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common tansy (Tanacetum vulgare; COMPOSITE FAMILY [Asteraceae])  Introduced 2-4 tall perennial herb of open or disturbed areas.  Finely dissected alternate leaves with strong odor.  Foliage toxic to many animals.  Upper stems with flat clusters of numerous yellow flower heads consisting of only disk florets.  Each flower head flat-topped and button-like.  Blooms mid-summer to fall.  [116]

 

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