Wright buckwheat

noun \ˈrīt-\
variants: or

Wright's buckwheat

Definition of Wright buckwheat

  1. :  a woody-stemmed perennial (Eriogonum wrightii) of the desert regions of the southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico having white or light pink flowers

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Origin and Etymology of wright buckwheat

after Charles Wright †1885 American botanical explorer

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