Rahul Sharma

Erigeron argentatus

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Asteraceae
Genus  Erigeron
Higher classification  Fleabane
Order  Asterales
Tribe  Astereae
Scientific name  Erigeron argentatus
Rank  Species
Erigeron argentatus
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Erigeron argentatus is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family known by the common name silver fleabane. It is native to the western United States (Utah, Nevada, eastern California, northern Arizona, northwestern New Mexico, southern Colorado.

Erigeron argentatus grows in woodlands and rocky mountainous habitat. It is a small perennial attaining a maximum height from 10 to 40 centimeters (4-16 inches). It grows in clumps with leaves and erect stems covered in dense white or silvery hairs. Most of the leaves are near the base of the plant and are somewhat erect and a few centimeters long. The stems bear single flower heads each 1-2 centimeters (0.4-0.8 inches) wide with blue or lavender ray florets and golden yellow disc florets.

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