silvery-gray to white. Leaf blades
1-pinnately lobed, 10-20(-40) × 1-3(-5) mm. Peduncles
3-6 cm. Phyllaries
carinate, apices of inner rounded, ± lacerate to fimbrillate. Corollas
3-4 mm, gland-dotted. Cypselae
2.5-3 mm, angles sometimes narrowly winged. 2n
= 18. Flowering Mar-Oct. Disturbed sites, abandoned plantings; 0-400 m; introduced; Ark., Calif., Ga., La., Mass., N.C., S.C.; s Europe; n Africa. Santolina chamaecyparissus
is widely cultivated and probably persists in the flora area in states other than those listed here.