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Anthemis contains under 200 species of aromatic flowering plants native to the Mediterranean and Asia. These clump-forming perennials are grown for their daisy-like flowers and fern-like foliage and have become naturalised across the world, particularly in the UK.
Common problems with Mayweed
How to propagate Mayweed
Propagate by division in spring or, for some species, by basal cuttings in late summer, autumn or spring.
Other uses of Mayweed
Grown for their daisy-like flower heads and fern-like foliage. Suitable for coastal conditions.