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Definition 1: wild or uncultivated flowering plant - [noun denoting plant]

Synonyms for wild flower in the sense of this definition

(wild flower is a kind of ...) a wild uncultivated plant (especially a wild apple or crabapple tree)

(wild flower is a kind of ...) plants having seeds in a closed ovary

(... is a kind of wild flower ) fleshy tawny or reddish saprophytic herb resembling the Indian pipe and growing in woodland humus of eastern North America; in some classifications placed in a separate genus Hypopitys

(... is a kind of wild flower ) a fleshy bright red saprophytic plant of the mountains of western North America that appears in early spring while snow is on the ground

(... is a kind of wild flower ) one of the most handsome prairie wildflowers having large erect bell-shaped bluish flowers; of moist places in prairies and fields from eastern Colorado and Nebraska south to New Mexico and Texas

(... is a kind of wild flower ) plant with leaves mostly at the base and openly branched clusters of small white flowers; western North America

(... is a kind of wild flower ) plant with basal leathery elliptic leaves and erect leafless flower stalks each bearing a dense roundish cluster of tiny white flowers; moist places of northwestern North America to Oregon and Idaho

(... is a kind of wild flower ) plant with mostly basal leaves and slender open racemes of white or pale pink flowers; prairies and open forest of northwestern United States to British Columbia and Alberta

(... is a kind of wild flower ) bog plant with broadly heart-shaped basal leaves and cream-colored or white saucer-shaped flowers with fringed petals; west of Rocky Mountains from Alaska to New Mexico

(... is a kind of wild flower ) plant growing in clumps with mostly basal leaves and cream-colored or pale pink fringed flowers in several long racemes; Alaska to coastal central California and east to Idaho

(... is a kind of wild flower ) small waxy white or pinkish-white saprophytic woodland plant having scalelike leaves and a nodding flower; turns black with age

(... is a kind of wild flower ) herb with basal leaves and leafy hairy stems bearing solitary flower heads with white or pale cream-colored rays; northwestern United States

(... is a kind of wild flower ) balsamic-resinous herb with clumps of lanceolate leaves and stout leafy stems ending in large deep yellow flowers on long stalks; northwestern United States

(... is a kind of wild flower ) perennial with sharply toothed triangular leaves on leafy stems bearing a cluster of yellow flower heads; moist places in mountains of western North America

(... is a kind of wild flower ) any of numerous chiefly summer-blooming and fall-blooming North American plants especially of the genus Solidago

(... is a kind of wild flower ) dark green erect herb of northwestern United States and southwestern Canada having stiff leaves in dense tufts and yellow flower heads; sometimes placed in genus Haplopappus

(... is a kind of wild flower ) lightly hairy rhizomatous perennial having aromatic feathery leaves and stems bearing open clusters of small buttonlike yellow flowers; sand dunes of Pacific coast of North America

(... is a kind of wild flower ) perennial having tufted basal leaves and short leafless stalks each bearing a solitary yellow flower head; dry hillsides and plains of west central North America

(... is a kind of wild flower ) whitish hairy plant with featherlike leaves and a few stout stems each bearing an especially handsome solitary large yellow flower head; mountainous regions north central United States

(... is a kind of wild flower ) European perennial naturalized throughout United States having hollow stems with a few long narrow tapered leaves and each bearing a solitary pale yellow flower

(... is a kind of wild flower ) weedy European annual with yellow flowers; naturalized in United States

(... is a kind of wild flower ) plant with tiny white flowers hanging in loose clusters on leafy stems; moist woods from Alaska to central California and east to Montana

(... is a kind of wild flower ) a plant of the genus Besseya having fluffy spikes of flowers

(... is a kind of wild flower ) any of various plants of the genus Castilleja having dense spikes of hooded flowers with brightly colored bracts

(... is a kind of wild flower ) plant having small narrow leaves and blue-violet flowers in long open clusters; Utah and Colorado to New Mexico and Arizona

(... is a kind of wild flower ) mat-forming plant with deep pink flowers on short erect leafy stems; rocky places at high elevations from Oregon to California

(... is a kind of wild flower ) fragrant puffed-up white to reddish-pink flowers in long narrow clusters on erect stems; Arizona to New Mexico and Utah

