Mayweed Chamomile is a native to Europe and Mediterranean regions. This plant can be found in woodlands, crop fields, road sides and other disturbed areas.
Mayweed chamomile is an annual bush. It grows 1 to 2 feet tall. Leaves divide several times into narrow segments.
Ray flowers are white and commonly have 12 petals. The disk flowers are yellow and numerous. Bract are papery in texture. Mayweed has strong odor when crushed.
Bio-control is not available. Herbicides can offer good control if applied from rosette to pre-bloom. It can also be pulled out or cut to the ground before the plant blooms.