FLIXWEED AND PINNATE TANSYMUSTARD
Brassicaceae (Mustard family)
 

GROWTH HABIT: Flixweed is a winter annual; 8 to 24 inches high.

LEAVES: Leaves alternate, 2 to 3 times pinnately compound; segments very narrow or linear; pubescent with branched hairs or nearly glabrous.

STEMS:

FLOWER: Inflorescence a raceme; petals very small, yellow or greenish-yellow, pod partitioned with 2 or 3 longitudinal nerves, siliques � to 1-1/4 inch long.

ROOTS:

SEEDS:

OTHER: Flixweed was introduced from Europe and is found growing in waste places, fields, roadsides and other disturbed sites. This mustard is distinguished from other mustards because of its finely dissected leaves. Flixweed spreads by seeds from early to late summer.

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