• After blooming, the seed pods of leafy spurge dry out and burst expelling their seeds up to 15 feet away from the parent plant.
    Robert Vidéki, Doronicum Kft., Bugwood.org

  • Orange hawkweed is a Priority 2A state listed noxious weed in the state of Montana. This species is difficult to control because of its ability to spread by rhizomatous or above ground ‘runners’ that start new plants.
    UAF Cooperative Extension Archive, University of Alaska - Fairbanks, Bugwood.org

  • Common tansy flowers are bright yellow daisy-like disks that lack rays and bloom from July-October.  When the leaves of common tansy are crushed they are strongly aromatic.
    Bonsak Hammeraas, Bioforsk, Norwegian Institute for Agricultural and Environmental Research

  • The blooms of oxeye daisy are similar to that of capers and are often marinated and eaten, however this species is a Priority 2B state listed noxious weed in the state of Montana.
    David Stephens, Bugwood.org

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