The enjalme (Seseli tortuosum) is a botanical species of the Umbelliferae family.
Perennial, branched, open and compact, rigid and tangled, its many stems continually change direction and intercross, hairless and bluish-green, up to 60 cm high. In each floriferous stem there are 10 or more umbels with 10 or less open rays, bearing other smaller umbels, umbels, with many white flowers, 5 stamens and two open and persistent styles, 5 white petals with notches, open at the beginning and reflected on the 2 stylopods, two small spheres stuck in the center of the flower.
This plant might be poisonous
How to get rid of:
Plant-killing chemicals, or herbicides, are one of the best weapons against brushy weeds, because they can kill leaves, stems and roots when applied properly. They're especially helpful when you're faced with a large weedy area. In many cases, you'll achieve best success when you combine herbicides with other weed control methods.
Timing is key when applying herbicides; follow label instructions carefully. Most brush killer herbicides also kill desirable plants, so protect existing vegetation when spraying.