Anthemis tinctoria 'E.C. Buxton'

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Buy Anthemis tinctoria 'E.C. Buxton' golden marquerite: Wonderful in naturalised planting schemes

This perennial dies back to below ground level each year in autumn, then fresh new growth appears again in spring.

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: moderately fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: June to August
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    Pretty, lemon-yellow daisy-like flowers appear in a profuse display throughout the summer, above the finely cut, aromatic, mid-green leaves. This cheerful, long-flowering lemon-yellow marguerite will lift a sunny border and will flourish in poor, well-drained soils. It copes well with drought and the flowers are good for cutting.

  • Garden care: Support with brushwood or link stakes in late spring before the flowers appear. After flowering cut back the faded stems to the ground to encourage new growth from the base of the plant.

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Lovely long lasting summer plant gives good value


These flower for months but like a sunny spot and good drainage. I have three in a south facing chalky border. They are not completely hardy- each year one of the three dies, last summer from drought I think - so I need to replace. If you are handy at taking cuttings it's worth doing so to guarantee a supply.


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Anthemis tinctoria E.C. Buxton

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I would like to plant these at this Saturday as we are having a burial for a family member. If we plant them now will they flower again ok next season. I know it's not the best time for them to be planted. If I remove them from the pot and plant them directly into the ground, will this be ok for them for the future?


Hello, These are fully hardy, so they can be planted at any time of the year - provided the ground is not frozen or waterlogged. As for flowering, we can never guarantee this as it is largely determined by the growing conditions, however, given the right conditions, I would expect it to bloom this year, as well as in subsequent years.


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