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A well-branched grayish-green plant with mostly opposite, toothed, nearly triangular leaves and yellow flower heads. The flower heads are up to 2 inches (5 cm) across and have 3-toothed rays. The silvery green leaves are triangular with toothed margins.— Wildflower.org
Cowpen daisy earned its name from a descriptive example of the type of disturbed soil on which it thrives.