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Golden Ragwort

GOLDEN RAGWORT
Senecio aureus composite Family  Compositae
April - June Common
Description: From 12 to 30 inches  tall. Basal leaves are largest and some what heart shaped, with serrated edges. There are several to many flower heads, with sparse rays and finely cut leaves. Long stems. Poisonous if eaten

Location: Low woods, moist woods and stream sides
 
 
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