Narrowleaf hawkweed (Hieracium umbellatum)

narrowleaf hawkweed leaves

(Identified primarily by it’s leaves)

narrowleaf hawkweed

narrowleaf hawkweed

narrowleaf hawkweed
Location: Nancy Creek Rd. Kettle Falls Washington

Information: Another common name for this plant is umbellate hawkweed. The yellow blossoms (which look much like a dandilion head) many come off of one stem. The various hawkweeds seem to be identiifed by the “hair” (or lack of) and the leaves. This is non-hairy with long narrow leaves found twords the lower end of the stems.
Identification:
USDA Plant’s Database

E-Flora BC

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