5 responses to “Ericameria nauseosa”

  1. lea-p

    Two species of rabbitbrush occur in central Washington, the predominate one commonly called “grey” rabbitbrush. It has greyish “hairs’ covering the stems and leaves, giving it a greyish appearance. The other is called “green” rabbitbrush, which does not have those hairs and looks greener.

  2. David Chapin

    is this the same as Chrysothamnus nauseosa?

  3. Daniel Mosquin

    Thanks lea-p. And David, yes. Follow the links to the previous entries, I believe one of them mentions the synonymy.

  4. Brent

    Any idea what is the red-berried plant behind the Ericameria?

  5. Daniel Mosquin

    Hmm.. nope. There were wild roses in the area, if I recall correctly – that’s a possibility.