Parasenecio farfaraefolia var. farfarifolia is
a perennial herb in the shade of a tree in mountain wetlands. Stems
grow to 50-140cm tall, with arachnoid hairs when young. Leaves with
long petioles are somewhat thin, triangular heart-shaped, 13-21cm
wide, with sparse, coarse hairs on surfaces. Axils create bulbils,
and panicles set many white flower heads; the flower heads have 5-6
tubular flowers. Involucres measure 9-10cm long, with involucral
bracts five in a row. Bloom time: Autgust-October.