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Cow parsnips

Heracleum maximum

Description:

Cow parsnips is one of the many wildflowers in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. This plant is native to North America. Also called hogweed. Cow parsnips are perennials, often several feet high, with large compound leaves and broad clusters of white or purplish flowers.

Habitat:

Yellowstone National Park,Wyoming

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mary.gallo.m
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mary.gallo.m

Wyoming, USA

Spotted on Jul 23, 2015
Submitted on Jul 24, 2015

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