||Fields, meadows, roadsides
||Flowers form groups of round clusters made of many individual white flower heads composed of petal-like white bracts surrounding a yellow center of disk flowers.
||Leaves are narrow, hairy underneath, greenish-white, 3-5″ long alternating along the stem.
||This is a common plant in Michigan blooming late July through September. It acts as a host for the american painted Lady butterfly caterpillars, one of our over-wintering adult butterflies.