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Re: Plant ID

Could be Boltonia. How tall is it?
On Sunday, September 19, 2004, at 02:59 PM, Godigarden@cs.com wrote:

I wonder if anyone could help me identify a plant in my garden. Unfortunately
the top of the tag broke off and I can't find it.
It might be a native, but I'm not sure. It's blooming now and does well in
dry shade even though the bottom part of the tag says sun to light shade.
It has daisy like white blossoms in clusters that look almost lacy from a
distance. The blossoms resemble small asters, but I know it's not an aster.
Any help is much appreciated.
Godi zone 7
Mt. Vernon VA

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