Distribution: Scattered locations throughout Washington; introduced in most of the western and eastern United States; escaped from gardens.
Habitat: Waste places.
Origin: Introduced from Europe
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Highly aromatic, branching perennial, 2-8 dm. tall, covered with fine, white-woolly hairs.
Leaves yellow-green, once or twice pinnate, the segments broad.
Heads in few-flowered umbels at the ends of the branches; disk 10-25 mm. wide; ray flowers white, occasionally wanting, 4-10 mm. long and nearly as wide; disk flowers numerous, yellow.