Pastinaca sativa (Wild Parsnip): infestation, does not have purple spots on the stem. Another noxious invasive plant, this one descended from domesticated parsnip with an edible root. Like giant hogweed, wild parsnip can cause severe blistering and swelling when the sap contacts human or animal skin and is exposed to sunlight. USE CAUTION and wear protective clothing if walking through or handling wild parsnip to prevent these chemical burns.

Pastinaca sativa (Wild Parsnip): infestation, does not have purple spots on the stem. Another noxious invasive plant, this one descended from domesticated parsnip with an edible root. Like giant hogweed, wild parsnip can cause severe blistering and swelling when the sap contacts human or animal skin and is exposed to sunlight. USE CAUTION and wear protective clothing if walking through or handling wild parsnip to prevent these chemical burns.

Pastinaca sativa (Wild Parsnip): does not have purple spots on the stem. Another noxious invasive plant, this one descended from domesticated parsnip with an edible root. Like giant hogweed, wild parsnip can cause severe blistering and swelling when the sap contacts human or animal skin and is exposed to sunlight. USE CAUTION and wear protective clothing if walking through or handling wild parsnip to prevent these chemical burns.

Pastinaca sativa (Wild Parsnip): does not have purple spots on the stem. Another noxious invasive plant, this one descended from domesticated parsnip with an edible root. Like giant hogweed, wild parsnip can cause severe blistering and swelling when the sap contacts human or animal skin and is exposed to sunlight. USE CAUTION and wear protective clothing if walking through or handling wild parsnip to prevent these chemical burns.

Skin blistering from Pastinaca sativa (Wild Parsnip): does not have purple spots on the stem. Another noxious invasive plant, this one descended from domesticated parsnip with an edible root. Like giant hogweed, wild parsnip can cause severe blistering and swelling when the sap contacts human or animal skin and is exposed to sunlight. USE CAUTION and wear protective clothing if walking through or handling wild parsnip to prevent these chemical burns.

Skin blistering from Pastinaca sativa (Wild Parsnip): does not have purple spots on the stem. Another noxious invasive plant, this one descended from domesticated parsnip with an edible root. Like giant hogweed, wild parsnip can cause severe blistering and swelling when the sap contacts human or animal skin and is exposed to sunlight. USE CAUTION and wear protective clothing if walking through or handling wild parsnip to prevent these chemical burns.

Pastinaca sativa (Wild Parsnip): does not have purple spots on the stem. Another noxious invasive plant, this one descended from domesticated parsnip with an edible root. Like giant hogweed, wild parsnip can cause severe blistering and swelling when the sap contacts human or animal skin and is exposed to sunlight. USE CAUTION and wear protective clothing if walking through or handling wild parsnip to prevent these chemical burns.

Pastinaca sativa (Wild Parsnip): does not have purple spots on the stem. Another noxious invasive plant, this one descended from domesticated parsnip with an edible root. Like giant hogweed, wild parsnip can cause severe blistering and swelling when the sap contacts human or animal skin and is exposed to sunlight. USE CAUTION and wear protective clothing if walking through or handling wild parsnip to prevent these chemical burns.

Heads up: Poisonous plant invades Ohio .::. The latest leafy menace to hit Ohio looks innocuous but the burns and blisters its sap can cause are anything but.  Its called Wild Parsnip and its attractive yellow flowers are now in bloom all across the Midwest. .::. bhoot personal

Heads up: Poisonous plant invades Ohio .::. The latest leafy menace to hit Ohio looks innocuous but the burns and blisters its sap can cause are anything but. Its called Wild Parsnip and its attractive yellow flowers are now in bloom all across the Midwest. .::. bhoot personal

Pastinaca sativa - palsternakka

Pastinaca sativa - palsternakka

Pastinaca sativa (Wild Parsnip): does not have purple spots on the stem. Another noxious invasive plant, this one descended from domesticated parsnip with an edible root. Like giant hogweed, wild parsnip can cause severe blistering and swelling when the sap contacts human or animal skin and is exposed to sunlight. USE CAUTION and wear protective clothing if walking through or handling wild parsnip to prevent these chemical burns.

Pastinaca sativa (Wild Parsnip): does not have purple spots on the stem. Another noxious invasive plant, this one descended from domesticated parsnip with an edible root. Like giant hogweed, wild parsnip can cause severe blistering and swelling when the sap contacts human or animal skin and is exposed to sunlight. USE CAUTION and wear protective clothing if walking through or handling wild parsnip to prevent these chemical burns.

Apium graveolens Dulce- ryhmä - lehtiselleri

Apium graveolens Dulce- ryhmä - lehtiselleri

Fremont Cottonwood, courtesy of Al Schneider, Southwest Colorado Wildflowers

Fremont Cottonwood, courtesy of Al Schneider, Southwest Colorado Wildflowers

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