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Photo of Dipsacus fullonum aka Dipsacus sylvestris (Wild teasel)

Dipsacus fullonum aka Dipsacus sylvestris commonly known as common teasel, is a biennial that typically produces a rosette of long, pointed, oblanceolate, dark green basal leaves (to 12” long) in the first year followed by prickly upright flower stems which rise from the basal rosette to 6’ tall in the second year topped in a July-to-September bloom by stiff, spiny, cone-shaped, thistle-like, terminal flowerheads (to 3-4” tall) adorned with pinkish-white to pale lavender to pinkish purple flowers, each flower being subtended by long spiny bracts.  Family: Caprifoliaceae

Dipsacus fullonum aka Dipsacus sylvestris (Wild teasel) 1

Author : Walter Erhardt
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Online since: October 19th 2023


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