bugbane


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  • noun

Synonyms for bugbane

North American plant having large leaves and yellowish green flowers growing in racemes

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Other CCAs in various stages of development or implementation across the country include those to protect such species as the Oregon spotted frog, the Arizona bugbane, and the Cossatot leafcup in Arkansas.
While the slender, arching inflorescences of Bugbane (Cimicifuga simplex) may be fading, or beaten down by a rainstorm, the Japanese anemones, so valuable for their late flowering, are abundant, flowering in the stoniest of places.
Black cohosh, also known as baneberry, black snakeroot, bugbane, rattleweed and rattleroot, grows in eastern North America, from southern Maine to Georgia (Ramsey, 1997).
Most recently, a Conservation Agreement was signed on February 26, 1999, for the Arizona bugbane (Cimicifuga arizonica), a herbaceous plant in the buttercup family.
Campanulas, roses, gloriosa daisies, bugbane, summer phlox, purple coneflower, hollyhocks, Michaelmas daisies, Japanese anemone, and chrysanthemums.