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Clone-forming rhizomatous perennial. Stems bare sinlge large yellow daisy-like ray and disk flower with large basal leaves that are roundish to heart shaped.
|Soil and Moisture Conditions|
|Distribution||Northeastern US and Southeastern Canada, Southwestern Canada and Washington State|
|Control||Establish native vegetation to outcompete coltsfoot. This plant has brittle rhizomes and is difficult to control by hand-pulling. Carefully dig out plants being sure to remove even the smallest fragments of rhizomes|
|Reproduction and Spread||Seeds are dispersed by wind and water. Brittle rhizomes lead to fast vegetative spread.|
|Introduced||Native to Western Asia, northwestern Africa and Europe.|
|Impact||Forms dense colonies|