(... is a kind of wild flower ) erect stems with pinkish-lavender flowers in long interrupted clusters; Arizona

(... is a kind of wild flower ) one of the West's most beautiful wildflowers; large brilliant pink or rose flowers in many racemes above thick mats of stems and leaves; ledges and cliffs from Washington to California

(... is a kind of wild flower ) plant with whorls of small dark blue-violet flowers; Washington to Wyoming and south to California and Colorado

(... is a kind of wild flower ) whorls of deep blue to dark purple flowers at tips of erect leafy stems; moist places from British Columbia to Oregon

(... is a kind of wild flower ) wine and lavender to purple and black flowers in several clusters on the upper half of leafy stems; Montana south through the Rocky Mountains to Arizona and New Mexico

(... is a kind of wild flower ) low bushy plant with large showy pale lavender or blue-violet flowers in narrow clusters at ends of stems

(... is a kind of wild flower ) low plant with light blue and violet flowers in short clusters near tips of stems; Nevada to Utah

(... is a kind of wild flower ) white and lavender to pale-blue flowers grow in perfect rings of widely spaced bands around the stems forming a kind of pagoda; California

(... is a kind of wild flower ) small widely branching western plant with tiny blue-and-white flowers; British Columbia to Ontario and south to California and Colorado

(... is a kind of wild flower ) eastern United States plant with whorls of blue-and-white flowers

(... is a kind of wild flower ) plant of southwestern United States having long open clusters of scarlet flowers with yellow hairs on lower lip

(... is a kind of wild flower ) plant with bright red tubular flowers in long narrow clusters near tips of erect stems; coastal ranges from central California southward

(... is a kind of wild flower ) erect plant with blue-violet flowers in rings near tips of stems; Idaho to Utah and Wyoming

(... is a kind of wild flower ) mat-forming plant with blue and lavender flowers clustered on short erect stems; British Columbia to northern California

(... is a kind of wild flower ) stems in clumps with cream-colored flowers; found from Washington to Wyoming and southward to California and Utah

(... is a kind of wild flower ) a widely naturalized Eurasian herb with finely cut foliage and white compound umbels of small white or yellowish flowers and thin yellowish roots

(... is a kind of wild flower ) American ragwort with yellow flowers

(... is a kind of wild flower ) small early-flowering buttercup with shiny yellow flowers of western North America

(... is a kind of wild flower ) wildflower with heart-shaped leaves and broad yellow flower heads; of alpine areas west of the Rockies from Alaska to southern California

(... is a kind of wild flower ) herb of pasture and open woodland throughout most of Europe and western Asia having orange-yellow daisylike flower heads that when dried are used as a stimulant and to treat bruises and swellings

(... is a kind of wild flower ) any of various autumn-flowering perennials having white or pink to purple flowers that resemble asters; wild in moist soils from New Jersey to Florida and Texas

(... is a kind of wild flower ) Eurasian perennial herbs having daisylike flowers with yellow rays and dark centers

(... is a kind of wild flower ) any of several shrubby herbs or subshrubs of the genus Chrysopsis having bright golden-yellow flower heads that resemble asters; throughout much of United States and into Canada

(... is a kind of wild flower ) any of various plants of the genus Crepis having loose heads of yellow flowers on top of a long branched leafy stem; northern hemisphere

(... is a kind of wild flower ) fragrant rounded shrub of southwestern United States and adjacent Mexico having brittle stems and small crowded blue-green leaves and yellow flowers; produces a resin used in incense and varnish and in folk medicine

(... is a kind of wild flower ) herb having a basal cluster of grey-green leaves and leafless stalks each with a solitary broad yellow flower head; desert areas Idaho to Arizona

(... is a kind of wild flower ) tiny grey woolly tufted annual with small golden-yellow flower heads; southeastern California to northwestern Arizona and southwestern Utah; sometimes placed in genus Eriophyllum

(... is a kind of wild flower ) plant with fleshy roots and erect stems with narrow succulent leaves and one reddish-orange flower in each upper leaf axil; southwestern United States; Indians once cooked the fleshy roots

