any plant of the widely distributed annual genus Kochia, esp K. Scoparia trichophila, grown for its foliage, which turns dark red in the late summer: family Chenopodiaceae: Also called: burning bush, summer cypress
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How to use kochia in a sentence
kochia spinosa, and a curious Mathioloid are among the few wild plants to be found about Pushut.
Towards this Royleoid occurs but sparingly, and the first change takes place in the abundance of Salicornia or kochia.
Mudar, a small-fruited kochia, like that of Jallalabad; Bœrhaavia very common.
About this place two species of kochia occur, and Artemisia is not uncommon.
kochia scoparia (Belvedere or lawn cypress): hardy, graceful green foliage, turning purple in autumn.