It is probably a member of the Compositae, a family which includes
daisies and sunflowers, one of the largest families of flowering plants
with some 25,000 species (roughly 10% of the total number of flowering
plants). Without a look at the leaves identification is totally
As a wild guess look up Wyethia (Mules Ears or Mulesear):
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favorites if I had to choose......
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