Daisy Fleabane, Erigeron vernus
Erigeron vernus

Daisy Fleabane

Daisy Fleabane,  Erigeron vernusThe Daisy Fleabanes are among the most common roadside wildflowers. The several species are easily recognized by their daisy-like flower heads with a dark center surrounded by numerous small, laterally spreading rays. At least four species occur in the panhandle, all of which ornament our road shoulders in spring and early summer.

More information at Atlas of Florida Vascular Plants.