wood cudweed

a weedy, composite plant, Gnaphalium sylvaticum, of the North Temperate Zone, having woolly foliage and numerous, dirty-white flowerheads in a leafy spike. Also called chafeweed.

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  • wood cudweed — noun weedy perennial of north temperate regions having woolly foliage and dirty white flowers in a leafy spike • Syn: ↑chafeweed, ↑Gnaphalium sylvaticum • Hypernyms: ↑cudweed * * * a weedy, composite plant, Gnaphalium sylvaticum, of the North… …   Useful english dictionary

  • wood cudweed — noun A weedy plant, Gnaphalium sylvaticum, found in the North Temperate Zone …   Wiktionary

  • Gnaphalium — Taxobox name = Gnaphalium image width = 240px image caption = Gnaphalium californicum regnum = Plantae divisio = Magnoliophyta classis = Magnoliopsida ordo = Asterales familia = Asteraceae tribus = Gnaphalieae genus = Gnaphalium genus authority …   Wikipedia

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  • chafeweed — noun weedy perennial of north temperate regions having woolly foliage and dirty white flowers in a leafy spike • Syn: ↑wood cudweed, ↑Gnaphalium sylvaticum • Hypernyms: ↑cudweed …   Useful english dictionary

  • Gnaphalium sylvaticum — noun weedy perennial of north temperate regions having woolly foliage and dirty white flowers in a leafy spike • Syn: ↑chafeweed, ↑wood cudweed • Hypernyms: ↑cudweed …   Useful english dictionary

  • chafeweed — /chayf weed /, n. See wood cudweed. [1540 50; CHAFE + WEED1] * * * …   Universalium

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