Scientific name: Chamaemelum nobile
Nature Stars: Not applicable
About: Often noticed by its distinctive fragrance when crushed underfoot. Flowers in June and July and often found along coastal cliffs, in grazed grassland and commons.
How to identify: Look for a daisy-like, disc shaped flower head with white petals. Leaves are small, bunched and pointy.
Where: Found in southern areas of Britain and Ireland
Fantastic fact: Chamomile tea has been traditionally used as a medicine to treat colds.
Photograph credit: ukwildflowers.com