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HouseFinchHouseFinch British Columbia, Canada (Zone 5)Posts: 327

1. This one was massive when I moved it this year. I divided it in early spring into at least 4 clumps and it has grown to full mass again throughout the summer. Spiders like to hide in it and trap honey bees.2.

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  • BorderlineBorderline Posts: 4,687
    edited August 2019
    Could your top photo be a Stokes' Aster, Stokesia Laevis? Any more photos of flowers fully opened? Second photo looks like Tanacetum Parthenium, but not sure on that one as leaves don't look right.
  • HouseFinchHouseFinch British Columbia, Canada (Zone 5)Posts: 327
    Thank you Borderline. They have just started-this is as much as they are showing yet. Will update when the blooms are fuller.
  • HouseFinchHouseFinch British Columbia, Canada (Zone 5)Posts: 327
    2. I am thinking it is a white chrysanthemum
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