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Erigeron blochmaniae ~ Blochman's Erigeron

Erigeron blochmaniae is a California Native perennial with a long blooming season, often in flower from Spring to Fall. Blochman's Erigeron has slender stems that reach to 2.5 feet tall and flop a bit more. Erigeron blochmaniae has 1/2" lavender to white ray flowers with yellow centers at the tops of the stalks. Erigeron blochmaniae is native to the coastal dunes and backdunes of Northern Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties. Erigeron blochmaniae is a food source for the Painted Lady Butterfly, California Dogface Butterfly, Cloudless Sulfur, Common Buckeye, Gray Hairstreak, Great Purple Hairstreak, White Checkered Skipper, Northern White Skipper, Mormon Metalmark, and the White Lined Sphinx Moth and is a great addition to the butterfly garden.

Erigeron blochmaniae, Blochman's Erigeron

Lavender to White flowers of Erigeron blochmaniae - Blochman's Erigeron. High resolution photos are part of our garden image collection.

Other plants from the Erigeron Genus featured on this site:
Erigeron argentatus
Erigeron foliosus foliosus * Leafy Fleabane, Hartweg's Fleabane
Erigeron glaucus Bountiful
Erigeron glaucus Cape Sebastian
Erigeron glaucus Sea Breeze
Erigeron glaucus Wayne Roderick
Erigeron glaucus White Lights
Erigeron karviskianus * Santa Barbara Daisy
Erigeron speciosus