Symphyotrichum subulatum (Michx.) G.L.Nesom (redirected from: Aster subulatus)
Family: Asteraceae
eastern annual saltmarsh aster
[Aster ensifer Bosser.,  more]
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Etymology: Aster: from the Greek aster, "a star," describing the radiate heads of the flowers
Plants: erect, annual forb 4"-40" tall; stems smooth to slightly fleshy
Leaves: linear
Flowers: heads less than 1/2" wide with very small bluish rays; inflorescence open
Habitat: wet marshes
Conservation Status: Introduced - adventive
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