Colts-foot

Tussilago farfara



Foal's foot, Clayweed, Clatter clogs

Importance

Widespread, likes heavy damp soils. A local problem.

Colt's-foot - young1. The plant generally grows from root stocks, but seedlings do occur. The first leaves are broad, woolly or hairy and toothed on the margins.
Colt's-foot 22. Following leaves are heart-shaped, angular, large and have downy hairs beneath.

 

Colt's-foot 33. A prostrate perennial which sends up short thick flowering stems some six inches tall, before leaves appear in the early spring.