4 responses to “Hieracium aurantiacum”

  1. Lynne

    A general comment: I would love it if the descriptions would include some idea of scale/how big the featured plant is. It makes a difference whether this bloom is as big as a florist’s proteus, or small like a Lily of the Valley. Thanks! I love this service.

  2. Eva

    Key to Identification of Native and Invasive Hawkweeds in the PNW by L. Wilson:
    http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfp/publications/00230/Hawkweed%20key_PNW_R3-June06.pdf

  3. Michael F

    For clarification, Pilosella aurantiaca is the accepted name in its native area, e.g. BSBI database, Fl. NW Europe: http://ip30.eti.uva.nl/BIS/flora.php?selected=beschrijving&menuentry=soorten&id=3953

  4. Michael F

    “It makes a difference whether this bloom is as big as a florist’s proteus, or small like a Lily of the Valley”
    The flowerheads are 10-25mm diameter.

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