Common Wild Quinine - American Feverfew
Asteraceae (Composite Sunflower) Family
Plant is an upright, smooth to hairy perennial. Preferred
habitat is woodland edges,
Leaves are alternate on the stem and basal; consisting of a whole part; stalked; widest at the middle to lance-like. Leaf margins are toothed or occasionally lobed.
Flower is a head at the end of the stem; clustered; symmetrical in shape. Disc flowers are sterile while white ray flowers are female. Petal tip is toothed and also white. Flowers occur in the summer.
Fruit is a seed which outer layer is fused to it.