wild flower

wild flower
noun
wild or uncultivated flowering plant
Syn: ↑wildflower
Hypernyms: ↑angiosperm, ↑flowering plant, ↑wilding
Hyponyms:
sagebrush buttercup, ↑Ranunculus glaberrimus, ↑pasqueflower, ↑pasque flower, ↑meadow rue, ↑sand verbena, ↑trailing four o'clock, ↑trailing windmills, ↑Allionia incarnata, ↑red maids, ↑redmaids, ↑Calandrinia ciliata, ↑siskiyou lewisia, ↑Lewisia cotyledon, ↑bitterroot, ↑Lewisia rediviva, ↑pussy-paw, ↑pussy-paws, ↑pussy's-paw, ↑Spraguea umbellatum, ↑Calyptridium umbellatum, ↑flame flower, ↑flame-flower, ↑flameflower, ↑Talinum aurantiacum, ↑woolly daisy, ↑dwarf daisy, ↑Antheropeas wallacei, ↑Eriophyllum wallacei, ↑heartleaf arnica, ↑Arnica cordifolia, ↑Arnica montana, ↑false chamomile, ↑oxeye, ↑golden aster, ↑hawk's-beard, ↑hawk's-beards, ↑brittlebush, ↑brittle bush, ↑incienso, ↑Encelia farinosa, ↑sunray, ↑Enceliopsis nudicaulis, ↑engelmannia, ↑fleabane, ↑woolly sunflower, ↑gaillardia, ↑desert sunflower, ↑Gerea canescens, ↑goldenbush, ↑heliopsis, ↑hairy golden aster, ↑prairie golden aster, ↑Heterotheca villosa, ↑Chrysopsis villosa, ↑alpine gold, ↑alpine hulsea, ↑Hulsea algida, ↑dwarf hulsea, ↑Hulsea nana, ↑goldfields, ↑Lasthenia chrysostoma, ↑hawkbit, ↑edelweiss, ↑Leontopodium alpinum, ↑north island edelweiss, ↑Leucogenes leontopodium, ↑blazing star, ↑button snakeroot, ↑gayfeather, ↑gay-feather, ↑snakeroot, ↑tahoka daisy, ↑tansy leaf aster, ↑Machaeranthera tanacetifolia, ↑sticky aster, ↑Machaeranthera bigelovii, ↑Mojave aster, ↑Machaeranthera tortifoloia, ↑common madia, ↑common tarweed, ↑Madia elegans, ↑blackfoot daisy, ↑Melampodium leucanthum, ↑coneflower, ↑nodding groundsel, ↑Senecio bigelovii, ↑butterweed, ↑ragwort, ↑Senecio glabellus, ↑arrowleaf groundsel, ↑Senecio triangularis, ↑goldenrod, ↑stemless golden weed, ↑Stenotus acaulis, ↑Haplopappus acaulis, ↑northern dune tansy, ↑Tanacetum douglasii, ↑stemless hymenoxys, ↑Tetraneuris acaulis, ↑Hymenoxys acaulis, ↑old man of the mountain, ↑alpine sunflower, ↑Tetraneuris grandiflora, ↑Hymenoxys grandiflora, ↑yellow salsify, ↑Tragopogon dubius, ↑meadow salsify, ↑goatsbeard, ↑shepherd's clock, ↑Tragopogon pratensis, ↑mule's ears, ↑Wyethia amplexicaulis, ↑white-rayed mule's ears, ↑Wyethia helianthoides, ↑Indian pipe, ↑waxflower, ↑Monotropa uniflora, ↑pinesap, ↑false beachdrops, ↑Monotropa hypopithys, ↑snow plant, ↑Sarcodes sanguinea, ↑prairie gentian, ↑tulip gentian, ↑bluebell, ↑Eustoma grandiflorum, ↑coast boykinia, ↑Boykinia elata, ↑Boykinia occidentalis, ↑leatherleaf saxifrage, ↑Leptarrhena pyrolifolia, ↑prairie star, ↑Lithophragma parviflorum, ↑fringed grass of Parnassus, ↑Parnassia fimbriata, ↑false alumroot, ↑fringe cups, ↑Tellima grandiflora, ↑false miterwort, ↑false mitrewort, ↑Tiarella unifoliata, ↑kitten-tails, ↑Indian paintbrush, ↑painted cup, ↑purple chinese houses, ↑innocense, ↑Collinsia bicolor, ↑Collinsia heterophylla, ↑maiden blue-eyed Mary, ↑Collinsia parviflora, ↑blue-eyed Mary, ↑Collinsia verna, ↑golden-beard penstemon, ↑Penstemon barbatus, ↑scarlet bugler, ↑Penstemon centranthifolius, ↑Platte River penstemon, ↑Penstemon cyananthus, ↑Davidson's penstemon, ↑Penstemon davidsonii, ↑hot-rock penstemon, ↑Penstemon deustus, ↑Jones' penstemon, ↑Penstemon dolius, ↑shrubby penstemon, ↑lowbush penstemon, ↑Penstemon fruticosus, ↑narrow-leaf penstemon, ↑Penstemon linarioides, ↑mountain pride, ↑Penstemon newberryi, ↑balloon flower, ↑scented penstemon, ↑Penstemon palmeri, ↑Parry's penstemon, ↑Penstemon parryi, ↑rock penstemon, ↑cliff penstemon, ↑Penstemon rupicola, ↑Rydberg's penstemon, ↑Penstemon rydbergii, ↑cascade penstemon, ↑Penstemon serrulatus, ↑Whipple's penstemon, ↑Penstemon whippleanus, ↑wild carrot, ↑Queen Anne's lace, ↑Daucus carota

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Wild flowers include:
Aaron's rod
ale hoof
bird's foot trefoil
birth-wort
bistort
black-eyed susan
bladder campion
bluebell
broomrape
butter-and-eggs
buttercup
campion
celandine
clary
clustered bellflower
clover
columbine
comfrey
common evening-primrose
common mallow
common toadflax
cowslip
crane's bill
crowfoot
cuckoo flower
daisy
edelweiss
field cow-wheat
foxglove
goatsbeard
goldcup
goldenrod
great mullein
harebell
heartsease
heather
horsetail
lady's slipper
lady's smock
lungwort
marguerite
masterwort
moneywort
multiflora rose
New England aster
oxeye daisy
oxslip
pennyroyal
poppy
primrose
ragged robin
rock rose
rough-fruited cinquefoil
self-heal
shepherd's club
solomon's seal
stiff-haired sunflower
stonecrop
teasel
toadflax
violet
water lily
white campion
wild chicory
wild endive
wild gladiolus
wild iris
wild orchid
wild pansy
wood anemone
yarrow
yellow rocket
See also weed.

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noun
: the flower of a wild or uncultivated plant; also : the plant bearing such a flower

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wild flower UK US noun [countable] [singular wild flower plural wild flowers]
a flower that grows in fields or in the countryside rather than in gardens
Thesaurus: general types of planthypernym parts of plantsmeronym

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wild flower, or wild|flow|er «WYLD FLOW uhr», noun.
1. any uncultivated flowering plant.
2. the flower of such a plant.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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