Any of various plants of the genus Erigeron, having variously colored, many-rayed, daisylike flower heads.(noun)
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Use "fleabane" in a sentence
"Our fleabane is a troublesome weed at times, but good husbandry has little to dread from it."
"Mentha pulegium, also called fleabane, is the most well-known of these."
"Bird's-foot trefoil and bugloss, poppies and cornflowers, fumitory and fleabane – there were about 20 species all in bloom and, aside from the great surge of colour, the highlight for me was the bumblebees, mainly common carder and red-tailed bumblebees, that trafficked through the flowers all day long."