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Symphyotrichum campestre

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Kingdom  Plantae
Tribe  Astereae
Scientific name  Symphyotrichum campestre
Rank  Species
Order  Asterales
Genus  Symphyotrichum
Higher classification  Symphyotrichum
Similar  Symphyotrichum, Daisy family, Symphyotrichum ascendens, Symphyotrichum eatonii, Symphyotrichum falcatum

Symphyotrichum campestre (formerly Aster campestris) is a species of aster known by the common name western meadow aster. It is native to much of western North America from British Columbia, California, and the Rocky Mountains region, to Arizona and New Mexico., where it grows in many habitat types, generally at some elevation.

Description

It is a perennial herb growing to a maximum height near half a meter from a long rhizome. The thin brown stems are covered in rough hairs and resin glands. The leaves are a few centimeters long, linear to oval in shape, and often hairy. The glandular inflorescence holds several flower heads containing many violet ray florets around a center of long yellow disc florets. The fruit is a hairy achene.

References

Symphyotrichum campestre Wikipedia


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