: a European hawkweed (Picris echioides) that has yellow flowers and is now naturalized in the eastern U.S.
Examples of oxtongue in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebAmong the edible weeds spotted on the South Hayward walk: mallow, sow thistle, oxalis, stork’s bill, bristly oxtongue, dandelions, wild lettuce, plantain and clover.
Rebecca Parr, The Mercury News, 24 Mar. 2017
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