Asteraceae

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Related to Daisy family: Compositae, family Compositae
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Noun1.Asteraceae - plants with heads composed of many florets: asterAsteraceae - plants with heads composed of many florets: aster; daisy; dandelion; goldenrod; marigold; lettuces; ragweed; sunflower; thistle; zinnia
asterid dicot family - family of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
Campanulales, order Campanulales - an order of plants of the subclass Asteridae including: Campanulaceae; Lobeliaceae; Cucurbitaceae; Goodeniaceae; Compositae
composite plant, composite - considered the most highly evolved dicotyledonous plants, characterized by florets arranged in dense heads that resemble single flowers
compass flower, compass plant - any of several plants having leaves so arranged on the axis as to indicate the cardinal points of the compass
everlasting, everlasting flower - any of various plants of various genera of the family Compositae having flowers that can be dried without loss of form or color
genus Achillea - perennial often aromatic and sometimes mat-forming herbs of north temperate regions: yarrow; milfoil
Ageratina, genus Ageratina - annual to perennial herbs or shrubs of eastern United States and Central and South America
genus Ageratum - genus of tropical American herbs grown for their flowers
Amberboa, genus Amberboa - herbs of Mediterranean to central Asia cultivated for their flowers
genus Ambrosia - comprising the ragweeds; in some classification considered the type genus of a separate family Ambrosiaceae
Ambrosiaceae, family Ambrosiaceae - in some classifications considered a separate family comprising a subgroup of the Compositae including the ragweeds
genus Ammobium - small genus of Australian herbs grown for their flowers
Anacyclus, genus Anacyclus - a Spanish pellitory
Anaphalis, genus Anaphalis - a genus of herbs of north temperate regions having hoary leaves: pearly everlasting
genus Andryala - a genus of hardy hairy latex-producing perennials of Mediterranean area
Antennaria, genus Antennaria - small woolly perennial herbs having small whitish discoid flowers surrounded by a ring of club-shaped bristles
Anthemis, genus Anthemis - dog fennel
Antheropeas, genus Antheropeas - small genus of North American herbs often included in genus Eriophyllum
Arctotis, genus Arctotis - herbs and subshrubs: African daisy
Argyranthemum, genus Argyranthemum - comprises plants often included in the genus Chrysanthemum
Argyroxiphium, genus Argyroxiphium - small genus of Hawaiian spreading and rosette-forming shrubs
genus Arnica - large genus of herbs of north temperate and Arctic regions
Arnoseris, genus Arnoseris - lamb succory
genus Artemisia - usually aromatic shrubs or herbs of north temperate regions and South Africa and western South America: wormwood; sagebrush; mugwort; tarragon
wormwood - any of several low composite herbs of the genera Artemisia or Seriphidium
sage brush, sagebrush - any of several North American composite subshrubs of the genera Artemis or Seriphidium
genus Aster - large genus of herbs widely cultivated for their daisylike flowers
genus Ayapana - genus of tropical American herbs sometimes included in genus Eupatorium
Baccharis, genus Baccharis - shrubs of western hemisphere often having honey-scented flowers followed by silky thistlelike heads of tiny fruits; often used for erosion control
Balsamorhiza, genus Balsamorhiza - genus of coarse western American herbs with large roots containing an aromatic balsam
Bidens, genus Bidens - bur marigolds
Boltonia, genus Boltonia - genus of tall leafy perennial herbs of eastern America and eastern Asia having flowers that resemble asters
Brachycome, genus Brachycome - mostly Australian herbs having basal or alternate leaves and loosely corymbose flower heads
Brickellia, genus Brickelia - genus of herbs of southwestern America having usually creamy florets followed by one-seeded fruits in a prominent bristly sheath
Cacalia, genus Cacalia - genus of tall smooth herbs of forested mountains of Europe and Asia minor; in some classifications includes many plants usually placed in genus Emilia
genus Calendula - marigold
Callistephus, genus Callistephus - one species: erect Asiatic herb with large flowers
thistle - any of numerous plants of the family Compositae and especially of the genera Carduus and Cirsium and Onopordum having prickly-edged leaves
Carduus, genus Carduus - genus of annual or perennial Old World prickly thistles
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Members of the daisy family, such as the bright orange flowers of calendula and tagetes, will attract them, as well as single flowered dahlias, eupatorium, alyssum and cornflowers.
And any flower with a strong scent, such as roses and lilies, and plants in the daisy family, such as dahlias and asters, would not be wise.
ARNICA is part of the daisy family and has been taken in homeopathic form for centuries to ease pain, swelling and muscle aches.
From lavender through various types of Daisy Family to lilly's, the exhibition is a perfect homeland to flowers from various regions across the world.
Inula Britannica, also known as the British yellow head or meadow fleabane, is a Eurasian species of plant in the genus Inula within the daisy family. It is widespread across much of Europe and Asia.
Although Santolina is often referred to as Cotton Lavender and French Lavender, it is not a true Lavender, but in fact, a member of the Daisy family. Sensitive skin may suffer from exposure to sunlight if in contact with Santolina.
Feverfew Tea is a perennial belonging to the daisy family that has been shown to be helpful in preventing migraine headaches and the symptoms that go along with them.
The senecio flower, a genus of the daisy family which can be found in almost every field in Israel, was found to aid in treatment of type 2 diabetes, according to the research.
If the property was in the Dan and Daisy family trust when Dan passes away, the new basis of die properly, would be SI million and Daisy, or the irrevocable trust, would start depreciation all over again with a 39-year life.
Many people believe that supplements containing the herb echinacea (a plant in the daisy family) may boost immunity and reduce the incidence and/or severity of the common cold.