Baccharis salicifolia, or Seep Willow, is a blooming native shrub that grows up to 10 ft. tall with a willow-like architecture. Flower heads are reddish or green in the center with scarious margins and green or brownish purple tips with whitish corollas. Grows along streams and drainages, often forming thickets, below 5000 ft. and is fairly drought tolerant. It is not grazed by livestock or wildlife and is good erosion control. Flowers March-October.
Seep Willow, Baccharis salicifolia