C. Intybus: stems hispid, 1-3 feet high; leaves spreading on the ground, hairy, runcinately pinnatifid, with a large terminal lobe and smaller lateral ones, all pointed and coarsely-toothed, the upper leaves small, less cut, embracing the stem by pointed auricles; flower-heads in closely-sessile clusters of two or three along the stiff, spreading branches, the florets large, bright blue. - Succory. - Dry wastes, roadsides, and borders of fields. El July, August.