Afternoon folks! I'd like to know if people think this is a corn marigold (Glebionis segetum). The leaves and flowers appear to fit the description.
I've had them in the garden before but this is is a far more substantial plant than previously. It's very tall, over 1.5M, and has a substantial woody main stem as you will see in the photo's.
From the leaves I suspect it may be Glebionis coronaria and not segetum. G. coronaria grows very tall.
Sorry about the delayed reply Ladybird. I think you're right. After you mentioned coronaria I found this handy identification link:
You're very welcome