Weed of the Month: Horsenettle

Horsenettle is distributed widely across most of the United States, especially in the eastern half and the western coastal states. This relatively low-growing perennial is easily recognized by its erect to spreading growth habit. The stems and leaves contain sharp prickles that inhibit grazing and make hand weeding undesirable. Horsenettle flowers are white to pale violet with yellow anthers. Seed

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