Fleabane daisies

14 05 2012

Thanks to my blog buddy and fellow photographer, Steve Schwartzman (Portraits of Wildflowers), I now know this is a type of Fleabane daisy, growing rampant in the wildflower fields at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens. Each bloom is tiny—less than 1/2 inch in diameter.

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15 05 2012
Steve Schwartzman

I’d say it’s probably a fleabane daisy, perhaps Erigeron philadelphicus:

http://journal.uswildflowers.com/?p=337

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