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Chrysocoma

Flower
Family Asteraceae
Name Chrysocoma ciliata
Featured Plant April 2010
Etymology
Chrysocoma From Latin chryseus meaning golden, and Latin coma meaning hair, referring to the fine golden petals of the flower.
ciliata From Latin cilia meaning eyelashes, to mean fringed with hairs.

  See also:  Composite Flowers, Trees & shrubs

Chrysocoma ciliata is a low growing shrub that flowers in the spring. The small yellow daisy like terminal flowers are produced en-masse, smothering the plant.



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