Europe and western and central Asia
Dalmatian toadflax is distributed in many areas of the Columbia Shuswap region.
This plant grows upright up to 1.5 metres tall. The leaves are pale green and waxy with a heart-shaped pointed tip. The plant is similar to yellow toad-flax but is larger and has heart-shaped rather than lance-shaped leaves.
The best control is prevention and early action.
For recommended control methods please visit these resources: http://www.co.lincoln.wa.us/WeedBoard/biocontrol/DALMATIAN%20TOADFLAX%20BROCHURE.pdf
This plant spreads by roots and seeds and is similar in appearance to Snapdragons. A mature plant can produce up to 500,000 seeds which are viable for up to 10 years. The plant is toxic to livestock but is rarely consumed.