I was surprised to find this pretty little flower blooming among some other plants and weeds during November and into the first few days of December. After much research I’ve come to the conclusion that it must be a type of Baby White Aster. It’s a very tiny plant, only about five inches in height, and I’m pretty sure the majority of its foliage is hidden beneath the other greenery surrounding it. Each flower appears to have exactly fourteen petals. I’m always amazed at how some plants actually thrive through the sub-freezing temperatures of winter while others wither at just the mention of cold weather!