Leucanthemum vulgare

Plante vivace de 2-dm – feuilles irrégulièrement dentées, lobées ou pennatifides, les inférieures . Annuelles et vivaces hermaphrodites à port dressé ou rampant. Matricaria leucanthemum Scop. Leucanthemum vulgare (L.)Mill.

Tanacetum leucanthemum Schultz.

Tige simple ou rameuse, à un ou plusieurs capitules. Feuilles caulinaires moyennes sessiles, base élargie, . La marguerite commune ou grande marguerite ressemble à la pâquerette mais en bien plus grande ! Chrysanthemum leucanthemum L. A Eurasian native widely naturalized in North America. The oldest Michigan collections seen are from Wayne . Although this introduced species is attractive when in bloom, it readily self seeds and can .

It is in flower from June to . Oxeye daisy is found in both the North Coast . De mai à juillet, grandes fleurs blanches au coeur jaune. A single plant can produce from 1-flowering . Tige (a) de 30cm-lm, simple ou ramifiée, glabre ou poilue. Identification des critères en cours de développement . Ox-eye daisy, marguerite blanche. Plante herbacée vivace, en touffe, à tige érigée. Les inflorescences sont de grands capitules aux ligules . Description: LEUCANTHEMUM VULGARE POT 9. Asteraceae (Aster family) Introduction to Vascular Plants.

Report-a-Weed Report-a-Weed . Status: Declared Noxious weed. The Agriculture Victoria website has. The central stem is glabrous to slightly hairy and often angular or furrowed.

Touffe érigée, feuillage vert. It aggressively invades fields where it forms dense populations and decreases plant species diversity. Specimen: View details of USF Herbarium specimens . The Ox-Eyed Daisy or Moon Daisy is a white flower with yellow center.

Frequently found in the warmer summer months, these flowers will last for 1-weeks.