False Dandelions

false dandelion plant agoseris-apargioides
Agoseris apargioides

Agoseris Apargioides, is a species in the sunflower family, is commonly called 'seaside agoseris, or seaside false-dandelion'. It is native to the Pacific coast of the United States. This low-growing, perennial herb contains milky or orange sap, that may be stemless or with long, rhizome-like stems that are buried by drifting sand.

The leaves form low rosettes on the ground. They are slender to broad, up to 15 centimeters long. The flower head is up to 2 centimeters wide, surrounded by glabrous to hairy phyllaries, and contains yellow ray florets (the outer ones often have a purple strip on the lower surface) but no disc florets.   Source-Wikipedia

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