(Senecio) This is a large group of hardy and tender annuals and perennials that may have shrubby, herbaceous, or climbing growth. Senecios are found wild in almost every country, especially in southern Europe; others are found in South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, China, Japan, the United States ...
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[n] - Eurasian weed with heads of small yellow flowers
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A 'nuisance' weed which can be found anywhere. Popular for feeding cage birds and rabbits.
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Ground'sel noun [ Middle English grundswilie , Anglo-Saxon grundeswylige , grundeswelge , earlier gundiswilge ; gund matter, pus + swelgan to swallow. So named as being good for a running from the eye. See ...
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<botany> An annual composite plant (Senecio vulgaris) one of the most common, and widely distributed weeds on the globe. ... Origin: OE. Grundswilie, AS. Gpundeswylige, grundeswelge, earlier gundiswilge; gund matter, pus + swelgan to swallow. So named as being good for a running from the eye. ...
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• (v.) An annual composite plant (Senecio vulgaris), one of the most common and widely distributed weeds on the globe. • (n.) Alt. of Groundsill
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any of about 1,200 species of annual, biennial, and perennial herbs, shrubs, trees, and climbers constituting the genus Senecio of the family ... [3 related articles]
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groundsel (ground'sul) , any plant of the very large genus Senecio, widely distributed herbs and (in the tropics) shrubs or trees of the family Asteraceae (aster family). Many grow as vines. Most North American species have small, yellow, daisylike flowers; they are especially abundant in the pl...
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Groundsel (Senecio) is a genus of plants of the family Compositae native to Europe, Asia and Northern Africa. The plants are emollient, have a slightly acid taste and is rejected by most animals except pigs and goats and particularly rabbits which love to eat it. The plants are a common weed in Brit...
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1) Senecio vulgaris 2) Weed
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