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Baby Aster

Natural History

Baby Aster are members of the Sunflower Family. The plant grows to 6 inches in height and has greyish-green, linear, finely haired leaves that grow along the entire stem to 0.25 inches in length. The plant typically grows on dry slopes and mesas at elevations between 3500-7000 feet.

Baby Aster is also known as White Aster.

Baby Asters bloom between March - September and produces white, ray flowers with yellow central disks that form at the end of the plant's stalks.

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