The Yellow Toadflax is native to most of Europe and northern Asia, from the United Kingdom south to Spain in the west, and east to eastern Siberia and western China. It was imported to the United States in the late 1600s, for ornamental and folk remedy uses. Today it is located throughout the United States and Canada.
Impacts and Solutions
This plant is a lawn weed and, in minor cases, has poisoned cattle. People can pull these plant up or spray weed killer to get rid of them.