Erigeron divergens (Fleabane)

Botanical Name: Erigeron divergens
Common Name: Fleabane
Plant Type: Wildflower

Sun Requirement(s): Part to Full
Water Requirement(s): Low

Habitat(s): Pinion-juniper woodlands, Ponderosa forests
Elevation: From 1000 to 9000 feet

Fall/Bloom Color(s): Violet

Blooms from July to Sept

Height: 18 Inches

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

Spreading Fleabane has historically been used as a snuff for headaches, in several ways in ceremonies, as eyewash, for snakebites and as an omen of fortune. Attracts butterflies