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Perennial Pepperweed
Lepidium latifolium
 
Rosette
Leaves have smooth to lightly toothed margins. Stems and leaves are waxy.
Adult
Perennial pepperweed grows from one to six feet high.
Flower

White flowers form dense clusters at the end of branches. Flowering takes place from summer into early fall.
Weed Infestation

Native to southern Europe and western Asia, perennial pepperweed is commonly found in wet drainage areas of waste areas, ditches, roadsides, and crop lands.
Rhizominous Roots

It has spreading lateral rootstocks.
Deep Roots
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