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Plant Identification: suggestions on plant ID

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Bryant, IN

December 18, 2012
11:16 AM

Post #9361518

I "adopted" a small shrub from a garden being dug out. trying to figure out what it may be. It is 2' high, fine branched and covered in small daisy like flowers ,white with yellow centers,from late August through to October. the leaves are similar in shape to the thread leaf coreopsis.
I can research any suggestions online, I just dont know where to start looking.
brainerd, MN
(Zone 4a)

January 8, 2013
11:07 AM

Post #9379167

do you have a picture?
Sounds like it could be a spirea
Dublin, CA
(Zone 9a)

January 8, 2013
11:55 AM

Post #9379196

I think it's more likely something in Asteraceae vs Spiraea given the bloom time and the description of the flowers. But without a picture it's hard to say exactly what it might be.
brainerd, MN
(Zone 4a)

January 8, 2013
3:50 PM

Post #9379417

Thats what I was thrown on - bloom time...
Opp, AL
(Zone 8b)

January 9, 2013
6:57 AM

Post #9379895

Maybe an Erigeron.

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