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White Forbs

What are forbs? A more common term for them is "weed". A forb is a non-wooded, broad leaved plant other than grass, especially one growing in a field, prarie, or meadow. A scientific definition would be "herbaceous plant other than those in the Gramineae (truee grasses), Cyperaceae (sedges), and Juncaceae (rushes) families, ie., any nongrass-like plant having little or no woody material". Click on each forb for more information.

Map 1

Oxeye Daisy Babybreath Water Hemlock Queen Anne's Lace

Map 2

Poison Hemlock Perennial Pepperweed, Peppergrass, Whitetop Hoary Cress Jimsonweed

Map 3

Field Bindweed White or Yellow Sweetclover Horsenettle Garlic Mustard Scentless Chamomile

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Japanese Knotweed Mediteranean Sage / Black Nightsage African Rue
Blue/Orange Forbes Lavender Forbs Yellow Forbs Pink Forbs White Forbs Green Grasses

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