Selected Plants of Navajo Rangelands
(a.k.a. Sand aster, heath-leaved chaetopappa)
Rose heath is a petite (2-6 inches tall) perennial, native plant growing in dry open places. Stems are hairy and glandular. It flowers (white or pink) in May-September. It is abundant and widespread.
Forage value is unknown.
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