Anthemis tinctoria 'E,C, Buxton'
Alternative Names: dyer's chamomile 'E,C, Buxton'
Description: A clump forming perennial bearing mid-green divided toothed leaves. 'E,C, Buxton produces unusual lemon yellow daisy-like flowers in succession from June though to September. Great for picking.
Characteristics: Ultimate height of 0.6 m and ultimate width of 0.6 m.
Position: Full sun. South/East/West
Soil Moisture: Free draining
Soil Type: Loam/Chalk/Sand (does well on poor stony soils)
Soil PH: Acid/Neutral/Alkaline
Care Guide: Benefits from being cut back hard after flowering.
Uses: Low maintenance/Cottage/Informal/Flower arranging/Beds and borders/ Rock
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