Golden Marguerite

  •  Golden Marguerite
  •  Golden Marguerite

Dyer’s Chamomile or Golden Marguerite a perennial that usually dies in the late summer of its second year. A sprawling daisy-type plant, growing from one to two feet high. The leaves are feathery and often look blue-green. Originates from Europe. The fragrant flowers last a long time (two to three weeks) and are not bleached by direct sunlight. Incidentally this is a good way of assessing just how light fast the dye from flowers can be

Open pollinated and grown organically in the Huon

100 seeds

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