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Yellow Alyssum

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In my previous post (“Desert Madwort”) I noted that desert madwort (Alyssum desertorum), introduced from Eurasia and now naturalized throughout Western and Central North America, closely resembles anotherEurasian invader, yellow alyssum (Alyssim alyssoides). These two plants are so similar that … Continue reading

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Desert Madwort

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Desert madwort (Alussum desertorum) is a member of the mustard family native to Eurasia. Introduced into North America, desert madwort naturalized and is now found on dry open ground, gravelly sites and disturbed areas throughout the western and central portion … Continue reading

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