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Chamaemelum nobile (L.) All.
Origin : Europe
wild and cultivated
- Prostrate habit. The form with double flowers is propagated by cuttings.
- Leaves compound with filiform segments.
- Receptacle with paleas between the flowers.
Chamaemelum nobile (L.) All. (1785)
- Anthemis nobilis L. (1753)
The most commonly cultivated forms have double flowers, with only white ligulate flowers.
Originating in Europe, this species has spread to North America and Argentina.
- Human medicine
- Essential oil
- Food flavoring