Willow-leaf lettuce in Asteraceae. Uncommon in North Central Texas, usually found in disturbed areas.
Non-native . Note narrow leaves that give it the common name .
Decumbent-branched from base; annual. Stems lithe, cream-colored. Leaves linear, bases hastate. Flowering heads appressed to stems.
These pretty little composites are common in disturbed areas.
4 and a half feet tall. Sap is milky. Stem is woody. Underneath of leaf is thorny along central vein.