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Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium)

Northern California, CA

Tanacetum parthenium

Most of the volunteer seedlings from Tanacetum parthenium 'Aureum' revert to Tanacetum parthenium.

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Mount Angel, OR(Zone 8a)

These can almost get to be a weed here for me, it is a great little flower for a filler in arrangements but in the garden it will take over if allowed, consequently I pull it out like a weed.

Orrville, OH(Zone 6a)

This looks alot like chamomile to me. I can never tell which one I have. One is dome capped and one is flat capped on the flowers, and one has threadleaves, and the other undulating leaves. Both are scented, but which one is better scented???

Northern California, CA

I also pull these out in the garden, but allow them free reign in the wildland garden outside the backfence. I do dig and transplant the 'Aureum' seedlings and place them where I want them. Feverfew does have a distinct aroma which I find to be not unpleasant, but others think it is "stinky."

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