Kathleen Hird Kostner
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Author: Kathleen Hird Kostner

Common Henbit is a short, sprawling annual herb with light hairy stems. The specific Latin name "amplexicaul" refers to the leaves grasping the stem. The seeds of this low-growing plant are a tasty treat for foraging chickens, hence the name Henbit. Turtles and voles also love Henbit....