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Sharon Whitehurst: Flower is common fleabane

Sharon Whitehurst writes:
We have a field full of that flower this spring. My research leads me to call it common fleabane - erigeron philidelphicus. - SHARON WHITEHURST
Comments re photo 44703 Wildflowers of Kentucky Growing in the GRC Park

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Wildflowers of Kentucky: uncommon Common Fleabane

2012-04-13 - Green River Commerce Park, Columbia, Ky - Photo by Ed Waggener. These grow profusely along highways of Adair County. But in the Green River Commerce Park, near the Columbia/Adair County Utilities District Water tank, this one stood out in a slightly parched field. -EW). Sharon Whitehurst identifies this in the accompanying letter as Common Fleabane
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