Photos taken along a country road on July 14. They weren't far from St. John's Wort but these are different. Also not wingstem. Any ideas?
I'm not sure. These look smaller to me and I'm not seeing hairs on the stems. I wish I had photographed the lower leaves because those, apparently, are distinctive in Jerusalem Artichokes. Even so, you might be right.DoubleDogFarm wrote:How about a wild or escaped Jerusalem Artichoke
https://www.examiner.com/article/jerusal ... -and-weeds
ROFL! I don't know if it's a Bidens or not but I have learned about a new plant, the DYC. I've never heard that expression before, but the article says even Ladybird sed it. That made my day.digitS' wrote:Here is something that might be a little more helpful (emphasis on "might"): A Bidens?
This one is reported in Ohio but not in Michigan . . ?
CalPhoto's (link) Smooth Beggartick (Bidens laevis)