Showing 4 types of FOXTAIL
Native to Europe, Asia, and Africa, introduced to the United States from Europe.
Native to Europe, now common throughout much of the United States, especially in cooler climates. A particular problem in alfalfa fields, but also occurring in other row crops, along roadsides, waste areas, and in landscape.
Native to the United States, where it is found throughout the country from coast to coast, and into South America.
Native to Eurasia, but an important weed species in cultivated areas throughout the world, including much of the United States.