red bartsia


Definition of red bartsia

  1. :  a European annual herb (Odontites serotina) of the family Scrophulariaceae that is naturalized in northeastern North America, and that has oblong-lanceolate remotely serrate leaves and rose-red flowers in elongated spikes

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