[ mˈɛzəɹɪən], [ mˈɛzəɹɪən], [ m_ˈɛ_z_ə_ɹ_ɪ__ə_n]
How to use "Mezereon" in context?
Mezereon is a genus of wildflowers in the dogbane family, Boraginaceae. The name honors French botanist Jean Francois Mezereau.
There are about 10 species of mezereon, found across much of subtropical and tropical America. The flowers are strikingly colorful, with a variety of shades of yellow, orange, red, and purple. They are popular in wildflower gardens, and can be growing in groups or as single plants.
The mezereon family is known for some of the Strangler Fig species, like Ficus Strangler, F. microphylla.
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