(... is a kind of wild flower ) any plant of the genus Pulsatilla; sometimes included in genus Anemone

(... is a kind of wild flower ) any of various herbs of the genus Thalictrum; sometimes rhizomatous or tuberous perennials found in damp shady places and meadows or stream banks; have lacy foliage and clouds of small purple or yellow flowers

(... is a kind of wild flower ) any of various plants of the genus Abronia of western North America and Mexico having flowers resembling verbena

(... is a kind of wild flower ) trailing plant having crowded clusters of 3 brilliant deep pink flowers resembling a single flower blooming near the ground; found in dry gravelly or sandy soil; southwestern United States and Mexico

(... is a kind of wild flower ) succulent carpet-forming plant having small brilliant reddish-pink flowers; southwestern United States

(... is a kind of wild flower ) evergreen perennial having a dense basal rosette of long spatula-shaped leaves and panicles of pink or white-and-red-striped or pink-purple flowers; found on cliffs and in rock crevices in mountains of southwestern Oregon and northern California

(... is a kind of wild flower ) showy succulent ground-hugging plant of Rocky Mountains regions having deep to pale pink flowers and fleshy farinaceous roots; the Montana state flower

(... is a kind of wild flower ) pink clusters of densely packed flowers on prostrate stems resemble upturned pads of cats' feet; grow in coniferous forests of western North America

(... is a kind of wild flower ) common erect hairy perennial of plains and prairies of southern and central United States having flowers that resemble sunflowers

(... is a kind of wild flower ) any of several North American plants of the genus Erigeron having daisylike flowers; formerly believed to repel fleas

(... is a kind of wild flower ) any plant of the genus Eriophyllum

(... is a kind of wild flower ) perennial herb closely resembling European edelweiss; New Zealand

(... is a kind of wild flower ) any of various North American plants of the genus Liatris having racemes or panicles of small discoid flower heads

(... is a kind of wild flower ) wild aster with fernlike leaves and flower heads with very narrow bright purple rays; Alberta to Texas and Mexico

(... is a kind of wild flower ) wild aster having leafy stems and flower heads with narrow bright reddish-lavender or purple rays; western Colorado to Arizona

(... is a kind of wild flower ) wild aster having greyish leafy stems and flower heads with narrow pale lavender or violet rays; of rocky desert slopes California to Arizona and Utah

(... is a kind of wild flower ) California annual having red-brown spots near the base of its yellow flower rays

(... is a kind of wild flower ) bushy subshrub having flower heads that resemble asters with broad white rays; found in desert areas of Arizona east to Kansas and south to Mexico

(... is a kind of wild flower ) a wildflower of the genus Ratibida

(... is a kind of wild flower ) alpine perennial plant native to Europe having leaves covered with whitish down and small flower heads held in stars of glistening whitish bracts

(... is a kind of wild flower ) any of various common wildflowers of the genus Leontodon; of temperate Eurasia to Mediterranean regions

(... is a kind of wild flower ) any plant of western America of the genus Gaillardia having hairy leaves and long-stalked flowers in hot vibrant colors from golden yellow and copper to rich burgundy

(... is a kind of wild flower ) slender hairy plant with few leaves and golden-yellow flower heads; sandy desert areas of southeastern California to southwestern Utah and western Arizona and northwestern Mexico

(... is a kind of wild flower ) a plant of the genus Haplopappus

(... is a kind of wild flower ) any North American shrubby perennial herb of the genus Heliopsis having large yellow daisylike flowers

(... is a kind of wild flower ) hairy perennial with yellow flower heads in branched clusters; found almost everywhere in dry places from Canada to west central and western United States; sometimes placed in genus Chrysopsis

(... is a kind of wild flower ) low tufted plant having hairy stems each topped by a flower head with short narrow yellow rays; northwestern United States

(... is a kind of wild flower ) similar to but smaller than alpine hulsea

(... is a kind of wild flower ) small slender woolly annual with very narrow opposite leaves and branches bearing solitary golden-yellow flower heads; southwestern Oregon to Baja California and Arizona; often cultivated

(... is a kind of wild flower ) plant with erect leafy stems bearing clusters of rayless yellow flower heads on bent individual stalks; moist regions of southwestern United States

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