|Senecio ?||composite Family||Compositae|
|April - June||Common|
Description: From 12 to 30 inches tall. Basal leaves are rounded and woolly, bluish silver color, with slightly scalloped edges. There are several to many flower heads, with sparse rays. Long stems. Poisonous if eaten. I'm not sure of the correct name.
Location: Open woods, clearings, steep slopes
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