Erigeron acer

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Erigeron acer
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E. acer
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Erigeron acer
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Erigeron acer is a widespread herbaceous plant. Common names include bitter fleabane and blue fleabane. The species is native to Canada, colder parts of the United States,[4][5] northern, central, and southeastern Asia,[6] and most of Europe.[7]

Erigeron acer is a biennial or perennial herb up to 100 cm (40 inches) tall, producing a taproot and a woody rhizome. One plant can produce many small flower heads, each with pink, lilac, or occasionally white ray florets and yellow disc florets.[6]

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