Erigeron lassenianus facts for kids
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Erigeron lassenianus is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family known by the common name Mount Lassen fleabane.
Erigeron lassenianus is a member of the coniferous forest understory. It grows erect or in low patches on the ground, reaching a maximum height of about 35 centimeters (14 inches). Its blue-green hairy foliage grows in a basal patch and along the stem, the leaves long and straight to spoon-shaped and between 5 and 15 centimeters (2-6 inches) in length. Atop the few-branched stem is an inflorescence of one to several flower heads each 5 to 12 centimeters (2-5 inches) wide. The center of each head is packed with golden yellow to pinkish-orange disc florets. Some heads also have ray florets which may be lavender or pinkish.
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