Eurybia furcata (E.S.Burgess) G.L.Nesom
Family: Asteraceae
forked aster,  more...
[Aster furcatus E.S.Burgess,  more]
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Christopher Noll  
Etymology: Aster: from the Greek aster, "a star," describing the radiate heads of the flowers
Plants: perennial, 12"-32" tall forb; upper part of stems usually fuzzy; from colony-forming rhizomes
Leaves: thick, stiff, mostly hairy below, edges with tiny teeth; lower long-stalked, oval to elliptical with a heart-shaped base; upper lance-like, stalklessleaf drawing
Flowers: head 1"-1 1/2" wide with 9-18 white rays becoming pinkish with age; inflorescence flat to round-topped branched cluster
Habitat: rich woods
Eurybia furcata image
Signe Holtz  
Eurybia furcata image
Christopher Noll  
Eurybia furcata image
Eurybia furcata image
Eurybia furcata image
Eurybia furcata image
Eurybia furcata image
Eurybia furcata image
Eurybia furcata image
Eurybia furcata image
Eurybia furcata image
Eurybia furcata image
Eurybia furcata image
Eurybia furcata image
Eurybia furcata image
Eurybia furcata image
Eurybia furcata image
Eurybia furcata image
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