(Hieracium aurantiacum L.)

GROWTH HABIT: Perennial, erect to 12 inches tall.

LEAVES: Lance-shaped, hairy, leaves are basal, occasionally 1 to 2 small leaves on stem.

STEMS: Erect, bristly, terminate, in an umbel of flower heads.

FLOWER: 5 to 30 per plant, red-orange, petals with notched tips.

ROOTS: Fibrous.


OTHER: Entire plant contains a milky juice.

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