New York Metropolitan Flora

Family: Asteraceae

Baccharis halimifolia
Baccharis halimifolia   L.  -  Groundsel-tree

Photo © by Steven Clemants
Taken at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, NY, 1999.

By Science Staff

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Last Modified 07/09/2013

Key to the genera of Asteraceae

1. Heads yellow; leaves all alternate...Baccharis
1. Heads white to green; leaves opposite below...Iva

List of Asteraceae Genera

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