Definition of Buttonweed. Meaning of Buttonweed. Synonyms of Buttonweed

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Definition of Buttonweed

Buttonweed
Buttonweed But"ton*weed`, n. (Bot.) The name of several plants of the genera Spermacoce and Diodia, of the Madder family.

Meaning of Buttonweed from wikipedia

- West Indian false buttonweed - Puerto Rico, Haiti, Dominican Republic ****coce capitata Ruiz & Pav. - baldhead false buttonweed - Central and South...
- Diodella, and therefore the name buttonweed also applies to these species. There are also many species of false buttonweeds in the related genus ****coce...
- ****coce brachysepala, the West Indian false buttonweed, is a plant species in the Rubiaceae. It is native to Puerto Rico, Haiti and the Dominican Republic...
- virginiana is a plant species in the Rubiaceae, common name Virginia buttonweed. It is a spreading, matted perennial with opposite leaves, often mottled...
- ****coce verticillata, the shrubby false buttonweed, is a species of plant in the family Rubiaceae. Larra bicolor "****coce verticillata (shrubby false...
- the daisy family known by the common names bachelor's buttons, annual buttonweed, southern waterbuttons and Australian waterbuttons. This small plant is...
- Florida USA, Everglades Keys false buttonweed, ****coce terminalis Dave's Garden, Everglades Keys false buttonweed (****coce terminalis) Gardening...
- (velvetleaf, velvet plant, velvetweed, Chinese jute, China jute, crown weed, buttonweed, lantern mallow, butterprint, pie-marker, or Indian mallow) is an annual...
- false buttonweed Atlas of Florida Vascular Plants Wild Florida Photo, nature photography by Paul Rebmann All Things Plant, Florida False Buttonweed (****coce...
- ****coce alata, the winged false buttonweed, is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae. It is widespread across the warmer parts of the Western Hemisphere...
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