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Ericameria lignumviridis
Scientific classification
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Tribe:
Astereae
Genus:
Ericameria
Species:
E. lignumviridis
Binomial name
Ericameria lignumviridis
(S.L. Welsh) G.L. Nesom
Synonyms

Haplopappus lignumviridis S.L. Welsh

Ericameria lignumviridis, common name Greenwood's goldenbush or heath-goldenrod, is a plant species endemic to Sevier County, Utah. It grows in riparian areas alongside Urtica dioica, Salix laevigata and other riverbank plants.

Ericameria lignumviridis is a shrub up to 30 cm (12 inches) tall, with branching stems. Leaves are oblanceolate, up to 30 mm (1.2 inches) long. Flower heads are arranged in cymous fashion. Ray flowers and disc flowers are both yellow.

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