Species Name:  Parthenium integrifolium

Common Name: Wild Quinine, Eastern Feverfew

Zone: 4 to 8  

Light: Full Sun to Light Shade

Soil Moisture: Moist, Medium, Dry

Soil Types: Sand, Loam, Clay

Fertility: Medium to Poor


Bloom Time: June, July, August

Habit: Wild quinine has a long bloom time from early summer through fall.
It has flat topped cluster of bright white button shaped flowers. It prefers well-drained soils, medium moisture and fertility
but its long fleshy taproot can withstand dryer conditions. The rough bitter tasting foliage discourages both deer and rabbits. 
It grows in old fields, meadows, savannahs and open woods.

Pasrthenium intehrifolium

parthenium integrifolium