| Home | Warning | Gear | Books | Photography | Hikes | Links | Flora & Fauna | Etiquette | About Me | What's New |



Fineleaf Woolywhite (Hymenopappus filifolius)

Natural History

Fineleaf Woolywhite is a member of the Sunflower Family. It grows to 30 inches in height and has grayish green, wooly leaves that are divided into thread-like segments and grow from 3 - 8 inches in length along the stem. The plant grows on rocky slopes, sandy soil or clearings in ponderosa pine forests..

Fineleaf Woolywhite is also known as Yellow Cut-leaf.

Fineleaf Woolywhite blooms between May - September and produces bright yellow pettalless flowers with long stamens, which grow in a circular disk to 1 inch in width.

Back to Flora & Fauna