|Other names:||lambsquarters, lambsquarters goosefoot, white goosefoot, fat-hen, pigweed, mealweed|
Among the most common of all annual weeds. Leaves are generally oval to triangular and dull green with a powdery white coating that can be easily rubbed off. Flowers are in short spikes at stem ends. Stems are often striped with red at maturity. Plants grow 3 to 5 ft tall.