In flower, several tall plants near forest edge.
In Yosemite NP - Wawona. Elevation 4,000 ft. Hard to ID this late in the season, so I'm guessing a little here.
Anapahlis margaritacea, commonly known as the western pearly everlasting, is a flowering perennial plant in the Asteraceae family. Since it is the only North American species it is often simply called pearly everlasting in the United States and Canada. However, it is also native to Asia and has been widely introduced in Europe. It grows erect up to heights of about 1.2 meters and has narrow, alternate leaves. One salient feature is that the undersides of...