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R. W. Smith
Chrysanthemum parthenium of Michigan Flora.
A European species, often cultivated but tending to be persistently weedy. Roadsides, shores, pastures, yards, trails, dumps; often near present or former sites of human habitation. First collected in 1883 in Keweenaw Co.
This is a bushy, leafy, aromatic plant, long reputed to have medicinal properties. It is also the source of an insecticide.