[ vaksˈɪni͡əm ə͡ʊvˈɑːtəm], [ vaksˈɪniəm əʊvˈɑːtəm], [ v_a_k_s_ˈɪ_n_iə_m əʊ_v_ˈɑː_t_ə_m]
Related words: Vaccinium Ovatum, Canadian Pacific, vaccinium ovatum, Oregon Oregonian
How to use "Vaccinium ovatum" in context?
Vaccinium Ovatum, or Blue Loafer Aster, is a wildflower native to central and eastern North America. It is a perennial that grows up to three feet tall. The foliage is blue-green and a attractive feature of the Aster family. The flowers are small, blue, and have a sweet fragrance. The blue loafer aster flowers in early summer, and the fruits are tiny, shiny blue capsules.
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