What is another word for velvet-leaf?

11 synonyms found


[ vˈɛlvɪtlˈiːf], [ vˈɛlvɪtlˈiːf], [ v_ˈɛ_l_v_ɪ_t_l_ˈiː_f]

Velvet-leaf is a weed that is native to Asia and is known for its velvety soft leaves. This invasive plant is also known by a variety of other names such as Indian mallow, China jute, and butter-print. The plant's large heart-shaped leaves are often a deep green color and can grow to be several inches wide. As the plant matures, it produces pale yellow flowers that are shaped like saucers. Velvet-leaf has become a major problem for farmers and gardeners alike because of its quick growth and ability to choke out other plants. To get rid of this pesky weed, it is important to identify it by its many names and understand its growth habits.

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