Common Sowthistle is a member of the
grows to 5 feet in height and has dark creen leaves with 1-3 lobes which
clasp the stem of the plant and grow to 7 inches in length. The
plant typically grows along roadsides and in disturbed soils at
elevations between 150 - 7000 feet.
Common Sowthistle was introduced
to the southwest from Europe.
Common Sowthistle blooms between February - November
and produces a yellow dandelion-like flower (only somewhat flatter on
top) to 1.25 inches in width that is followed by white seed head.