goatsbeard definition

  • noun:
    • any one of a few Eurasian species of the genus Tragopogon, especially T. pratensis, a weed widely naturalized in east North America, having grasslike leaves and yellow, dandelionlike rose heads.
    • Any of several Eurasian types of the genus Tragopogon, specifically T. pratensis, a weed extensively naturalized in east united states, having grasslike leaves and yellow, dandelionlike rose minds.
    • A genus (Aruncus) of dioecious flowers, indigenous to the north temperate and subarctic zones, having bi- to tri-pinnately ingredient leaves and a sizable panicle of small white plants.
    • A genus (Aruncus) of dioecious flowers, native to the north temperate and subarctic zones, having bi- to tri-pinnately compound leaves and a large panicle of small white blossoms.
    • Alternative spelling of goat's-beard.
    • Alternative spelling of goat's beard.
    • weedy European yearly with yellow flowers; naturalized in usa
    • weedy European yearly with yellow plants; naturalized in usa
    • Any of a few Eurasian species of the genus Tragopogon, specially T. pratensis, a weed extensively naturalized in east the united states, having grasslike leaves and yellow, dandelionlike flower heads.
    • A genus (Aruncus) of dioecious flowers, native to the north temperate and subarctic areas, having bi- to tri-pinnately chemical leaves and a sizable panicle of little white plants.
    • alternate spelling of goat's-beard.
    • weedy European annual with yellow flowers; naturalized in United States
    • any one of a few Eurasian species of the genus Tragopogon, particularly T. pratensis, a weed commonly naturalized in eastern North America, having grasslike leaves and yellowish, dandelionlike flower heads.
    • any one of a few Eurasian species of the genus Tragopogon, specifically T. pratensis, a weed widely naturalized in eastern united states, having grasslike leaves and yellowish, dandelionlike flower minds.
    • A genus (Aruncus) of dioecious plants, native to the north temperate and subarctic zones, having bi- to tri-pinnately element leaves and a large panicle of tiny white blossoms.
    • A genus (Aruncus) of dioecious plants, indigenous to the north temperate and subarctic areas, having bi- to tri-pinnately mixture leaves and a large panicle of little white blossoms.
    • Alternative spelling of goat's-beard.
    • alternate spelling of goat's beard.
    • weedy European annual with yellowish flowers; naturalized in united states of america
    • weedy European yearly with yellowish blossoms; naturalized in US
    • any one of several Eurasian types of the genus Tragopogon, specifically T. pratensis, a weed extensively naturalized in eastern the united states, having grasslike leaves and yellow, dandelionlike rose heads.
    • A genus (Aruncus) of dioecious flowers, indigenous to the north temperate and subarctic zones, having bi- to tri-pinnately chemical leaves and a big panicle of little white flowers.
    • Alternative spelling of goat's-beard.
    • weedy European annual with yellowish blossoms; naturalized in usa
    • any one of several Eurasian types of the genus Tragopogon, specifically T. pratensis, a weed commonly naturalized in east the united states, having grasslike leaves and yellow, dandelionlike flower minds.
    • some of a few Eurasian types of the genus Tragopogon, specially T. pratensis, a weed commonly naturalized in eastern united states, having grasslike leaves and yellow, dandelionlike flower heads.
    • A genus (Aruncus) of dioecious flowers, native to the north temperate and subarctic areas, having bi- to tri-pinnately chemical leaves and a large panicle of tiny white blossoms.
    • A genus (Aruncus) of dioecious plants, indigenous to the north temperate and subarctic areas, having bi- to tri-pinnately substance leaves and a large panicle of small white blossoms.
    • alternate spelling of goat's beard.
    • weedy European yearly with yellow plants; naturalized in US
    • alternate spelling of goat's-beard.
    • weedy European yearly with yellowish flowers; naturalized in United States
    • any one of a few Eurasian types of the genus Tragopogon, especially T. pratensis, a weed widely naturalized in east the united states, having grasslike leaves and yellow, dandelionlike rose heads.
    • A genus (Aruncus) of dioecious plants, indigenous to the north temperate and subarctic areas, having bi- to tri-pinnately element leaves and a sizable panicle of small white plants.
    • Alternative spelling of goat's beard.
    • some of a number of Eurasian species of the genus Tragopogon, specially T. pratensis, a weed extensively naturalized in east united states, having grasslike leaves and yellowish, dandelionlike flower heads.
    • Any of several Eurasian types of the genus Tragopogon, especially T. pratensis, a weed extensively naturalized in eastern North America, having grasslike leaves and yellowish, dandelionlike rose heads.
    • A genus (Aruncus) of dioecious plants, indigenous to the north temperate and subarctic zones, having bi- to tri-pinnately chemical leaves and a large panicle of tiny white plants.
    • A genus (Aruncus) of dioecious plants, indigenous to the north temperate and subarctic areas, having bi- to tri-pinnately element leaves and a large panicle of tiny white plants.
    • Alternative spelling of goat's beard.
    • alternate spelling of goat's beard.
    • weedy European annual with yellow flowers; naturalized in United States
    • weedy European annual with yellowish blossoms; naturalized in US
    • some of a few Eurasian species of the genus Tragopogon, particularly T. pratensis, a weed widely naturalized in eastern North America, having grasslike leaves and yellowish, dandelionlike rose minds.
    • any one of several Eurasian types of the genus Tragopogon, especially T. pratensis, a weed extensively naturalized in east united states, having grasslike leaves and yellow, dandelionlike flower minds.
    • A genus (Aruncus) of dioecious flowers, indigenous to the north temperate and subarctic areas, having bi- to tri-pinnately element leaves and a sizable panicle of little white flowers.
    • weedy European annual with yellowish plants; naturalized in usa
    • A genus (Aruncus) of dioecious flowers, indigenous to the north temperate and subarctic areas, having bi- to tri-pinnately mixture leaves and a sizable panicle of little white flowers.
    • alternate spelling of goat's beard.
    • alternate spelling of goat's-beard.
    • weedy European annual with yellowish plants; naturalized in US
    • weedy European yearly with yellow plants; naturalized in United States

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