Parsley Family Group 4
Apiaceae
FLOWERS WHITE, LEAVES FINELY DIVIDED
Guide to Identify Presented Species of Group 4
Cymopterus nivalis – Snowline Spring-parsley
Hairless plant, 5-15 cm tall. Flowers grayish-white, tiny, in small umbels about 1 cm wide. Leaves basal, bluish, once divided into slender, small lobes. Open, often rocky places. Conium maculatum – Poison Hemlock
Stems tall, branched, purple-spotted. Flowers white, tiny, in numerous, flat-topped umbels. Leaves divided 3-4 times into fine segments. Moist, disturbed sites. Very poisonous. Perideridia gairdneri – Gairdner's Yampah
Slender, 40-120 cm tall. Flowers white, in 1-several long-stalked umbels, 2.5-7 cm wide. Leaves divided into few long segments. Woodlands and dry or wet meadows. Edible and medicinal.
PLANTS UP TO 30 CM TALL, ULTIMATE LEAF SEGMENTS UP TO 1 CM LONG
PLANTS OVER 30 CM TALL, ULTIMATE LEAF SEGMENTS UP TO 1 CM LONG
PLANTS OVER 30 CM TALL, ULTIMATE LEAF SEGMENTS OVER 1 CM LONG
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