Entire Leave Thelypody
Thelypodium integrifolium (Nutt.) Endl.

Erect, stoutly tap rooted biennial 6-10 dm or more tall.. Leaves simple, the basal ones usually withering early, 10-25 cm long, with blades ovate-lanceolate. entire to sinuate-dentate; petioles about equaling the blades; cauline leaves 3-10 cm long, 2-15 mm wide. Racemes flat-topped, elongating in fruit; pedicels slender, 4-12 mm long, ascending to spreading. Sepals whitish to purple-tinged, linear to linear-lanceolate, 3.5-5 mm long; petals white to pink or purple-tinged, long-clawed, 6-9 mm long.  Flowers Jun--Aug.  Grows in wet meadows, stream banks and flats, often where alkaline or saline.  Found in North Central and Western States.

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