Carlina corymbosa, common name clustered carline thistle, is a herbaceous perennial plant in the genus Carlina, belonging to the family Asteraceae.
Carlina corymbosa reaches on average 10–90 centimetres (4–35 in) in height. This plant has rhizomatous roots, overwintering buds situated just below the soil surface (hemicryptophyte) and an almost leafless stalk growing directly from the ground (scapose). The stem is green to whitish, thick and erect. The leaves are alternate, sessile or amplexicaul ...
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