From:Milford, CT Region: Northeast Topic: Wildflowers Title: The most common wildflower in North America Answered by: Nan Hampton and Joe Marcus
Hi Mr. Smartyplants,
What the most common wildflower in North America? My friend thinks it's the oxeye daisy. Is this correct? I work for a puzzle publishing company, and am doing research for a themed puzzle. The puzzle is about wildflowers.
Hope you can help!
Debra in Milford, CT
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