Flora of Northern Ireland
Crepis biennis
© Paul Hackney
Crepis biennis
(Map updated: March 2008)
 

A tall, robust and rather handsome species which is increasing and spreading along roadsides and railway tracks, but is still fairly local in its occurrence. The flower-heads are large and reminiscent of Sonchus arvensis.

All names: Crepis biennis L.