[ bɹˈuːm snˈe͡ɪkwiːd], [ bɹˈuːm snˈeɪkwiːd], [ b_ɹ_ˈuː_m s_n_ˈeɪ_k_w_iː_d]
How to use "Broom snakeweed" in context?
Broom snakeweed is a vining plant that is endemic to the eastern United States. It is a member of the Aristolochiaceae family and is known by the common name of broom snakeweed. The plant grows up to 1.5 meters tall and has long, spreading vines. The stems are covered in coarse, bristly hairs. The leaves are divided into three linear to lance-shaped segments and are a deep green color. The flowers are pink or purple and are located in clusters at the end of the long vine. The fruit is a globular pod about 5 centimeters wide.
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