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Definition of the noun fleabane

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noun - plural: fleabanes

  1. hairy perennial Eurasian herb with yellow daisylike flowers reputed to destroy or drive away fleas
  2. any of several North American plants of the genus Erigeron having daisylike flowers; formerly believed to repel fleas
  3. common North American weed with linear leaves and small discoid heads of yellowish flowers; widely naturalized throughout temperate regions; sometimes placed in genus Erigeron

Alternative definition of the noun fleabane

noun

  1. Any of various plants of the genera Inula (especially I. dysenterica) or Erigeron (especially E. acre).

Phrases with fleabane

  1. Low Fleabane
  2. Bald Fleabane
  3. blue fleabane
  4. Buff Fleabane
  5. Gila Fleabane
  6. Lone Fleabane
  7. Pale Fleabane
  8. Rock Fleabane
  9. Sand Fleabane
  10. Tall Fleabane
  11. Utah Fleabane
  12. Wand Fleabane
  13. Zion Fleabane
  14. Zuni Fleabane
  15. Abajo Fleabane
  16. Aspen Fleabane
  17. Awapa Fleabane
  18. Basin Fleabane
  19. Broad Fleabane
  20. daisy fleabane

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for fleabane

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Google previewSIERRA NEVADA WILDFLOWERS: A FIELD 2ED (2013)

by Karen Wiese

CUT-LEAF FLEABANE Erigeron compositus Aster Family (Asteraceae) Description: Cut-leaf fleabane is a cushionforming perennial, up to 6" tall. The basal leaves are oblanceolate to spoon shaped in outline, many-lobed, densely short hairy, ...

Google previewGrapevine Canyon Wind Project (2012)

Environmental Impact Statement

Rock Fleabane Rock fleabane is an Herbaceous perennial with small stems and relatively large white ray flowers. It flowers between April...

Google previewReprint from the Public Health Reports (1916)

by United States. Public Health Service

The daisy fleabane is a singularly common weed which grows from 1 to 2 feet in height. The light green leaves are linear and toothless or nearly so, the lower one being broad at the tip. The little daisylike flowers are one-half inch in width, and ...

Google previewArchives of Diagnosis (1920)

A Quarterly Journal Devoted to the Study and the Progress of Diagnosis and Prognosis

The daisy fleabane is a singularly common weed which grows from 1 to 2 feet in height. The light green leaves are linear and toothless, or nearly so, the lower one being broad at the tip. The little daisylike flowers are one-half inch in width, and ...

Google previewRiparian and Aquatic Habitat Management in the Farmington Field Office -- New Mexico (1999)

Environmental Impact Statement

Bisti Fleabane ( Erigeron bistiensis) Distribution and Ecolog: The bisti fleabane is a herbaceous perennial ...

Google previewFamiliar Wild Flowers (1906)

by Frederick Edward Hulme

The blue fleabane is an erect-growing plant, a foot or so in height. The stems are but slightly branched and thickly covered with short hairs. The lower leaves taper down to a footstalk, but the upper ones are stalkless and much smaller, and all ...

Google previewDark Aemilia (2014)

A Novel of Shakespeare's Dark Lady by Sally O'Reilly

Nightshade grows under Mercury, and is an antidote to the power of witchcraft in men and beasts alike; cottonweed cures head-aches and infestations; while fleabane is the remedy for snake-bites ...

Google previewPublic Health Reports (1917)

The daisy fleabane is a singularly common weed which grows from 1 to 2 feet in height. The light green leaves are linear and toothless or nearly so, the lower one being broad at the tip. The little daisylike flowers are one-half inch in width, and ...

Google previewFronds and Anemones (2017)

Essays on Gardening and Nature by Dr. William Allan Plummer

Fleabane refers to any of several North American plants of the genus Erigeron, having daisylike flowers. Synonyms are horseweed and Canadian fleabane. The fleabanes have small but numerous purple rays and yellow flower heads.

Google previewSanta Fe National Forest (N.F.), Viveash Fire Salvage (2002)

Environmental Impact Statement

Pecos Fleabane (Erigeron subgiaber) The Pecos fleabane is a small perennial herb found in rocky, open meadows in sub-alpine coniferous forest from 10,000 to 11,500 ft in elevation. This narrow endemic occurs sporadically on high ridges ...

Google previewMedical Flora (1828)

Or, Manual of the Medical Botany of the United States of North America. Containing a Selection of Above 100 Figures and Descriptions of Medical Plants, with Their Names, Qualities, Properties, History, &c.: and Notes Or Remarks on Nearly 500 Equivalent Substitutes. In Two Volumes ... by Constantine Samuel Rafinesque

Fleabane is the true ...

Google previewMatagorda Island (2010)

A Naturalist's Guide by Wayne H. McAlister, Martha K. McAlister

Marsh fleabane is a waist-high, much branched annual with lance-shaped leaves and terminal, flattish clusters of ...

Google previewThe United States Dispensatory and Physicians' Pharmacology (1899)

Canada fleabane is an indigenous annual plant, with a stem from two ...

Google previewPerennial All-Stars (2002)

The 150 Best Perennials for Great-Looking, Trouble-Free Gardens by Jeff Cox

The only problem with bonytip fleabane is that if it likes your property, it can self- sow its way to weediness. But if it does start to take over, it's not difficult to simply pull it out. USDA Plant Hardiness Z Season of Bloom: June to September Height ...

Google previewThe United States Dispensatory (1885)

Canada fleabane is an indigenous annual plant, with a stem from two to six feet high, covered with stiff hairs, and divided into many branches. The leaves are linear-lanceolate, and eds*ed with hairs ; those at the root are dentate.

