|Erigeron annuus||Composite Family||Compositae|
|May - July||common|
Description: From 2-1/2 to 3-1/2 feet tall. Leaves are long oval like, toothed and hairy. Flowers are daisy like with yellow centers and numerous whit rays about 40 - 70. Similar species E. strigosus has fewer leaves most of which are not toothed or only slightly. The hairs lie closer to the stem,and do not spread.
Location: Fields, roadsides and lawns
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