Agrimonia striata

Common Names: Roadside agrimony, woodland agrimony, grooved agrimony, cocklebur, woodland grooveburr
Category: Plants
Sub-category: Rose family

a species of perennial forb. Grows to about 1 m tall producing a dense cluster (raceme) of 5-parted yellow flowers on a hairy stalk above pinnately-divided leaves. The edge of the leave blade has teeth (serrated), the yellow flowers are radially symmetrical.

Found in forests, roadsides, waste areas.

Primary Flower Color: Yellow
Secondary Flower Color: Yellow
Edible Notes: No available information on edibility.
Warnings: Not known to be dangerous.