Plant Family / Anthemis
Anthemis can be perennials or annuals, with finely divided, fern-like, aromatic leaves, especially when bruised, and long-lasting, showy white or yellow daisies. Fine garden plants, they flower so profusely for so long that they are only short-lived as hardy plants. Cut them back in early fall and they will have a greater chance of surviving the winter. Easy to grow, Anthemis need plenty of sun and good drainage. They look good in the border and make excellent fresh cut flowers that can be enjoyed at home.
A prolific plant for a sunny border, Anthemis tinctoria 'E.C.Buxton' is a vigorous perennial that will light up your garden throughout summer and sometimes into fall with its abundant blooms of pale, yellow, single daisy-like flowers atop a fragrant lacy foliage
Anthemis tinctoria 'Sauce Hollandaise' creates knee-high mounds of finely divided, aromatic foliage, with masses of pale yellow daisy-like flowers with a mission to flower profusely throughout summer and sometimes into fall.