Eastern Baccharis is a perennial deciduous shrub that can grow to a height of 10-
The flowers tend to grow in round clusters about two inches wide. The flower heads are about 0.5-
The alternate green leaves can be up to three inches long and are oval to elliptical in shape. The edges are coarsely toothed above the middle.
These plants are dioecious, which means there are separate male and female plants.
The images shown on this page were taken in Deep Creek during the month of November.
The distribution maps for the Eastern Baccharis are from the Plants Database of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).