Hemp Dogbane
Common name: Hemp dogbane
Scientific name: Apocynum cannabinum L.

Life cycle: Perennial
Origin: North America
Poisonous: Yes

Hemp dogbane, sometimes called Indian hemp, grows throughout most of North America. This creeping perennial broadleaf weed can reach 5 feet tall. Mature plants are woody at the base. This species is frequently found in pastures and rangeland. It reproduces from seeds and buds on creeping, horizontal roots and from crown buds of the parent plant. Hemp dogbane

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