Perennial by a woody root. Stems: simple or branched above, sometimes hirsute. Leaves: pubescent, entire, the basal ones spatulate; stem-leaves oblong-lanceolate, obtuse or acute. Flowers: heads several or solitary, involucre hemispheric, hirsute; rays very narrow, about one hundred or more.
This charming Fleabane grows in dry soil and bears flowers of many hues, - pink, mauve, cream, and white. It has long narrow leaves, which, together with the stalks, are hairy.