Photographer: Stephen L. Solheim
Arnoglossum atriplicifolium (L.) H.Rob.
Arnoglossum: Greek for arnos, "lamb" and glossum for "tongue"
atriplicifolium: with leaves like Atriplex
|Plant: ||erect, perennial, 3'-9' tall forb; mostly smooth stems not angled|
|Flower: ||head white to cream, cylindrical; inflorescence a 4 1/2" wide flat-topped umbel; blooms July-Sept.|
|Leaf:||rounded-triangular shape, pale and smooth beneath, veins palmately-arranged on the larger leaves|
|Habitat: ||full to partial sun; prairies, woods; in sandy, loamy soil|