Devil's claw (yellow flower)

Proboscidea lutea

Devil's claw (yellow flower) is an erect, low-growing annual herb with an unpleasant odour.

Stems: Stems have many branches and are hollow. They are covered with glandular hairs which exude a slimy, sticky sap.

Leaves: Leaves of Devil's claw (yellow flower) are round to heart-shaped, 5-25 cm across, opposite and covered with glandular hairs as on the stems. Stalks grow to 20 cm long.

Flowers: Devil's claw (yellow flower) has yellow flowers with red or purple markings. They are trumpet-shaped, 2.5-5 cm long and 5-7.5 cm in diameter.

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