Central New York's Rings of Teasel

Foote, Knowlton C.
August 2003
New York State Conservationist;Aug2003, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p12
Offers information on wild teasel, a wildflower commonly found in central New York. Description; Geographical distribution; History of its introduction to North America; Life cycle.


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