65% of 100

Perennial, to 4 feet. Fern-like, aromatic leaves, with a fragrance reminiscent of camphor and rosemary. Mature plants produce heads of attractive yellow button-like flowers, interesting when grown at the back of an herb border. Dried tansy has historically been used to repel insects like moths and ants; the plant also yields a traditional green dye. Not recommended for culinary use.

    • 12 hours of Sun
    • Sprouts in 21-28 Days
    • Ideal Temperature: 68 Degrees F
    • Seed Depth: Surface Sow
    • Plant Spacing: 12"
    • Frost Hardy: Yes
    • Tanacetum vulgare

Growing Tips: Place seeds in fridge for 1-2 weeks before planting. Surface-sow and thinly cover. Likes hot, dry conditions, good drainage. Self-sows readily--promptly remove spent blooms to limit spread.

Availability: In stock
Minimum Seed Count: 100
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