Perennial found in a variety of habitats including rangelands, grasslands, roadsides, open fields, ditches, and other disturbed areas; grows well in poor soils.
ALSO KNOWN AS: Butter Daisy, golden flower, Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum.
Stems / Leaves: Stems (up to 3 ft tall) are often clumped together, little to no branching; leaves (2-6 in. long) are lanceolate, pinnate-divided, green to dark green and alternate.
FLOWERS: Single flower on each stem (1-40 stems per plant) ; flowers(1.2-2.75 in. diameter) have numerous white petals (0.4-0.8 in. long) surrounding a yellow center.
ROOTS: Extensive creeping perennial root system
REPRODUCTION: Perennial roots, root fragments, and seed reproduction
Management Do's and Don'ts
NMSU: Troublesome Weeds of New Mexico College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, New Mexico State University
Adopted in Open Public Meeting April 11, 2023
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