pennywort

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pennywort

1. a crassulaceous Eurasian rock plant, Umbilicus rupestris (or Cotyledon umbilicus), with whitish-green tubular flowers and rounded leaves
2. a marsh plant, Hydrocotyle vulgaris, of Europe and North Africa, having circular leaves and greenish-pink flowers: family Hydrocotylaceae
3. a gentianaceous plant, Obolaria virginica, of E North America, with fleshy scalelike leaves and small white or purplish flowers
4. any of various other plants with rounded penny-like leaves
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Hilda Solis (D-El Monte) joined Metropolitan Director David De Jesus in presenting a $15,000 check to the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Rivers Watershed Council against a watery backdrop of native willows, marsh pennywort, cattails and various forms of wildlife.