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Beautiful weed. Dies back in the winter.
Native to southeastern U.S.
It kind of looks like fennel in these pictures. Fennel is pretty distinctive: it does come back, its leaves and flowers resemble dill but smell move like licorice, and it grows head high when left alone. You can plant it, but in the PNW it grows wild along the railroad tracks.
Spotted on Apr 14, 2012 Submitted on Apr 14, 2012