hairy perennial herb

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  • This is a small, hairy perennial herb growing up to about 25 centimeters tall but often remaining much smaller.
  • This is a hairy perennial herb growing to maximum heights of just over half a metre.
  • It is a gray-green, hairy perennial herb growing up to about 40 centimeters tall, becoming woody toward the base.
  • The species is a hairy perennial herb and produces one or more stems tall from a caudex.
  • Lomatium dasycarpum is a lightly hairy perennial herb up to about half a meter tall.
  • It is a hairy perennial herb growing up to a meter tall from a taproot.
  • This is a coarsely hairy perennial herb growing one or more thick stems from a caudex.
  • It is a hairy perennial herb up to about 60 centimeters tall.
  • Monardella cinerea is a small, hairy perennial herb growing in a low mat, its stems no more than 15 centimeters long.
  • Astragalus ertterae is hairy perennial herb with a stem no more than 10 centimeters long, much of which grows underground.
  • This is a hairy perennial herb with erect branches reaching 30 centimeters in maximum height.
  • This is a hairy perennial herb with an erect mintlike form up to 45 centimeters tall.
  • It is a tough, hairy perennial herb spreading as a clumpy mat or sometimes growing erect to approach a meter in height.
  • Lomatium foeniculaceum is a hairy perennial herb growing up to 30 centimeters long from a taproot.
  • This is a lush, hairy perennial herb reaching a maximum height between 40 and 80 centimeters.
  • This is a hairy perennial herb growing erect to a maximum height near, Each palmate leaf is made up of 4 to 7 leaflets up to long.
  • This is a lush, hairy perennial herb growing to maximum heights between 40 and 80 centimeters.
  • It is a hairy perennial herb producing an upright, unbranched stem.
  • Astragalus congdonii is a hairy perennial herb growing to heights between 20 and 70 centimeters.
  • Calystegia subacaulis is a hairy perennial herb growing from a woody caudex or a rhizome and extending stems no longer than about 20 centimeters.
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