Subalpine Gumweed

Subalpine Gumweed Plant Information

Subalpine Gumweed grows in the following 3 states:

Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming

Grindelia subalpina, the subalpine gumweed, is a North American species of flowering plants in the Astereae tribe of the daisy family.

The plant is native to the Rocky Mountains, in Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico.
It grows in open rocky or gravelly sites in the Rocky Mountains.
Grindelia subalpina is a biennial, or perennial herb up to 60 cm (2 feet) tall.
The plant usually produces numerous flower heads in open branching arrays. Each head has 18-27 ray flowers, surrounding a large number of tiny disc flowers.

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