Coefficient of Conservatism:
Coefficient of Wetness:
B. S. Walters
C. hybridum of Michigan Flora.
Native and not as weedy in habit as many species of the genus, growing in clearings and rocky areas in forests, on shores and river banks, as well as along new roadsides, in farms and gardens, and other ± disturbed places.
The pericarp varies from easily separable from the seed to closely adherent. The mature fruit is largely exposed, as the tepals do not cover it above and their margins are well separated on the sides.