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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture
Bahia (probably from the port of Bahia, or San Salvador, South America). Compositae. A little- known group of herbaceous perennials or sometimes subshnibs grown for their yellow flowers and canescent leaves.
Leaves mostly opposite, rarely alternate, the rather small pedunculate heads terminating the branches; involucre hemispheric or obovate; receptacle mostly flat: achenes narrow, 4-sided; pappus of several scarious scales.—There are 12 species, all American. They thrive on borders of light and well- drained soil, and may be increased by seeds or by division in spring.
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