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Epilobium spicatum
Willow-herb Wil"low-herb`, n. (Bot.) A perennial herb (Epilobium spicatum) with narrow willowlike leaves and showy rose-purple flowers. The name is sometimes made to include other species of the same genus. Spiked willow-herb, a perennial herb (Lythrum Salicaria) with willowy leaves and spiked purplish flowers.
Epilobium spicatum
Rosebay Rose"bay`, n. (Bot.) (a) the oleander. [Obs.] (b) Any shrub of the genus Rhododendron. [U.S.] (c) An herb (Epilobium spicatum) with showy purple flowers, common in Europe and North America; -- called also great willow herb.
Epilobium spicatum
Fireweed Fire"weed`, n. (Bot.) (a) An American plant (Erechthites hiercifolia), very troublesome in spots where brushwood has been burned. (b) The great willow-herb (Epilobium spicatum).

Meaning of spicatu from wikipedia

- costus ****atus, also known as spiked spirlaflag ginger or indian head ginger, is a species of herbaceous plant in the costaceae family
- sporobolus ****atus, also known as salt gr****, is a halophyte distribution: this bunchgr**** is distributed: in dryer parts of africa such as
- pseudelephantopus ****atus, the false elephant’s foot, is a plant species native to tropical areas in the west indies , latin america ,
- chionanthus ****atus grows as a tree up to 17 , m , 1 tall, with a trunk diameter of up to 20 , cm , 0. the bark is greyish.
- murex ****atus is a species of large predatory sea snail , a marine gastropod mollusk in the family muricidae , the rock snails or
- this native western north american perennial bunchgr**** is known by the scientific synonyms elymus ****atus and agropyron ****atum.
- first described in 1834 by french botanist achille richard who gave it the name erisotemon ****atum, later amended to eriostemon ****atus.
- cl****ification: cambarus ****atus hobbs, 1956 file:status iucn dd icon. svg , dd cambarus veter**** faxon, 1914 file:status iucn dd icon.