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Standing tall in summer fields, meadows, and prairies is the native American Cow Parsnip (Heracleum maximum). It is edible enough that’s its other nicknames are Indian Celery and Indian Rhubarb; it has been used by Native Americans for generations. Copyright 2020 Pamela Breitberg
Cow Parsnip has large flower disks up to eight inches wide. The plant grows up to six feet tall. It is easy to recognize. Learn more here. Copyright 2020 Pamela Breitberg
Looking closely you’ll see the beauty in each of an umbel’s tiny white flowers of Cow Parsnip. Copyright 2020 Pamela Breitberg

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