- Tanacetum vulgare is an aromatic, perennial herbaceous plant. Plants can reach to 5 ft. (1.5 m) in height.
- Leaves are alternate, sessile or short-stalked, highly divided and glandular dotted.
- Flowering occurs from August to October, when yellow, button-like flowers develop in flat-topped clusters at the apex of the plant.
- The fruits are 5-angled achenes with small glands.
- Ecological Threat
- Tanacetum vulgare invade disturbed areas, ditch banks and riparian areas. It is native to Eurasia. Tanacetum vulgare can be toxic if animals or people ingest large amounts of it.
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