Definition of Smartweed. Meaning of Smartweed. Synonyms of Smartweed

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Definition of Smartweed

Smartweed
Smartweed Smart"weed`, n. (Bot.) An acrid plant of the genus Polygonum (P. Hydropiper), which produces smarting if applied where the skin is tender.

Meaning of Smartweed from wikipedia

- amphibious bistort, longroot smartweed, water smartweedPersicaria amphibia Polygonum capitatumpinkhead smartweedPersicaria capitata Polygonum...
- (Raf.) Nieuwl. – pink smartweed Persicaria breviochreata (Makino) Ohki Persicaria bungeana (Turcz.) Nakaiprickly smartweed Persicaria capitata (Buch...
- and South America. Common names include Pennsylvania smartweed and pinkweed. Pennsylvania smartweed is a variable annual herb reaching 10 cm (3.9 in) to...
- family of flowering plants known informally as the knotweed family or smartweed—buckwheat family in the United States. The name is based on the genus...
- family known by several common names, including longroot smartweed, water knotweed, water smartweed, and amphibious bistort. It is native to much of North...
- in Britain and Europe. Other common names for the plant include pale smartweed, curlytop knotweed, and willow weed. It is a species complex made up of...
- names Oriental lady's thumb, bristly lady's thumb, Asiatic smartweed, long-bristled smartweed, Asiatic waterpepper, bristled knotweed, bunchy knotweed,...
- plant in the buckwheat family (Polygonaceae). The common name is pink smartweed. It is native to the central and southwestern United States from northern...
- Persicaria capitata, the pink-headed persicaria, pinkhead smartweed, pink knotweed, ****anese knotweed, or pink bubble persicaria, is an Asian species...
- Virginia knotweed or woodland knotweed is a North American species of smartweed within the buckwheat family. It is unusual as a shade-tolerant member...
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