In any event, the best common name for this species is Aniseroot, or Sweet Anise, since it smells like licorice. The other identifying trait is that the styles (those skinny hairs that stick out of the middle of the flower) are longer than the petals. They persist and stick out of the seedpod as its forming.
|The styles stick out of the pods|
|Toothed, compound leaves. Crush them and they smell like anise.|