Growth Habitat: Perennial, erect up to 2 feet tall.
Leaves: 2-5 inches long, leaves reduce in size upward on the stem.
Stems: Glabrous to slightly pubescent.
Flowers: One per stem, 1-1/2 inches wide, white petals with yellow centers.
Roots: Shallow, branched rhizomes, and strong adventitious roots.
Seeds: Produces up to 26,000 seeds per plant, viable up to 6 years.
Reproduces: By seed and vegetatively along a rhizome.
Habitat: Found in meadows, roadsides, native grasslands, pastures, and waste places.