06 September 2012

Spotted Knapweed Flower, Corvallis, Montana

Before 1920, spotted knapweed was unheard of in Montana. Within 80 years, it had infested every county in the State. Certain goats thrive on it, and bees make some zingy honey from the flowers, but you probably don't want to add these asides to any conversation with a commited Montana rancher.

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