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Plant Form Herbaceous shrub. Size 1-3 m tall. Stem Purplish, erect, smooth, and shortly branched near top. Has glandular hairs when young. Leaves Oppositely arranged, dark green, diamond shaped 3-12 cm long with small stiff hairs and toothed edges. Flowers In cluster of 40-50 small white daisy-like flowers. Fruit and Seeds Small seed like capsules, dark brown to black, angular, and with a ring of white hairs at top. Habitat Roadsides, old gardens, pastures, hillsides. Distinguishing Features Distinguished from Mistflower (Ageratina riparia) by upright habit.
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