This is a distinctive biennial common in most deserts of the southwest and quite visible lining the sides of highways in the early spring.
Details & Attributes
|Longevity||5 (in years)|
In relative feet, width by height
|1.5 X 1|
|Description||Gray-green, deeply lobed, and covered with long soft white hair.|
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|Ethnobotany/Medical||Rubbed under the arms as a deodorant; mixed with clay and used in making adobes and plaster.|