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If it is like the ones we have here, it will have yellow flowers up and down a spike that will dry later on and be full of seeds. Most of them don't grow though. It makes a great dried flower that can be varnished, or painted. Dries very hard. I personally like this plant even tho it is considered a weed here. Gets about 4-5 ft. tall. Well, the spike does.