Anthemis Anthemis is a genus with around 100 aromatic herbaceous species in the Asteraceae family. The plants have lacy foliage with daisy-like flowers. They are known by the common names of Chamomile, Dog-fennel or Mayweed. They are native from the Mediterranean region and southwest Asia as far east as Iran. A number of species have also become naturalized in other parts of the world. They are drought tolerant plants that flower best in nitrogen poor soil, rich soil produce a lot of floppy foliage and fewer blooms. They are easy to grow from seed, and the seeds are large enough to handle without much difficulty. Germination rates are high and seedling growth is fast, they can be sown on bare ground in spring to late summer with good success as long as the soil does not become very dry during germination and early seedling growth.
|ANT7-A2||Anthemis tinctoria 'Alba'||$2.45|
|ATK8-A8||Anthemis tinctoria 'Kelwayi'||$2.35|