[ vˈɛlvɪtlˈiːf], [ vˈɛlvɪtlˈiːf], [ v_ˈɛ_l_v_ɪ_t_l_ˈiː_f]
How to use "Velvet-leaf" in context?
Most frequently, velvet-leaf is seen in the eastern and southeastern United States, where it grows in sandy soils. Occasionally, it can be found in moist soils. The leaves are elliptical in shape and grow 6-8 inches long. The flowers are yellow and pollinated by bees.
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