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Marguerite Daisy Seeds - Orange

Marguerite Daisy Orange (Anthemis Sancti-Johannis) - These daisy-like flowers are among the best choices for long-lived color in the sunny border. Start Marguerite Daisy seed for a wonderful display of color and plants that feature ferny, mounding foliage and a profusion of bright orange daisies. This lovely perennial is also known as St. John Chamomile.

Marguerite Daisy Seeds - Yellow

Marguerite Daisy Yellow (Anthemis Tinctoria Kelwayi) - Grow these free-flowering, lovely perennials from Marguerite Daisy seeds. Known as Golden Marguerite Daisy or Dyer's Chamomile, this perennial provides an abundance of yellow daises all summer and fall. The Golden Marguerite daisy makes a great cut flower for bouquets, and it dries well for dried arrangements and wreaths.

Planting Anthemis Seed
Sow Anthemis seeds in spring after danger of frost in a weed-free prepared seedbed or seed indoors, 6 - 8 weeks before last frost is expected. Sow the herb seeds on the surface of the soil and lightly cover with peat moss. Keep the seeds moist until germination occurs.