Anthemis tinctoria 'Sauce Hollandaise'
Alternative Names: Ox-eye chamomile.
Description: Clump-forming, free flowering perennial, leaves mid-green above and grey beneath. Branching stems of pale cream, almost white flowerheads. Flowers from May to September. Semi-Evergreen.
Characteristics: Height 0.8m. Spread 0.8m.
Position: Full sun. South/East/West
Soil Moisture: Well drained
Soil Type: Chalk/Loam/Sand
Soil PH: Acid/Alkaline/Neutral
Care Guide: Drought tolerant, Cut back hard after flowering to encourage a strong plant.
Uses: Beds and borders/City garden/Cottage garden/Drought tolerant/Banks and slopes/Wildlife Friendly
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