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Asteraceae (formerly and often still referred to as Compositae) is a large family of broadleaf plants known for their distinctive inflorescences, called heads.

Most members of this family are excellent nectar sources, and thus help play a part in attracting predatory insects and pollinators to the garden.

Genera and species[edit | edit source]

Genera and species discussed in Horticulture include: