Common Cat's-ear (Hypochaeris radicata)


Low to short plant, with a basal rosette of wavy edged leaves, never cut to the midrib, covered with many stiff, unbranched hairs that are raised on pimples. Flowerheads, yellow, 20 to 30 mm. Nature Spot

Daisy Family
25/6/14
Park/ Patch of land




13/7/14
Yeadon Banks

Closed flower


Hairs on leaves


Seed head

30/6/14
Yeadon Banks

Flower

Environment

Closed flower pod

Environment


Leaves
Leaves are basal
 (Definition: A basal leaf is one that grows from the lowest part of the stem. Basal, in general, refers to the base of a structure.)


24/5/13
Found at the park,on old weather pitch
flower

Leaf



27/6/13
Found at Woodside/Horsforth


Flower
Leaf
Environment (In the middle of Ragwort plant)

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