Turpentine Brush is a
of the Sunflower Family. It is a small bush which grows to 3 feet in
height and has light green to grayish green linear leaves. The plant
typically grows in canyons and along rocky slopes at elevations between
3000 - 6000 feet.
The Turpentine Brush gets its
name from the fact that its leaves smell like turpentine when
The plant typically blooms between July
- September and produces yellow rayed flowers to 3/8 inches in length
which grow in a dense cluster at the ends of the leafy branches.