are several daisy-flowered plants with which this might be confused,
some of them strongly scented, pleasantly or otherwise. The scentless
mayweed, with no smell at, is a soft green plant, its foliage
cut into a mass of extremely fine segments. The flower-head, with
yellow disk, and white spreading ray florets, is about two inches
across. This mayweed is often very abundant on waste ground. A
closely related form grows on sea cliffs.