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Please Help Identify

Posted by gardenlady48 z5 IL (My Page) on
Sun, May 19, 13 at 20:14

This wildflower is from central Illinois in the woods...name??

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RE: Please Help Identify

  • Posted by rbrady 5/Eastern Ia (My Page) on
    Tue, May 21, 13 at 0:32

Looks like Senecio aureus.

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RE: Please Help Identify

It could also be Senecio glabella or Butterweed. I have seen it in the woods here in southern Indiana as well. It is native, but seems to be growing invasive. From my research I have found that it is the Senecio that covers many of the farm fields in later spring. A photo of the basal leaves would help with identification.


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RE: Please Help Identify

that is called Senecio mostly grow in the grass and also in the mountain areas its end green and tops yellow.
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