|Erigeron compositus is a perennial flowering daisy, tufted, cushion forming, to 6 inches tall, with fan-shaped, hairy, gray-green leaves. Flowers have narrow, thread-like ray florets in two or more rows. Summer flowers are up to 3/4 inch wide, with white, pink, or very pale blue rays, and greenish-yellow centers. They prefer sandy soil and should be cut back after flowering to prolong the flowering time. May self-seed excessively. Native to Western North America.