What is another word for lysimachia?

Pronunciation: [lˌa͡ɪsɪmˈe͡ɪʃə] (IPA)

Lysimachia is a genus of flowering plants that belongs to the Primulaceae family. It includes several species that are often used in gardens for their attractive yellow flowers. There are a few synonyms for the word lysimachia that can be used interchangeably. These include the common name loosestrife, as well as yellow pimpernel, moneywort, creeping jenny, and golden jenny. These synonyms may differ in usage based on geographic location and may have regional variations. However, they all refer to the same genus of plants that are known for their bright, cheerful blooms and low maintenance requirements.

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Usage examples for Lysimachia

The Radix Personata mounting with their young Heads, lysimachia siliquosa glabra minor, when fresh and tender, begins to come into the Sallet-Tribe.
"Acetaria: A Discourse of Sallets"
John Evelyn
Finding lysimachia deserted, he took it as his own desert; when the Romans, growing jealous of his success in the predatory line, declared that they should regard, as a direct opposition to Rome, any further acts of plunder.
"The Comic History of Rome"
Gilbert Abbott Becket

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