Rosy Camphorweed

Rosy Camphorweed, Pluchea rosea

The ovate to lanceolate, petiolate leaves of this robust annual are 5-12 cm long and more or less succulent. The dark pink rayless flower heads are rather compact terminal clusters. These plants are found in salt marshes along the coast. (Florida Wild Flowers and Roadside Plants, 1982)

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