Sunday, July 12, 2009

Do You Know What This Is?

We can't find this identified anywhere. In the early spring it began to grow wild in the garden. I described it then as "Lacy, feathery — like fennel.. Root: short carrot-like tap root. Frost resistant. Pops up in early New Hampshire spring. No scent to the leaves when crushed.. Has daisy-like white flowers with yellow centers. Grows about 3 feet (1 meter) tall. Or taller."

Below is the photo from the spring before it bloomed:



  1. Did you ever find out what this was - we have the same flowers growing in our garden in western NY

  2. I'm sorry, GoGlobal. We never did. But I'll be sure to post what it is when we find out!

  3. I believe that this is chamomile. I only realized, today, that it grows in New England, as I stumbled upon some, in person, and then again in my homeopathy book. :)

    Hope this helps!


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