blazing star

Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to blazing star: bee balm
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for blazing star

biennial of southwestern United States having white stems and toothed leaves that is grown for its large pale yellow flowers that open in early morning

any of various North American plants of the genus Liatris having racemes or panicles of small discoid flower heads

References in periodicals archive ?
Apiaceae), rough blazing star (Liatris aspera Michx.
Some hardy cactus and self-sowing annuals such as desert bluebells (Phacelia campanularia) and blazing star (Mentzelia lindleyi) mingle throughout.
Saturday, November 3, 8:30 am - 2:00 pm, in the Meadow Creek neighborhood of Raleigh (corner of Rock Quarry Road and Blazing Star Lane), REALTOR[R] volunteers will work side-by-side with Meadow Creek residents to improvelandscaping, provide fencing, a pet waste station, irrigation system repairs and more.
Sparks says the excess of deer on Block Island is intimidating fragile habitats that keep a prosperity of exclusive varieties, such as the federally endangered northern blazing star.
Puente-Brancato has received numerous awards including Enterprising Woman of the Year, Latina Entrepreneur of the Year, Fort Worth and Texas Hispanic Business Woman of the Year, Blazing Star Award, Latina Women's Recognition Award, Dallas Business Journal Most Influential Woman Award, and Retail Concessionaire of the Year.
For butterflies, he suggests bee balm, black-eyed susan, turtle-head, blazing star, solidago golden rod, ironweed, joe pyeweed, spice bush, rhododendron and sweet pepper bush.
com offers seeds for wildflowers including baby blue eyes, bird's eyes, blazing star, blue sage, California poppy, chicory, four-o'clock, forget-me-not, Johnny jump-up and primroses.
Listed species addressed in the recovery plan include an endangered plant, the Amargosa niterwort (Nitrophila mohavensis); six threatened plants, the spring-loving centaury (Centaurium namophilum), Ash Meadows ivesia (Ivesia eremica), Ash Meadows blazing star (Mentzelia leucophylla), Ash Meadows milkvetch (Astragalus phoenix), Ash Meadows sunray (Enceliopsis nudicaulis var.
And the blazing star warned one stunned spectator: "If you don't put that away I'll wrap it around your neck
Humana Market CEO Honored along with Blazing Star Winners and Other Women Business Leaders at Stars across Texas Luncheon
THIS week we have an amazing deal, a pack of 20 Blazing Star (liatris) for only pounds 3.
com offers seeds for baby blue eyes, bird's eyes, blazing star, blue sage, California poppy, chicory, four o'clock, forget-me-not, Johnny jump-up and primroses along with other wildflowers.
Tentative List of 2003 Priority Burns on Conservancy Preserves Bluestem Prairie SNA , Clay County Blazing Star Prairie SNA, Clay County Staffanson Prairie, Douglas County Strandness Prairie, Pope County Miller Prairie, Traverse County Red Rock Prairie, Cottonwood County South Heron Lake, Jackson County Blue Gentian Prairie, Jackson County Hole-in-the-Mountain Prairie, Lincoln County Chippewa Prairie, Chippewa County Plover Prairie, Lac Qui Parle County Norway Dunes Preserve, Kittson County Wallace C.
In addition, the team maintains wildflower gardens, which include several plants known to be used by local pollinating species, such as purple coneflower, Joe-Pye weed, tall coreopsis, spiked blazing star, milkweed, blue vervain and wild bergamot.