oak–leaved goosefoot

variants: less commonly

oak leaf goosefoot

Definition of oak–leaved goosefoot

  1. :  an annual European goosefoot (Chenopodium glaucum) that has leaves farinose beneath with inflated white hairs and greenish flowers in axillary or terminal spikes and that is common as a weed in the northern part of the U.S. and Canada

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