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Both found growing wild on my farm in Northwest Arkansas. Number 2 is some sort of Aster, but not sure which kind. Thanks!
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Second is Bellis perennis. First one , photo is only bloom, show some more
 
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dirk maes wrote:Second is Bellis perennis. First one , photo is only bloom, show some more[/

Thanks Dirk! I'll get another photo of more of the plant. I've been trying to remember to do that! Missed this one though. I can get it this weekend.

 
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#1 I've got Sampson's Snakeroot.
 
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