Go Back Marguerite Daisy Golden

Anthemis kelwayi 'Sauce Hollandaise'

Plant Type: Perennials

The hardy Marguerite Daisies are among the best choices for summer-long color in the sunny border. Plants form a bushy mound of ferny green foliage, bearing loads of small bright-yellow daisies from early summer on. Useful in containers, as well as in the garden. Relatively drought tolerant, and adapts well to poor soils.

 


Growing & Maintenance Tips:

If deadheaded, it will bloom all summer long; divide every 3-4 years; self seeds.  Removing faded flowers regularly will greatly increase blooming time. If plants become floppy in mid-summer, shear them back to 6 to rejuvenate. A short-lived perennial, but will often self seed.

Flower Color

Yellow

Foliage Color

Green

Plant Spread

Good Companions

Plant Height

12-24 inches

Scape Height

Hardness Zone

3-7

Soil Moisture

Very tolerable, likes loam


Characteristics & Attributes

Attributes

Drought tolerant, Containers

Bloom Time

May to October

Critter Resistance

Exposure

Full sun

Growth Rate

Seasonal Interests