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ROADWEEDS OF THE UPPER PENINSULA


Ox-eye Daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) 

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Daisies are, perhaps, the most well known wildflower in North America, although they are exotics from Europe.  There are four or five species of daisy in Michigan, all exotics.  The familiar garden "chrysanthemums" are horticultural varieties of Asian species.    

 

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