Anthemis arvensis


Corn chamomile, scentless mayweed                                                      Ηαμομήλι


Compositae - daisy family                                                                               Dicot.

 
 

Similar to Greek chamomile (Anthemis chia) but it is a smaller plant with smaller flower heads. It is one of a group of small daisy like flowers which are known as camomile, but naming can be confusing (see below). It differs form the other small chamomile on Skopelos, Matricharia chamomila, as the leaves are less finely divided and flower heads flatter and it does not have the characteristic chamomile aroma.  It grows in fields and on the roadside amongst the grass; it is less common than Greek chamomile on the island.

 

1.5cm10-30cm                                               JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC

Allium subhirsutum 
Wild garlicAllium_subhirsutum.html
Anthemis chia
 Greek chamomileAnthemis_chia.html
Matricaria chamomilla
Wild chamomileMatricaria_chamomilla.html