Definition of Stitchwort. Meaning of Stitchwort. Synonyms of Stitchwort

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Definition of Stitchwort

Stitchwort
Stitchwort Stitch"wort`, n. (Bot.) See Stichwort.
stitchwort
Stichwort Stich"wort`, n. (Bot.) A kind of chickweed (Stellaria Holostea). [Written also stitchwort.]

Meaning of Stitchwort from wikipedia

- Stitchwort is the common name of several plants of the following genera: Minuartia Stellaria Wort plants...
- Minuartia groenlandica, the Greenland stitchwort or mountain stitchwort, Appalachian stitchwort, mountain sandwort, smooth mountain sandwort, and smooth...
- Caryophyllaceae, with a cosmopolitan distribution. Common names include starwort, stitchwort and chickweed. Stellaria species are relatively small herbs with simple...
- pinks) known by the common names common starwort, gr****-leaved stitchwort, lesser stitchwort and gr****-like starwort. It is a rhizomatous perennial herb...
- species of flowering plant in the pink family known by the common names bog stitchwort, Teesdale sandwort and rock sandwort. It has a cir****boreal distribution...
- Minuartia yukonensis, the Yukon sandwort or Yukon stitchwort, is a plant species native to Yukon and Northwest Territories of Canada, as well as Alaska...
- Stellaria holostea, the addersmeat or greater stitchwort, is a perennial herbaceous flowering plant in the carnation family Caryophyllaceae. It can...
- American stitchwort Stellaria borealis, northern stitchwort Stellaria calycantha, northern stitchwort Stellaria cr****ifolia, fleshy stitchwort Stellaria...
- including beautiful sandwort, mountain sandwort, Arctic sandwort, and boreal stitchwort. It has a cir****boreal distribution, occurring throughout the northernmost...
- alpine herb known by the common names alpine sandwort and twinflower stitchwort. It is native to the mountains of western North America from the High...
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