(particularly disturbed areas)
Fiddleneck is a native species, it has a "weedy"
propensity to occupy disturbed areas. Look for it around the new
interpretative kiosks. Members of the borage family have flowers
arranged in a "helicoid cyme" or spiral. The outermost
flowers bloom first. The remaining flowers bloom as the spiral
uncoils. The plants can be harmful to cattle if eaten and the
bristly hairs can irritate human skin.