erect annual herb

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  • It grows as an erect annual herb up to in height, though normally not more than high.
  • It is an erect annual herb generally under half a meter in height.
  • This is an erect annual herb growing to a maximum height near two meters.
  • This is an erect annual herb growing to a maximum height just over half a meter.
  • This is an erect annual herb with oval-shaped leaves each a few centimeters long.
  • It is an erect annual herb often exceeding half a meter in height.
  • This species is an erect annual herb exceeding half a meter in maximum height.
  • This is an erect annual herb easily exceeding two meters in height.
  • It is an erect annual herb with a slender, branching stem which can reach four feet in height.
  • This is an erect annual herb reaching maximum heights of well over half a meter-2 feet.
  • It is a mostly erect annual herb producing a small mostly unbranched stem up to about 20 centimeters tall.
  • This is an erect annual herb growing a hairless, waxy stem up to about half a meter in maximum height.
  • This is an erect annual herb with linear to lance-shaped leaves each up to 6 centimeters long.
  • Clarkia williamsonii is an erect annual herb with linear to lance-shaped leaves each a few centimeters long.
  • Phacelia nashiana is a mostly erect annual herb producing a small branching or unbranched stem up to about tall.
  • This is an erect annual herb producing a glandular hairy stem to a maximum height of about a meter.
  • This is a thin-stemmed erect annual herb with long lobed, toothed leaves surrounding the base of the plant and smaller leaves lining the stem.
  • Lepidium nitidum is a mainly erect annual herb producing a slender stem up to about 40 centimeters tall.
  • It grows as an erect annual herb from 4 to 25 centimetres high, with yellow, cream or brown flowers.
  • It is an erect or mostly erect annual herb approaching 40 to 60 centimeters in maximum height.
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