Prairie Fleabane


Erigeron strigosus Muhl. ex Willd. var. strigosus

Prairie Fleabane

Prairie Fleabane

Family :Asteraceae

Longevity :Annual

Origin :Native

Season :Cool

Prairie Fleabane is an annual to short-lived perennial that grows to be between one to two feet tall. It can be found growing in ditches, along roadsides, and in waste areas of the South Texas Plains and the Edwards Plateau. The flower heads have 50 to 100 white ray flowers and several yellow disk flowers. There can be several flower heads on a single stem and the flowers are about ½ inch across. Prairie Fleabane blooms from April to June.

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