Hardy Native Annual, usually of dry grassland and arable land; with mass heads of small white flowers on tall, hairy stems above large, feathery foliage in June to August.
Height x Spread:
24 in (60 cm) x 18 in (45 cm)
Very attractive to Beetles and Flies; also a food plant of the Turnip Moth and Swallowtail butterfly caterpillars.
Was used in herbal medicine to ease digestion and as a diuretic.