(Linaria dalmatica (L.) Mill.)
Produced by Wyoming Weed & Pest Council in cooperation with Sandoz Crop Protection Corp.
Toxicity: Suspected to be toxic to some animals if large quantities are ingested.
Growth Habit: Perennial, often over 3 ft. tall, erect.
Leaves: Light green, alternate, broad, heart shaped, clasping the stem.
Stem: Branching, light green, smooth and leafy
Flower: Snapdragon type, bright yellow, tinged with orange, to 1/2" long spur, born in upper leaf axils.
Roots: Vigorous, deep and extensive, creeping roots
Seeds: Numerous, irregularly angled.
Reproduction: Spread by seed and creeping roots
Biological Controls: Toadflax Flower-Feeding Beetle, Toadflax Capsule Weevil, Toadflax Moth.
Herbicides: Tordon, Escort, Telar.