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Wildflower identification

Posted by ernestoneb 7A (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 4, 12 at 15:18

Wondering if anyone can tell me what these are. I've been unable to identify them from the web or field guides. I thought maybe it was Yarrow, but the leaves don't look the same as the pictures I've see of them. Am I missing something. I live in NE Oklahoma and they are really common plants, growing on the side of the road abundantly, even in the seams of my driveway! Any help is appreciated

Thanks,
ernestoneb

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RE: Wildflower identification

Kinda blurry, but it might be a Lepidium species.


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RE: Wildflower identification

Thanks, I'll try to get a better pic, but my camera's kinda wonky.


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RE: Wildflower identification

Looks more like an Umbellifer to me than a Crucifer, Salt.


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RE: Wildflower identification

I agree.


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RE: Wildflower identification

Thanks to everyone for the replies! After your suggestions and looking at other pics online, I'm pretty convinced that this is a Torilis arvensis, Common Hedge Parsley. Thank you again!

Here is a link that might be useful: This is exactly what my plant looks like.


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