Lysimachia

Lysimachia nemorum (yellow pimpernel) Lysimachia nummularia (creeping Jenny) Lysimachia ə is a genus of flowering plants traditionally classified in the family Primulaceae. According to a molecular phylogenetic study it belongs in the family Myrsinaceae . ==Characteristics== Lysimachia species often have yellow flowers, and grow vigorously. They ...
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Lysimachia

(Creeping Charlie, Creeping Jennie, Garden Loosestrife, Gooseneck Loosestrife, Loosestrife, Moneywort) Golden Globes.These hardy and tender perennials and annuals are found throughout the temperate and subtropical regions of the Northern Hemisphere. A few grow wild in Australia, South Africa and South America. Few of the Loosestrifes have value ...
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Lysimachia

genus Lysimachia noun loosestrife: a cosmopolitan genus found in damp or swampy terrain having usually yellow flowers; inclined to be invasive
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Lysimachia

[Thrace] Lysimachia (Λυσιμάχια or Λυσιμάχεια) was an important Hellenistic Greek town on the north-western extremity of the Thracian Chersonese (the modern Gallipoli peninsula) in the neck where the peninsula joins the mainland in what is now the European part of Turkey, not far from the bay of Melas (the modern Gulf of S...
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Lysimachia

Lysimachia is a genus of flowering plants of the family Primulaceae. They are mostly natives of the northern temperate regions, but a few species are tropical. The flowers are usually characterised by a five-cleft calyx, a five-cleft rotate or funnel-shaped corolla, and a capsule opening by valves.
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Lysimachia

[n] - loosestrife: a cosmopolitan genus found in damp or swampy terrain having usually yellow flowers
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