This non-native European import is now found across most of North America, excluding parts of the South. Used since antiquity for medicinal use, it is toxic to humans and animals. These were found growing on the lower slopes of the North Cascades in Northern Washington.
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- Contained in galleries
- Asteraceae (Thistles, Asters and Daisies), Yellow Wildflowers