Skip to main contentSkip to footer

Corn marigold

Chrysanthemum segetum


Common in spring cereals and potatoes. Likes damp climates, acid or lime free soils.

1. The cotyledons are rounded, hairless and fleshy, oval in shape without stalks.

2. True leaves are long, narrow, lobed and fleshy. Leaves are glossy and blue/green in colour with a waxy appearance.

3. An annual of upright growth with large bright yellow daisy-like flowers. © Alamy Ltd (Photo)

Broad-leaf weeds Knowledge Hub

For practical tips and advice about all aspects of Broad-leaf weeds, look no further.

More about Broad-leaf weeds