A species of plant from the amaranth family (Amaranthaceae), common in Europe (except the north), and in western Asia.
An annual herbaceous plant 10-30 cm tall. Stems branched from the base. Leaves 3-sided, sharp, 10–20 mm long (on shortened branches - 5–10 mm)
How to get rid of:
Hand pulling, grubbing, and hoeing may be practical on small populations of sulfur cinquefoil and if it is applied persistently can reduce populations. Pulling and grubbing must remove the caudex to be effective. Follow-up treatments will be necessary where a persistent seed bank exists.