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Seep Willow

Natural History

The Seep Willow is a member of the Sunflower Family. It grows to 12 feet in height and has dark green, thin, lance shaped leaves 6 inches in length. The plant typically grows in wet areas beside washes or streams at elevations between 2000-5500 feet.

Though it looks like a willow, the Seep Willow is actually a member of the Sunflower Family.

The Seep Willow typically blooms between March - December and produces white, rayless flowers which grow in clusters at the ends of its branches.

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