Eriogonum angulosum facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsEriogonum angulosum
Eriogonum angulosum is a species of wild buckwheat known by the common name anglestem buckwheat.
Eriogonum angulosum is an annual herb producing a spreading to erect stem up to 90 centimetres (35 in) tall. The leaves are located about the base of the plant and on the lower stem. They are lance-shaped and usually quite woolly in texture.
Most of the stem is made up of the inflorescence, an angled, grooved cyme with bell-shaped clusters of flowers at the tips of the branches. The individual flowers are only about a millimeter long and are white to pink-tinged in color with protruding stamens.
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