filaree definition

  • noun:
    • See alfilaria.
    • In California, either of two types of stork's-bill, Erodium cicutarium and E. moschatum; alfilerilla.
    • European grass naturalized in southwestern usa and Mexico having reddish decumbent stems with little fernlike leaves and little deep reddish-lavender plants accompanied by slim fresh fruits that stick straight up; usually grown for forage
    • See alfilaria.
    • See alfilaria.
    • In California, either of two species of stork's-bill, Erodium cicutarium and E. moschatum; alfilerilla.
    • In Ca, either of two types of stork's bill, Erodium cicutarium and E. moschatum; alfilerilla.
    • European grass naturalized in southwestern United States and Mexico having reddish decumbent stems with tiny fernlike leaves and little deep reddish-lavender blossoms followed closely by slender fruits that stick upright; often grown for forage
    • European weed naturalized in southwestern United States and Mexico having reddish decumbent stems with little fernlike leaves and small deep reddish-lavender blossoms accompanied by slender fresh fruits that stick straight-up; often grown for forage
    • See alfilaria.
    • In Ca, either of two species of stork's bill, Erodium cicutarium and E. moschatum; alfilerilla.
    • European grass naturalized in southwestern United States and Mexico having reddish decumbent stems with little fernlike leaves and tiny deep reddish-lavender blossoms accompanied by slender fresh fruits that stick upright; frequently grown for forage
    • See alfilaria.
    • See alfilaria.
    • In California, either of two types of stork's bill, Erodium cicutarium and E. moschatum; alfilerilla.
    • In California, either of two species of stork's-bill, Erodium cicutarium and E. moschatum; alfilerilla.
    • See alfilaria.
    • European grass naturalized in southwestern usa and Mexico having reddish decumbent stems with tiny fernlike leaves and tiny deep reddish-lavender flowers followed by thin fresh fruits that stick directly; usually grown for forage
    • European weed naturalized in southwestern united states of america and Mexico having reddish decumbent stems with little fernlike leaves and little deep reddish-lavender blossoms followed closely by thin fresh fruits that stick straight-up; usually grown for forage
    • In Ca, either of two types of stork's-bill, Erodium cicutarium and E. moschatum; alfilerilla.
    • European grass naturalized in southwestern usa and Mexico having reddish decumbent stems with tiny fernlike leaves and little deep reddish-lavender flowers accompanied by slender fruits that stick directly; frequently grown for forage
    • See alfilaria.
    • In California, either of two species of stork's bill, Erodium cicutarium and E. moschatum; alfilerilla.
    • European weed naturalized in southwestern United States and Mexico having reddish decumbent stems with little fernlike leaves and little deep reddish-lavender flowers accompanied by thin fruits that stick straight-up; often cultivated for forage

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