Anthemis Tinctoria will light up your garden throughout summer with it's drifts of yellow daisy-like flowers.
The flowers, loved by bees and butterflies, sit atop mounds of aromatic lacy foliage, suggestive of chamomile.
Create your own nectar garden
Anthemis Tinctoria is a low-maintenance, vigorous semi-evergreen perennial.
Also known as "Sauce Hollandaise", "Golden Chamomile", "Dyer's Chamomile" and "Golden Marguerite".
Can be useful in dry parts of the garden as Anthemis Tinctoria becomes drought-tolerant.Mixes beautifully with other perennials in mixed borders and cottage gardens and also with ornamental grasses. Makes a beautiful cut flower.
Soil: Well drained. Can become drought tolerant.
Flowering period: June to August.
Height: 0.5 - 1 metre.
Width: 0.5 - 1 metre.
Cut back faded stems after flowering.
Once flowering has ceased in autumn, cut plant back to the ground. Fresh new growth will then appear in spring.
Plants are of 9 cms – 1 litre pot size, but to reduce use of plastic we reuse our pots and supply plants wrapped in newspaper. We mix and use our own compost.