daisy fleabane


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Related to daisy fleabane: Erigeron annuus

daisy fleabane

n.
An eastern North American weed (Erigeron annuus) in the composite family, naturalized in Europe and having white to bluish flower heads grouped in corymblike panicles.
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Noun1.daisy fleabane - widely naturalized white-flowered North American herbdaisy fleabane - widely naturalized white-flowered North American herb
fleabane - any of several North American plants of the genus Erigeron having daisylike flowers; formerly believed to repel fleas
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