sorrel

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sorrel

1. a weed and poisonous plant. See rumex.
2. a horse coat color, light or golden chestnut.
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There are five of us on this foraging trip, and after an hour-and-a-half we finally managed to find one common sorrel plant.
Another common sorrel is 'Profusion,' an unusual patented variety that mutated naturally in France to produce plants that never run to seed, always have fresh, ready-to-pick leaves, and have no known natural enemies aside from deer, rabbits, chickens and goats.
Upland meadow flowers include wood crane's-bill, lady's mantle, pignut, globe flower, red clover, meadow vetchling, great burnet, ragged robin, melancholy thistle, meadow buttercup, selfheal, ribwort plantain, common knapweed, rough hawkbit, meadow saxifrage, devil's-bit scabious, sneezewort and common sorrel.