|April - June||Common|
Description: From 4 to 14 inches tall. Leaves are mostly basal with the upper stem leaves much smaller. These plants have separate sex; female flowering heads are a little longer and more cylindrical than the male. There are other species A. solitaria, with only a single flowering head hence the name.
Location: Open Woods and Fields
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