Anthemis cotula

Weed Characteristics

Other Names: stinking chamomile, dogfennel, dog fennel, mayweed dogfennel, mayweed chamomile, stinkweed, dogs chamomile

Leaf Type: Broadleaf

Flowers: White with yellow centers, daisylike

Leaves: Finely divided foliage that has a pungent odor when crushed

Life Cycle: Summer or winter annual

Small, finely divided leaves give the plant a ferny look and emit a strong odor when crushed. Daisy-like flowerheads have yellow-orange centers and are displayed individually at the end of stems. Plant is multi-branched and forms a low mound up to 2 ft. tall.

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