Acourtia is a genus of flowering plants in the daisy family, Asteraceae. Plants in this genus are known generally as desertpeonies and are native to North and Central America. These flowers usually have only disc florets in their flower heads, but some of the disc florets are long and look like ray florets. They are diverse in appearance. The flowers are usually white, pink, or purple.
- Acourtia carranzae
- Acourtia elizabethiae
- Acourtia formosa D.Don
- Acourtia mexicana
- Acourtia microcephala DC. – Sacapellote
- Acourtia nana (A.Gray) Reveal & R.M.King – Dwarf Desertpeony (Sonoran Desert)
- Acourtia patens
- Acourtia pinetorum
- Acourtia runcinata (Lag. ex D.Don) B.L.Turner – Featherleaf Desertpeony
- Acourtia thurberi (A.Gray) Reveal & R.M.King – Thurber's Desertpeony
- Acourtia wrightii (A.Gray) Reveal & R.M.King – Brownfoot
- Acourtia zacatecana
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