Sticky conyzaConyza coulteri, native
- a dicot in the Asteraceae family -
 

perfect symmetry is often found in the young palnts at Kaweah Oaks Preservemature sticky conyza plant with flowers and seed heads already formed

The young sticky conzya plant is one of the prettiest plants at the preserve. The soft, sea foam green leaves gently hug the main stem and each leaf seems to glow as the early morning sun performs its magic. As the plant matures the leaves grow further apart. The multiple yellow blooms are a favorite for local bees, wasps and beetles and the seed heads appear as spun gold in wintertime. Finches and sparrows enjoy the harvest all winter long.

sticky conyza in full bloomsticky conyza's fluffy seeds are an attraction for our winter birds
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