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Hoary Bowlesia

Hoary Bowlesia
 Bowlesia incana Apiaceae (Carrot or parsley family) common weed native to South America and the southeastern and southwestern United States as far north as Oregon. It grows in many types of habitat. This is a small annual herb growing thin, spreading stems. The leaves are borne on long petioles and have multi-lobed rounded or kidney-shaped blades. The leaves are coated in fine white hairs. The inflorescences of yellow-green flowers appear in the leaf axils. Tiny fruit. Easy to hand remove, spot spray kill with vinegar or other organic herbicides.

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