|Canyon Ragweed is a
of the Sunflower Family. It grows to 2 feet in height and has green,
broadly triangular leaves with toothed edges which grow to 1.5 inches in
width. The plant typically grows in rocky soils at elevations below 3000 feet.
The Rock Daisy at right was
photographed in the Eagletail Mountains Wilderness.
Emory's Rock Daisy typically blooms
between February - May and produces a typical daisy-like flower to 0.5
inches in width.