Lythrum

Lythrum is a genus of 38 species of flowering plants native to the temperate world. Commonly known as loosestrife (a name they share with Lysimachia, which are not closely related). They are among 32 genera of the family Lythraceae. They are herbaceous annuals or perennials. Typically they have square stems, narrow stalkless leaves, and spikes of ...
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Lythrum

(Loosestrife) These hardy perennials are natives to North America, Asia, Africa and Europe. Lythrums grow up to 3 feet high and are great for planting near the water, in bog gardens and anywhere the soil remains fairly moist. L. salicaria variety Feuerkerze, Purple Loosestrife, is an erect-growing plant with oval to narrowly lance-shaped, mid-green...
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Lythrum

[n] - loosestrife
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Lythrum

genus Lythrum noun loosestrife
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Lythrum

Lythrum is a genus of plants, the type of the order Lythraceae. Luythrum salicaria, purple loosestrife, is a tall and handsome British plant.
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