|COMMON NAME:||Plantain, buckhorn|
|SCIENTIFIC NAME:||Plantago lanceolata|
|FEATURES:||Rosette, tap root. Leaves are lanceolate with prominent linear veins that run the length of the
leaf. Leaf hairs prominent early, but become less so as plant ages. Seedhead a stalk with apical
compact inflorescence- 1 to 3 cm in length. Seedheads not branching numerous.
|DESCRIPTION:||Rosette forming perennial common in pastures, along roadsides, and in some low-maintenance
managed turf. Often mistaken as monocot because of linear leaf veins. Not prominent in lower
mowed, high maintenance turf.