Bur-marigold



any of various composite plants of the genus Bidens, especially those having conspicuous yellow flowers.
noun
any plant of the genus Bidens that has yellow flowers and pointed fruits that cling to fur and clothing: family Asteraceae (composites) Also called beggar-ticks, sticktight

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