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What is this plant?

 
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I've been reading your forums for awhile now, and recently decided to give a food forest/forest garden a shot. I started cleaning up the old orchard in my back yard and found this plant, everywhere. My hope is that it is a welcome addition to the system and I won't need to get rid of it. There are lady bugs and bees swarming it, so that is some encouragement to me that i should just let it be. Any help is appreciated. (The plant with the white flowers is the one in question)
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it looks like some sort of relative of the daisy.

It looks pretty, the bugs love it, I would just leave it alone.
 
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Thanks!
 
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