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RE: mystery plant??


#12: Looks like a rudbeckia. How tall does the flower get?  Single or
double?  What color cone?

# 15: Looks like feverfew(Tanacetum parthenium).

# 17: Also looks like feverfew, not tansy which has yellow flowers.
Chamomile has fernier foliage. See:

# 18:  Wish I could see it closer.  If the previous owner was into herbs, it
could be sanguisorba (Burnet). See:
http://www.ct-botanical-society.org/galleries/sanguisorbacana.html. There
are other colors.

#4: Looks like some kind of Shasta daisy.

Christine Petersen   Northport, Long Island, New York
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