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|Species: Cichorium intybus|
The flowers of chicory are 1.5", light blue with fringed rays, and stalkless.
The leaves are toothed at the base, and few are found on the stem. The plants grow to 3’ in height.
Habitat & Range
Chicory grows in fields and on trail sides. It is native to Europe, and it is invasive in North America.
The flowers bloom form June to September.
Chicory is an herbaceous perennial.
Featured image by James Dake.