||Meadows, roadsides, deciduous forest
||Flowers form tight, flat-topped clusters 2-4″ wide. Clusters are made up of tiny flowers 1/4″ wide each with 5 petals.
||Leaves are narrow, finely divided, fern-like feathery leaves about 6″ long. They increase in size from top to bottom. They have a strong aroma.
||This is a common wildflower in open fields and along roadsides. Stems are smooth or covered with white fuzz.