ROADWEEDS OF THE UPPER PENINSULA
|Fleabane (Erigeron spp.)|
Fleabanes are another common roadside plant in the Composite family. Many small flowers, with specialized functions and appearances, make up what looks like a single, showy flower. Daisies and asters have a look similar to fleabanes. Michigan has seven species of fleabanes, with one on the state threatened list (E. hyssopifolius). Three species occur commonly throughout the Michigan.
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