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orange hawkweed (Hieracium aurantiacum; COMPOSITE FAMILY [Asteraceae]) Rhizomatous, fibrous-rooted, perennial with a rosette of narrow, hairy basal leaves and a hairy, leafless stem topped by orange dandelion-like heads -1" wide, in a few-flowered branching inflorescence.  Common on roadsides, lawns, and old fields.  Chemically inhibits the growth of other plants.  Flowers primarily in late spring, but some continue to flower throughout the growing season.  An invasive native of Europe.  [109]

 

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