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Baccharis halimifolia is a shrub growing to about 12 ft (4 m) high and comparably wide, or occasionally a small tree. Its simple, alternate, thick, egg-shaped to rhombic leaves mostly have coarse teeth, with the uppermost leaves entire. These fall-flowering Baccharis plants are dioecious, with male and female flowers on separate individuals. Their flowers are borne in numerous small, compact heads in large leafy terminal inflorescences, with the snowy-white, cotton-like female flower-heads showy and conspicuous at a distance.

In the field behind my apartment, Myrtle Beach, SC USA

My name is Dawne Dunton, I’ll be honest and say I can’t really call myself an artist or a professional photographer. I’ve never taken a class, I’m purely an amateur that wants to be more. I take photos of just about everything that catches my eye, and I mean everything. Some of my photos may be odd to you, but I like the odd. I hope you enjoy what I see!!

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  • kalaryder
    kalaryderalmost 2 years ago

    2/2/2013

  • Thank you so very much!

    – ©Dawne M. Dunton

  • MotherNature
    MotherNaturealmost 2 years ago

    There is always something new to learn and appreciate. Beautiful! Congratulations on your feature in Wildflowers of the World – FAVE:>)

  • Thank you!!

    – ©Dawne M. Dunton

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