Iva annua, the annual marsh elder or sumpweed, is a North American herbaceous annual plant in the sunflower family. It is native to northeastern Mexico ...


Iva is a genus of wind-pollinated plants in the daisy family, described as a genus by Linnaeus in 1753. Plants of this genus are known generally as marsh elders.


Feb 5, 2002 ... Uses. The marsh elder is normally associated with the mid to high marsh ecosystem, forming the last line of defense for shoreline erosion ...


Mar 22, 2018 ... Benefit. Use Food: Cultivated for its seed by indigenous peoples of eastern North America before the arrival of maize. Attracts: Birds ...


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Marshelder also called sumpweed, is a member of the aster family. The domesticated var. macrocarpa is extinct, but the wild variety of the plant still thrives.


Burweed marsh elder definition is - a tall annual marsh elder (Iva xanthifolia) that is common in moist rich soil in central North America, causes contact dermatitis ...


Iva frutescens is a species of flowering plant in the aster family known by the common names Jesuit's bark, bigleaf marsh-elder, and high-tide bush. It grows in  ...


Marsh elder definition is - any of a genus (Iva) of coarse shrubby composite plants of moist areas in eastern and central North America.