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Natural History

Fleabane  is a member of the Sunflower Family. It grows to 16 inches in height and has grayish green, hairy leaves.  The plant typically grows in woodlands and clearings at elevations between 4500-9500 feet.

There are more than two dozen Fleabane species in Arizona, they are difficult to distinguish from each other.

Fleabane typically blooms between May - October and produces daisy-like white to pale lavender flowers to 1 inch in width with a prominent yellow disk.

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