Did you mayhaps mean willpower?
- n. Any of several flowering plants in the genus Epilobium of the family Onagraceae.
- willow + herb (Wiktionary)
“In the waste ground by the edge of Hollingside wood tall spikes of rosebay willowherb, tipped with the last of their purple flowers, were releasing their downy seeds.”
“Then, with my senses as tickled as those of the forest bug, I had to turn away to groom willowherb cotton from my face.”
“A forest bug, its angular armour trailing white down as it blundered among the seed pods, paused to groom willowherb cotton from its antennae.”
“In the exposed plantation known as Sentry Hill Wood, beech leaves are brown and the patch of Lloyd George's ground left as downland when a tax was imposed on reclamation is covered in rank bracken and bedraggled rosebay willowherb interspersed with gorse, rowan, willow and oak.”
“Even in the really bright pink flowers such as rosebay willowherb, blue sneaks in to add a trace of purple as it does in wild thyme and centaury.”
“Patches of willowherb suggest the acid soil of places where fire has left behind charcoal and wood ash.”
“Stony river shores are widespread, clothed only by pioneer species like willowherb Chamaenerion latifolium.”
“As I understand it, there is a native species of rosebay willowherb and a North American species.”
“Forests of Rosebay willowherb usually thrown in for nowt, as well.”
“Her calf nosed a clump of willowherb, waiting for her to finish.”
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