What is this plant?
They almost look like a marigold. In the carnation family maybe? Dianthus?
I think it's a variety of baby's breath
Thank you for your help. I looked up baby's breath and I think that is what it is.
i think babys breath also
it is Lady Banks rose. they have no thorns and come in white or yellow. I have a yellow one. I've also heard them called Easter Rose because the bloom near Easter.
It looks like the perennial called Achillea ptarmica "Flore pleno".
The leaves are long and thin and the plant grows about 9 to 12 inches high.
Dawn from Pomona, CA , thank you. I really think this is it this time. Achillea ptarmica "Flore Pleno" , and I thank everyone for their efforts to help me resolve this puzzle. I just need to know its more common name. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Achillea_ptarmica_flore_pleno_kz.jpg
lady bank rose. I have some yellow
ones here in louisiana
They are called Pearly Everlasting. It is more of an heirloom flower and very prevalent in the Northeast. As far as I know it has no relationship to a rose. They are probably about 2ft tall.
They are quite pretty!! Doesn't Lady Banks Rose grow more in a bush than individually? and Pearly Everlasting usally has a yellow center doesn't it?
Definitely Achillea ptarmica "Flore pleno"! It is often called "Bride's Bouquet" and is a wonderful filler for summer arrangements. It even does well here in Sunny Alberta, Canada where we get rather cold winters.
What we call 'Bridal bouquet' here is another flower and it does look like a bouquet. Think its a variety of clematis.Here's a pic! Its the white flowers.
Leaves are the wrong shape for lady banks rose. Also, the blooms are generally larger than the size of 1/2 penny. It is not a lady banks rose.
Its common name is Yarrow
I think this plant is called Achillea Ptarmica.The flower seems a little bit dry.
It looks like a form of Japanese Aster, which is a perennial that blooms all summer in Georgia, but the leaves in the lowest picture look like milkweed.
BABIES BREATH...Gypsophlia Elegans
there are 150 species of gypsophlia...there are larger flowered ones not like the one they put in flower arrangements
I have these...they are perennial...same leaf too
I agree with Jacqueline RobergeCanada . Achillea Ptarmica aka Achillea "The Pearl" check this link on google https://www.google.ca/search?q=achillea+ptarm...