Chocolate flower Family - Asteraceae Stems - To +2m tall, erect, multiple from the base, from a taproot and woody... habit in late Spring-- Berlandiera betonicifolia is an herbaceous perennial Involucre. Ray flowers - Fertile and pistillate. Ligule elliptic, often notched at the apex, yellow,... Berlandiera lyrata flower Flowering - June - October. Habitat - Dry rocky open woods, glades, thickets. Origin - Native to U.S... heads--which types of flowers are present? Ray flowers, disk flowers, or both? Also, notice the old... Leaves - Alternate, the lowest petiolate. Petioles to +/-10cm long, pubescent as the stem. Leaves... another head-- Berlandiera betonicifolia is called Texas greeneyes because of the green center of... head from below, showing involucral bracts (phyllaries) Inflorescence - Corymbiform clusters of flower heads terminating the stems. Peduncles densely... Blooming Habits: The yellow and maroon daisy-like flowers come in late summer and have a faint smell... A pseudanthium with a blister beetle on it, near Alamosa Creek, 26 Aug 2006. Berlandiera pumila Plant habit near Alamosa Creek, upstream of Monticello Box, 26 Aug 2006. Click here to discuss this photo. Previous image « - - - » Next image More Pictures trois Show Larger Picture Berlandiera lyrata La Flor de chocolate por antonomasia ( Berlandiera lyrata ) no es fácil de... Click here to discuss this photo. Previous image « - - - » Next image More Pictures trois Our current photo gallery plugin requires Flash and your browser either does not support Flash or... Berlandiera lyrata- Chocolate Flower Native, low growing long lived perennial with medium green,... Image Information Photographer: Leander, Bruce City: Austin County: Travis State: TX Location Notes:... Use the back key of your browser to come back to the previous display. © 1998-2001 Philippe Faucon,... Click here to discuss this photo. Previous image « - - - » Next image More Pictures Floridian Image Information Photographer: Marcus, Joseph A. City: Austin County: Travis State: TX Location... A young rosette at the Dripping Springs visitor's center, 4/23/06.