Millie had an awful time telling marigold from ragweed last summer.
Then there's this ragweed; if I let it alone, it will choke out every thing else.
Of our ragweed not much can be set down that is complimentary, except that its name in the botany is Ambrosia, food of the gods.
If man could make but the single seed of the ragweed, he could make a world.
Every year thousands of ragweed and groundsel seeds must be blown on to the shale-heap, but they never manage to grow there.
"Honestly, I didn't think it would kill anything but ragweed," Henry sniveled miserably.
Wild lettuce, mullein, dandelion, ragweed and thistles are special favourites.
Weed seeds such as those of spurges (Euphorbia), ragweed, and pigweed were found in trace amounts in the diet of the crows.
I have read somewhere, but cannot remember where, that ragweed was once used to make some medicine for horses.
The white-throated sparrow, a large and very pretty bird, eats the seeds of smartweed and ragweed.
ragweed rag·weed (rāg'wēd')
Any of various weeds of the genus Ambrosia having small greenish unisexual flower heads and producing abundant pollen that is one of the chief causes of hay fever.