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Perennial; leaves are alternate, lobed, and have toothed margins with less and shorter leaved as you go up the plant stem. Flowers are 3-7cm in diameter on a solitary stalk with white petals and bright yellow centers.
|Soil and Moisture Conditions
|Found throughout the United States, heavily in the Willimette Valley and coast in Oregon, as well as northern CA and WA.
|Digging, cutting, or grubbing on smaller populations. Mow or weed eat prior to seed production. Repeat as needed throughout the season. Re-plant areas of removal in an effort to out compete.
|Bag, pile, or burn.
|Reproduction and Spread
|Reproduces from seed and rhizomes. Seeds are spread by wind and/or animals while remaining viable for several years.
|Native to Europe, introduced as an ornamental in the 1800s.
|chrysanthemum (Leucanthemum maximum (Raymond) DC.
|Spreads rapidly by means of roots and seeds into undisturbed Meadows, Woodlands and riparian areas. Forms dense stands that crowd out native vegetation. Can regenerate from rhizome fragments.