Erigeron canadensis

Wildflowers Dicots Eudicots Asterids Asterales Asteraceae Astereae Erigeron

Horseweed, or Canadian Horseweed.

Common. Supposed to bloom year round.

Formerly Conyza canadensis.

Plant can grow to about 7 feet with lots of small daisy-like flowers at the top. The “flowers” are about 3mm in diameter with white ray-flowers and central disk flowers. Leaves are thin and lance-shaped.

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