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Scentless Mayweed


Scentless Mayweed belongs to a group of Mayweeds and Chamomiles that all have similar Daisy-like flowers with white petals and yellow 'florets' making up the flower head, prodtruding beyond the petals to varying degrees.

Very common throughout in waste or disturbed ground, flowering from mid spring to late autumn.



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