Aster ageratoides




 
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Tiny white flowers seen in the garden in October.
Chrysanthemums?

This has been identified by their Planthotline as Aster ageratoides

This was suggested as Aster ageratoides. It looked different to me, so I wrote back.
The answer that I got was Viola odorata
This does not look like Viola to me. 
I know it's not Viola.
I was just giving an example of the answers I am getting from the Master Gardeners of Atlanta Botanical Garden.
Probably their first answer only looks more convincing.
Aster ageratoides.


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