

mist·flow·er

 (mĭst′flou′ər)
n.
A perennial plant (Conoclinium coelestinum) in the composite family, native to eastern North America, having corymbs of small blue flowers.
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Noun1.mistflower - rhizomatous plant of central and southeastern United States and West Indies having large showy heads of clear blue flowersmistflower - rhizomatous plant of central and southeastern United States and West Indies having large showy heads of clear blue flowers; sometimes placed in genus Eupatorium
flower - a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
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The adults nectar from flowers including fogfruit, salt marsh fleabane, blue mistflower, thistle, verbena, red clover, and sweet pepperbush.
A significant difference (P< 0.05) occurred in frequency of coastal mistflower 1 year after burning.
Conoclinium coelestinum (L.) DC.; SYN: Eupatorium coelestinum L.; Blue Mistflower; BSUH 12552.
Common understory species include Virginia wildrye (Elymus virginicus), trichloris, Texas wintergrass, knotroot bristlegrass, Texas bristlegrass (Setaria texana), brownseed paspalum, rustyseed paspalum (Paspalum langei), little bluestem, eastern gamagrass, old-man's beard (Clematis drummondii), mistflower (Eupatorium odoratum), and catbrier (Smilax bona-nox).
Eupatorium coelestinum L.: Mistflower; August; low, wet woods; sparse; USIH 971.
Retama, manzanita, white bush, chilipiquin, chapotillo, Berlandier wolfberry (Lycium berlandieri), Texas ebony, tropical sage, pigeon-berry, cenizo, black mimosa, Texas lantana, Texas kidneywood (Eysenhardtia texana), Texas paloverde, tenaza, la coma, tepeguaje, mistflower, and anacahuita flowered.