chamomile is a bushy annual plant. It grows from ½ to 2 feet
tall and has showy, white flowers that appear from May to October. It
is very similar in appearance to the strong scented species, but can
be distinguished by its lack of odor. Scentless chamomile was imported
from Europe as an ornamental, but has escaped and now invades natural
areas worldwide. Aspen, Breckenridge, and Vail have become victims to
this silent invader. Populations have been discovered along the South
Platte River in Adams County.