Mary Elizabeth Parsons
much to hear your further opinion upon the matter. Do you still think your Arctic Daisy Erigeron caespitosus? There ought to be some common name for ours it is such a charming flower - Could you not suggest one? Thanking you for your patient attention in this matter and hoping to hear from you,I am,from Gray's Synoptical flora - Are you not familiar with this daisy of ours too? The beautiful Erigeron Coulteri - of about the same size with many pure white and narrower rays (I enclose one) grows in meadows at a lesser altitude - say 6000 ft. covering the meadows with its exquisite flowers. If not troubling you too much I should like
San Rafael, [Calif.]
[ca. 1900] Nov 21
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