Tanacetum parthenium. A perennial which belongs to the daisy family, Asteraceae. When the golden green leaves, pungent and bitter in taste, were made into a syrup it was used as a remedy not only for fighting fever, but also to treat headaches and depression. It’s reputation as “the aspirin of the herbal era” has been upheld in modern times, as it is believed to be efficacious in treating migraines.
Grow in full sun. It will reach a height of 70cm.