Ludwigia decurrens is a species of flowering plant in the evening primrose family known by the common names willow primrose and wingleaf primrose-willow. It is native to the central and eastern United States.
This species is an annual or woody perennial herb growing up to 6 feet tall. It has an erect form and a winged stem. The linear leaves are alternately arranged. The flower has four to five yellow petals.
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- Ludwigia decurrens. NatureServe.
- Ludwigia decurrens. USDA NRCS Plant Guide.
- Sakpere, A. M., et al. (2010). Allelopathic effects of Ludwigia decurrens and L. adscendens subsp. diffusa on germination, seedling growth and yield of Corchorus olitorious L.[permanent dead link] Not Sci Biol 2(2) 75-80.
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