Sibara virginica

Weed Characteristics

Other Names: Virginia rockcress, Virginia cress, Virginia winged rockcress, Virginia sibara

Leaf Type: Broadleaf

Flowers: White

Leaves: Deeply lobed, comblike leaf segments

Life Cycle: Winter annual

Weedy annual plant. Leaves have a prominent stem lined with small, deeply lobed leaflets. Forms a low-growing rosette of foliage. Tiny white flowers with 4 petals are displayed on erect, 12" stems. Reproduces by seed. Long, narrow seed pods are typical of the brassica (mustard) family. Closely resembles hairy bittercress but can be distinguished by narrow leaf segments and larger, flat seed pods. Seeds have winged margins. Native to North America.

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