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Plant ID #7808005 04/16/20 03:02 PM
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What are they? Have a heck of a smell.

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We have some of these here, they grow in the ironore and Rocky soil.
According to this it's frost weed. (Have at it Norml cool2 )
http://luirig.altervista.org/flora/taxa/floranam.php?genere=Helianthemum


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Don, I believe it to be this:

Thymophylla acerosa (Prickly-leaf dogweed)
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Thymophylla acerosa

Thymophylla acerosa (DC.) Strother

Prickly-leaf Dogweed, Texas Dogweed, Shrubby Dogweed, Prickleleaf Dogweed, Prickleaf Dogweed, Fetid Marigold, Scrubby Dogweed

Asteraceae (Aster Family)

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=THAC


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Looks kinda like bitter weed to me. Toxic to sheep and goats.


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Weed, but a pretty weed, kill it.


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I'm not familiar with that one....


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It has a very powerful smell. More like a bush than a weed.

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It’s either a weed or a flower. Depends on whether you want it or not.


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I’m going with bitterweed


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Originally Posted by Tactical Cowboy
I’m going with bitterweed


Looks like the bitter we have here (Deep East Texas) but I'd like to see a clearer pic and close up of the flower first. Bitterweed has a large bulbous center in the flower.

I've managed to get it all of my pastures or I'd post a photo.


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