an annual/biennial herb, grows on roadsides or corners of parks or
yards, occasionally in colonies. The whole feels somewhat soft, with
some fine hairs. Radical leaves lay themselves in a rosette way,
measuring 8-25cm in length, 1.7-6cm in width, and deeply cut in a
lyrate way; terminal lobes are triangular-ovate, with tips round.
On-stem leaves on lower parts are somewhat pointed, and those on
upperparts are fewer in number and smaller, tinging a bit
brown-purple. Stem tips bear 7-8mm-across yellow flowers in a
caribous way. Bloom time: May-October.