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Also known as the Seaside daisy, this perennial is five to thirty centimeters, emanating from a thick rhizome base. The plant is more or less decumbent and generally branched near mid-stem. The glandular to densely spreading, hairy Leaves are thick, two to 13 cm long; the leaves are widely obovate to spoon-shaped, and cauline. The inflorescence: heads, numbering one to fifteen, are 15 to 35 mm in diameter and manifest white to purple or blue coloration.