Chamomile, Dyer’s (Anthemis tinctoria) seeds, organic

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Family:  Aster (Asteracea)

Hardy to Zones 4 to 8

(Dyer’s Chamomile)  Low-lying evergreen mounding perennial flowering to 2 feet, native to Europe.  Large, lemon-yellow daisies used for tea or to dye wool.  Plants prefer full sun and regular garden soiil–will even naturalize in waste places.  Short-lived seed.  Sow directly in fall, midwinter, or very early spring in weed-free garden bed. Press into surface and keep moist until germ.  Light dependent germinator.

Packet contains 100 seeds
1 g contains ~1,500 seeds

Certified Organically Grown

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  1. Question

    Lydia

    Hello, is this plant eaten by deer or rabbits? I assume not… thank you!

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      Richo Cech

      you are right, not.

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    • Lauren Kemple

      I planted these seeds and the petals are white instead of yellow as they are pictured. They look just like ox eye daisy flowers but but foliage looks the same as the photos. Do you know if they’ll still provide color if I use them for dye? Thanks!

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hi Lauren, I had to walk out to our large patch of dyer’s chamomile to make sure. The petals are all golden yellow. They are somewhat ephemeral–the disc flower is large and bulbous and very yellow, and the petals tend to fold up under it–in the morning dew these all looked like they had no ray flowers at all. If you planted seed from us, then the seed came from this patch, and the petals should be golden yellow. If they are not, it may be a soil issue. Otherwise, I don’t get it. Richo

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