Erigeron annuus, fleabane, freely self-seeds but is easy to pull out where it's too abundant. With the wetter, cooler spring this year, the fleabane in the garden has grown more than 3 feet tall. When we first moved in, it appeared out of nowhere...and I let it grow to see what it would do. The wildflower was abundant and pleasing, so it stayed. Apparently the tiny pollinator in the middle of the picture likes it, too.
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