Senecio leucanthemifolius is a plant common in sea-side in Mediterranean area.
Senecio leucanthemifolius is an annual stem therophyte that is found in the subspecies subsp. leucanthemifolius reaches heights of growth of 5 to 30 centimeters.
The in the subspecies subsp. leucanthemifolius mostly fleshy leaves are spatulate or elliptical and undivided to weakly lobed. The upper leaves can sometimes just be lobed. The sections are forward-facing, oblong or triangular in shape. There are 4 to 20 outer bracts. Invasive in British Columbia, Canada.
This plant might be poisonous
How to get rid of:
Digging by hand is the first and best line of defence for most weeds. When combined with the other methods in this list, it’s usually a surefire way to keep weeds at bay or eradicate them entirely from an area. The key when removing weeds by hand is to get all the plant’s roots, particularly if you’re dealing with tenacious rhizomes or taproots.