Gamochaeta falcata (Lam.) Cabrera - Narrowleaf Everlasting
Family - Asteraceae
Flowering - February - November.
Habitat - Flatwoods, pastures, roadsides, disturbed sites.
Origin - Native to North America.
Other information - This little species can be found scattered throughout Alabama. The plant can be identified by its sericeous stems, thin leaves, and small, tan flowerheads. The leaves are equally pubescent on both surfaces. This species starts blooming very early in the spring but continues to bloom for most of the year.
Photographs taken at Conecuh National Forest, AL., 3-28-05.