Feverfew - Tanacetum parthenium
Short to medium, strongly aromatic plant. Stems erect or ascending branched above. Leaves often rather a yellowish green. Flowerheads white with a yellow disc, daisy like. 10 to 25 mm with many in a lax flat topped cluster rays spreading.
Scrub, rocky places, banks walls and waysides. Often found close to buildings.
July to September.
Biennial or short lived perennial. Now established as a wild plant, probably originally from garden stock.
Widespread over much of Britain except the north of Scotland.
Fairly common as an established wild plant in Leicestershire and Rutland. In the 1979 Flora survey of Leicestershire it was found in 196 of the 617 tetrads.
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