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Bastard Toadflax (False Toadflax)

Photo of bastard toadflax plant with flowers
Bastard toadflax is a perennial herb with yellowish-green foliage and smooth, upright stems. It grows and flowers on dry or rocky uplands, glades, and prairies, under the hottest conditions, May through July. More

Bastard Toadflax (False Toadflax)

Photo of bastard toadflax, or false toadflax, plant with flowers
The flowers of bastard toadflax are whitish or cream-colored and grow in small, flattened clusters at the tops of stalks. The leaves are narrow, oblong, alternate, stalkless, to 1½ inches long, and yellowish green on both sides. The plant usually only grows to 1 foot high. More

Bastard Toadflax (False Toadflax)

Photo of bastard toadflax plant with flowers
Comandra umbellata (formerly C. richardsiana)
Despite its coarse-sounding name, bastard toadflax is one of the hundreds of wildflowers that bejewel our native prairies. A perennial herb with yellowish-green foliage and smooth, upright stems, it grows and flowers under the hottest conditions. More