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Chamomile

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Added by Tami E.
on May 6, 2012.
 

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  • Charlie D.

    Was this a cultivated plant? You should verify that this is not Anthemis arvensis, corn chamomille. http://www.missouriplants.com/Whitealt/Anthemis_arvensis_page.htmlTo check we will need a sample that includes an open flower or dried fruit head. I can show you what to examine.

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  • Tami E.

    This plant showed up in my "wild garden" - not sure if it was carried in my wind or birds, or if the seed came from a wildflower pack I tossed in there. If it appears again this year, I will collect some samples for examination.

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