Selected Plants of Navajo Rangelands

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Daisy, rock
(a.k.a. Emory's rock daisy)

A group of flowers growing clustered together

The rock daisy is native to Arizona, Utah, Nevada, and California. It is an herbaceous annual that may grow in clumps to a height of two feet. The leaves are spade shaped with toothed margins. The flowers are white with yellow centers.

Underside and side view of a flower, showing the raised disk and involucre
Top view of flower with white rays and yellow disk flowers
Slender stems and flowers
Growth habit and habitat

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