Google previewTHE BRITISH CYCLOPEDIA (1836)

by CHARLES F.PARTINGTON

FLEABANE is the Coryza squamosa of Linnaeus, a herbaceous biennial, native of Britain, but of no known use — not even that ...

Google previewThe British Cyclopæedia of Natural History (1836)

Combining a Scientific Classification of Animals, Plants, and Minerals ... by Charles Frederick Partington

FLEABANE is the Coryza squamosa of Linnaeus, a herbaceous biennial, native of Britain, but of no known use—not even that attributed by its name. It belongs to the natural order Composita. FLEMMINGIA (Roxburgh). A genus of herbaceous ...

Google previewThe British Cyclopaedia of the Arts, Sciences, History, Geography, Literature, Natural History, and Biography ... (1838)

FLEABANE is the Coryza squamosa of Linnaeus, a herbaceous biennial, native of Britain, but of no known use — not even that ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

Simmons English: alpine fleabane E. glaucus Ker Gawler English: seaside daisy, beach aster E. karvinskianus DC. English: daisy fleabane. New Holland daisy, bony-tip flea- bane Portuguese: floricos, ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature (1810)

Conyza limifolia, or flax-leaved fleabane : leaves linear-ianceolate, quite entire; corollas radiated. Stems a foot or a foot and half in height, erect, hardish, green ; leaves resembling those of mezercon or hyssop, only more obtuse, smooth, and ...

Google previewUniversal Technological Dictionary (1823)

Or, Familiar Explanation of the Terms Used in All Arts and Sciences : Containing Definitions Drawn from the Original Writers, and Illustrated by Plates, Diagrams, Cuts, &c by George Crabb

Great Fleabane, or Spikenard, a biennial, native of Germany.—Conyza scabra, Rough Fleabane, native of the East Indies.—Conyza }%. native of the East Indies. —Conyza patula, seu Serratula, an annual, native of China.-Conyza bifrons, seu ...

Google previewWyman's Gardening Encyclopedia (1986)

by Donald Wyman

annuus 5' annual American Fleabane Sometimes a biennial weed, common through much of North America. Leaves ...

Google previewA synopsis of British plants, in Mr. Ray's method, with their characters, descriptions ... and physical virtues ... with a Botanical Dictionary, etc (1744)

by John WILSON (Botanist.)

CONYZA, Fleabane. The roots are fibrous: The ss leaves are entire; and, for the most part, grow alternately: The stalks'shdot into several branches: The flowcrs are large and radiated, with a scaly expanded empalement. It is clammy, and has a ...

Google previewUniversal Technological Dictionary Or Familiar Explanation of the Terms Used in All Arts and Sciences (1823)

Containing Definitions Drawn from the Original Writers : in Two Volumes by George Crabb

Great Fleabane, or Spikenard, a biennial, native of Germany. — Conyza scabra, Rough Fleabane, native of the East Indies. — Conyza foliolosa, native of the East Indies. — Conyza patula, seu Scrratula, an annual, native of China. — Conyza ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis (1810)

by John Wilkes

Conyza linifolia, or flax-leaved fleabane: leaves linear-laziceolate, quite entire; corollas radiated. Stems afoot or a foot and half in height, erect, hardish, green ; leaves resembling those of mezereon or hystbp, only more obtuse, smooth, and ...

Google previewUniversal Technological Dictionary, Or Familiar Explanation of the Terms Used in All Arts and Sciences, Containing Definitions Drawn from the Original Writers and Illustrated by Plates, Epigrams, Cuts, &c. by George Crabb (1833)

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Great Fleabane, or Spi enard, a biennial, native of Germany.—C0nyza seabra, Rou h Fleabane, native of the East Indies.—Con_yza 'follofosa, native of the ...

Google previewChemical Dictionary of Economic Plants (2001)

by Jeffrey B. Harborne, Herbert Baxter

Fleabane. Frangula Alder Buckthorn Bark of Rhamnus frangula (=Frangula alnus) (Rham-...

Google previewA New Pronouncing Dictionary of Medicine (1892)

Being a Voluminous and Exhaustive Hand-book of Medical and Scientific Terminology by John Marie Keating, Henry Hamilton, John Chalmers Da Costa, Frederick A. Packard

Fleabane. The name (U. S. Ph.) for the herb of Erigeron heterophyllum and ...

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Small photo of Pot of blooming flowers of the Mexican fleabane also called Santa Barbara or Spanish daisy (Erigeron karvinskianus) a member of the asteraceae familySmall photo of Common Fleabane (Pulicaria dysenterica) Wildflower on the South West Coast Path and Tarka Trail between Braunton and Barnstaple in Rural Devon, England, UKSmall photo of Mexican Fleabane (Erigeron karvinskianus) Growing Around a Water Channel in a Country Cottage Garden in Rural Somerset, England, UKSmall photo of Spring roadside flowers "Philadelphia fleabane"Small photo of Mountain Fleabane - Mountain WildflowerSmall photo of "Mexican Fleabane" flower (or Mexican Daisy, Karwinsky’s Fleabane, American Fleabane) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its Latin name is Erigeron Karvinskianus (Syn Erigeron Mucronatus), native to Mexico.Small photo of pink Fleabane Flower More...

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Fleabane Meaning

Video shows what fleabane means. Any of various species of flowering plants, mostly in two subfamilies in Asteroideae, that typically repel insects: Astereae ...

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The value of this 8-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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