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Centaurea nigrescens

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Kingdom  Plantae
Tribe  Cynareae
Scientific name  Centaurea nigrescens
Rank  Species
Order  Asterales
Genus  Centaurea
Higher classification  Knapweeds
Centaurea nigrescens Centaurea nigrescens shortfringed knapweed Go Botany
Similar  Knapweeds, Daisy family, Centaurea nigra, Centaurea paniculata, Centaurea phrygia

Centaurea nigrescens


Centaurea nigrescens (Tyrol knapweed, short-fringed knapweed or Tyrol thistle) is a perennial plant of the star thistle genus that grows natively in Central and South-eastern Europe (from Southern Germany and Northern Italy to Romania and Bulgaria), but has also been introduced and is now a noxious weed in the Northern United States, Canada and Southern Australia. It has purple flowers and it flowers in the summer (June to September).

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References

Centaurea nigrescens Wikipedia


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