large colonies of june white flowers in fields and pioneering in roadbeds. in acidic sandy clay soil
No identification made yet.
No interactions present.
puzzling me a lot. Not pignut as hairy stems. Tried Aethusa but that not right either. Some similarities to Daucus but cannot see bracts/bracteoles underneath umbels. Can you do close-up pictures of the fruits from the side and any bracts/bracteoles please?
just seen N American, cannot help!
I looked and looked but its simply not British :)
None of my book cover it.
It is very pretty though.
judging by its wildness, it's definitely a rebel.
Rod Collins, Outfox Farm
Lat/Lng: 35.0, -92.6