|Photo taken in Long Valley by Allen Keeney, NHA.|
- Sunflower (Asteraceae; old, Compositae)
- dry, open areas
- A two-four foot, narrow stem encircled with shiny leaves and tiny green flowers.
- July, August; LV, RV, TV
- Crushed leaves are aromatic; used medicinally for colds, fever and headache; juices applies to poison oak rashes.