Grains Research and Development

Rosettes (87 results)

  • Amsinckia

    Amsinckia spp.


    • Mature plant erect to 90 cm, stem branched with long stiff and short downy hairs, flowering stems branched with alternate, stem clasping leaves smaller than rosette leaves.
    • Cotyledons ‘Y’ shaped, round apex, a few fine hairs and small ‘pimples’ on the upper surface.
  • Bluebells

    Wahlenbergia sp.


    There are a number of blue bells which are very difficult to separate into different species. Different species can be annual or perennial.
    Seedlings form a rosette. Leaves are alternate or opposite and all occur at the base of the plant or on the lower stem. Perennial species often have a woody rootstock or spread by rhizomes.

  • Charlock

    Sinapis arvensis

    West, North

    Seed leaves kidney-shaped with the apex indented. The first true leaves are irregularly lobed with hairs on the upper leaf surface.
    Mature plants are upright, up to 1 m tall. Leaves are bristly.

  • Chickory

    Cichorium intybus


    • Mature plant erect, rigid, grooved, branching, semi- naked stems to 1.2 m high with a stout taproot.
    • Cotyledons round or club shaped, indented apex, short petiole, hairless.
    • Fragrant

    Cutleaf cranesbill

    Geranium dissectum


    • Mature plant prostrate or semi- erect, covered with short hairs with branching stems up to 40 cm long.
    • Cotyledons kidney-shaped, hairless with a notched base and apex.
  • Capeweed Cape Dandelion

    Arctotheca calendula


    Seed leaves are club-shaped, hairless with rounded ends. First true leaves are lance-shaped and variably lobed. Seedling forms a rosette.
    Leaves are serrated and deeply lobed, green and rough on the upper surface and white and cottony underneath.