A photographic collection and brief reference to help identify Wildflowers found in New York
used for food, notable as a coffee substitute and as a medicinal plant.
Basel leaves are similar to Dandelion leaves. Flowers are stalkless and held close to the the wiry stems.Flowers are normally blue, occasionally white or pink.
Found: Roadsides, waste places, fields,
Height: up to 4 feet
June - Oct bloom time
For a change I was an earlier riser than Chicory. Still closed at 8 AM