[ jˌuːpɐtˈɔːɹi͡əm pɜːfˈə͡ʊlɪˈɑːtəm], [ jˌuːpɐtˈɔːɹiəm pɜːfˈəʊlɪˈɑːtəm], [ j_ˌuː_p_ɐ_t_ˈɔː_ɹ_iə_m p_ɜː_f_ˈəʊ_l_ɪ__ˈɑː_t_ə_m]
How to use "Eupatorium perfoliatum" in context?
The common name for this plant, Eupatorium Perfoliatum, is derived from the Latin per foliatum, meaning "by the leaves." The Eupatorium genus is typically found near water and in moist soil. E. perfoliatum is a perennial forb that can grow to be a foot or more tall. The leaves are oblong, with a serrated margin, and the flowers are borne in groups of three. The flowers are a deep purple, and are pollinated by bees.
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