Plant grew in dry, dirt area near an oak bush. Tall, skinny, and sparse. Clusters of flowers were smaller than that of Cow Parsnip and Queen Anne's Lace, but flowers were in bloom. Odor was not distinct. Appeared to be only one in the area, and flower clumps on the plant were not large in number. Identified by The Wild Garden: Hansen's Northwest Native Plant Database.
Late bloomer before a giant stand of dead ones.
Conium (/koʊˈnaɪ.əm/ or /ˈkoʊniəm/) is a genus of one or two species of highly poisonous perennial herbaceous flowering plants in the family Apiaceae, native to Europe and the Mediterranean region as Conium maculatum (known popularly as Hemlock), and to southern Africa as Conium chaerophylloides.