The is a plant which grows in large clumps forming eye-catching white daisy flower head blooms. The centre of each flower has a dome-shaped yellow disc. The leaves are finely feathery. The plant gives off no scent, as is suggested by its vernacular name. Similar to Scented Mayweed, which does give off scent, and finishes flowering before the onset of autumn.
It flowers June to October, and is found on disturbed land, arable land, wasteland, roadside verges, and in other similar habitats. A common and widespread species.
Scentless Mayweed (Tripleurospermum inodorum), local field, Staffordshire, England. October 2011.