I should know what this plant is but it's not coming to me. I found it growing wild in the park on Oct 11. Any ideas?
I haven't found any parsnip photos that look much like this plant. Chelidonium majus comes closer than anything I've seen so far. Especially at this Michigan site: https://www.michiganflora.net/images.aspx?id=1885digitS' wrote:Marc, you need to go back and see if there is a flower associated with this plant. Dried up and decaying on the ground - might be okay!
I too feel that I should know this - even that I somehow know where one is around here somewhere .
Eric seemed to want to stay with the aster family. It looks a little like feverfew but only a little. Parsnip? Yeah, something in the carrot family, maybe. Brassica? Columbine? Well, buttercup family . . .
Can't be a poppy but here is another buttercup cousin: Chelidonium majus (celandine). I feel that this picture could have at least given me a "close but no cigar" but I'm getting more confused now! Chelidonium majus photo