Scientific name: Pastinaca sativa L.
Life Cycle: Biennial
Poisonous: Yes (foliage), skin photosensitivity
Wild parsnip is distributed widely across the United States and Canadian Provinces and frequently grows along fencerows and roadsides. Depending on the location, seeds germinate in the fall or early spring and plants flower from June through July.
Flowers are yellow or yellow with reddish tinge. This erect, growing plant can reach 6 feet
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