Erigeron foliosus blochmaniae
No current common name.
A plant from coastal sand dunes. We grow this for site- specific plantings to mitigate new construction. (Those of you that oversee these jobs should know that most of the time the plants themselves come back well from the roots if any can be left on site.) In the nursery here it seems to be stable in containers and in the ground. It is native on pure sand. I've not tried it on other soils yet.. (Although it is ok here in clay-loam.)
Syn: Erigeron blochmaniae.
Erigeron foliosus blochmaniae tolerates sand.
Erigeron foliosus blochmaniae is great for a butterfly garden.
Erigeron foliosus blochmaniae's foliage color is white and type is deciduous.
Erigeron foliosus blochmaniae's flower color is blue.
Communities for Erigeron foliosus blochmaniae:Coastal Sage Scrub and Coastal Strand.
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What does all this mean!?!