Definition of Vetchling. Meaning of Vetchling. Synonyms of Vetchling

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Definition of Vetchling

Vetchling
Vetchling Vetch"ling, n. [Vetch + -ling.] (Bot.) Any small leguminous plant of the genus Lathyrus, especially L. Nissolia.

Meaning of Vetchling from wikipedia

- clymenumSpanish vetchling Lathyrus cr****ipes – arvejilla Lathyrus cyaneus Lathyrus davidii Lathyrus decaphyllusprairie vetchling Lathyrus delnorticus...
- Lathyrus tuberosus (also known as the tuberous pea, tuberous vetchling, earthnut pea, aardaker, or tine-tare) is a small, climbing perennial plant, native...
- Lathyrus pratensis or meadow vetchling, yellow pea, meadow pea and meadow pea-vine, is a perennial legume that grows to 1.2 m in height. The hermaphrodite...
- Lathyrus aphaca is a legume known as the yellow pea or yellow vetchling. It is native to southern Europe, parts of Asia, and North Africa. Some consider...
- Lathyrus clymenum, also called Spanish vetchling, is a flowering plant in the family Fabaceae, native to the Mediterranean. The seeds are used to prepare...
- Lathyrus nissolia, the gr**** vetchling or gr**** pea, is a plant species of the genus Lathyrus. It is native to most of Europe, Maghreb, Levant and the...
- Lathyrus ****onicus (common names sea pea, beach pea, cir****polar pea and sea vetchling) is a legume native to temperate coastal areas of Asia, Europe, and North...
- Lathyrus vernus, the spring vetchling, spring pea, or spring vetch, is a species of flowering herbaceous perennial plant in the genus Lathyrus, native...
- cicera is a species of wild pea known by the common names red pea, red vetchling and flatpod peavine. It is native to Europe, North Africa, and the Middle...
- species of wild pea known by the common names gr**** pea and round-seeded vetchling. It is native to Eurasia and much of Africa, and it is known on other...
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