Chaenactis parishii is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family known by the common name Parish's chaenactis.
The Chaenactis parishii subshrub produces a number of erect stems up to 60 centimeters tall which are covered in a white feltlike coat of hairs. The woolly leaves are a few centimeters long and divided into many small lobes. The inflorescence bears flower heads on a tall, erect peduncle. The flower head is lined with grayish woolly phyllaries and contains many white or pink-tinted flowers. The fruit is an achene with a pappus of scales.
- Jepson Manual Treatment - Chaenactis parishii
- USDA Plants Profile; Chaenactis parishii
- Flora of North America
- Chaenactis parishii - Photo gallery
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