Pseudognaphalium canescens

Wildflowers Dicots Eudicots Asterids Asterales Asteraceae Inuleae Pseudognaphalium

White everlasting.

Grows on the upper reaches of most trails, also seen in town, blooms March-January.

Formerly Gnaphalium canescens. At least one former subspecies of G. canescens is now considered a species in its own right P. beneolens.

At the end of July the flowers dry out and open.

Leaves alternate.

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