Jean DeSavage
Jean DeSavage
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  • Kalamazoo, MI

Please Help Me Identify This Plant.


I was given this plant along with several other perennials. This is the only plant the we could not identify. This is about 3 ft tall, with very tiny whitish flowers. The buds kind of look like white miniature pine cones. When open they are like a miniature mum or zinnia. I was told that it is a perennial. I just want to make sure this is not an invasive weed.
This is the plant in the garden
This is the plant in the garden
This will help with size
This will help with size
please help me identify this plant, flowers, gardening, perennials
Here you can see the leaves
Here you can see the leaves

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  • Lynn Lawson
    on May 18, 2014

    Baby's breath is what was used primarily for bouquets and dried flower arrangements.

  • Amy Woods
    on May 25, 2014

    I've never seen this before. It's very pretty. Wonder if it grown in Tennessee.

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