[ vˈɜːbaskəm lɪt͡ʃnˈa͡ɪtɪs], [ vˈɜːbaskəm lɪtʃnˈaɪtɪs], [ v_ˈɜː_b_a_s_k_ə_m l_ɪ_tʃ_n_ˈaɪ_t_ɪ_s]
Related words: Verbascum Lychnitis uses, Verbascum Lychnitis plant, Verbascum Lychnitis seeds, Verbascum Lychnitis flower uses, Verbascum Lychnitis plant uses
How to use "Verbascum lychnitis" in context?
Verbascum Lychnitis is a common and easily recognizable plant species in North America. It is a perennial herb that typically grows to around one metre tall, but can reach up to three metres in height. The leaves are ovate to lance-shaped, and are green in colour with a red border. The flowers are blue, and are arranged in nodding spikes. The seeds are black, and are enclosed in a white pod. Verbascum Lychnitis is native to central and eastern North America, and can be found in moist areas such as river banks, meadows, and forest floor.
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