Sow-Thistle, Common (Sonchus oleraceus)Sow-Thistle, Common (Sonchus oleraceus)
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Sow-Thistle, Common (Sonchus oleraceus) - 05

Sow-Thistle, Common (Sonchus oleraceus) - 05
(Sow-Thistle, Common (Sonchus oleraceus) - 05) The common sowthistle has alternate leaves are up to 10" long and 2" across. The leaves become smaller and more sparsely distributed the higher up the central stem they grow. Each leaf has an odd pinnate shape (pinnatifid) with deep triangular lobes; its margins are dentate with soft prickles. The upper leaves are more likely to be entire or have shallow lobes, as can be seen on this one.
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