Definitions

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  • n. Any of various plants in the genus Suaeda.

Etymologies

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seep +‎ weed

Examples

  • Greasewood, inland saltgrass, and seepweed grow in more alkaline soil, and Wyoming big sagebrush, basin big sagebrush, and associated grasses dominate better drained, less alkaline soils.

    Ecoregions of Nevada (EPA)

  • Plant life is poor, both in number of species and number of plants; seapurslane, western seepweed, and an algae species are the only plants on the salt plains proper, whereas little bluestem occurs on isolated mounds.

    Ecoregions of Oklahoma (EPA)

  • Floodplains have alkaline soils that support greasewood, alkali sacaton, seepweed, and shadscale.

    Ecoregions of Colorado (EPA)

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