Floccose-woolly, surculose, forming broad patches. Leaves: basal ones spatulate or obovate, white-canescent on both sides; stem-leaves linear, sessile. Flowers: heads in a terminal capitate or corymbose cluster,
The Pink Everlasting is so conspicuous by reason of its rosy crackling flowers, with their white silky centres and white woolly stems and leaves, that it requires little definite description for identification. It has a tuft of procumbent foliage at the. base, and all the way up the stem there cling many tiny narrow leaves. Growing from two to twelve inches high, this plant will be found in the same localities as the white species.
Rough Fleabane (Erigeron glabellus)
Pink Everlasting (Antennaria rosea)