hairy stems

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  • It is an annual herb with a short, hairy stem bearing small white flowers.
  • The hairy stems bear small gray-green, nonfleshy, glandular leaves each less than long.
  • It has hairy stems, and pinnatifid leaves long and wide, with four to twelve teeth on each side.
  • It can grow to a height of about, It has hairy stems bearing opposite pairs of leaves.
  • The many-stellate flowers are bright yellow, large, on white-hairy stems.
  • It erects short, hairy stems each holding a single flower head about a centimeter wide.
  • The small white flowers grow in sparse clusters on rather long, hairy stems. Cited from On the Trail, by Lina Beard and Adelia Belle Beard
  • It is an annual herb producing a hairy stem up to about half a meter in height.
  • The sparsely hairy stems may number between in length and are typically simple, or branching in the lower half of plant.
  • This plant has pink or red hairy stems, woody at the base.
  • The stiff upright hairy stem is square and bears simple leaves growing in opposite pairs.
  • It has an erect hairy stem, red at the base, with terminal bright yellow drooping flowers. Cited from Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure,by William Thomas Fernie
  • Each base typically supports one to six hairy stems that are forked with ascending branches.
  • This is a perennial plant with hairy stems which may approach half a meter in height.
  • The inflorescence produces one or more large sunflower-like flower heads at the top of the hairy stem.
  • It has a short, hairy stem and thin, palmately-arranged leaves.
  • This is a small annual herb producing a hairy stem no more than about 15 centimeters tall.
  • It is an annual herb producing a hairy stem up to half a meter in maximum height.
  • It has grey, fissured bark, and hairy stems, putting on new growth in summer.
  • It is a robust annual herb producing a hairy stem up to about half a meter tall.
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