[ mˈuːn dˈe͡ɪzi], [ mˈuːn dˈeɪzi], [ m_ˈuː_n d_ˈeɪ_z_i]
How to use "Moon daisy" in context?
The moon daisy (Heliotropium arvense) is a flowering plant in the family Asteraceae. It is found in eastern Canada, the eastern and central United States, Mexico, Central America, the South America, and Europe.
The plant grows to a height of . The flowers are white, with a central yellow disc and five yellow petals. They are pollinated by moths, which are attracted to the nectar that is in the flower.
The moon daisy is used for medicinal purposes in some countries. In some people, it is used to treat anxiety, depression, and headaches.
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