D. Extremely Fuzzy Weeds
Yellow "dandelion" flower; foliage fragrant when crushed...
Camphorweed (Heterotheca subaxillaris)
Very tall weed, potentially 6'-12' or more; leaves
opposite, dentate; flower heads fuzzy, white to pinkish...
Weed to 6' tall; leaves heart-shaped and velvety; flowers
round and yellow... Heartleaf
Sida (Sida cordifolia)
Weed to 6' tall; leaves linear or nearly so; plants hirsute
to hispid; flowers in small white heads (Asteraceae)...
Canada Horseweed (Conyza canadensis)
Leaves pinnate on plant to 3' tall ; flowers coral; pods
resemble fuzzy hotdogs...
Hairy Indigo (lndigofera hirsuta)
Sprawling weeds with opposite entire-margined leaves and
Mexican-Clover (Richardia grandiflora,
consider also other species of Richardia... see "opposite leaves" in "Category
E – Weeds With Opposite Leaves" )
Erect or floppy weed with opposite toothed leaves; flower
heads with creamy “petals" (ray flowers), these with 3 teeth...
Tridax (Tridax procumbens)
Flower heads with 5 "petals" (ray flowers" having three
terminal teeth... Shaggy Soldiers, Gallant Soldiers (Galinsoga
Sprawling weed with opposite, toothy, wrinkled leaves;
flowers yellow... Wedelia (Wedelia
trilobata aka Sphagneticola trilobata)
Erect weed to 2' tall having soft woolly hairs, often so
much that the young stem looks "snowy"; leaf blades widest toward the tip and
tapering gradually toward the base (obspatulate); flower heads tightly
congested, greenish or chaffy... Cudweed (Gamochaeta
purpurea, or possibly other Gamochaeta
or Pseudognaphalium species)