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Anthemis ‘Susanna Mitchell’   

Remarkably vigorous plant from England. Prolific, daisy-shaped, creamy white flowers, with primrose yellow centers, bloom from late spring until late summer when cut back. Low-mounding, fern-like gray-green foliage. Grows 15-24”. 

    Common Name:Golden Marguerite
    Hardiness Zones:3-8
    Deer Resistant:No
Growing Tips: Plant in well drained soil.

About Anthemis: The delightful daisy-like flowers that are found on shorter marguerite forms are useful in rock and alpine gardens, in the front of the border, as a groundcover or in stonewalls or crevices. The taller forms work well in the garden and are great cut flowers. Classified as an herb, some are quite aromatic and one member of this family, Chamomile, is used in tea.