Orange Agoseris Agoseris aurantiaca
These members of the sunflower family consist of a head of many long-petaled (ray) flowers, typically yellow, orange or white. Discoid flowers are absent.
Rayflowers and discoid flowers are both present on the flower head.
1. Yarrow Achillea millefolium (varieties alpicola & occidentalis): Flowers white, numerous, in flat-topped clusters. Individual flowers have 4-5 ray flowers with small central disks. The individual flowers are easy to distinguish as they are very loosely packed together. The leaves are almost fern like, and are very dissected (pinnately compound leaf). The plant is covered with short, white cottony hairs. The plant has a strong odor. Plants to 3 feet tall.