Common name(s): Bicolor everlasting, bicolor cudweed, Two-tone everlasting
Family: Asteraceae - Sunflower family
Species: Gnaphalium bicolor
Commonly found: Stabilized dunes
Size: 9in-4ft tall
Description: This perennial herb has a woody base and is densely covered with white hairs. The leaves are green on top but have a grey-white hairy underside, hence the name "bicolor". The leaves are pungently scented, giving off a lemon-like aroma. The bracts around the flower heads are white or light yellow.
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