|Erigeron glaucus is a tufted, perennial flowering daisy, to 12 inches tall, with succulent-looking stems. The leaves can be lance-shaped, obovate, or spoon-shaped. Semi-double flowers have narrow, thread-like ray florets. Summer flowers are 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 inches wide, with pale mauve rays and greenish-yellow centers, later turning brown. They prefer sandy soil and should be cut back after flowering to prolong the flowering time. Native to Oregon and California. Hybrids are available in various colors.