Definition of Trilisa
: a genus of herbs (family Compositae) of the southern U.S. distinguished from Liatris by the corymbose panicles of flower heads and involucral bracts of two or three series only — see wild vanilla
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Origin and Etymology of trilisa
New Latin, anagram of Liatris
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