Common names: cutleaf teasel
Dipsacus laciniatus (cutleaf teasel) is a herb/ (family Dipsacaceae) with small white flowers, finely lobed leaves and distinctively shaped fruits found in the southern ranges of Oregon. It is native to Europe and Asia. It favors grasslands. It spreads via seeds and regenerates after being cut. It is dispersed by machinery and birds.Rating: Watch
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