Definition of spiderwort in English:

spiderwort

Pronunciation: /ˈspīdərˌwərt//ˈspīdərˌwôrt/

noun

  • An American plant whose flowers bear long hairy stamens.

    • ‘When summer-flowering perennials such as bellflowers, geraniums, lychnis, Shasta daisies, and spiderworts finish blooming and start to look tattered, cut back their stems to the rosette of new foliage at the base of the plants.’
    • ‘In the few places where sunlight had good purchase, patches of spiderwort crowned with their blue flowers carpeted the ground.’
    • ‘Many evergreen ornamental foliage plants and flowering plants, including ivy, aloe, ceriman and spiderwort, have special effects to decompose formaldehyde.’
    • ‘Tropical spiderwort, inconsequential for seven decades, has recently spread in alarming proportions in fields in Georgia, Florida and North Carolina.’
    • ‘Spring-blooming wildflowers are the broad-leaved spiderwort, downy yellow violet, and hairy phlox.’

Pronunciation:

spiderwort

/ˈspīdərˌwərt//ˈspīdərˌwôrt/