Mentzelia

Mentzelia is a genus of about 60-70 species of flowering plants in the family Loasaceae, native to the Americas. The genus comprises annual, biennial, and perennial herbaceous plants and a few shrubs. They are commonly called blazing stars or stickleafs; other names include `evening stars` and `moonflowers`. ==Selected species== ...
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Mentzelia

(Bartonia, Blazing Star) This is a small group of erect growing annuals and biennials that come from North and South America. Their foliage is waxy, cut or toothed and 2 to 3 inches in length. The pretty, fragrant flowers grow up to 5 inches across and can resemble those of the daisy, cactus or passiflora. They are a creamy white to a greenish yell...
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Mentzelia

(from the article `Loasaceae`) The clusters of red-orange, pouchlike petals of C. lateritia measure about 5 cm (2 inches) across, on a twining plant up to 6 metres (about 20 feet) ...
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Mentzelia

genus Mentzelia noun genus of bristly herbs or subshrubs of western America lacking stinging hairs
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Mentzelia

Mentzelia is a genus of half-hardy herbaceous plants belonging to the family Losaceae. They are mostly natives of North America and bear coarsely dentate leaves, and generally large beautiful flowers.
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Mentzelia

[n] - genus of bristly herbs or subshrubs of western America lacking stinging hairs
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