Mayweed, Corn Chamomile, Field Chamomile
Anthemis arvensis is commonly known by the name Scentless Chamomile. It is an annual species in the Asteraceae family, producing daisy-like white flowers throughout summer. Feathery grey-green leaves are finely divided and smell a little like chamomile when crushed, they also have softly hairy undersides. It typically doesn't exceed 30cm in height.
Pick as needed
Sow seed during Spring; Germination time about 7-14 days.
Attracts useful insects
Loam, Sand, Chalk
Soil PH preference