|Lapsana humilis is a
biennial herb found near residences or causeways on forest edges,
growing 20-40cm in height. The whole is tender, and radical leaves
extend themselves obliquely upward or, at times, lay down. Radical
leaves measure 5-15cm in length,1.5-3cm in width, and deeply cleft
in a lyrate way; on-stem leaves are small. Flower heads are yellow,
approximately 8mm in diameter, and have cylindrical involucres.
Bloom time: May-July.