Definition of Orange milkwort
1. Noun. Bog plant of pine barrens of southeastern United States having spikes of irregular yellow-orange flowers.
Generic synonyms: Milkwort
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Literary usage of Orange milkwort
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1. Flora of Pennsylvania by Thomas Conrad Porter (1903)
"Racemes lax, not spike-like. 9. P. polygama. Flowers 1-4, axillary to leaf-like bracts. 10. P. paucifolia. 1. Polygala lútea L. orange milkwort. ( Man. p. ..."
2. Water-lilies and how to Grow Them: With Chapters on the Proper Making of by Henry Shoemaker Conard, Henri Hus (1907)
"... VARIOUS HEIGHTS Less than one foot high : Water arum Moneywort Water mint American pennyroyal Buckbean Forget-me-not orange milkwort Mandrake One to two ..."
3. Maryland Weather Service: Reports by Maryland Weather Service (1910)
"orange milkwort. Polygala cruciata L. Cross-leaved Milkwort. Throughout the state; in moist sandy situations; frequent. Cecil County, Hog Hills (370). ..."