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Sweet Everlasting [Pseudognaphalium obtusifolium]

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Common Name: Sweet Everlasting
Scientic Name: Pseudognaphalium obtusifolium
Colors: White
Months Appearing: August, September

Also called Rabit Tobacco or Old Field Balsam. When crushed smells like maple syrup. 1-3 ft tall.

Flowers in panicles. "Bud-like." Each about 1/4 inch in size. Tips are yellow.

Leaves are linear.

Dry fields. Haymarsh State Game Area, Mecosta County, Michigan. 8/24. 6335, 6333.