Cheerful yellow orange faces of Marguerite Daisies grace ferny grey-green foliage to form a bushy mound. Blooms well throughout the summer making it a valuable member for your garden. A good attraction for birds, bees, and butterflies.
Anthemis are free flowering to provide an abundance of daises all summer and fall. The foliage is elegantly cut. Avoid heavier soils for these pest-free plants. Self-sown seedlings are a good source of new plants. Relatively drought tolerant, and adapts well to poor soils. Removing faded flowers regularly will greatly increase blooming time.
Can be pinched before flowering (mid May) to encourage bushiness. Must have a well drained soil. Best to cut off spent flowers to encourage fall vegetative growth for vigor and to prevent seeding. Can divide every 2 or 3 years in Spring.