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Kingdom  Plantae
Tribe  Heliantheae
Higher classification  Daisy family
Order  Asterales
Scientific name  Eriophyllum
Rank  Genus
Eriophyllum Eriophyllum Oregon Sunshine
Lower classifications  Eriophyllum lanatum, Eriophyllum confertiflorum, Eriophyllum latilobum, Eriophyllum pringlei, Eriophyllum ambiguum

M cor plant id walk with gordon pratt eriophyllum confertiflorum golden yarrow

Eriophyllum, commonly known as the woolly sunflower, is a North American genus of plants in the sunflower family. The genus is native to western North America (USA, Canada, northwestern Mexico), with a concentration of narrow endemics in California.


Eriophyllum Sunflower Oregon Sunshine Eriophyllum lanatum var leucophyllum

Eriophyllum species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Phymatopus californicus.

Eriophyllum garden plants


Eriophyllum Woolly Sunflower Oregon Sunshine The Genus Eriophyllum in the

Eriophyllum is an annual or perennial shrub or subshrub, some species growing to a height of 200 cm (6.7 feet). Leaves present generally alternate and entire to nearly compound, with woolly hairs on some of the species. The inflorescence contains numerous yellow flower heads in flat-topped clusters. The involucre structure is obconic to hemispheric. Phyllaries are either free or more or less fused; the receptacle presents typically flat, but naked. The ray flowers are present in some species but not in others. Fruits are angled in the outer flowers, but are generally club-shaped for the inner flowers; the pappus is somewhat jagged.

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Eriophyllum Eriophyllum confertiflorum Golden Yarrow
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