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m leaves vary from ovate or elliptic to elliptic-oblanceolate or lanceolate, rarely linear-lanceolate. Sizes become much smaller the farther they grow from the base. In length, they average 5–10 cm with widths averaging 1–2 cm. Distal leaves, higher on the stem and on the branches with the flower heads, are also sessile. Their margins are sometimes entire, smooth on the edges with no teeth or lobes. Sizes range from 1 cm to 15 cm (6 in) in length and up to 3 cm in width. The more distal, the smaller they are, and this change can occur abruptly. Flowers Symphyotrichum lateriflorum is a late-summer and fall blooming perennial, the flower heads opening as early as July in some locations and as late as October in others. The flower heads grow in much-branched arrays (called panicles), are racemose, and generally stay on the upper sides of their stalks, called peduncles.:?1102? The flower heads at the ends of the peduncles mature approximately one week before those on the rest of the plant.:?842? Several flower heads of S. lateriflorum with bright white ray florets and cream-yellow disk florets, the lobes reflexing on some of the disk florets. Several flower heads of S. lateriflorum Each flower head is about 13 mm diameter when in bloom,:?102? and is either sessile or with a usually hairy (specifically, pilose) peduncle of its own which is less than 10 mm in length. At the base of the flower head are from one to seven bracts which look like (and technically are) small leaves that grade into the phyllaries. Involucres and phyllaries On the outsides of the flower heads of all members of the family Asteraceae are small bracts that look like scales. These are called phyllaries, and together they form the involucre that protects the individual flowers in the head before they open.:?29? The involucres of Symphyotrichum lateriflorum are cylinder-bell in shape and us