Tanacetum coccinuem causcasus
Painted Daisy Seeds
Type: Frost hardy erect perennial
Bloom: Late Spring to early Summer
Flower: Bright pink double or single flowers with yellow centres
Height: 2-3′ tall x 18″ or more wide
Light: Full Sun
Soil: Any soil that is not wet & heavy. Prefers well drained dryish soil
Moisture: Do not over water
Use: Grown for it’s flowers. History of medicinal use. Back borders. Mass planting. Cut flower. Attracts butterflies
Tolerances: Hot & dry. Deer & rabbit resistant
Notes: Can spread readily if not kept under control
Tanacetum coccinuem Seed Propagation
Indoors: Sow thinly 4-6 weeks prior to last frost in your area. Cover seed lightly. Keep moist but not wet & maintain 60-70F soil temperature. Germination 8-12 days.
Bottom heat helpful
Outdoors: Sow direct in well drained soil in sunny position after chance of last frost in your area. Transplant in Spring, 16” apart, pinching back to encourage compact growth.