Corn chamomile

(Anthemis arvensis)

Joseph M. DiTomaso, University of California - Davis,

John Ruter, University of Georgia,

An annual plant that reproduces from seed, these plants have daisy-like flowers that consist of white petals surrounding a yellow disc in the center. It is bushy and branched, and can grow 10 to 30 inches tall when matured.

The leaves are finely dissected and look similar to a fern. It can tolerate a wide range of soil types, elevations, and habitats. Corn chamomile is rare in Garfield County, but has been found in Beaver Creek and elsewhere in small numbers.

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