Tanacetum haradjanii



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Tanacetum haradjanii


Grey finely divided silvery white leaves will brighten any sunny garden and look especially good with stonework. Dense mat forming base shoots up short stems with dancing yellow button-like daisy flowers in summer. Likes full sun or part shade in well-drained soil. Once establish has very low water need. Very hardy and easy to grow. The flowers are short lived and somewhat charming, but can also be sheared off to retain just the silver foliage look if so desired and a good haircut of the foliage in early spring keeps the plant neater looking. Height 20cm.

This plant from Turkey was first described by the Austrian botanist Karl Heinz Rechinger (1906-1998) honoring perhaps Manoog Haradjan but was later reclassified in 1975 as Tanacetum haradjanii by the Scottish botanist Andrew John Charles Grierson (1929-1990)

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