Wedelia hispida H.B.K.
Robert Runyon 3357
Date: 22 April 1937
United States, Texas, Cameron, Loma Alta on south side, 10 miles NE of Brownsville. Elev. 15 m.
Habitat and Description:
Habit: woody base, branched, herbaceous above. Habitat: dry, well drained, high situations. Perennial. Soil: clay. Flowers: terminal, orange rays brown disk. Color: orange with brown. Month: summer. Leaves: opposite, oblong acuminate to linear. Commonly with 2 lobes below middle of blade. Roots: deep seated. Scattered in well drained soils.
Record Id: 3a3cdd7f-4056-491e-8e13-ee19862edfa1