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propagating perennials: Tanacetum niveum-Snow Daisy
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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Tanacetum niveum-Snow Daisy

Propagating the relatively unknown Tanacetum or Snow Daisy is accomplished in the spring by digging up the plant and separating the crown into good rooted transplants or allow the plant to self seed since it is a short lived but profusely blooming perennial which will flower from June until frost. It’s petals are white with a yellow center similar to mums/daisies and reaches a height of 12"-18", it also attracts butterflies, is deer resistant, deciduous, does not like wet feet and once established is drought resistant.

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