[ ˈə͡ʊkliːf ɡˈuːsfʊt], [ ˈəʊkliːf ɡˈuːsfʊt], [ ˈəʊ_k_l_iː_f ɡ_ˈuː_s_f_ʊ_t]
How to use "Oakleaf goosefoot" in context?
Oakleaf Goosefoot is an invasive weed found throughout North America. It is a small, weedy plant that can become a problem when it takes over an area, displacing other plants.
Oakleaf Goosefoot is a biennial herb that grows to a height of 0.3 to 1.0 m. The plant has smooth, green leaves that are 2-4 cm long and 0.8-1.8 cm wide. The leaves are arranged in opposite pairs on the stem. The flowers are small, white, and borne on a short stem. The seeds are released from the plant in small capsules.
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