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Title:
Blue savannah aster
Topics:
Botany
Subjects:
Flowers
Southern swamp aster (Eurybia paludosa)
Eurybia
Original Format:
Lantern slide; Hand-colored lantern slide; 3.25 x 4 in.
Item identifier:
0021025
Photographer:
Created Date:
to
Description:
Aster paludosus (blue flowers) narrow leaves; From Natural Gardens (pages 432-433): "The genus of flowering herbs in North Carolina having the largest number of species, for no less than 60 occur within the state. Perennials, 1-8 ft. high with the purple, light purplish or white rayed heads borne in open or sometimes rather compact clusters above; rays usually numerous, over 10; central or tubular flowers usually yellow in color changing in age to reddish brown or purplish; calyx bristles mostly in a simple series about the corolla: leaves alternate, various. Nearly all of our habitats have aster representatives. The blooming period for the genus is late summer and fall. Only a few species need be given special mention: the grass-leaved bog or savannah aster (A.paludosus)."
Genre:
Close-up views
Photographs
Location:
Big Savannah (N.C.)
Digital Project:
B. W. Wells
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