Wild quinine (Parthenium integrifolium), also known as American feverfew, produces clusters of white flowers from early or midsummer to late summer or early fall atop 3- to 5-foot-tall stems. Its leaves can take on shades of purple and gold in fall. This U.S. native is equally at home in a meadow or a perennial garden and attracts a variety of pollinating insects. It makes a beautiful, long-lasting cut flower too. Established plants may self-sow lightly. Full sun to light shade. Perennial; Zones 4 to 8.
Collected in October 2020. At least 20 seeds.
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