A handsome bush, about three feet high, covered with many flowers, on slender flower-stalks, sticking up out of a mass of rather delicate foliage, which is often covered with white cottony wool. The flowers are an inch and three-quarters across, with bright light yellow, rather untidy rays and yellow centers. This grows in dry stream beds and on warm slopes in the foothills.

Creek Senecio S. Douglasii. Squaw weed  S.perplexus var dispar

Creek Senecio-S. Douglasii. Squaw-weed -S.perplexus var dispar. SUNFLOWER FAMILY. Compositae.