Aug. 29, 2020

daisy fleabane, Erigeron strigosus

Daisy fleabane? Have we seen this before? Not quite. E. strigosus looks enough like E. annuus that they pretty much share the same common name. And if you look in other places you will see multple images of this plant from this photographer. Why keep doing it? A continuous effort to improve? Common fish in the barrel? Making sure, each time, that it's not something different? They're pretty? All of the above? This daisy fleabane grows in open areas in every state and province except AK, AZ, NM, NV, UT, LB, NT, NU, and YT. Monroe Co MI, 7/25/20. Asterfamily, Asteraceae.