Parthenium integrifolium

Wild Quinine, also known as American Feverfew, is a native perennial in the Aster family. Leaves are green, serrated and have a sandpaper feel to them. The dense, white flowers are situated on top of the plant. Flowers are quite unique with a long bloom period. It’ll attract a wide variety of native bees, flies and wasps. This plant is also known for its medicinal properties. It thrives in full sun but will tolerate some shade. In the wild, it’s often found in prairies, upland rocky forests, thickets and barrens.

Sun Exposure

Full Sun

Bloom Time

June to Sept

Soil Moisture

Moist to Medium

Plant Height

1-4 Feet


Native Bees

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