Cow Parsnip is a member of the Carrot
grows to 10 feet
in height and has large,
green leaves divided into 3 lobes with toothed edges to which grow to 16
inches in length. It grows in moist, shady places to 9000 feet in
Cow Parsnip is the largest native
carrot species in North America.
Cow Parsnip blooms between February - September and
produces a flower umbel to 1 foot in width which is comprised of many
small, white flower with 5 petals each to 0.25 inches long.