- Common Name(s):
- American feverfew, Wild quinine
- Perennials, Wildflowers
Blooms in white clusters, May through September. Leaves are aromatic, rough with tiny hairs, and toothed. Grows in prairies, glades and rocky woods.
- Summer into fall
- 2-3 ft.
- Flower Color:
- Rough, thick leathery leaves; 2-3 in. basal leaves have long stalks and rounded teeth; upper stem leaves are sessile and have sharp teeth; stems and leaves have short, appressed hairs
- 0.25 in. white flowers in compact heads clustered at the top of tall stems; five very small petals
- Margins of deciduous woods, old fields
- Life Cycle:
NCCES plant id: 2676