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Oak-leaved Goosefoot [Chenopodium glaucum]

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Common Name: Oak-leaved Goosefoot
Scientic Name: Chenopodium glaucum
Colors: Green
Months Appearing: August, September

Also called Oxybasis glauca. Invasive from Europe.

2-16 inches tall.

Flowers lack petals, tightly packed into round clusters less than 1/8 inch. In spikes at end of stem and in leaf axils.

Leaves: Alternate, oblong with 2-4 lobes. Rounded, hairless, blue-green. Look like White Oak leaf.

Sunny, disturbed areas.

Edge of Sewage treatment pond. Remus, Mi. 8/31, 6553,6552