The Wild Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) is a species of plant in the Apiaceae family.
This plant can reach up to about 1.5m in height, and has pennate leaves which are also serrated. The flowers are in umbels, and are yellow. Flowers in the Summer.
Range & HabitatEdit
This species is common in southern England and Wales, but scarce elsewhere. Inhabits grasslands and waste grounds.