What Is Another Name For Cow Parsley?
Water Hemlock has stems up to four feet tall that are smooth, waxy, and purplish at the nodes. Cow Parsley has smooth waxy stems that are ribbed and grow up to five feet tall
Poison-hemlock stems have reddish or purple spots and streaks, are not hairy, and are hollow. Leaves are bright green, fern-like, finely divided, toothed on edges and have a strong musty odor when crushed. Flowers are tiny, white and arranged in small, umbrella-shaped clusters on ends of branched stems
Whilst cow parsley often has a pinkish hue to the stem, hemlock has very distinctive purple blotches on a green stem. ... Cow parsley is slightly hairy, hemlock has smooth stems. Cow parsley stems have a groove, a bit like celery, hemlock doesn't have this
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