Isocoma pluriflora, commonly called southern goldenbush, southern jimmyweed, or rayless goldenrod is a flowering perennial herb, native to the southwestern United States. It grows 1 to 3.5 feet tall, and has small yellow flowers growing at the top of woody stems. It is named "pluriflora", 'many flowered', for its up to 25-50 vertical and approximately parallel stalks, tipped with yellow golden flowers.
Researchers from Poisonous Plant Research Laboratory Detail New Studies and Findings in the Area of Agriculture and Food Chemistry
Jun 21, 2012; By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Agriculture Week -- Fresh data on Agriculture and Food Chemistry are presented in a new...