Species: Machaeranthera tanacetifolia - Tanseyleaf Tansyaster

Tahoka Daisy Bloom

Machaeranthera tanacetifolia
Tahoka-daisy is a low, spreading, 6-12 in. annual with delicate but showy, aster-like flowers. Numerous lavender rays surround a yellow center. The stems are densely covered with sharp-pointed, deeply cut leaves which appear fern-like. Plants often form clumps or mounds.

 

Common Name(s)

Tanseyleaf Tansyaster, Tansy Aster, Tahoka Daisy

 

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Online

NRCS Profile
Native Plant Database

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Common Rangeland Plants of the Texas Panhandle

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