orange hawkweed

NOUN
  1. European hawkweed having flower heads with bright orange-red rays; a troublesome weed especially as naturalized in northeastern North America; sometimes placed in genus Hieracium
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  • Purple gentians and orchids, blue scabious and harebells, orange hawkweeds, and cream and pink yarrow provide a kaleidoscope of colour to enjoy at the end of your walk.
  • Orange hawkweed is the only species with orange flowers and a typically leafless stem.
  • Lilacs, Canada anemone, orange hawkweed, blue-eyed grass, wild sarsaparilla, coralroot orchid in cedar-hemlock woods, hundreds of jack-in-the-pulpits along Hidden Bluff Trail.
  • Orange hawkweed has above ground runners, grows to 0.6 metres tall, and contains a milky juice.
  • Several alternative common names for yellow and orange hawkweed contain the word ‘devil’.
  • Purple gentians and orchids, blue scabious and harebells, orange hawkweeds, and cream and pink yarrow provide a kaleidoscope of colour to enjoy at the end of your walk.
  • Purple gentians and orchids, blue scabious and harebells, orange hawkweeds, and cream and pink yarrow provide a kaleidoscope of colour to enjoy at the end of your walk.
  • Orange hawkweed has a shallow root system and underground creeping stems called rhizomes.
  • Orange hawkweed is quite widespread in New Zealand and has the potential to become a major problem there.
  • Orange hawkweed is found from western Washington to Wyoming and is known to occur in eastern states.
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