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Common names: spreading daisy.
Annual, Sunflower Family.
Blooms February-October in all deserts.
6-15 inches (15-40 cm) high. Stems may be hairy.
This little daisy blooms in cheery roadside clusters, up dry slopes from the deserts into the mountains.
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