Genus = Anchusa,
Displaying matches 1 - 3 of 3.
|Anchusa arvensis (small bugloss, European bugloss)
(taxon is not treated in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Rough-hairy annual, the stem 10-30 cm. tall.
Distribution: Mostly east of the Cascades, less common west of the Cascades; introduced throughout northern temperate North America.
Habitat: Disturbed areas, often where sandy.
|Anchusa azurea (Italian bugloss, Italian alkanet)
(= Anchusa azurea in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Tap-rooted, perennial herbs, usually single-stemmed, the stems 4-15 dm. tall, with spreading, pungent hairs throughout.
Distribution: Scattered localities in Washington; British Columbia south to California, scattered localities east of the Cascades to the Atlantic Coast.
Habitat: Disturbed soil.
|Anchusa officinalis (common bugloss, common alkanet)
(= Anchusa officinalis in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Taprooted perennial, the several stems 3-8 dm. tall; herbage with spreading hairs throughout.
Distribution: Occurring in scattered locations throughout Washington, but mostly east of the Cascades; occurring throught much of western North America, the upper Midwest, and northeastern U.S.
Habitat: Disturbed areas.
WA Native Plant Society