Tripleurospermum inodorum most resembles tripleurospermum maritimum, differing in the narrower, non-fleshy leaf segments. It can be distinguished from some other similar species by the absence of scent.
Main flower color:
All of the British Isles except the Scottish Highlands
Up to 70 cm
Arable fields, disturbed ground
Flowerheads are up to 4 cm across, with between 10 and 25 broad white ray florets around a domed centre of many small yellow disc florets, lacking scales. Phyllaries are dark green with lighter green margins, often brownish towards the tip
Alternate, hairless, pinnately divided up to three times into very narrow, cylindrical segments
April to October