id on this pond plant??

Lizella, GA(Zone 8a)

This was growing in a pond in Chattanooga. Butterflies all over it.

thanks,
Elaine

Amherst, NY(Zone 6a)

Can you post a picture or describe the plant?

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Lizella, GA(Zone 8a)

oops...

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Amherst, NY(Zone 6a)

Hi.

Sorry, I searched the net and just could not id this plant. I was thinking some type of milk week or lythrum, but just could not find it. It is beautiful, though.

Bay City, MI(Zone 5a)

Hi,
Just saw your post and I might have that growing in the clay surrounding my pond? Not sure, but if I can find a picture , I will post it here .
Tootsie

Lizella, GA(Zone 8a)

thanks for trying.. I have searched and searched. I would love to put this in our butterfly garden at Lake Tobosofkee. Hope it will one day be an attraction for butterfly lovers. We have a wonderful temperate climate here. AND, not crowded...

Magnolia, TX(Zone 8b)

It isn't really a marginal guys, just can handle it real well, it is a native probably, but I would mess up if I told u Eupatoriums, or big words like those,

Magnolia, TX(Zone 8b)

Look for it to be an asteracae, i think.

Athens, PA

It is pretty - I do like it. I have no clue what it is though. Have you tried posting in the plant ID forum?

Magnolia, TX(Zone 8b)

Check it against a white mistflower, aster family

Lizella, GA(Zone 8a)

Yes, I thought it was white mist flower.. guess it can grow in water..
thanks for the info and help.
Elaine

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