Fern-like foliage covered with downy fuzz, little daisy-like flowers bloom late spring through late summer.
Blooms are a pleasant, fresh apple scent. A lovely addition to any landscape situation.
This is an annual but will reseed if some flower heads are allowed to remain.
Germans describe this herb as "capable of anything"- In folk medicine, known as the "child-bed flower" or "the children's plant" because of its many pediatric uses.
If you are using for teas, carefully harvest flowers for drying when the petals begin to turn back on the disk. Adapts to moist soil types, prefers light sandy soil. Let soil dry between watering.