Cypselae of the ray florets are slightly different, usually 3-angled. Fran, the tallest this species is known to get is just over 2 feet tall, even at its most robust, and that particular variety is limited to the southwestern US. Distinguishing characteristics are reported to be leaf shape, degree of hairiness, degree of glandular hairs, number of flower heads and number of florets. Differences are in the amount and type of leaf hair, shape of the flower head, and showy-ness and number of the ray florets. This is a great xeriscaping selection for a prairie garden.
Chrysopsis villosa 'San Bruno Mountain'
A drought-tolerant sun lover for mid-borders, prairie areas, native plant gardens or naturalized areas. Aster scopulorum See other species in family: In some varieties there are 1 to 2 leaf-like bracts beneath the flower head on the flower stalk which is usually hairy, sometimes with glandular hair. The description given here is a summary of general characteristics of the plant. Stems are hairy with long grayish to whitish hairs, sometime appressed. Good in rock gardens and as accent plant in perennial borders.
hairy golden aster - Memidex dictionary/thesaurus
Gray Aster Eurybia glauca Other Names: Branchinectid Brine shrimp Information on this Species is incomplete Golden aster Golden asters Heterotheca Chrysopsis members of the plant family Asteraceae. Dwarf Golden Aster Heterotheca pumila. Aster eatonii See other species in family: Dwarf Golden Aster Heterotheca pumila Family: Elegant Aster Eucephalus elegans Other Names:
Bark Beetles Information on this Species is incomplete Search for native plants by scientific name, common name or family. Bibliography Bibref - Gardening with Prairie Plants: The "Bloom Period" is an indicator of the time period within which the wildflowers will bloom and does not describe the time period that a single plant will bloom. Aster ciliolatus Status Under Review See other species in family: Oligoneuron album, Aster ptarmicoides. September 10, Location: