Is it a native?
Common Chamomile - introduced (*Chamaemelum nobile)
Family: Asteraceae (Daisy Family).
Native of Europe.
Occurrence: Rare. D Franklin record for Metcalfe, 1986.
- it is a few-flowered daisy with large white petals
- the leaves are much divided with the smallest leaflets less than a millimetre wide.
It is widely grown as a medicinal plant.
Image 1: Dried specimen from Metcalfe.