SCENTLESS CHAMOMILE
(Asteraceae, Sunflower family)

GROWTH HABIT: Annual bushy, branched plant, 1/2 to 2 feet tall.

LEAVES:  Several times divided into narrow segments.

STEMS:

FLOWER: Bloom from May to October and are 3/4 inch in diameter, usually having 12 white ray flowers at the ends of branches and in leaf axils.

ROOTS:

SEEDS:

OTHER: Can cause skin rashes, blistering of livestock muzzles, and irritation to mucous membranes of grazing livestock.

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