WESTERN STICKTIGHT
(Lappula occidentalis (S. Wats.) Greene)

GROWTH HABIT:  Annual, reproduces by seed, 6 to 12 feet tall.

LEAVES:  narrow, somewhat blunt-tipped.

STEMS: 

FLOWER:  numerous, very small, blue to nearly white.

ROOTS:

SEEDS:  Produces an abundant supply of seed from mid-summer to fall. Seed is about 1/8 inch in size, and spread by clinging to animals and clothing.

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