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Stinking Mayweed 

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Anthemis cotula is commonly known as the "Stinking Chamomile, Stinking Mayweed, Dogfennel, Camomille Puante" or "Camomille Maroute".    It is part of the Composite or Aster Family (Compositae).  Note the leaf structure of the plant which closely resembles dill weed. Did you know.... that when you crush any part of this plant, it emits a very offensive odour - hence the name "Stinking" Mayweed. This species, originally native to Europe and North Africa, looks very much like a small version of a daisy. 

Growing to a height of about 10 - 60 cm tall, the flowers have white rays with a dome-shaped yellow disc.  The leaves are finely dissected looking very much like a fern.

Care must be taken not to confuse this species with Chamomiles.

Note:  Foliage may cause skin irritation when handled.



Anthemis cotula Stinking Chamomile Mayweed

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Anthemis cotula Stinking Chamomile Mayweed blooming weed

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Daisy like flowers of Anthemis cotula Stinking Chamomile Mayweed

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