Brickellia Scabra

Brickellia Scabra Plant Information

Brickellia Scabra grows in the following 7 states:

Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, Nevada

Brickellia microphylla, known as the littleleaf brickellbush, is a flowering plant species in the daisy family native to western North America.

The plant is widespread across much of the Western United States and Northwestern Mexico. It is found from California and Baja California east to New Mexico and Colorado, and north to Washington, Idaho, and Wyoming.
Brickellia microphylla var. scabra has a more eastern and southern distribution in the species' range, and grades into Brickellia microphylla var. microphylla in southern and central Utah and eastern California.
Brickellia microphylla is a shrub 30- -70 centimetres (12- -28in) in size.
It produces many small, pale yellow flower heads pale yellow, often purple-tinged. They are often clumped together at the ends of branches. The bloom period is July to October.
Varieties, which can intergrade, include:

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