A perennial that resembles dandelion but produces an attractive blue or purple flower. Chicory is primarily a weed of pastures, hayfields, and turfgrass and is found throughout the United States.
Structure: Stem grows from a low rosette of toothed leaves
Life Cycle: Perennial
What To Look For: Bright blue daisy-like flowers with notched tips on a rigid, nearly naked stem
Growth Period: June through October, blooms April through July