Showing 22 types of ASTERALES
Latin Name: Sonchus Oleraceus
Native to Europe and found commonly throughout North America.
Latin Name: Senecio Spartioides
Native to the western United States.
Latin Name: Heterotheca Subaxillaris
Native to North America, and found widely from the east coast along the southern 2/3 of the United States to California, and south into Mexico.
Latin Name: Cirsium Arvense
Native to southeastern Eurasia, but introduced to Canada in contaminated crop seeds in the 18th century, and now found throughout the northern half of the United States and southern Canada.
Latin Name: Chichorium Intybus
Native to Europe, but now found throughout the United States, and especially abundant in the northern and western states where it is a common roadside weed.
Latin Name: Xanthium Strumarium
Native to North America and found throughout the United States, as well as many other temperate areas of the world. It is particularly common in the southern states and into Mexico.
Latin Name: Senecio Vulgaris
Introduced from Europe, and now widespread in the northern United States and Canada, and as far south as Texas and throughout the western states. An extremely common winter and spring weed.
Latin Name: Ambrosia artemisiifolia
Native to the eastern United States, and still most common there, but found throughout North America.
Latin Name: Achillea Millefolium
Native to Eurasia, but naturalized in the United States and common and widespread throughout North America.
Latin Name: Taraxacum Officinale
Introduced from Europe and now widespread and extremely common across North America.
Latin Name: Eupatorium Capillifolium
A native plant in North America, and found from New Jersey south to Florida, and west to Missouri and Texas. It also can be found in Latin America south to Guatemala and in the West Indies.
Latin Name: Eclipta Prostrata
Native to the eastern United States, but now spread throughout the country, most commonly found in the southern U.S.
Latin Name: Solidago Spp.
Over 150 species of goldenrod occur in North America, and some will be found in every state including Hawaii, throughout Canada and into Latin America and the West Indies. Many of the species are native plants in North America.
Latin Name: Conyza Canadensis
Native to North America and widely distributed throughout the continent.
Latin Name: Soliva Pterosperma
Native to South America, and now found along the Pacific Coast states and along the southern states to North Carolina, as well as throughout Latin America and in Europe.
Latin Name: Gnaphalium Falcatum
Native to North America and Latin America, and occurring in the United States from Virginia to Florida on the east coast, and west throughout the southern states to California.
Latin Name: Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum
A native of Europe that was introduced as an ornamental plant, this has escaped cultivation and now is found in meadows, roadsides, and empty lots, as well as turf and landscape.
Latin Name: Matricaria Matricarioides
Native to the western United States, but now found across the continent to the east coast and as far north as Alaska.
Latin Name: Gnaphalium Purpureum
Found from South America to North America, where it is found throughout the United States.
Latin Name: Acroptilon Repens
A native of Eurasia that was introduced to the United States in the late 1800’s, and now is widely distributed over the western U.S.
Latin Name: Ambrosia Psilostachya
Native to the western United States, and found from Mexico to southern Canada and as far east as Illinois.
Latin Name: Centaurea Solstitialis
Introduced from Europe, and now one of the worst weed problems in rangeland and open areas in the western United States, particularly in California.