Weeds

False Flax

(Gold-of-Pleasure, Carmelina, German Sesame)

False Flax
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An erect annual herb. Commonly found in grain crops. It grows from a large tap root. The stems can be branched or unbranched up to 3’ tall. Leaves are alternate, lanced to oblong shaped and 2-3” long. Flowers are inflorescence and yellow in color.