Centaurea montana

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Perennial Cornflower (Centaurea montana): Common ornamental in many communities, may have started to go feral in some locations, but does not yet seem to be naturalized in the region. Collections in ARCTOS from Hyder and Juneau.

Considered potentially invasive, AKEPIC data includes reports from other communities in the region as well.

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