Yellow tansy wildflower Tanacetum vulgare no petals - Stock Image

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Description
Tansy Tanacetum vulgare is one of those wild flowers that looks a bit like an umbrella-shaped umbellifer, but is really related to daisies. It is unusual in that it has no outer petals (ligules).

While the yellow tansy flower has, for years, been grown in the herb garden, an excess of it is poisonous. "In England, bunches of tansy were traditionally placed at windows to keep out flies. Sprigs were placed in bedding and linen to drive away pests." (Wikipedia.)

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