The Small crumbweed (Chenopodium pumilio) belongs to the Chenopodiaceae (the Goosefoot family). It is an annual herb that is native to Australia. This herb grows in barrens and fields and can reach 30-45 cm in height. The stems are much branched at the bases and covered with short and glandular hairs. The leaves are elliptic to ovate, alternate, and sinuate to entire. The flowers are small, pale yellowish-green, bisexual or female and bloom in the axillary clusters from July to October.