WATER HEMLOCK (Cicuta maculata)
|Small Flowering Plants|
Location: Swamps and wet meadows
Season: Summer and fall
Leaf: Compound leaf, multiply divided into lanceolate leaflets. Each leaflet is toothed. Leaves are alternate along the stem of the plant.
Flower: Umbels, 2 to 4 inches wide. Individual flowers are white/green and less than 0.25" across.
Other facts: Plant 3-6' high; all parts of this plant are poison to taste.Click here for larger pictures.