Anthriscus sylvestris

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Wild Chervil, cow-parsley, keck, wild beaked parsley, Queen Anne's lace

Anthriscus sylvestris (L.) Hoffm.

Synonyms:

Chaerophyllum sylvestre L.


  • Moss, Flora of Alberta – No
  • Global Invasive Species Database –
  • NatureServe Rank – Not yet assessed
  • Haber, Upland –
  • Haber, Wetland –
  • CWF, Status & Invasive Range –
  • Alberta Revegetation Guidelines –
  • The Nature Conservancy –
  • CBCN –
  • AB Weed –


Remarks

[1] Link to Wikipedia, Anthriscus sylvestris - "...grows in sunny to semi-shaded locations in meadows and at the edges of hedgerows and woodland. It is a particularly common sight by the roadside. It is sufficiently common and fast-growing to be considered a nuisance weed in gardens. Cow parsley's ability to grow rapidly through rhizomes and to produce large quantities of seeds in a single growing season has made it an invasive species in many areas of the United States..."

[2] Link to USDA Plants Profile, Anthriscus sylvestris (L.) Hoffm. wild chervil


[3]Link to Encyclopedia of Life, Anthriscus sylvestris Cow Parsley Overview

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References

Map references

sample: Map data for T. ramosissima