Common Tansy Tanacetum vulgare
Common Tansy is an introduced, invasive plant, native to Europe and Asia. Leaves are arranged alternatively, finely compound. Flowers are button-like and yellow, blooming in mid August. Leaves and flowers are toxic.
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How to Identify
The button-like, yellow flowers are the best characteristic to identify this flower.
Where When to Spot
It is an invasive plant and can be seen blooming in almost every park along pathways in mid, end August.
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