Plagiobothrys

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Plagiobothrys

genus of plants in family Boraginaceae; causes nitrate-nitrite poisoning; called also popcorn flower.
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2005) and in association with low-growing annual plants, including: natives--rusty popcornflower Plagiobothrys nothofulvus, miniature lupine Lupinus bicolor and California goldfields Lasthenia californica; and invasives--soft brome Bromus hordeaceus and stork's bill Erodium sp.
Rough Popcornflower (Plagiobotbrys Hirtus) The Service listed another Oregon plant, the rough popcornflower, as endangered on January 25.
Rough Popcornflower (Plagiobothrys hirtus) The Service listed another Oregon plant, the rough popcornflower, as endangered on January 25.
The show included a display featuring the rough popcornflower (Plagiobothrys hirtus), which was proposed in November 1997 for listing as endangered.
Rough Popcornflower (Plagiobothrys hirtus) A rare wildflower native to southwestern Oregon, this plant is an annual herb in the borage family (Boraginaceae).